Nest Pro Goggles

Style #: LGNST
$19.99

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Embedded Anti-Fog

Integrated treatment retains clarity without the need for traditional anti-fog spray application and re-application.

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Wide Peripheral Range

Wide Peripheral range for optimal sighting.

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Unibody Nosebridge

Unibody design accommodates various facial types.

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Double Strap Adjustments

Lowest profile, most streamlined strap choice seen primarily on racing goggles. Also available on training goggles designed towards open water competition.

Average rating:

3.7 out of 5
Rating Breakdown:
Performance
Comfort
Fit
Would You Recommend Yes (1) No (1)
(5)
Performance
Comfort
Fit
Would You Recommend Yes

Nothing but The Nest

Nov 20, 2013 | Posted by Banks | Gender: Male Sport Interest: Triathlon Age: 25-34 Height: 6'

Best open water goggle I've used. Have been swimming in Nest for over 4 years and I'm afraid to go to any other goggle. A number of guys in my club wear them as well. Only complaint is the color offering. Let's spice it up TYR!

65 people found this review helpful

(2.3)
Performance
Comfort
Fit
Would You Recommend No

Foggy from Day one

Aug 6, 2013 | Posted by Grant | Gender: Male Sport Interest: Triathlon Age: 25-34 Height:

I bought these googles and expected a lot more from them. I have been on Speedo frames for 3 years and no problems. I thought I would try TYR. First day they fogged up within 200m. I switched to my backup speedos in case. I treated them and tried another day and they still do not perform. I'm disappointed and feel that i lost out on my money. Clearly the shop will not take them back. maybe other styles would work out, but not this pair.

113 people found this review helpful

Product Questions & Answers (3)

  • Q: Is the lens color dictated by the color scheme? I want clear lens but colored strap and frame.

  • Q: Are the lenses in the nest pro replaceable?

  • Q: These goggles don't seem to be adjustable, are they? Are they "anti-fog"? If yes, how do they compare to other "anti-fog" goggles?

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