Zoggs 315722-901 Predator Flex Polarized L/XL (White-Red/Smoke)
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- Kid's size frame with silicone injected seals is light and flexes to your face
- Soft frame flexes for a comfortable fit
- Quick adjust: just pull the two back straps to tighten
- Lenses are coated with anti fog for clear vision
- Perfect fit for young swimmers
- Silicone, 4 Flex point Technology: Frame flexes in 4 key areas to conform to your face
- Polarized Italian Lenses: Protects your eyes and eliminates glare in open water swimming
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Top Customer Reviews
I just recently purchased both a pair of the Zoggs Predator Flex polarized and predator flex mirror goggles. I recently had corrective eye surgery, and now, I have a greater sensitivity to bright sunlight conditions. I tried using my old Nike, USA Aquatics and Speedo goggles but the smaller goggles were just so uncomfortable now on my eye sockets. I don't race, but try to participate in several triathlons throughout the warmer months. And of course, I try to hit the indoor and outdoor pools a couple of times of week to stay fit. I was looking for two things: (1) a larger goggle that was much more comfortable around my eyes, and (2) dark lenses to help reduce the sun rays when swimming outdoors. For me, the "standard" smoke lenses are nowhere close to reducing the sunlight in bright conditions when swimming outdoors. The only other model I have to compare to is the Aqua Sphere Eagle models. Those were comfortable too, and I like the idea of replaceable lenses that the eagle model offers. My AS Eagle goggles came with both clear and smoke lenses. The smoke lenses were just not dark enough for outdoor swimming, so I had to return them. Overall, the predator flex goggles are slightly more comfortable than the Aqua Sphere eagle models.....especially in the nose bridge piece. The large surface area was very comfortable around my eyes - no leaking - good seal - a lot of field of view. For outdoor swimming, I like the polarized feature for reducing glare, but I found that the mirror model reduces the sunlight just a little bit more.Read more ›
Yes, these are great swimming goggles, I have been using them for over a year now and they feel and work great. They fit nicely, they stay in place without being too tight, the mirrored lenses work fine underwater and they are very effective in preventing fogging.
I love swimming and try to put as many laps I can, at least twice a week, but I am not a competitive swimmer so I would not know the first thing about lens distortion or hydrodynamics. They work for me so I keep using them.
For casual swimmers like me: Recommended!
Zoggs Predator Flex Goggles
The goggles also seal better than my speedos. I have 2 speedo goggles but prefer this zoggs, even when there's no sun issues.
If you can get your hands on the POLARIZED model, I doubt you'd be disappointed. BTW, my goggles don't fog up much but I think it's inherent in practically all goggles. Good old fashioned spit works.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First pair I got had a broken latch, right of the box, that keeps the straps from expanding. Was promptly replaced by Amazon. Second pair was great. Fit perfect and didn't leak. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JOEL A WARTEL
I requested "polarized", but the seller sent "mirror" instead. The actual
product is comfortable and well-fitting, but breaks after a while, due
to a... Read more
I ordered these goggles which did not give an option of size so I assumed that there was only one size. They sent me Large-Extra Large (I am not). Read morePublished on March 13, 2013 by East Bay Scott
As previous reviewers mentioned, the item shipped to me was MIRRORED goggles, NOT polarized goggles. Read morePublished on March 13, 2013 by swimmer
I bought these googgles for my triathlons. They work great. They are polarized and I used them for those sunny days when I have the sun shinning in front of my eyes. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by aiparun