Sporasub Mystic Freediving Mask
The mask is made with just two components - the polycarbonate mask frame and the skirt in liquid silicone, which mechanically hold the lenses, without the use of the usual lens rings.
This design limits encumbrances and reduces the inner volume of the mask.
The fact that there are no lens rings also increases the visual field around the external perimeter of the lens.
The protruding strap regulation teeth have been increased in order to allow for greater regulation.
The buckles are made in acetylic resin in order to increase traction and flexion strain.
They are tightly connected to the mask body making the face free to adapt to the shape of your face.
Their rotation, downwards and upwards, has a maximum angle of about 70 degrees.
The front panel, in TPR, is moulded in the mask body; however, the mask can be disassembled in order to replace standard lenses with prescription lenses.
Both the mask frame and the skirt have a non-reflecting satin finish.
INTERNAL VOLUME: 130cm
Generally, the design, construction and materials are superb, but the strap buckles come off the side of the frame and are rigid. This can be an area of concern as these types of buckles can break, especially if you like to put your mask in your foot pockets when not in use. That said, they have been made quite chunky and it will take a fair bit of force to break them. The only other potential negative is the large space between the two lenses. This does not seem to bother me, but I know a couple of guys that find it very noticeable and don't like it. Overall this is a great mask and one of the top masks in this review."