HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR EASYBREATH MASK SIZE?

You've decided to go for an Easybreath mask? Here's how to pick your size to really get the most out of all of those underwater wonders.

To make the most of your Easybreath mask, it's essential to choose the right size for your face size. An Easybreath mask that's too small won't offer optimal comfort, too big and you could end up with uncomfortable leakage.

The Easybreath comes in 2 sizes that cover 90% of faces for men, women and children over 10 years of age :
- Size S/M for adults with thin faces, women, and children over 10 years old.
- Size M/L is the average size for an adult male.

Choosing the size of your Subea Easybreath mask in a Decathlon store

The best idea is to try both sizes in your store. Once the mask is tight on your face, if there's no space between your chin and the mask's silicon skirt, you've got the right size.

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Choosing the size of your Easybreath mask at home

If you can't get to a store, and prefer to order your Easybreath over the internet (www.decathlon.fr), here's how to choose your size :

- Close your mouth and measure the distance between the trough at the top of your nose and the bottom of your chin.

- If it's less than 12 cm (4.7"), go for size S/M.
If it's more than 12 cm (4.7") then pick size M/L.

- When you receive your Easybreath mask, put it on to check that there's no space between your chin and the bottom of the mask.

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Tips for putting your Easybreath mask on correctly

Size S/M

To put on a Size S/M mask, it's important to position your chin inside the mask as shown below :

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