The Aqualine Wahoo swim goggle is aptly named for two reasons. Firstly it's the sound we express usually when we're going at high speeds. Secondly, it's the third fastest fish in the world. But we're not going to hold anything against it because it's third. Instead, we're naming a goggle after it. We've brought the Wahoo goggles to the market because we've noticed that champions are being made at a younger and younger age. Thus, the need for a racing goggle to fit those smaller faces! While being the perfect fit for the younger faces, it's also a perfect fit for most female's faces of any age. The Aqualine Wahoo is a game changer.Features:
Children's GogglesChildren's goggles usually fit a wide variety of children's faces. It all comes down to the colour, and the look, and of course keeping the chlorine out of their eyes. Keep to the age range suggested and you should be fine! These are perfect for swimming lessons, and for play.
Performance GogglesIn a race situation it is imperative to have a good pair of goggles that won't fall off after your start and won't fill up with water while you are racing! You will want something that feels comfortable enough around your eyes, but that are also tight enough on your face that they won't allow for any disturbances during the race. Our performance goggles have all been tested with the competitive swimmer in mind!
Anti-fogGoggles fog up when warm air meets the colder than air lenses, causing condensation. Anti-fog treatment is a surface coating one the inner surface of the lenses. Anti-fog prevents the condensation of the water in the form of small droplets on a surface which resemble fog and provides clear vision to the swimmer. UV ProtectionIncreased exposure to UV light damage the eyes especially the place where the reflectivity is high. UV protection lens provide 100% protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays, and provide better eye protection without sacrificing light transmission or vision.
How do I put my goggles on properly?We suggest starting by holding the lenses snug to your eye sockets until they’re positioned correctly. Hold in place with one hand. Next, pull the goggle strap into place, and re-adjust the lens position if necessary. The best fit will give you a comfortable even pressure around your eye and a slight suction. How should I look after my goggles?Looking after your goggles properly will help you extend their life. Our top tips for looking after your goggles are:
What can I do if I receive my goggles and they don't fit?If your goggles don't fit, send them back to us unused, with the stickers still on the lens, and in the case it came in, within 30 days and we'll provide you with a refund minus shipping.