Close fit designed for minimal drag in competition.
Highly reflective, bold statements of color. Mirror coatings are strictly cosmetic and do not provide any difference in vision.
Swedish-style goggle with rubber seal for an extremely close, comfortable fit.
Swedish-style adjustable nosebridges. Rubber strap provides a flexible fit. String provides a rigid and secure fit.
Wide Peripheral Range
Wide Peripheral range for optimal sighting.
Double Strap Adjustments
Lowest profile, most streamlined strap choice seen primarily on racing goggles. Also available on training goggles designed towards open water competition.
|Would You Recommend||Yes (2) No (0)|
Best goggles I have ever worn
Oct 28, 2014 | Posted by | Gender: Male Sport Interest: Swimming Age: 13-17
This is my 4th pair I have owned. I use these goggles for racing and for practice. The fit is my favorite part, not only can I make them to custom lenghts but the size of the goggle its self, the minimal padding, and how they fit into the eye socket instead of around is all of my favorite part and why I love these goggles.
5 people found this review helpful
The next generation of Swedish goggle. I love these.
Aug 29, 2014 | Posted by | Gender: Female Sport Interest: Swimming Age: 35-44
I'm on my 3rd pair of Socket Rockets, and I love them. Standard goggles with a silicone or neoprene gasket just don't fit my eyes well, and they always leak. The Socket Rockets fit me incredibly well, and never leak. They're better than your traditional Swedish goggle because while there's no gasket, there is a coating on the rim of the goggle that is easier on your skin than a hard plastic edge. If your goggles always leak but you've never tried Swedish-style goggles, these should be your next purchase.
12 people found this review helpful
Product Questions & Answers (1)
Q: I have a narrow face and have been using Technoflex rocket Juniors for 12 years. I can not get the new strap design to lock in place. I am missing something here? As I swim they loosen. I suspect you have a "Coke 2, second generation iPod" shuffle problem here where a designer screws up a good product. Please tell me if there is a trick to these.