Silicone Mask & Snorkel Sets
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Adults 2 Piece Diving
If you’re new to diving or snorkelling, it’s essential that you get kitted out with all the right equipment before getting in the water, both for your safety and enjoyment. Two Bare Feet’s range of 2-piece adult snorkel sets feature your choice of both mask and snorkel – the two absolute essentials for your first snorkelling adventure.
Available in a huge array of colours, shapes and sizes, our sets are impressively affordable, without ever compromising on quality. Whether you want to try your hand at a new sport or have a more interesting swimming experience on your holiday, we have the perfect set for you.
When swimming underwater, your mask is your new best friend, allowing you to have a personal view of the sights below the surface. Every mask included with our two-piece snorkel gear benefits from a super soft silicone skirt making them incredibly comfy to wear, even for long periods of time, and reduces the risk of those pesky red marks on your face. The silicone material extends to the mask straps, which are fully adjustable and minimise the risk of your mask slipping when underwater.
All our masks also feature a premium tempered glass lens providing optimum protection for your eyes, as well as being scratch-resistant. When deciding on your perfect snorkelling set, you have the choice between either a double or single lens mask. For a panoramic view, go for a single lens, but try a double lens if you want a lightweight mask – perfect for packing into your suitcase.
Our snorkelling kits are completed with either a standard or a dry top snorkel. Our standard snorkels are ideal for swimming along the water’s surface – excellent for getting into the pool. The silicone mouth piece guarantees comfort, whilst the large splash guard helps prevent any water entering the top of the tube.
Alternatively, pick a dry top snorkel for an unparalleled diving experience. Their specially engineered valve technology ensures that no water will enter the top of the snorkel tube, meaning you can dive and fully submerge yourself without swallowing a mouthful of water. If you're going to be spending a lot of time in the water you may want to consider a wetsuit to keep the chill of the water away.