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Cressi Fox Swim Goggles

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  • Flat, impact resistant polycarbonate lenses
  • Anti fog, anti scratch treatment
  • Provides UV eye protection
  • TRP gaskets for a watertight seal
  • Micro metric adjustable buckles

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Cressi Fox Swim Goggles Customer Reviews

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My favorite goggles


from Berkeley, CA, US

Great goggle at a great price. They fit very well, are highly adjustable and keep their adjustment. The strap doesn't loosen with use. Highly recommended!


Great goggles, slight optical issues

By Parent/swim c.

I use this goggle for giving swim lessons to my 5-year-old, so I need something that's comfortable for long periods, gives a wide field of view, and has flawless underwater optics. This meets the bill, almost. My Vanquishers have the best underwater optics, bar none - but the field of view is a bit too limited to keep track of a young kid, and the racing style digs in a bit too much for long-term comfort. My Kayennes are comfortable and have a wide field of view, but the underwater optics (as with other curved-lens goggles I've tried) are horrible - everything is fuzzy, as though I were suddenly badly nearsighted. The Cressis are comfortable, have a better field of view than the Speedos, and have a flat lens, so vision underwater is clear. However, I do have some slight issues with double-vision, as the flexible nose-bridge allows the two eyepieces to spread apart far enough that the lens faces angle outwards. Keeping the strap on the loose side, and positioning the eyepieces closer to my nose, mostly solves this. Also, I've noticed that the underwater vision, while clear, seems de-magnified - that is, everything seems a bit smaller and farther away. I can't explain the optical cause of this, but it's something I've noticed on-and-off. With the Cressis, when I transition from above-surface to underwater (which I do a lot), my eyes have to take a moment to do an optical re-adjustment to adapt to the different image - akin to refocusing. Not a deal-killer, but it has caused me to go back to the Speedos a time or two.


comfortable, do the job well

By jj

very good quality

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Needed new goggles
surfcat on Jun 7, 2017
Needed new goggles
surfcat on Jun 7, 2017
What's the difference between standard and medium size? My hat size is a 7 1/4 and I'm a male, if it matters
A shopper on May 24, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Standard is more for larger adults. Medium is more for women and children or a narrower face.