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    When you try the goggles, the seal should provide a suction at first. They should feel comfortable around your eyes, not too tight, not too loose. Make sure they are also comfortable on your nose.

    Of course you can! If the goggles are the right size, water should not go into your eyes.

    While clear, non-mirrored lenses are the way to go for indoor swimming, you should choose mirrored and polarized lenses for open water swimming. They will reflect and filter out the sunlight so you always have a good visibility while swimming.