43

Full Face Snorkel Mask

By: on May 11, 2017

No pressure and no shots of salt water down the hatch. Tribord introduced full-face snorkel masks about 3 years ago, and if the number of copies--like this one--now in production are any indication, snorkelers approve.

Full-face snorkel masks remove 3 major drawbacks of standard masks. One, they expand the perimeter of their waterproof seal to distribute pressure more evenly over your face, rather than concentrating it around the sinus-cavity-central that is your eyes and nose. It makes for a more comfortable and natural fit.

Two, they relocate the breath tube to the top of the mask, so you don't have to bite down on a mouthpiece, and take care to make your own watertight seal for the duration of your swim. You can also breathe through both your mouth and nose.

Third, a full-face mask expands your view range, particularly your peripheral view, to a wide 180 degrees.

Standard backflow prevention to keep water from sloshing into the mask and an anti-fog lens design are also included.

You can exhale into a non-name-brand full-face snorkel mask for 57% off for a limited time here, or you can check out Tribord's Easybreath mask here, and pay a little more for the original.

Note: the Dude Exclusives online store is hosted and managed by Stack Commerce, a third party not directly affiliated with DudeIWantThat.com. All order, customer service, and general inquiries should be submitted through the Dude Exclusives Customer Support page. Inquiries submitted through other contact forms or channels may not receive a timely response.