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Old 12-24-2008
RadSwim RadSwim is offline
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Originally Posted by madvet View Post
I don't think there would be any reason you couldn't do this with a Seal mask.
On the specific issue of the Seal mask: I wear one most of the time, because it is very comfortable. The lenses are thin plastic and the mask only lasts 1 - 2 years with gentle handling. They are prone to frame cracks, and to separation between the lens and the skirt. I am currently using my 3rd (amber), 5th (clear) and 8th (tinted) Seal Mask -- they just don't last. I would recommend a more durable platform for corrective lenses.

My optician has a limited selection of sport masks and swim goggles in stock and more in her catalog. I am sure your optician can find something that will work for you.

Good luck,
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