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Zone 3 - Attack Goggles - Photochromatic

Zone 3 - Attack Goggles - Photochromatic

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Choosing the right googles for wild swimming is often a struggle.  These are a firm favourite of ours here at The Wild Swim Store.  

Tired of juggling multiple goggles for different lighting conditions? Say goodbye to the hassle and hello to revolutionary photochromatic technology with these innovative swimming goggles!

These photochromatic lenses causes the lens to automatically lighten or darken when exposed to UV rays from sunlight. Meaning you no longer need two pairs of goggles.

100% UVA/UVB protection and lenses that are polarized are key. They subdue the glare of the sun so that when you are momentarily glancing, you can keep on course without interrupting your flow.


Jay mid swim in his pair of Attack Goggles.

Perfect for Wild Swimming Endurance

When in the water for an hour plus, comfort is key.  These are slightly smaller than the Huub Aphotic Goggles, Jay has never yet had an issue with leakage, meaning you can focus on your stroke technique and the beauty around you. 


Key Features:

  • Ultra-soft silicon gaskets.
  • Anti-Fog treated lenses and 100% UVA/UVB protection.
  • Curved Lenses.
  • Flexible soft silicon frame.
  • Easy adjust strap.

Key Benefits:

  • Comfortably fits a wide variety of face shapes and sizes due to a flexible silicon frame, ultra-soft silicon gaskets and an easy adjust strap.
  • Outstanding peripheral vision from curved anti-fog lenses.

Key Features Include:

Ultra-soft silicon gaskets minimise pressure around the eyes keeping you comfortable during both open water and pool sessions.
Curved lenses give an excellent field of vision allowing you to carefully navigate your direction and spot any other swimmers.
Anti-Fog lens protection gives crystal clear vision preventing the need for mid swim demisting.

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