Swedes. They take some fiddling and experimenting to get nose-bridge right, but once you do - it's bliss. I used to be desperate about removing my goggles between each set, but these changed it. Me and my girlfriend are converts, and for the pool I wouldn't try anything else. I even raced a few OWS events in them, but I'm terrified of a kick to the face.
Alternatively, try a Swedish-like racing goggle with a low-profile rubber, like the Tyr Tracer. The shape makes them basically a Swedish goggle, but the rubber allows a bit of leeway.
Most importantly, and this applies to any goggle: If you need to cinch it tight, it's the wrong goggle for you! A well-fitting goggle should basically require very minimal tension in the straps.
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