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Aqua Sphere Seal XPT Lady Clear Lens

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SKU: 169940
Product Code: 13063

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Feminine, yet functional, the Seal XPT Lady is an excellent fitting and comfortable goggle. The design contours the face and offers great visibility in the water.

• Anti-fog, scratch-resistant Plexisol lens
• Comfortable, leak-resistant seal
• 100% UVA/UVB protection
• Wrap-around, 100 degree visibility
• Quick and easy-adjust buckle system


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    By from
    on 2/22/2015

    I have a small face so a good fit is hard to come by.  I can no longer wear regular goggles because they hurt my eye sockets so much anymore (I''m a 50+ age group triathlete).  I swim at least 3x a week as a triathlete and prefer the comfort of this mask.  No leaking and as long as I spray defogger in the mask at  they last forever without fogging.
    I use these for racing in open water and they give me an amazing field of vision and are comfortable for swims even up to 2.4 miles.  I highly recommend this swim mask.

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    By from
    on 11/3/2013

    I do like that these fit different as I ready for a change.  Don't like the comments they bring on about why I am wearing a snorkel mask(aren't).
    The good:  fit pretty well on my smallish, boney oval face.  love the wide view.  Also, not painful like everything else I have tried.  The bad:  despite great suction fit, they leak little by little, especially on flip turns and butterfly.   And instead of individual rings I get one big massive ring for about 3 hours after wearing them and my face is really puffed up outside of that ring and white inside--but they aren't painful to wear this tight...
    I should return them but these are the best fit of many pairs other than speedo hydrospec jr. that wear out too fast in just three months. No pain is biggest bonus so keeping and hoping they will mold a little to my face.

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    By from
    on 10/16/2013

    I have been lap swimming 3 times weekly for about 7 years and this is my third aqua sphere mask.  I am very nearsighted and swim with my contact lenses. I realize this is risky business, but I have never had a problem.  I also like not having "owl eyes".  I especially like the range of vision--180 degrees.

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    By from
    on 5/29/2013

    I bought the regular Aqua Sphere goggles first, which are great! Very comfortable for my 2+hour workouts and postal swims.  I decided to try the Lady version assuming it would have a lower profile.  The lenses are actually bigger on the Lady version.  And instead of the super comfortable soft plastic gasket that the regular version has, there is a stiffer harder plastic flange.  Probably great for some people, but I"ll stick to my regular Aqua Sphere goggles.

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    By from
    on 3/22/2015

    The flange hits my face at an almost perpendicular angle. I'm hopeful this will soften and mold to my face.  I was disappointed by a small amount of leaking on the third day of wearing them.

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    By from
    on 3/9/2015

    After years of trying to find goggles that didn't leak on my small face, these, once adjusted properly gave me my first 500 meter swim without having to stop and wipe my eyes. Now I can concentrate on what I'm trying to do without the frustration of leaking goggles. Great field of view as well.

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    on 2/20/2015

    I'm blind without my contact lenses, and initially bought a pair of prescription goggles for lap swimming. They worked fine, but left marks around my eyes that lasted for days. I found very good reviews for the Seal XPT Lady, so I tried them out. So glad I did. The Seal XPT Lady goggles work perfectly. Nice seal with no leaks, so I can wear my contacts in the pool. And even better: no marks on my face when I leave the gym. As a bonus, the side tabs make it really easy to adjust the strap.

    I'm not a competitive swimmer--not even a very good one, so I can't speak to how these work for serious swimmers. But I love them.

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    By from
    on 8/19/2014

    Bought the mask with the hope of eliminating raccoon eyes and it works. They aren't huge and they don't leak. I've tried swedish goggles and others that claim they won't cause raccoon eyes. None of them worked.

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    on 7/9/2014

    Great goggles! Leave very little mark, even after long ocean swims. I have a wide face, but the women's goggles still fit well with aThis is my second pair, as the first was lost body-surfing.

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    on 6/29/2014

    Had the same mask for about 4-5 years. I started wearing this style because traditional swim goggles make my eyes all puffy. These leave a bit of a mark on my cheekbones and the top of my forehead, but it doesn't look like I have puffy beat up eyes. After about 4-5 years, the old mask began leaking and was all yellowed from chlorine. I wore the new ones today for the first time - very clear visibility, kept the water out and was easy on my eyes.


Aqua Sphere

Aqua Sphere™ was established in the mid-1990s and has improved the world of eye protection for swimmers. With passion and experience Aqua Sphere created the Seal, the first swim mask featuring 180° vision, and the Kaiman, the first panoramic goggle. All items are made exclusively at their facility in Genoa, Italy. They pride themselves on being a manufacturer, not just a design company using outside suppliers - thus allowing them to internally create true innovations and monitor all processes. Aqua Sphere's design philosophy is to introduce new solutions for the experienced swimmer to be comfortable in the water.