Swedish goggles are small, inexpensive and one of the best pairs of goggles you can purchase when it comes to swimming. However, you will need to assemble them yourself. This is not terribly difficult because you have only four different pieces. The two eye glasses, the nose connector and the rubber strap. These goggles provide a superior fit, and because there is no dark thick plastic around the exterior of the goggle, you will not have any problem seeing what is to your side.
Speedo Speed Socket
This pair of swimming goggles is from the world leader of swimming gear, Speedo. This pair of goggles is designed to have the shape and angle of your eye, so suction placed on your eyes will be less than the average pair. Their eye pieces are also padded, which will remove the cutting feeling you may experience from other goggles which are nothing but hard plastic. There are also different nose pieces included with your purchase, which will allow you to completely adjust the feel of your goggles to better match the make up of your face.
Nike Strapless Goggles
The Nike strapless goggles are a very unusual pair of goggles---unusual because there is no strap involved. There isn't even a nose piece. It is just two different eye goggles that act almost like swimming monocles. They do stick in place without you holding them to your eye. In fact, there is a special waterproof glue on the inside of the goggles that allows them to stick around your eyes. This glue does not wear off, so you will be able to use and reuse the goggles as many times as you need to.
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