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Bought Tyr Special Ops 2.0 polarized and Tyr Nest Pro smoke
Special Ops 2.0 are clearly superior.
I am an intermediate level swimmer, 51 yo, 6'3" 195lb lifelong gym rat who has transitioned to swimming and road cycling for low impact purposes. I swim 1,500-1,700 yards 5 days a week outdoor lap pool in sunny Scottsdale, AZ. Nest Pro have no issues with leakage but fog up after approximately 400 yards and get significantly worse.
Special Ops have no leakage and better anti-fog performance and have a much better overall outdoor performance taking into account sun reflection, distortion and significantly larger underwater scope.
I read a large sample of reviews on both goggles that left me lacking confidence to determine which would be a better choice for me, but after buying and using both several times, Special Ops 2.0 are clearly superior. Don't waste your time with Nest Pro unless $5 price difference changes your life.
One caveat is after using both models, I suspect most users will benefit from purchasing either Cressi or Tyr Anti-Fog Spray at time of purchase if they swim greater than 500 yards per session.
These are a good value. I find these goggles to be very comfortable and relatively non-fogging. I also own these in black with "transition" lenses and liked them so much I ordered the white/polarized. They do help somewhat with cutting down glare. My only complaint is that the white pair seems to leak a little