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At Zoggs, we want you and your family to get the most out of each visit to the pool. Find swimming equipment for swimmers of all ages to help you along in the water. Rely on Zoggs swimming equipment swim after swim. Built from high quality and durable materials, each piece of equipment is designed to last.

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Swimming Training Aids

Supporting your swim journey & development.

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Swimming Accessories

Everything for a fuss-free swim.

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Swimming Caps

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  • Tips to get you cold water swimming
    Tips to get you cold water swimming

    Tips to get you cold water swimming

    Getting started with cold water swimming - By Annie Brooks (www.talesofanniebean.com )

    If you love your pool swims and enjoy those open water swims, then this winter you might be ready to take on cold water swimming! Unlike hopping into to your local heated swimming pool to run through your drills, or dipping into that beautiful lake during the summer time, cold water swimming not only challenges physically, it tests you mentally also. Knowing you’re about to step into water that barely reaches double figures, can be a challenge, but this is exactly why it’s fantastic because that sense of achievement is like nothing else.

     

    1. Find a open water swimming venue
    There are many open water swimming venues that continue to allow swims during the chilly months. Due to the increasingly popularity of cold water swimming, more and more venues are keeping open longer. The best thing to do to find them is get searching on the internet, or better yet, Facebook. There are numerous specific open water swimming groups across the UK who regularly meet up for swims, these often host their own Facebook groups too. If you do some digging and you’ll not only find many venues, but potentially make some new swimming buddies!

    2. Get the right kit

    When you’re just starting out with cold water swimming the best thing to do is get the right kit to keep you warm. If female, a good swimsuit and if male, well-made swim shorts, followed by a wetsuit. Not only is a wetsuit designed for buoyancy in the water, it is also keeps you warmer than just swimming in a swimsuit. When wearing a wetsuit, unlike just a swimsuit, the wetsuit allows the water to seep in gradually. This gives your body a good amount of time to slowly acclimatise. Beyond your wetsuit, you can pick up gloves, hat and boots to keep you toasty!

    3. Safety first
    Always take a tow float. This isn’t specifically for cold water swimming, but if the cold water shocks you, you can be easily be spotted by other water users. Tow floats are often mandatory for open water swimming venues. Another option is to attach a whistle to your tow float to alert that you need assistance to the open water swim venue staff. It is just about being safe, seen and heard.

    4. Swim with a buddy
    At a dedicated open water swimming venue you don’t always need to swim with a buddy, just be a confident swimmer. Personally, I like to always swim with a buddy, for both safety and enjoyment purposes. If you decided to wild cold water swim, then having an extra person with you is really important. However, if you’re off for a cold water swim and it is your first time, there is something comforting going through the process of acclimatisation with a friend.

    5. Getting in the cold water
    Firstly, never jump in. You might have seen those beautiful instagram shots of outdoors grammers leaping into fresh water. Don’t. You should never jump into cold water, acclimatised or not, your body might go into shock which can be really dangerous. I prefer to ease in gradually, and the more I have acclimatised the quicker this process is, but the most important thing is to give your body time. I love to wear swim socks and gloves because these two body parts get the worst of the cold for me. I like to call them ice cream feet and hands! Getting your shoulders under is the hardest part, but in a wetsuit because it gradually seeps in, it makes this a little easier.

    6. Cold water skin swims
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  • The Original Predator Flex goggles are back
    The Original Predator Flex goggles are back

    The Original Predator Flex goggles are back

    The Original Predator Flex goggles are back in stock - exclusively available from Zoggs (and Wiggle). If you're wondering which would be best for you, check out this handy overview of the range.

    Predator Flex Original (Clear)

    These Original Predator Flex swimming goggles are the perfect addition to virtually any swimmer's kit bag. Whether its smashing your PBs in the indoor lanes or taking on an open water swim, the clear lenses provide exceptional clarity. The lenses offer Fogbuster™ anti-fog, UV protection and CLT™ Curved Lens Technology for 180° peripheral vision. The comfort provided by Zoggs’ unique 4 Flexpoint Technology.

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    Predator Flex Original (Tint)

    Get fully immersed with the Original Predator Flex Tinted swimming goggles with unique 4 Flexpoint Technology™. The blue tinted lenses are an ideal addition for indoor swimming as well as offering good protection against bright outdoor light. Throw in Fogbuster™ anti-fog for exceptional clarity, UV protection and CLT™ Curved Lens Technology and you have a goggle that performs just as well as it looks.

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    Predator Flex Original (Mirror)

    Stand out from the crowd with the Predator Flex Mirror Goggles. With the unique 4 Flexpoint™ technology for enhanced frame flexibility, they provide a contoured and comfortable fit. Silver mirrored lenses and 180 degree peripheral vision offer fantastic clarity for outdoor and open water swimming with reduced glare and reflections from the sun. The split-yoke strap reduces pressure on the face for added comfort.

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    Predator Flex Original (Polarized)

    Make the most out of your swim with our Original Predator Flex Polarized Goggle. The unique 4 Flexpoint Technology which offers frame flexibility and maximum comfort. The smoke polarized lenses reduce glare and reflections on the water’s surface, making this an ideal goggle for bright outdoor conditions. The Original Predator Flex Polarized goggles also come with built-in Fogbuster™ anti-fog for exceptional clarity, UV protection, and CLT™ Curved Lens Technology for 180° peripheral vision.

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    Predator Flex Polarized Ultra

    Embrace the funexpected with the Predator Flex Polarized Ultra Swimming Goggles with polarized lenses to reduce glare and cut out blue light. Ideal for high level light conditions and direct sunshine. By repelling blue light these goggles also amplify light in darker overcast conditions, therefore providing enhanced vi

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  • Stocking filler ideas for adult swimmers
    Stocking filler ideas for adult swimmers

    Stocking filler ideas for adult swimmers

    You might think stocking fillers are just for children but everyone loves a surprise. Here are just a few gift ideas for the grown-up swimmers in your life whether they be lane swimmers, open water swimmers or triathletes.

    Swimwear

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