Born From Technology
Each and every element in the Fenix' design reflects its specialized fabrication process. TriFusion Frame technology gives the Barracuda Fenix a low-volume gasket - meaning it eliminates drag and prevents leaking, all while using very minimal suction. Like other Barracuda models, the low-pressure design is meant to reduce goggle marks and damage to under-eye skin. If you're hoping for a zero-suction model, Barracuda has you covered with their foam-backed Standard, Medalist, and B300 goggles.
Providing more than 180 degrees of peripheral vision, anatomically-correct curvature, and durable, UV blocking polycarbonate lenses, this goggle is a triathlete's chimera.
The lenses come standard with a factory-applied fog-free coating, but experienced swimmers know that anti-fog must be reapplied over time. Each Fenix goggle also comes with two replacement nose pieces in various sizes and a tough plastic case for storage and protection.
The AquaGear Opinion
These goggles are some of the best-fitting competition pairs on the market today. The Fenix' seals are thin, but provide impressive comfort. And we're falling down on our knees thanking the designers at Barracuda for their so-easy-a-caveman-could-do-it nose bridge replacement method. (Seriously. Thank you.)
The Bottom Line
For a low-suction, easy-as-pie competition goggle, the Barracuda Fenix won't disappoint. Give this goggle a loving forever home today!