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Swimming Goggles

Swimming goggles protect your eyes from harsh minerals, chemicals, in pools and open water, as well as from harmful UV above the water. A must for contact lens wearers, who can wear contact lenses in the water, swim goggles come in many styles and are commonly confused with full-face dive masks. Great for the pool, beach, boating, and other water activities, these adult and children's size goggles can be found in a non-prescription and prescription optical swim goggle. All styles are in stock for immediate delivery.
 
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All Swimming Goggles:

Hilco (Z Leader) Children's Prescription Swimming Goggles

Hilco (Z Leader) Children's Prescription Swimming Goggles
$30.95

Splaqua Clear Prescription Swimming Goggles

Splaqua Clear Prescription Swimming Goggles
$29.95

Splaqua Clear Swimming Goggles

Splaqua Clear Swimming Goggles
$19.95

Splaqua Tinted Prescription Swimming Goggles

Splaqua Tinted Prescription Swimming Goggles
$22.95

Splaqua Tinted Swimming Goggles

Splaqua Tinted Swimming Goggles
$19.95

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Did You Know?
You should remove your contact lenses before swimming.

Although rare, you could contract Acanthamoeba keratitis by swimming in a pool, hot tub or lake while wearing your contact lenses.

Wearing contact lenses while swimming increases the risk of contracting this painful infection, which can lead to permanent vision loss.
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If you are having any unexplained eye discomfort, watering, vision change or redness, remove your lenses immediately and consult your eye care professional before wearing your lenses again.