UV-protected lenses are also anti-fog. They come with free ear plugs and a carrying case to protect them from damage. Designed for kids ages 4 to 12 years old.
You may have to store the extra nose bridges to use as your child grows.
Speed Fit Clips make the band easy to adjust and remove quickly without hassle. Designed for kids ages 4 to 6. Comes in four bright colors.
Fits a limited size range, so children may outgrow them quickly.
These affordable goggles come in a convenient two-pack. The strap button is designed to be released with one press, making them easy to take off without getting tangled in hair. Designed with an adjustable strap for ages 3 and up.
Not specifically youth sized, so they may not fit children with smaller faces.
Solid goggles with UV-protected and anti-fog lenses. The frame is lightweight and soft, and the quick-fit buckle makes adjustments precise.
The outer-eye fit may not conform to smaller children or those with low nose bridges.
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Youth swim goggles can help a skittish young swimmer feel more comfortable going underwater. Swim goggles are made for several different types of swimming. Competitive swimmers doing laps will want a small style of goggles for aerodynamics and clear views. Recreational swimmers in the pool or in open water can use a larger style of goggles. When considering youth swim goggles, look for a model that’s specifically made for kids. Swim goggles for children should be smaller to fit the child’s face properly. Small lens youth swim goggles will fit tightly in the eye sockets. This can place some uncomfortable pressure on the face, though. Large lens youth goggles will use rubber or foam to create a tight seal around the eyes. These goggles don’t press as hard on the face, but they may feel bulky to some kids.
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