Designed for smaller faces the TYR special ops 3.0 femme fit.
Go fast or go home with TYR Special Ops 3.0 Polarized Female Open Water Swimming Goggles!
Engineered for triathlon and open water swimmers, these Special Ops 3.0 goggles are packed with a range of state-of-the-art features including a smaller size for petite face shapes, speed adjust technology, embedded anti-fog and wide peripheral range. Constructed with polarized lenses, Special Ops 3.0 Goggles provide clarity, optical precision and comfort by filtering out 99.9% of the surface glare that causes eye fatigue. In addition, every pair is equipped with durable, hypoallergenic Durafit silicone gaskets that provide a comfortable, watertight seal.
All polycarbonate lenses include full UVA/UVB protection.
Available in a Pink Grey/Mint colour way, these goggles come in a hard case to help protect your goggles between swims and when you’re transporting them in your swim bag.
Surf Swim School Head Coach Verdict:
A favourite pair of goggles that I always have in my swim bag! Personally, I find these goggles to be really comfortable and most importantly, they are reliable with great lenses. Once I’ve perfected the fit I have had very little trouble with these goggles, they just keep going! I usually swim in the sea and swim all year round with a lot of varying light conditions to cope with. These lenses consistently perform well, minimising glare from the sun on the water. The high definition lenses are also pretty good on the really overcast or dusky swims. I still advocate having a completely clear lens for those sunset swims or rainy days, but if you don’t want to have several pairs of goggles these female open water swimming goggles are a good option for an all-rounder.
Polarised vs Mirrored lenses?
- Mirrored lenses help reduce the sun’s glare
- Polarised lenses reduce 99.9% of all surface glare
- Mirrored lenses will be dark in overcast outdoor conditions
- Polarised lenses will be good in overcast outdoor swimming days
About the Surf Swim School
We are an open water swimming school based in North Devon and swim all year in the sea or venues around Westward Ho! If you would like to come along and join in with some open water swimming training you can find our timetable here
If you are new to open water swimming, you may find some of the articles written by our Head Open Water Coach useful reads, you can find them here