Buying the correct Goggles

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Whether your swimming in a gala, entering a triathlon etc.. you need to make sure you have the correct goggles for that sport.
Some swimmers like their goggles to have a mirrored lens rather than a tinted lens. Open Water Swimmers and Triathletes tend to wear goggles with UV Ultra Violet Protection and Anti Fog for easy spotting.
Some swimmers like to wear competition goggles when competing, so the choice is endless!
It is important to get the best fitting goggle that you can.
All goggles need to have good seal around the eyes that feels cushioned and soft to the skin.
The bridge that covers the nose should sit across the nose, it should not be tight or dig in.
The goggle strap needs to be adjustable, it should sit comfortably around the back of the head, but not too tight so the eyes don't get sore.
I have had good feedback that swimmers like using goggles that are Anti Fog. They say they can swim for longer and it makes swimming much easier. Especially if swimming for a club  and you are training several times a week.
You will need to spend some time to adjust to your new goggles, making sure the strap is right.  It will take a little while to get use to them but once you have got use to them you will be swimming with confidence.

I hope this little guide as be helpful.

Happy Swimming!
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