Freediving Masks at Diving Sports Canada

At Diving Sports Canada in Vancouver, we understand the importance of having the right equipment for a successful freediving experience. Our selection of freediving masks from top brands like Beuchat, Salvimar, Cressi, Riffe, and Seac ensures you have access to high-quality gear designed for clarity, comfort, and performance underwater.

Why Choose a Freediving Mask?

Freediving masks are specifically designed to provide a low internal volume, which makes equalizing easier and allows for better visibility underwater. A good freediving mask fits snugly to prevent water from leaking in, ensuring a clear and unobstructed view.

Key Features of Our Freediving Masks

  • Low Internal Volume: Freediving masks are designed with a low internal volume to minimize the amount of air you need to equalize as you descend. This feature is crucial for freedivers who need to conserve their air supply and reduce the effort required to equalize.
  • High-Quality Lens: Our masks feature high-quality tempered glass lenses that offer excellent clarity and durability. Some masks also come with anti-fog coatings to ensure a clear view throughout your dive.
  • Comfortable Fit: A comfortable and secure fit is essential for a good freediving mask. Our masks come with soft, hypoallergenic silicone skirts that provide a watertight seal and reduce pressure on your face. Adjustable straps ensure a customized fit for different face shapes and sizes.
  • Wide Field of View: The design of our masks ensures a wide field of view, allowing you to take in more of the underwater scenery and spot your targets more easily. This is particularly important for freediving, where situational awareness is key.
  • Two Windows vs. One for a Freediving Mask?

  • Two-Window Masks: These masks have separate lenses for each eye, which can provide a better fit for some face shapes. They often offer a classic look and can be easier to clear if they flood.
  • One-Window Masks: These masks have a single lens that provides an uninterrupted field of view, which many divers prefer for the wide, panoramic vision. They also tend to have a lower internal volume, making them easier to equalize.
  • Mirrored Lenses vs. Clear Lenses?

  • Mirrored Lenses: These lenses reduce glare and provide better visibility in bright conditions. They can also make it harder for marine life to see your eyes, potentially allowing you to get closer.
  • Clear Lenses: Clear lenses offer natural color rendition and are better suited for low-light conditions or when diving in murky waters. They provide a true view of the underwater environment without altering the colors.
  • Shop Freediving Masks at Diving Sports Canada

    Visit Diving Sports Canada in Vancouver or browse our online catalog to explore our extensive range of freediving masks. Our knowledgeable staff is ready to assist you in finding the perfect mask to enhance your underwater adventures. Equip yourself with high-quality freediving masks from Diving Sports Canada and dive with confidence, comfort, and clarity.