Tribord Easybreath Snorkel Mask

Nov 5, 2015

Category: Gear

No one wants to be called a “mouth breather,” but there’s one time when that insult is actually useful: snorkeling. But since we’re all so accustomed to breathing through our noses, the sudden transition from nose breathing to mouth breathing can be a tad jarring. That’s why the Tribord Easybreath Snorkel Mask could be your next great pre-vacation purchase, as this invention promises to keep your mouth and nose open so you can breathe normally.

But wait, it gets even better. The Easybreath offers a wide 180-degree field of vision, has a special valve that closes the air tube when completely submerged (no big H2O gulps), and the double air-flow system is designed to quickly remove the moist air you’re exhaling, so the mask doesn’t fog up. And that’s important when you’re trying to see colorful fish or rare giant squids that know you eat a lot of calamari and are pissed about it. [Purchase]

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