220 Triathlon Magazine - - KIT ZONE -


The Fu­sion Air goggles from Zoggs are a no-frills op­tion with a soft tint in the lens, which would come in handy if you do most of your train­ing in a pool with lim­ited nat­u­ral light. They still have some UV pro­tec­tion for bright con­di­tions and the lenses pro­vide good clar­ity and crystal clear vi­sion, giv­ing a light blue hue un­der­wa­ter. Where the Fu­sion Airs fall short is com­fort. Al­though Zoggs claim the Air Cush­ion Tech­nol­o­gyshould pro­vide a barely-there feel­ing, the foam is quite rough com­pared to sil­i­con seals, and we felt them dig­ging in. The nose bridge is an odd shape with a very acute curve, so it’s cru­cial you pick the right size from those pro­vided. As a cheap backup gog­gle these are ad­e­quate, but they’re still £18, and there are sim­i­larly con­structed ba­sic goggles from other brands for half the price that will do the same job. zoggs.com

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