Which Lens?

Depends on where and at what time you are swimming. We have lenses for all conditions.

Goggle Fitting Guide

Goggles come in all shapes and sizes but selecting the right pair need not be hard work. The trick to getting a good pair of goggles is finding a pair which fit your face and eyes – and make you look great in the water of course! Here are our 3 easy steps to finding the perfect goggles for you…

Step 1 – Place goggles over eyes

First apply the goggles to your face without the strap in place and test the seal the goggle provides. If a split second of suction is provided then you have a strong indication of a good fit. 

Step 2 – Fit Straps

The goggle straps sole purpose is to hold the goggle in position, not to provide the seal. Adjustment of the strap may be necessary, however you should avoid the temptation to pull the strap too tight, this will simply create uncomfortable pressure on the delicate eye area, not to mention unsightly ‘panda eyes’ effect.

Step 3 – Adjust Nose Bridge & Seal

Once you have found a good seal you should fit the head strap by carefully adjusting and focusing on two areas: 1. Nose Bridge – The goggles should sit comfortably around the nose and create a good seal. 2. Seal – The seal around the eye should sit comfortably in the corner of the eyes and not wrap too far around the corner of the eyes.

We always recommend trying 2-3 different models, this will help you compare fit, comfort and validate your purchase decision.

Still unsure? Here’s our Goggle Fitting Guide Video

Need help putting goggles on your kids? #Check out this handy guide

Which strap is best?

Double Strap: reduces pressure around the eyes to minimize red marks. Stops straps from sliding down toward your neck. Wear the top strap as high as possible and the bottom strap in the usual position.

Split Strap: Ensures a secure fit on the dive and reduces pressure around the eyes