Challenge Family dual-branded Attack goggles
Zone3 are absolutely delighted to be working with the Challenge Family brand. With their highly prestigious races and global presence in the world of tri sports, we feel it's the perfect fit for us, as the world's highest-rated triathlon brand.
Ultra soft silicone gaskets for comfort and protection
Polarized mirror lenses to reduce sun glare off the water
Photochromatic lenses adapt to the conditions
Anti Fog treated lenses and 100% UVA/UVB protection
- Curved lenses for outstanding peripheral vision
About Challenge Family
Based in Amberg, Germany, Challenge Family is the leading global triathlon festival race series. With over 40 races annually across 26 host countries, Challenge Family is the fastest growing mass endurance triathlon brand in the world. Challenge Family offers events for everyone with a festival character so that everyone can share in the triathlon experience, from professionals to age-groupers.
Zone3 Attack Goggles
Zone3’s Attack Goggle is flexible in more ways than one. The perfect goggle for both open water and pool swimming and the soft silicone frame, easy adjust straps and ultra-soft silicon gaskets means they fit perfectly on a wide variety of head and face sizes/shapes.
The feedback we get on these goggles is phenomenal any many swimmers never look at any other style once they have tried the Attack. We highly recommend giving them a try.
The curvature of the lenses means they give excellent peripheral vision and the ultra-soft silicon gaskets help cushion the impact if you are unfortunate enough to get knocked.
The polarised mirror lenses minimise the sun glare and the anti-fog coating and 100% UVA/UVB protection means your vision will be crystal clear for the duration of your swim.
Anti-fog protection gives crystal clear vision whilst the photochromatic lenses automatically darken in brighter conditions and remain clear in low light conditions.
If you are looking for comfort and performance, you can’t go wrong with Attack Goggle.
Please Note: Descriptions talks about photochromatic and polarised lenses. The goggles are either photochromatic OR polarised, not both.