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Any recommendations?Ds2 is just starting to swim, but mostly underwater and he also does a lot of jumping in.His eyes were getting very sore today. I have tried cheap goggles but they leak and don't stay on when he jumps in.
zoggsI have found that a lot of children get to used to swimming with goggles and then find that they can't swim at all without them so am not a bug fan of them unless doing laps etcBut zoggs are the best I have found and do kids sizes
Thanks, I'll have a look at Zoggs.I see what you mean about being reliant on goggles though. His eyes do get sore, and I would love him to be able to see well enough underwater to pick things up from the bottom of the pool.His eyes were all blurry after swimming today - he said he could see rainbows arounbd the lights!
Not Zoggs, but what about these ones AQUA SPHERE SEAL KIDS GOGGLESI am stilling umming and ahhing about whether I should get him goggles, or not...
wallace, my 2 year old has these zoggs and he loves them. DD also prefers her zoggs to any other goggles, and believe me we've been through millions of pairs.
master, thanks. Those look perfect and are not too pricey, I will give them a try
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I managed to find some nice toddler speedos in tk max. Our third pair of goggles but these are finally working and he'll wear them. Success!
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