Some parents prefer a brand name when shopping for kids’ swim goggles—and that makes sense, since goggles can make the difference between a fun or not so fun time in the water.
Speedo is virtually synonymous with swim goggles, thanks to their overall great quality and durability.
Yes, these goggles can get pricey, but we think the Speedo goggles were a good balance between affordability and features.
What We Liked
• Panoramic lens. This pair we picked has blue lenses, but other styles have clear ones if you prefer.
• Easy to adjust.
• Gasket is less constricting compared to other goggles we tested. That makes kids happier.
• UV protection.
• Latex free.
• Anti-fog coating.
What’s Needs Work
• Short strap. This is an issue for older/bigger kids. These goggles are designed for kids aged 3 to 8, but we think the older ones may find the straps too short in our opinion.
• Strap can break. This is true for all swim goggles, of course.
• Foggy. Yes, these goggles have an anti-fog coating, but that doesn’t mean they will be fog free. We didn’t have a problem with this, but we see reports from our some of our readers that these goggles can fog up after longer term use.