Easybreath Snorkeling Mask
Making underwater breathing a cinch
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Getting ready for spring break? You might want to check out the Easybreath Snorkeling Mask, which could revolutionize your underwater experience.
Snorkeling is an amazing adventure, but the mask and snorkel can be cumbersome and awkward. So Tribord—a French-based watersport company—started researching how to solve those issues. Its developers came up with the Easybreath Snorkeling Mask.
Say goodbye to the traditional snorkel that forces you to breath from your mouth. The Easybreath has a full-face mask that allows for “natural” breathing and won’t impede your view of the reef. The mask gives you a wide field of vision and there’s a slick plug at the top of the snorkel to prevent water from getting in when you dive. The company claims the mask is completely fog-free.
While it will make you look a bit like a colorful Darth Vader, the Easybreath does seem to make underwater breathing and exploring a cinch.