The innovation behind the Easybreath mask

Many people don’t enjoy snorkeling anymore because it is so hard to breathe underwater through the snorkel. Breathing through the mouth feels unnatural, and the snorkel mouthpiece can be intrusive, uncomfortable and unhygienic.

This is why Decathlon invented the Easybreath - the first full-face snorkeling mask allowing you to breathe just as easily and naturally underwater as you would on land.  

The Easybreath provides a large and unobstructed 180° field of vision and will not fog up because it has an innovative dual air flow system, identical to the ones found in domestic extraction fans. Moreover, to stop water from re-entering the snorkel, the Easybreath mask is equipped with a mechanism which seals the top of the snorkel when it is submerged underwater. 

 

Behind the scenes of the Easybreath mask’s design

Discover the design process behind this innovative product

The Tribord design team carried out a study on the beaches of Europe, China and Brazil, and the results were very clear: snorkeling is often seen as difficult because breathing through the mouth using a snorkel feels unnatural. The mouthpiece is considered too intrusive, uncomfortable and not particularly hygienic. The field of vision is relatively narrow, and when the mask fogs up, you don’t get the best experience of the amazing underwater world.

Based on these observations, the Easybreath project was born. We set ourselves the objective of alleviating these problems and developing a product to encourage hundreds of thousands more people to experience the marvels of the underwater world with us.

 

How the Easybreath is revolutionizing the way we snorkel.

Breath through your mouth.  See 180° around you.  No water coming through the snorkiel.  No Fog.  Just relax and float.  

The Easybreath is so simple and effective that it will take your breath away!  Actually, it will just allow you to breathe under water like never before!  

We think that you will love it and here is a great video that explains the basics: