Kid's Swim Goggles
Kid sized goggles and masks are great for little swimmers of all ages. Their narrow lines and smaller-than-normal features perfectly mold to fit your child's face. The selection of goggles available through AquaGear® can accommodate children as young as 2 years of age and adapt to swimmers through their pre-teens.
Easy To Use Designs
One of the best things about kid-specific goggles is that they are designed to be easy to use. This means that kids are better able to fit and adjust the goggles and masks by themselves. Look for goggles that feature quick-fit side buckles for easy adjustments while on the go. Goggles that are aimed at younger swimmers and toddlers might even feature a clasp on the back of the head strap for an even easier, snag-free fit. And to ensure a great, leak proof fit, all kid's swim goggles feature smaller lenses and frames to help better fit a child's narrower facial lines.
Made to Last
All of the kid's goggles carried by AquaGear® are specifically designed to last. They're made from tough materials such as scratch-resistant Plexisol lenses and rip-resistant silicone frames and head straps. Designers incorporated such rough and tough materials to ensure that the goggles could last through most anything a child puts eyewear through. Between the durable materials and the goggles' ability to grow with your child as he or she ages, your little swimmer can enjoy a solid piece of swim eyewear year after year. Your child will love being able to use a familiar, well-fitting goggle, and you'll love being able to save money in the long run.
Fun, Bright Colors
Kid's goggles and masks are often decorated in bright colors. Because children love donning fun and colorful eyewear, the goggles seem more of a fun accessory than a chore to wear. Some models can even change color when exposed to UV lighting, bringing a surprise to every swim. Just like adult goggles, kid's goggles are available in a wide variety of lens colors and mirror finishes to help keep your child's eyes protected in any environment. To reduce the amount of lens scratching that takes place, look for a lens that is set behind the frame of the goggle.