Bungee Straps for Swim Goggles

All swimmers have goggles and all swimmers know the struggle of having rubber straps. We all know how painful they can be. The straps pull on stray hairs and are difficult to move about when needed. A quick and easy way to fix the issue is to swap them out for a pair of bungee cords. Bungee cords are compatible with any pair of goggles. Bungee cords also greet kids because they can move them around themselves and this makes coaches so happy. It avoids the issue of kids dilly-dallying when fixing their goggles.

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They also last forever and can be bought at basically all sport stores and stores that have specifically only swim gear. Now when the straps have been put on they give a feeling of security when it comes down to the smallest details.

They also last forever and can be bought at basically all sport stores and stores that have specifically only swim gear. Now when the straps have been put on they give a feeling of security when it comes down to the smallest details.

When you first get your bungee cord you must remove the slide clip thingy. You do this by squishing the button on the clip which then allows the actual cord itself to slide out. Then you remove that stinky old silicon strap from the goggles that it was attached to. After you do that then you must put one end of the bungee cord through one of the very little holes in the goggle. This is quite difficult to do and frustrating, but trust me it’s worth it. So once you do the first hole with one end of the cord you must do the other hole using the other end of the cord. Make sure they are the same length. If they aren’t the same length, then adjust them. Now after this you slide to lock back on the cords to secure them. Then you can trim them if you desperately feel the need to. I don’t recommend it personally.

Now you may be wondering what I do with my silicone straps that suck. Well, you can either recycle them or you can keep them in case any of your other pairs of goggle straps snap. Possibly give them to a friend who’s straps just snapped. It’s the worst when you can’t swim because your goggles aren’t secure. So help a pal out.

I know this can be a bit difficult to follow, but I am sure once you do further research on how exactly to do this it will all come together. There isn’t really a specific brand of cords I’d recommend. Any brand of cords will really do, but I do recommend you steer clear of Speedo. Their products tend to not last very long. Kinda silly when you think of it.