We have a wide selection of masks, many seemingly very similar. The best advice is to go for the most expensive you can justify, as the quality of the skirt (the part that sits against your face and seals to keep the water out) has a direct correlation between cost and quality (ie how soft and supple the skirt is). The more supple the mask the better it will seal against your face. Most quality masks will seal when your face stays in one position but better quality masks will also remain sealed as your face changes shape, such as when you smile or laugh.
The size, shape and position of the lenses in the mask will affect your view. The closer the lens to your eyes or the larger the lenses the wider your view. Often masks will have a raked back profile where the bottom of the lenses is angled inwards towards your face, this increases the view down your body.
If you are unsure which would be suitable for you please contact us.