Zoggs Predator Flex Titanium Reactor swim goggles – first look
Zoggs Predator Flex Titanium Reactor swim goggles – first look
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Zoggs Predator Flex Titanium Reactor swim goggles – first look

Ti-hued peeper protectors promise better visibility both indoors and out

Given how covetable titanium is for making bike frames, it was only a matter of time till other tri kit took the hint – cue the Predator Flex Titanium Reactor Flex swim goggles from Aussie outfit Zoggs.

They build on the popular Predator Flex frame, and promise enhanced visibility both in the pool and out of doors thanks to the ti-hued lenses that Zoggs say offer extra protection from reflected light and glare.

But that’s not all – the lenses are photochromatic, meaning the lenses darken when exposed to bright light (and vice versa), and also include UV protection and Fogbuster technology to keep your vision clear.

They’ll cost £50 and come with a hard protective zipped case when they launch at the 220 Triathlon Show being held at Sandown park in Surrey from 27 February to 1 March.

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Poult

I thought that if I bought the most expensive goggles around they'd be the best. They weren't. They fogged up in the first 50 metres of my first swim (the London tri). When I tried them in the pool they did the same. I sent them back and got another pair. They did the same. I let others try them and they had the same problem. Not once id I swim 100m without them fogging up. I sent them back again.

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