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Aqua Sphere Vista Swim Mask (For Women)

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Information about Aqua Sphere Vista Swim Mask (For Women)
Closeouts. With large, anti-fog lenses and a latex-free, hypoallergenic face gasket for a water-tight seal, Aqua Sphere's Vista swim mask is ideal for swimmers seeking more coverage than traditional "Swedish" swim goggles.
  • Large, fog-resistant lenses provide enhanced range of vision
  • Soft eye gasket creates a water-tight seal
  • Hypoallergenic, latex-free silicone gasket and strap
  • Quick-Fit® one-touch buckles for easy strap adjustments
  • 100% UV protection
  • Includes storage case
  • Made in Italy
Specs about Aqua Sphere Vista Swim Mask (For Women)
  • Material: Hypoallergenic silicone (Latex free) with polycarbonate lens (UV protection)
  • Weight: 2.4 oz.
  • Made in Italy

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by BlackMountainDreamer from San Francisco on Tuesday, July 1, 2014
I stopped swimming two years ago because I was getting massive swelling and discoloration under my eyes after wearing regular goggles. I tried several different types but finally gave up as I read that once you get into your mid-late forties the delicate tissue around the eyes can easily be injured.... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by BlackMountainDreamer from San Francisco on Tuesday, July 1, 2014
    I stopped swimming two years ago because I was getting massive swelling and discoloration under my eyes after wearing regular goggles. I tried several different types but finally gave up as I read that once you get into your mid-late forties the delicate tissue around the eyes can easily be injured. I didn't want to look 10-15 years older than I am and the effect lasted for many WEEKS following my last swim. It was pretty scary. Then I found these on Amazon and read really good reviews. My first trial swim I swam about half the time I usually do (25 minutes) and I was thrilled to see just a single line across my forehead and over the bridge of my nose, which faded away very quickly. No negative impact on my eyes whatsoever! They do leak. I am still working on adjustments in the hope that I won't have to fiddle so much with them during a swim but, in either case, I would rather have a little water seep in then risk injuring my eyes. I bought a second pair. The mental and physical benefits of swimming are so great I was really sad when I had to quit - now I have my favorite way to work out and meditate back.

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