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About TYR Corrective Optical Swim Goggles

The Corrective Optical Goggle is a distinctive "step diopter" goggle, with spherical prescription lens options. Featuring a universal eye socket frame design for superior fit and wide angle optical grade polycarbonate lenses in corrective diopters -2.0 through -8.0 in 0.5 increments, the Optical Swimming Goggles are ideal for competitive and recreational use. Provides crystal clear vision and is an excellent alternative to contacts. Thermal Plastic Rubber (TRP) gaskets provide comfortable leak-proof protection, while a durable split TPR head strap provides a secure fit. Easy adjust snap lock side clips make sizing a cinch. Know no boundaries with these sight enhancing goggles that are perfect for training and recreation. All polycarbonate lenses include full UVA/UVB protection. The Optical Swim Goggles are available in multiple lens tint colors.

The TYR Corrective Optical Swim Goggles is commonly used for Pool, Recreation and more. One reason why the TYR Corrective Optical Swim Goggles is popular is because of its Snug Fit.

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This product has a limited warranty of 1 month.

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TYR Corrective Optical Swim Goggles Features

  • TYR Corrective Optical Swim Goggles
  • Spherical Prescription Lens Options
  • Universal Eye Socket Frame Design
  • Superior Fit
  • Wide Angle Lenses
  • Optical Grade Polycarbonate Lenses
  • Corrective Diopters: -2.0 to -8.0 in -0.5 Increments
  • Ideal for Competition or Recreation
  • Thermal Plastic Rubber (TRP) Gaskets
  • Comfortable Leak-Proof Protection
  • Durable TRP Split Head Strap
  • Easy Adjust Snap Lock Side Clips
  • Easy to Size
  • UVA/UVB Protection
  • Available in Multiple Lens Tint Color Choices

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5

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89%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Love the new goggles!

The goggles are great! My son is so confident in the water now that he can see with his new swim goggles.

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5.0

Love the new goggles!

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from Montgomery, AL, US

The goggles are great! My son is so confident in the water now that he can see with his new swim goggles.

 
5.0

It's so nice to see again!

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from Coarsegold, CA, US

These goggles are wonderful. My vision with these is awesome! I got the tinted ones and I'm glad I did. I swim at an outdoor public pool in California and it's very sunny out! I can see in and out of the pool. And they keep the water out, but they have to be on pretty tight. Another plus, I can swill for 30 minutes before they start to fog up. If you've been holding off, don't! Buy them now, you will be happy you did.

 
5.0

The Best!

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from Fort Mill, SC, US

Fit is fabulous, and the -7 diopter lets me see in and out of the pool for the first time in my life!

 
5.0

Awesome!!

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from Edinburg, TX, US

I love my prescription goggles! I can actually see in the water now! I recommend them to every fellow "glasses wearing swimmer"! ??

 
5.0

Fantastic Goggles!

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The goggles fit great. No water can get through the goggles and the prescription lenses are perfect.

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Ileana O  My son would like to use this glasses for swimming but also when he is playing outside around the pool area. which glasses would you recommend, the clear ones or the fog ones? thx
Carol E  Personally I would go with clear, but the smoke ones are not that dark and can also be worn outside the pool.
Marie F  My son uses the fog ones for swimming and they are clear under water. However, he says it's hard to see with the fog ones outside of the water.
REN� E R  I swim a lot in open water and in the pool. If it is outdoors and it is a sunny summer's day I prefer the tinted lenses. At night time or indoors I use the clear goggles. Same with my regular glasses, I use sunglasses in bright conditions and my regular glasses indoors and at night. However I am swimming quite often and can justify having several pairs of goggles.
Olivia G  where is the size chart for these goggles?
Marie F  These are one size fits all. My son's came with two types of nose pieces for differences in eye width. We have had no trouble fitting my husband nor my son.
N A  They only come on one size. The number you are selecting is for the stock glasses prescription (like -6 or -7) for the lenses, and should be the closest number to your own prescription for your eyeglasses. Mine was the max, -8 --extremely nearsighted. If you don't have it you could check with your eye doctor.
Carol E  There is no size chart, but the nose piece and straps are adjustable.
rocio s  My daughter has 3.25 od while os its 225 what googles does she need?
Patricia G  Eye professionals recommend not getting more power than you need. You have a few options: (1) Two pairs of goggles with fully adjustable nose bridge to combine and create one pair to your specifications; OR (2) Compromise, wearing one pair of goggles at the lower power (-2) for imperfect but clearer vision; OR (3) Consult an eye professional on the advisability of compromising with one pair at the higher power (-3).
Lynn A  Sorry, I can't answer that question. One of the pairs I bought was for a 9 something or the other, I noticed that the size list offered, at that time, both negative and positive numbers. My guess would be to purchase a 3 with the thought that she could at least see, if not exactly like with her glasses, but close enough for the time she would be using them. Given the list, I might also check with her optometrist to see which number he might recommend to provide an acceptable, if not perfect, view.
LYNNE R  My grandson also has a difference resulting in us ordering a compromise. I would suggest getting a correction of -2.50. your daughter should be able to swim with that correction comfortably. My grandson was thrilled to be able to swim and see, even though the correction wasn't equal to his land lenses. Water does magnify. You could always check with the eye doctor, but he or she will probably suggest custom ordered swim goggles. I can't begin to tell you how much we love having access to these--he is almost legally blind and was afraid of swimming until we got him these goggles as a trial and he now swims like a fish and we are so appreciative--doubt if ordering custom goggles from the eye doctor would have given him any better lease on life. We have ordered a replacement pair and intend to always have a spare. Hope your daughter does well with hers
Ronald J  Optical Rx are measured as - for nearsighted and + for farsighted. If you can see OK close up but not in the distance, you are nearsighted and need a negative prescription. For example my test is 20/200 and my rx is -3.0. if you have astigmatism or other complicating factors consult your optometrist, but lower cost goggles at a slightly higher diopter will usually do the job.In your case it sounds like your daughter is farsighted and would need about a + 3.5 or more. Dr Ron Johansen Portland Oregon
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