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Sunglasses by the brand AQUAVISTA Unisex, model AQUAVISTA MAKO with reference M0001878, with a(n) Sporty style.They have a(n) with a(n) Oval and Sporty shape in Black colour. These glasses are suitable for prescription lenses. These are top of the range glasses, made of high-quality materials, modern glasses that will give you a look that matches your...
Sunglasses by the brand CRESSI-SUB Unisex, model CRESSI-SUB FOCUS NEGRO/NEGRO with reference M0004040, with a(n) Sporty style.They have a(n) with a(n) Square shape. These glasses aren't suitable for prescription lenses. These are top of the range glasses, made of high-quality materials, modern glasses that will give you a look that matches your image. Buy...
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All our swimming goggles are from Cressi-sub and Aquavista. Our glasses protect our eyes from a variety of risks. Along with your swimsuit and hat, they are one of the elements of the basic and essential equipment that any swimmer needs.
These goggles offer a protection system against chlorine or salt, and the most advanced models also protect our eyes from UV rays. Most of them are made of plastic materials, such as polycarbonate or silicone.
Choosing the best swimming goggles for you might be a difficult decision. So we want to give you some advice that will help you.
First you need to consider a few basic tips:
- If your goggles leave ugly marks around your eyes, you need to look for a larger frame.
- You should be able to tell whether the seal is good before getting into the water and discover that your goggles let water in. It should sit tightly against your skin without needing uncomfortable suction.
- There’s not much you can do about temperatures (heat, air, water) but in time, when your goggles’ anti-fog coating starts to wear off, you can freshen them up with some specific product.
- Choose goggles with a broad, split silicone strap and wear the strap high on the back of your head, in a horizontal line with the lenses.
- To reduce glare at the surface, go for a tinted, mirrored or polarized lens and, perhaps, a larger frame for more panoramic vision.
- If you struggle to see to the bottom of the pool or the sea, then you need prescription lenses for your swimming goggles.
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