Closeouts. The U.S. Divers swim mask two-pack is perfect when you need a spare for a friend. The low profile, wrap-around design creates less drag, has greater hydrodynamics and is ideal for fitness swimming or swim training.
Reviewed by BostonTerrier from S.E Massachusetts on Tuesday, July 17, 2012
I am very familar with the brand having been a scuba diver in my younger days. So being able to get a double pack of a quality brand for the price of a single set of goggles was a real plus. Was skeptical about the anti-fogging claim , but so far it has proved to be true
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Reviewed by PaulS from Vancouver, Canada on Wednesday, November 6, 2013
I got the masks last week. I have not swam with them yet, but the seal seems great. There are two masks in the package: a transparent/silicone one and a black one. Right after I got them I tried to adjust the strap on the black one and the strap broke in the first few seconds. The material used for the black one does not seem as elastic as the other one.
Reviewed by The Colonel from Kuwait on Saturday, August 31, 2013
I own 4-5 pairs of swim goggles. This pair is pretty good. You need to be carful adjusting the strap, too loose and the leak, too tight an - yes you guessed it, they leak.
I swim 1 kilometer to 1 mile every day and they work fine for my throw in the bag and take with me on my next trip pair, the fact that I basically got two pair for what 1 of the "high end SEAL brand" goes for means if they get lost or broken, it ain't that big of a deal. Recommended, you'll get what you paid for x2.
Reviewed by Naples guy from naples fl on Monday, July 22, 2013
These work surprisingly well at keeping water out of your eyes, particularly if you have them situated at just the right place on your face. If you can get them correctly situated over your eyes, they'll form a suction bond that's absolutely waterproof. Also, they're big enough for people like me who have long eyelashes that your lashes rub against them while your swimming. I always find that very disconcerting. I especially like the tinted goggles. The sun is always shining when I swim, and they cut the glare nicely.