Nabaiji’s latest innovation constitutes a real asset for the world of swimming. With its interchangeable lenses, Selfit goggles adapt to suit all types of swimming and light conditions, both indoors and outdoors. What’s more, the Selfit frame can also incorporate corrective lenses providing short-sighted swimmers with better visibility in the water.
Selfit: Customise your swim!
Create your own tailor-made eyewear to suit your vision and your swimming conditions: that’s the deal promised by Nabaiji’s Selfit goggles. It was a challenge that seemed far from easy when the design teams first started to draw up their ideas: it boiled down to creating a frame onto which corrective or tinted lenses could be easily and independently clipped. The Selfit frame can now be used in combination with three types of lenses – clear, tinted and mirror. For short-sighted swimmers, lenses are sold in a range of strengths, designed to accommodate those whose left and right eyes require different degrees of correction.
Tinted and corrective lenses
Packs of tinted lenses will be available from Decathlon stores as of March 2016. Corrective lenses are available in countries where their sale is permitted under national legislation (Germany, China, Croatia, Spain, Hungary, India, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Romania, the UK, Slovakia and Taiwan).