|By PR Newswire||
|February 27, 2014 08:03 AM EST||
VISTA, Calif., Feb. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Aqua Sphere, the leading innovator of premium swimwear and swim accessories based on comfort and high-quality technical designs, today announced the introduction of the Kaiman Exo swim goggle. Building off the long-standing success of its best-selling Kaiman design, which has sold more than eight million units to-date, the new Kaiman Exo incorporates first-of-its kind EXO-core bi-material frame technology that combines maximum stability with comfort.
"The Kaiman Exo introduces a new technology to the industry that revolutionizes the landscape of the one-piece goggle to offer the everyday swimmer an enhanced swim experience," said Todd Mitchell, manager, Aqua Sphere Swim Division. "We maintained the key features that swim enthusiasts love about its predecessor, the Kaiman, but incorporated new frame technology to streamline the design and enhance lightness. Our updated buckle system also improves hydrodynamic performance, ensuring that swimmers get the most out of their goggles to help them perform better in the water."
Kaiman Exo goggles feature Aqua Sphere's proprietary Advanced Fit Technology, which is integrated into the gasket design to offer an enhanced water-tight seal around the eyes. In addition, alternating matte and polished zones on the gasket reduce marks around the eyes after swimming.
The newest addition to the swimwear innovator's comprehensive line of goggles utilizes Aqua Sphere's signature Plexisol curved lens to allow a wide field of vision. Available in two styles—clear and dark—each lens is protected by treatments that improve scratch resistance outside, as well as fog inside, the goggle. The Kaiman Exo also provides a flexible nose bridge to extend goggle durability.
The Kaiman Exo is available at retailers nationwide and online at www.AquaSphereSwim.com for $29.99 SRP. In addition, this fall, the Kaiman Exo will also be available in two additional sizes, Kaiman Exo Ladies and Kaiman Exo Small Fit, which offer a unique fit to meet the needs of women and swimmers with slimmer faces.
About Aqua Sphere
Established in 1998, Aqua Sphere is the worldwide brand of choice for premium swimming products, based on comfort and high-quality technical designs. Dedicated to creating products for active swimmers, Aqua Sphere offers a complete range of premium products, including eye protection, swimwear, triathlon wetsuits, footwear, and swim fitness and training accessories. Aqua Sphere's numerous innovations include the world's first swim mask, the Seal, and its Active Swim and Active Fitness swimsuit collection combining premium fabrics and construction that offers body control system technology to boost and support one's shape in and out of the water. The brand has gained the respect and loyal following of many celebrity and notable athletes, including four-time Olympian Gold Medalist Amanda Beard. For more information, visit www.AquaSphereSwim.com.
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