|Size||1/2 UK (33/34 EU)|
|Item Model Number||DP183033|
|Product Dimensions||32 x 15 x 10 cm; 520 Grams|
Cressi Light Swimming Fins (Made in Italy)
- Cressi fins designed specifically for the pool and for training
- The short blade is made from highly reactive and light materials to guarantee agile and not very tiring, but still effective kicking
- The length of the blade and the materials used have been studied to enable perfect muscle training, without ever causing painful cramps
- Ultra durable
- Lightweight,ideal for travel
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Cressi fins designed specifically for the pool and for training.The short blade is made from highly reactive and light materials to guarantee agile and not very tiring, but still effective kicking.The length of the blade and the materials used have been studied to enable perfect muscle training, without ever causing painful cramps.The side of the blade is protected by a soft elastomer profile to prevent possible damage to other swimmers.The computer-designed foot is made completely from soft elastomers, and its highly anatomical shape houses the foot with a great degree of comfort, even during long swim sessions.The special conformation of the wide-soled foot makes inserting the foot easy and smooth.These fins have been specifically designed for training and to build up muscles, but they can also be profitably used for snorkelling and swimming, where the small size of the blade makes it easier to enter and come out of the water
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I’ll still be keeping them, for holidays. They are light compared to other fins and a comfortable fit. Walking around in them is difficult.
So this is an update several weeks after I bought them. I use them for every swimming session (i changed pools) and they are awesome. They are light and are not big. I use them to build strength in my lower back and legs. I had a car accident in which I sustained a lot of back and lower limb damage which left me with atrophy and weakness, Ive seen a significant difference in my swimming speed. I think it's important to let you know I always warm up, so do 4 laps in my pool before putting them on. Some fins can cause cramps - I've not had this issue with doing a warmup.
Hope this review helps. Merry Christmas everyone.
When I sat on the widening-fancy steps (which have support rails on each side) at the pool entrance, to put the fins on, I had no idea what was about to happen! I stepped down into the deeper water - and my feet shot from under me, there was no way that I could stand up in that 4ft+ uniform depth water - it was like standing on a surface slippery as ice! I flutter kicked on my back to the end wall - more "uncomfortable" - (thinking I would have little opportunity for any rest at all - just keep swimming all the time) - than I had ever been since my days of learning to swim at 21. I tried to stand up again - no go - so got out (after a major struggle "inching" my way along to reach the end of pool conventional ladder) - and bid farewell to my attempts at using those fins!
The reason for the underside of the fins poor contact with the pool floor was apparent on examination. The undersides had 2 ridges (rather like car window ice scrapers) extending from the underside of the foot pocket, diminishing in height until the ridges merged with with the flatter toe end of the fins. No wonder it was difficult, or next to impossible in my case, to keep ones balance while standing on the "ice-scraper" edges. Let's face it - swim fins are meant to be used while swimming - not standing or tramping around! I don't suppose for one moment that the floor of the DWfitness club 20m leisure pool I use is much different from that of other pools. Ah well, that was another idea that crashed out! Rolling Eyes
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They are painful only on my THIGHS - which means as a training aid they are doing what they are suppose to.
As a training aid, when I then take them off and use my own strength, I have found they have really improved my previous lazy kicking.
The only slight negative is that they are negative buoyancy (they sink) - in the pool this won't be a problem, in the sea...well just hope I don't drop them - but not going to knock a star off just for that as these are training fins, not pucker diving fins.
Have used in the pool for a training session and they felt secure on my feet even when swimming hard.
Fins are flexible and not rigid so fits in my swim bag.
Comes in a clear plastic bag which will need to be replaced with a proper fin bag eventfully.
Ok to the review of the product unfortunately I have not been to use the fins in the open water, however they fit very well I'm a size 11 ordered 10-11 and they fit nice and snug, the size of the fins is a nice size not to big just perfect for swimming front crawl, colour of blue and black is very nice😁😁 !! So people I will get around to using them and try and give an update when I do so!! I cant wait!! 🏊♂️🏊♂️😎😎🏊♂️🏊♂️