Introducing the Podium Titanium goggles
Posted On: 22ndJanuary2019

Introducing the Podium Titanium goggles

Introducing the Podium Titanium goggles

Get yourself race ready in the new Podium mirror goggles which are great for both indoor and outdoor conditions. The Podium Titanium (black/mirror) has titanium lenses which provide added protection from reflected light to reduce eye fatigue in high level light/sunny conditions. There's a double band head strap, made from high quality silicone, to reduce pressure around the eyes, Fogbuster anti-fog lenses for extra moisture control and clarity of vision, maximum UV protection blocking 99% of the sun's harmful UV rays and CLT – Curved Lens Technology for 180 degree peripheral vision.Podium crop

These low profile goggles are suitable for racers who prefer a smaller goggle but with an aqua dynamic fit and less drag. They come with 3 nose bridges - small, medium and large - so you can get the best fit. The mirrored lenses reduce glare and reflections, making them ideal for swimming in bright or sunny conditions. The blue goggles also come with Fogbuster anti-fog, UV protection and CLT curved Lens Technology for that extra protection and increased vision.

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To find out more about the Podium goggles, and the other goggles we have on offer, head over to our website.

 

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