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Swedes Swedish Metallized Goggles

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  • The Swedes Swedish Metallized Goggle is the for competitive swimmers, since many will only wear Swedish goggles. Unlike any other goggle these have no gasketing--the goggle fits snugly into eye socket.

    Features

    • Small, sleek high-speed goggles with polished lens.
    • Metallized finish to reduce glare.

    Assembly Instructions

          1. Thread nose string through the first lens using the small hole located at the side of the lens
          2. Slide the blue nose cover over both ends of the nose string
          3. Thread one end of the nose string through the remaining lens and tie with a knot
          4. By sliding the string, you should be able to hide the knot inside the blue nose cover
          5. To attach the rubber strap, push each end of the rubber strap through the opening on the edge of the lens
          6. Pull equal lengths through the lens hole, so that you can tie the strap in a knot
          7. The rubber strap now acts as a double headband
          8. If you find you need to tighten further you can untie the shorten up the length
          9. Once you reach a comfortable length you can cut off any extra of the rubber strap
          10. Some swimmers use a small section of the rubber strap in place of the nose string and blue nose cover
          11. Using about 1½ inches of the rubber strap thread the ends through the string holes
          12. The rubber strap will stay secure without having to tie a knot


    For more information on how to assemble Swedes, read How To Assemble Swedes.

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  • 4.5 star rating (62 Reviews)

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  • 5/25/2011 besdt out there

    rating star By ml

    Used to race all the time, always used these. The metallic are best for outside swimming but works everywhere. Some people may find them hard around the eyes at first but once you are used to them these will be the only thing u want!

    ml
    Omaha, NE

  • 1/8/2015 Love my Swedes

    rating star By AllThat&ABagofChips

    I swim competitively at the college level and needed these because other goggles with rubber seals were breaking me out. These work great. They're a little hard to get used to, though.

    AllThat&ABagofChips
    Charlotte, NC

  • 12/29/2014 Excellent

    rating star By Jason

    Look Sexy

    Jason
    Boca Ratton, FL

  • 8/5/2014 Great, but really dark

    rating star By Michael

    Classic fit of Swedes, but the mirrored lenses are actually quite dark, even compared to other mirrored goggles. Now, I've been using mirrored silver Vanquishers indoors and they were somewhat dark, but since I've been wearing them for years so I don't really think much of it. These Swedes are a whole new level of darkness. It's actually a smoke lens (which gives everything a sort of brownish-maroon tint) which are very dark in there own right, with an additional layer of mirrored coating on top of that. Don't expect to use them indoors, even if you're used to fairly dark mirrored goggles. If you're using them for outdoor pratices, they're great and provide some much needed sunlight blocking abilities, especially for backstroke. Other than that, the straps that are included are quite short. I don't have a big head by any means, and the strap included with the regular Swedes fit me fine, but I had to end up using a bungee for these.

    Michael
    Charlotte, NC

  • 7/2/2014 Strap is a bit short.

    rating star By Marathonmedic

    I've worn Swedish goggles for a while have always noticed that the straps are plenty long to provide extra material for an elastic nose strap for those of us that don't like the string nosepiece. These were different. I cut off a small amount (3" or 8 cm) to use as a nosepiece and found out that I had barely enough left to fit around my head.  If it weren't off me cutting a big off, there would be plenty of strap left.

    Marathonmedic
    Ohio

  • 1/2/2014 Amazing Goggles

    rating star By A Random Swimmer

    I bought a pair of these, say about six years back. I just replaced them because the nose piece snapped. Six years. Six YEARS! I used these goggles for everything. Nine practices a week, and when on vacation, open water swimming. I did replace the straps with bungees, and I think it's a great substitution. Now, when something lasts me six years, it'll probably last another twenty. The thing is, I never dry mine off, I throw them everyday to see how close to the edge of the pool I can get them, (I'm very good :),) and so on and so fourth. So, long story shorter, get these goggles, you won't regret it.

    A Random Swimmer
    Orlando, Fl

  • 11/24/2012 The sides are smoked... bright light comes in the sides!

    rating star By JT

    They fit fine... However, the sides of these lens are smoked not mirrored which allow in bright light / daylight at a much greater level the completely mirrored Sporti - Mirrored googles.  

    Stick with the Sporti googles just a good less than half the cost.

    JT
    Tustin, CA

  • 7/30/2012 As advertised

    rating star By Archie Spana

    As advertised.... swedes with the "metallized" look.  Reduces glare outside, and gives you that "competition look".  One minor issue I had.... the holes for the nose piece seem smaller than normal swedes.  I could not get a piece of the strap to thread through it without ripping and had to resort to the string and tube.

    Archie Spana
    Roscoe, IL

  • 6/20/2012 love these swedish goggles

    rating star By Mary

    i can't wear any other type except for these...i especially am thankful for such great mirroring b/c i can swim backstroke on a sunny day and not be squinting.

    Mary
    Washington DC

  • 4/18/2012 LOVE

    rating star By Marissa

    great goggles!!!

    Marissa
    TX

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ABOUT THIS BRAND

Swedes

Swedish goggles are a necessity for many swimmers- they continue to be swimoutlet.com's best-selling product to date. Self-assembly is not a deterrent due to the level of fit that can be achieved only by personal assessment and adjustment. The gasket-less design is ideal for some swimmers for conforming to faces and curbing water leakage. Since 1974, manufacturer Malmsten has been a supplier of pool equipment, water toys, swimming gear, and of course, the famous Swedish goggles—available in a variety of colors and metallized finishes.

Swedes Swedish Metallized Goggles

The Swedes Swedish Metallized Goggle is the for competitive swimmers, since many will only wear Swedish goggles. Unlike any other goggle these have no gasketing--the goggle fits snugly into eye socket.

Features

  • Small, sleek high-speed goggles with polished lens.
  • Metallized finish to reduce glare.

Assembly Instructions

      1. Thread nose string through the first lens using the small hole located at the side of the lens
      2. Slide the blue nose cover over both ends of the nose string
      3. Thread one end of the nose string through the remaining lens and tie with a knot
      4. By sliding the string, you should be able to hide the knot inside the blue nose cover
      5. To attach the rubber strap, push each end of the rubber strap through the opening on the edge of the lens
      6. Pull equal lengths through the lens hole, so that you can tie the strap in a knot
      7. The rubber strap now acts as a double headband
      8. If you find you need to tighten further you can untie the shorten up the length
      9. Once you reach a comfortable length you can cut off any extra of the rubber strap
      10. Some swimmers use a small section of the rubber strap in place of the nose string and blue nose cover
      11. Using about 1½ inches of the rubber strap thread the ends through the string holes
      12. The rubber strap will stay secure without having to tie a knot


For more information on how to assemble Swedes, read How To Assemble Swedes.

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