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11/29/2019 Can't figure out how to delete this. Edit
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Simply go back to your cart and click "Remove" to delete the item.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 12/01/2019
11/12/2018 are these goggles -.75? thanks! Edit
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The optical version of this goggle can be found here. However, please note, that the strength starts at -1.5 and does not go as low as -.75

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 11/13/2018
08/21/2018 Is the hole, where the strap attaches, big enough to switch out with a bungee strap? Any pictures of the sides would be great!! Edit
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Yes, you can fit a bungee strap on these. If you click on the Silver Mirror Smoke Lens/Silver Frame color, you will see a side view picture.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 08/22/2018
09/10/2017 how do you adjust the nose piece...cannot unfasten exisiting..also it isn't big enough Edit
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To change your nose piece size or remove the original nose piece, you can cuff the lens with both hands and your thumbs on the nose piece. Applying pressure on the nose piece and pulling one lens towards you and the other away from you.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 09/14/2017
02/02/2017 I do water exercise class and some lap swimming. Which swim goggle is best so that I can wear my contacts in the pool? Edit
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It's advised that you don't wear contacts while swimming in the water due to the possibility of bacterial infection and eye irritation. It would be best to go with a prescription goggle. If you still want to go with contacts, you may have to try on a few different goggles to find that perfect goggle that will be comfortable as well as seal water out. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 02/02/2017
12/17/2016 Is this for kids only or can adults wear it too? Edit
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This goggle typically fits ages 12 years and older.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 12/19/2016
08/31/2016 Now that the S3 has come out will the S2 goggle be discontinued? Edit
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No, the s2 is still available and not discontinued.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 09/03/2016
08/05/2016 Is for girl 8 ages Edit
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Hello,

This goggle typically fits ages 12 years and older. We have a Sporti Anti-fog S2 Goggle Jr that I would recommend for a better fit. Our Jr goggles are usually for children under 12 years of age. Both this and the Jr S2 goggle have an adjustable strap and interchangeable nose pieces for a custom fit.

https://www.swimoutlet.com/p/sporti-antifog-s2-jr-goggle-26591/

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 07/05/2016
08/05/2016 I want goggles w foam rubber eye contact. The plastic sticks to my eyes and leaves a raccoon ring that kinda hurts. Edit
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Hi Michael,

Sorry to hear that.
The TYR Team Sprint Goggle has a foam gasket.
However, to aid in the rings formed around the eyes you may want to try a larger frame goggle, that fits on the outer eye to alleviate the pressure like the Speedo Adult Hybrid Swim Mask. I hope that helps!

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 03/10/2016