Outdoor Swimming

We have spoken with so many of our customers and listened to various communities and forums. With COVID-19 so heavily impacting pool closures and indoor swim sites, outdoor swimming has become hugely popular and many pool goers are now taking to the great outdoors! We have put together a selection of current products that are the best suited to outdoor and open water swimming. 

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Wetsuits

Now that we are part of the HEAD sports group we have hand picked some of their best wetsuits, available right here at ZOGGS.

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Womens Swimwear

Open water swimming can be done in your standard pool costume and doesn’t have to be done in a full body wetsuit. In-fact most open water swimmers prefer this! We have rounded up our best selection of styles that allow you to be seen & tracked for safety.

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Mens Swimwear

Our selection of jammers and brightly coloured shorts are perfect to get you into the lake with that wild swim feeling! If you are starting out, try one of these and if you are a seasoned vetren consider an upgrade.

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Goggles

There is a variety of Goggles that we stock, however from talking to our Open Water customers, we have found that over 2020 our Predator range goggles were the most purchased. WHY? Because they are the chosen goggle for open water and triathlon swimmers! 

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Caps & Safety Buoys

Swim Caps are essential for open water as they keep hair out of the way whilst swimming! We also have a range of Safety Buoys and other Open Water accessories such as gloves and dry bags.

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