Compared to its peers, the Barracuda prescription goggle is wildly comfortable and doesn’t mark the undereyes like so many models do.
As a nearsighted swimmer, I like being able to see clearly, but also being able to get a reasonably-priced prescription without a lot of hassle. For most people, the left and right eye are similar in terms of the diopter needed, so buying a “fixed strength” swim goggle, rather than goggles where you buy the left and right lens independently, is a good deal. The Barracuda H2Rx Prescription Swim Goggle fits this approach.
This goggle is available in diopters of -1.5 to -10.0 which should cover the vast majority of swimmers. The goggle comes in a blue lens with blue frame or a smoke lens with black frame. It comes with 3 different nose bridges which allows for a lot of adjustment for face shape and size.
The quality is typical of Barracuda, with a great seal. The strap is a double type strap which stays in place better during turns and push-offs.