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12/22/2020 Are this mirrored? Edit
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They are not mirrored.  If you are looking for the mirrored version you will want these - TYR Socket Rockets 2.0 Mirrored Performance Goggle

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 12/22/2020
01/05/2019 Do these come with a nose piece other than the rubber nose bridge seen in the photo? Edit
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It comes the way the model shows.  

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 01/08/2019
02/02/2018 do they block the sun Edit
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Yes, these offer UV protection.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 02/14/2018
10/16/2016 how can you adjust them to your size? Edit
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This goggle has a flexible rubber adjustable nose bridge as seen on the photo. It needs to be threaded thru the nose bridge hole without tying a knot and will stay firmly secure. The head strap you adjust using the small plastic bracket.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 10/18/2016
05/25/2016 Is there silicone IN the thermoplastic rubber? Edit
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I don't see silicone included in this item, but it is also not guarenteed to be silicone-free and is likely manufacturer in the same facility as silicone.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 07/26/2016
09/28/2015 Is there cushioning around the eyes? Edit
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Yes, there is cushioning with this google.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 10/02/2015
08/26/2015 what is TPR? Edit
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TPR stands for Thermoplastic Rubber.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 02/02/2016