Your goggles always fog up when you start swimming? If so, make sure to continue reading this article. We will teach you some cheap but very effective methods to get rid of foggy goggles once and for all! And no, it does not involve spitting into your goggles (although we do suggest this for completeness of the article, we do not actually recommend it).
First of all, why does the formation of fog occur? It is due to the difference in temperatures that the small drops of water that are inside the goggles will start to create mist. This will eventually fog up your goggles. Read more to find out what our cheap but effective solution is.
Anti-fog layer goggles usually don’t work well after a few swims, even from the best goggles, so we will not consider these as a solution in this article.
In this article, we will take a look at the Michael Phelps Xceed swimming goggles. Over the years, I have tried a lot of different swimming goggles from different brands. However, I discovered these goggles a year ago. These are my absolute favourite swimming goggles ever. Read on to find out why!
MP Xceed Goggles
The goggles available in different colours, mirrored, tinted or transparent. I’ve got the yellow mirrored version (as I swim outside from time to time, it is better to use a mirrored version outside).
Now, can’t we all agree that these are gorgeous? It certainly draws attention at the swimming pool. I often find a lot of people staring at my goggles at the pool.