A few hours before the children’s swimming lesson on Monday an exciting delivery arrived from Spurt Swimming Gear. Perfect timing! Their existing caps and goggles were overdue for replacement. I can’t remember where the old goggles came from but Fjord’s had badly scratched black lenses which he struggled to see through and Acacia’s had a single strap which didn’t hold them comfortably in position. They always had to be quite tight to keep sealed and I found the red rings around her eyes after swimming quite disturbing.
Our swimming teacher at Ann’s Aqua Tots, sells Spurt products at the swim school and when I told her about our Spurt goodies she said “Their quality is the best!” The children loved swimming with their new gear. There are cheaper brands on the market, but I will not compromise again.
When buying goggles for a 9 or 10 year old, I would suggest going for an adult size, Fjord is a very slightly built 10 year old boy and the kids pair which he was given only just fit on the biggest size setting, they won’t fit him for long.