Open water and triathlon goggles tend to have bigger lenses and offer a wider peripheral vision. And they will often have a mirrored or polarised lens to protect your eyes from UV rays, prevent poor visibility and the distraction of sun glare bothering you while you swim. Mirrored lenses are good at reflecting light away from your eyes on bright days but can give a dark view on duller days, while polarised lenses cut out reflected light but give a normal view on darker days. Racing goggles are smaller and sit snug in the eye socket, while the fitness category for recreational swimmers tends to be somewhere between the two.
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