The Swimmer’s Snorkel allows swimmers to focus on stroke technique without the interruption of turning the head to breathe. A silicone purge seat allows water to flow out of the snorkel without entering the mouthpiece. The center-mount design accommodates a full range of motion for butterfly, breaststroke and freestyle. Eliminating the need to breathe allows swimmers to relax in the water, maintain body alignment and improve stroke efficiency.
Features and benefits
Center-mount design allows for relaxation in the water in order to focus on stroke technique
One-way purge valve allows water to flow out of the tube without entering the mouthpiece
Hydrodynamic tube: curves around head to reduce drag and promote proper body position
Front positioning: perfect stability at any speed
Adjustable head bracket: makes for quick strap adjustment and a universal fit
Silicone mouthpiece: Soft, comfortable and flexible medical-grade silicone
Multiple strokes: stays in place for butterfly, breaststroke and freestyle, including flip turns
V02 Max: increases aerobic capacity
A legacy of innovation
In 1995, John Mix and Pablo Morales developed the first center-mount snorkel specifically designed for competitive swimming. The original idea for the Swimmer’s Snorkel emerged in John’s garage and received immediate validation from renowned coach and ultimate mentor, Nort Thorton. The very first prototypes of the Swimmer’s Snorkel were made of ABS sprinkler tubes and a unique molded head bracket.