Valkyrie Mirrored + MIT
FINA approved comp goggle with curved lens and anti-scratch technology.
The latest edition to the Swans range. Valkyrie is available with 3 lens options Non Mirrored, Mirrored and Mirrored+MIT. FINA approved low profile comp goggle with curved lenses for increased performance and enhanced wide view to help ensure you can focus on your swim.
Swans new MIT (Mirror Insert Technology) technology sandwiches the mirror between two polycarbonate layers preventing any scratching of the mirror coating, and with no increase to thickness of the lens. Our MIT and PAF technologies give significantly improved the durability.
Mirror Insert Technology
Scratches and damage to the mirror coating on goggles is all too common, and often results in the mirror film coming away from the lens over time. Swans have addressed this issue and introduced the MIT Lens - Mirror Insert Technology. The mirror film, which is usually applied to the outside of the lens is sandwiched between two tough, protective polycarbonate layers which prevents scratches and damage, and prevents the mirror coating from peeling away. This is achieved with negligible increase to thickness of the lens. Furthermore, our next generation of mirror films give a constant and consistent colouring around the curvature of the lens, a feature which has been unseen before in other curved lens goggles.
- FINA approved comp goggle with curved lens technology.
- MIT Mirror Insert Technology. Anti-scratch mirror lenses.
- PAF Premium Antifog. Proven to be 4 x more durable and 3 x more absorbent than regular anti-fog systems.
- RAD. Ready Adjust for quick and secure strap adjustments. Excess bulk behind the head is also reduced.
- 3D Asymmetrical gaskets for improved fit and comfort.
- 5 nose bridges sizes included, to help achieve the perfect fit.
- 100% UV A and UV B protection.
- Includes free hard storage case.
|Lens Type||Mirrored + MIT|
|Adjustable Nose Bridge||Yes|
I ordered these for my son as an upgrade of his SRXM for racing. They look great, and he finds them really comfortable, which often isn’t the case with lower profile goggles.
Sorry SWANS - these googles leaked the 1st time I wore them and despite changing the nose piece I have not been able to wear them since. It is a shame. I bought many SWANS SO2's over the years, but gave up when the straps seemed to get too short. Tried moving to top of the range Speedos, but then they stopped doing the model I liked and decided to re-try SWAN's. Where to now one asks !!?
This is a mid fit model.