Shop All Face
Shop All New
Shop All Women's
Shop All Men's
Shop All Kids
Shop Swim Bundles
Shop All Gear
Shop All Facility
Shop Yoga for Swimmers
Shop All Dryland & Yoga
Shop All Sale
Shop Final Few
Page Showing 201-213 of 213 Results
What happend to the old sweds?
I like the bungee strap but are these supposed to be the original sweds? They seem a lot more like a knock off of some sort. still okay goggles but definitely not the same.
des moines, IA
Your comment has been posted.
I have not worn any goggles in I don't know how many years, but I love these. I just took up swimming as my exercise and love the quality of these. You have the option to stay with the typical white rubber band or you can switch it out with the included bungee band. I switched it to the bungee band and like that much better for adjusting. I also like how I can see my peripheral vision better than most other goggles.
Los Angeles, CA
Not for the casual swimmer
Unless your face just happens to fit these goggles perfectly, be prepared to spend quite a bit of time adjusting them. I thought the bungee strap would be a great benefit, but I didn't find it to be any better than the regular latex strap. I would wear these for competition, but not for regular lap swimming.
one tiny problem
i love the swedish goggles..but all of mine keep tearing the nose piece keeps ripping. and if i use the rope to tie it i always tie it too far apart..but besides that tiny problem i overall love them. they do take a bit of getting used to though
staten island, NY
Love the bungee. Easy to adjust and use.
Swedish are the BEST!
I love these. I tend to use the rubber straps, not the bungee ones, but I can see that the bungee strap might last longer when submerged in chlorine. I appreciate getting both types! Also, the price CANNOT be beat! Thanks!
Sporti Antifog Swedish Goggles
Work fine. Cheap and easy. There is some type of slippery film or coating on the inside of the goggle - it seems so help with fogging. I really like these for $3. Why spend anymore than that?
Like swedish googles, but with a bungee!!! and they come metalicized! if u wnt them...the metalisized ones just sold out... i had a pair but cuz there so cheap i bought three!!
The goggles are cheaper than the clubswim ones, but of similar quality.
The bungee strap is hard to manipulate, but I used it to make a great new strap for a dead pair of goggles.
One of my co-workers loved them, but I couldn't get them not to leak.
Overall, I won't be switching or recommending these to people
I swim 5 hours a week and cant stand the fog... No fog on these! follow the instructions and don't wash the inside, weeks later and still crystal clear, comfortable, 360 degree view (well almost) and lots of ways to wear them. string, bungee, or standard rubber, all included.
Swedish goggles are the best. No leaking, low profile, very dependable. The only weakness before now was the strap. Now with the bungee, they're great! They do take some getting used to and are not the most comfortable thing that you'll ever strap on your face, but they work for me.
I use this every weekday for a 40 min swim. I like the adjustable nose thing. The straps are much less of a hassle in comparison to the usual looping clip adjustments.
Though the lack of a rubber gasket isn't uncomfortable, the rim of the goggles is very close to the eye and is kinda hard to get used to at first.
West Lafayette , IN
Don't know why I didn't start wearing these a long time ago
I have been wearing expensive goggles with rubber seals and have had problems with leaks, etc. I bought these as an afterthought when I bought a new workout suit, and I really like them. They are not uncomfortable to wear, even though they look like they might be. I was afraid I would have really bad goggle marks after a workout, ant it is the same/better than with other goggles for me. I don't have any more problems with leaks than I do with my other goggles, either. I haven't worn these off the blocks yet, but don't foresee problems.
On Your First Purchase!