Swim Goggles Haverhill MA

Swim goggles come in sizes for children or adults, designed specifically for oval or round eyes. Goggles can also be custom-tinted, prescription, anti-fog or hypoallergenic. Please read on for more detailed information in the following article.

Olympia Sports
(978) 469-0432
253 Lincoln Ave
Haverhill, MA
 
Olympia Sports Center
(603) 378-0273
34 Plaistow Rd
Plaistow, NH
 
Fitness Equipment Etc
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North Andover Country Club
(978) 687-3344
Lawrence, MA
 
Whitland Inc
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Sawyer H R Schwinn Bicyclery Inc
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Play It Again Sports
(603) 382-3580
37 Plaistow Rd Unit 5
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Methuen Sports Shop
(978) 686-2400
230 Pleasant St
Methuen, MA
 
Gun & Sport North
(978) 689-2722
248A Broadway
Lawrence, MA
 
Olympia Sports
(978) 686-2139
90 Pleasant Valley St
Methuen, MA
 

Swim Goggles

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Swim Goggles

Swim goggles make opening your eyes underwater much more comfortable, and thanks to them you can actually see where you are going in the pool.

Swim goggles come in sizes for children or adults, designed specifically for oval or round eyes. Goggles can also be custom-tinted, prescription, anti-fog or hypoallergenic.

The biggest complaints about swim goggles are the fogging and leakage. There's nothing worse in the middle of a swim competition if your goggles fog up or fill up with water. To help fogging and leakage, rinse your goggles out and line the foam with a little saliva just before you put them back on. Otherwise, for a little extra cash you can purchase goggles with anti-fog coating or use anti-fog drops before you swim.

Another effective way to lessen leaking is to thoroughly test your swim goggles before you buy them by performing this simple test:

  • Press the goggle eye cups onto your eyes without fixing the strap behind your head.
  • Let go!
  • The goggles should cup your eye sockets for a good 25 seconds without falling off.
  • If they don't, they're likely a bad fit for the shape and size of your eye sockets. Remember that goggle eye cups come in oval and circular shapes.

Additional swim goggle tests should include:

Comfort Adjust the strap and place the goggles over your nose. If they're too tight or cut into the bridge of your nose or ears try a bigger size.

Quality No parts of foam should be falling off. Stretch ...

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