Although swim goggles, snorkel masks, and diving masks have a lot in common, using the wrong one could make your day really unpleasant and possibly dangerous! Stay safe by selecting the right eyewear and breathing equipment when you explore underwater.
Swimming is the only sport that can save your life. The CDC says that formal swimming lessons lower the risk of drowning by 88%, yet many people don’t have basic swimming skills, and it’s not taught in public schools. Comfortable goggles that don’t slip or leak can lower the anxiety associated with learning to swim.
There are few things more disappointing to find in a swimmer's bag than a broken pair of goggles or mildewed swim caps. A trip through the washing machine can save some things, but others are best abandoned early. An experienced swim mom shares her wisdom about the four worst things to find in a swim bag.