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Why This Will Totally Change the Way You Snorkel

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - November 4, 2016

We all love to snorkel — there’s something visceral about breathing underwater, the only sounds the vibrations in the water, the darting of fish.

It’s one of the great draws for adventurers in the Caribbean — the chance to explore the world beneath the sea in an easy, comfortable way.

But too often snorkeling can be uncomfortable — whether it’s not being able to find the right tightness for your mask, or a leaky tube. It means coming up for air too often and it can ruin a snorkeling experience.

That’s where this gadget comes in, something that could change snorkeling forever.

Easybreath

The Tribord Easybreath is a great option, especially for elementary snorkelers.

It’s called the Tribord Easybreath snorkeling mask, and it’s a revolutionary design that takes away all of the potential pitfalls of snorkeling and streamlines everything into a single-piece, combination mask and snorkel.

More importantly, It’s the first mask that allows you to breathe naturally through your nose and mouth just as you would above water — not through a tube.

And because the transparent mask covers your face, there’s a much wider, 180-degree field of vision that doesn’t fog up thanks to a dual air-flow system.

Available in three colors, the Easybreath has a silicon skirt and a polypropylene rim and is even lighter than you’d expect.

We tested the Easybreath fully on a recent snorkeling trip in Dominica and were thoroughly impressed; it’s something that will radically change your snorkeling for the better.

And it doesn’t hurt that you feel like Darth Vader underwater, and that’s priceless.

To get yours, find the Easybreath here.

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