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I would go for a wetsuit that isn't so expensive, like the swim skin Tri suit. It's easier to get off than the long suit, and you won't be in the water that long unless you're planning an Ironman. If buoyancy is your goal, you'll get plenty. If it is warmer water, go without a wetsuit. It's just one more hassle in transition.
As far as goggles are concerned, wear ones that fit. You should be able to press them to your eyes without the strap around the head and they will not fall off. If they do, you'll have an eye(s) full of water. Wear a good comfortable goggle, try them before you buy. Oh, and just watch out in the water and don't get close to a splashy, flailing swimmer.
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I agree with Elly, try before you buy. One time I literally tried every model in the store.
Most places will even let you return them after you buy them if they are uncomfortable.
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