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01/07/2020 You used to carry Swedish goggles where the nose piece was a cotton (?) string. Is that not an option any more? If not, please bring back! Edit
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We currently do not have any goggles with cotton nose piece. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 01/10/2020
01/20/2019 Is the interchangeable nose another piece of latex, or is it string with a connecting rubber like the "Swedes Swedish Goggle" pair? Edit
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It's another piece of latex.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 01/21/2019
07/26/2018 Does the nose peice 'plug' the nose for young swimmers who tend to get water up nose? Edit
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The nose piece will not plug the nose. You will need to buy Nose Plugs separately. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 07/26/2018
06/25/2018 Is there any way to replace the nose piece? Edit
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The nose piece is interchangeable, however we do not sell replacements. We do apologize! 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 06/28/2018
03/28/2018 The nose piece keeps slipping so the goggles come apart. How do I use the replacement piece to keep them together? Edit
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The original nose piece is slippery at first use due to the powder on it. After a few use or exposure to chlorine water it should work fine. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 03/28/2018
01/01/2018 Does the goggles come with one bungee cord and an extra cord? Or does it come with a Latex strap with a bungee cord? Edit
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This comes with 1 latex strap and 1 bungee cord.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 01/03/2018
08/02/2017 The string used to secure the goggles together at the nose is synthetic, not cotton, which makes it very slippery. This means even if you double/triple knot it, it will eventually slip in the water while you swim -- causing the goggles to grow apart while you're in the pool! Edit
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We provide both a latex strap as well as a black bungee strap with toggle that comes with these goggles. One or the other should work, depending on personal preference. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 08/02/2017
09/06/2016 Are these goggles suitable for children as well as adults? Anyone use them for kids ages 4-6? Thanks in advance for your response. Edit
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Yes, they are the probably the most comfortable style for children to wear. A Swedish goggle is one that has no gasket and instead fits only around the eyes. They are also very flexible, easily adjustable, and better designed for smaller faces.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 09/06/2016
08/23/2016 Are these goggles suitable for competitive swimming/diving from the side of the pool? Edit
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These goggles are suitable for competitive swimming and good for diving from the side of the pool.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 08/24/2016
07/31/2016 Why don't you show Latex strap when I order the googles? All you show is the bungee strap which I don't want? Edit
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Our Sporti Swedish goggle + bungee strap only comes with a bungee strap, so the picture shows as such.  You can find our Swedish Goggle with latex strap here

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 07/31/2016
07/28/2016 Opppss, not plastic, I met are the eye gaskets rubber or silicone? (not plastic) Edit
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Hi Kristi, the gasket actually is plastic. It is the same plastic the goggle itself is made of. There is no cushion between your face and the plastic goggle. That is the way it is designed for better suction. The Swedish Goggles are fully adjustable with bungee strap and nose bridge strap to fit all size faces.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 07/06/2016