Goggles for Swimmers
Make Swimming Goggles Anti-Fog
Swimming goggles are an important part of your swimming gear. They protect your eyes from damage and help you see where you are going. But what if your swimming goggles fog up? You cannot see? How do you stop swimming goggle fogging? You could buy anti-fog swimming goggles that have a coating or are pre-treated with anti-fog, but those can be...
Anti-Fog Swimming Goggle Ideas - Ways to Make Your Swimming Goggles Anti-Fog
Goggles are practically as required as a swimsuit for lap swimming. But if your swimming goggles do not have built-in anti-fog, or your swimming goggles' anti-fog wears out, what do you to make your swimming goggles into anti-fog swimming goggles?
Sable RS922 Swim Goggles
The Sable Water Optics RS922 Swim Goggles have amazingly good optics, but I did not like the goggle's field of view. I felt like I was swimming in a tunnel. These goggles did not leak, were easy to adjust, and the view was crystal clear, but I could not get over being able to see the eyepiece frame in my peripheral field of view.
Tips on selecting goggles, from the swimming guide at About.com.
A different concept in goggle design, featuring clear, tinted, or mirrored lenses. I have used it in open water swims and triathlons - it's a great product. Also endorsed by several world class triathletes. It is comfortable, has a 180 degree field of vision, and won't leave you with raccoon eyes.
Barracuda (from Skyline Northwest)
Barracuda swim goggles come in positive pressure or suction seal models, and are designed to be functional and very comfortable.
Keep Track of Your Swim Goggles and Swim Cap
This new swim goggle and swimming cap invention for swimmers has something that others do not - connection. This may be an easier way for swimmers to keep track of - and not lose - swim goggles and swim caps.
Swim Goggles Protect Your Eyes
Swim goggles are not a mandatory accessory for a Triathlon the way your swim cap or your bike helmet are. But most people will want to use them anyways. Wearing goggles when you swim helps protect your eyes from the chemical make up of the water you're in and also from anything that might hit your eyes while you're swimming.
The styles of swimming goggles are always changing, and there are hundreds of brands and models around the world. Sized for children or adults, designed for oval or round eye sockets, tinted, clear, hypoallergenic, prescription, or anti-fog, swimming goggles make opening your eyes underwater much more comfortable. They also protect your eyes...