Thhis year’ss goggle grouptest included only one option under £20 – the Zoggs Fusion Air. For us they just don’t offer anything that generic, budget £10 goggles don’t, so they still don’t represent great value. The Zoggs Predators are a different story, however. We know from experience that these last an age and provide a very comfortable fit that’s loved by many, so it’s our favourite training goggle on test. The other larger lenses on test, Speedo’s V Class Vue, didn’t wow us and felt too cumbersome. Vorgee’s Missile Eclipse confused us and everyone else who swam in them, and it was the only goggle that actually affected the speed of our swims because vision was so poor. We just can’t recommend them with this lens colour. We like the lenses on Swans’ SRX Mirrored but prefer their Falcon goggles overall, and we’d opt for Huub’s Varga goggle as our favourite option with a flat lens frontage. We can recommend all the top-end race goggles here – the Arena Cobra, Aqua Sphere/MP Xceed and Speedo Fastskin Elite. The low profiles won’t be for everyone, but the Fastskin Elite and MP Xceed goggles both received glowing feedback for how surprisingly comfortable they felt. The Aqua Sphere MP Xceed has won our goggle grouptest the last two year’s running, but this time around the most successful Olympian of all time (or his goggles at least) have been dethroned. Zone3’s new Volaire goggle is £18 cheaper, received acclaim from us and everyone we gave them to, is supremely comfortable and yet stills retains that hydrodynamic appearance.