|Size||XS (US Male 1-3 / US Female 2-4)|
|Number of Items||1|
|Included Components||Long Floating Fin 1-3 Blue/Yellow|
|Item Model Number||1.05.037.03|
|Product Dimensions||53.3 x 27.9 x 5.1 cm; 450 Grams|
FINIS Long Floating Fins
- The long floating fins increase leg strength and help athletes swim at faster speeds
- With its long, hydrodynamic blade, the long floating fins add propulsion to butterfly and flutter kick
- Buoyancy from the fins lifts legs to the surface, reducing drag from the rest of the body
- The long floating fins' closed heel design provides protection against hyperflexion of ankles and increases comfort
- Great for all ages and levels of swimming, the long floating fins are color-coded by size,
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Long Floating Fins 1-3 Blue/Yellow. The long floating fins increase leg strength and help athletes swim at faster speeds. With its long. hydrodynamic blade. the long floating fins add propulsion to butterfly and flutter kick. Buoyancy from the fins lifts legs to the surface. reducing drag from the rest of the body.
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A year ago I took up regular freestyle (front crawl) swimming because I'd heard that it was good for relieving and repairing back pain. Until then I'd been an unrefined but competent swimmer who rarely swam. Since then, I've been swimming 2-3 times a week; building stamina and gradually learning technique via a swim website.
By the time I purchased these fins, I had a decent level of fitness and a basic understanding of what I should be trying to do/think about in the water. Fins were the next step.
To determine my required fin size I used the provided "Visual Reference Guide" (i.e. by carefully measuring the length and breadth of my feet). For me, this worked - my fins fit perfectly (they're snug without chafing and they don't fall off when I swim). The fins don't look particularly flashy (fine by me) but they do look well made and they float (as claimed), which is useful. They also come in a carry bag with handle. The fins respond exactly as I'd hoped when performing swimming drills: they provide a huge boost to propulsion, allowing me to concentrate on body alignment and stroke technique without having to work too hard. Equally, when I use the fins for leg position/strength drills, I can feel the positional improvement when I swim fin-less afterwards, and I feel muscle fatigue in the right places the following day.
To date, I can see no reason to fault these fins. I'll add to this review if my impressions change over time.
These ones seem really good quality and my wee boy loves them. Looking forward to trying them in the water.
That said I think that you’ve got your sizing wrong! I bought as 3-5 but didn’t check the European size which is actually 35-37, I’d expect that to be 36-38. My son has blisters ☹️