Average Customer Review: based on 14 reviews.Rating: Full foot fins
I wear an 11 1/2 shoe and have a medium width foot. What size of these fins should I order?
Hello Jeff, since you are in-between sizes I would suggest a different fin. The Fin that would work well for you would be the Oceanic Vortex V-6 Full Foot Dive Fins web link: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-21/013341/Oceanic-Vortex-V-6-Full-Foot-Fins.html. If you have any other questions or would like to place an order please feel free to give us a call at 1.800.347.2822.
I have used yellow blade cressi garas for snorkeling/spearfishing for over 30 years. Took meticulous care of them. The rubber foot pocket is starting to crack. I am thinking about this as a replacement fin. I wear ONeil sock booties. I think 3mm. I wear an 8 1/2 shoe and am wondering what fin size to buy to accommodate my foot and the booty.
i dive with an oceanic boot 13 bith adjustable straps split fins. i dive mostly cayman warm waters. imooking for a split fin full foot to eliminate the boots and one more piece of equipment. my shoe sze ranges between 12-12 eee any suggestions?
I wear 6.5 shoe and have a medium width foot. What size of these fins should I order if I wear diving boots at the same time?Is there any recommendation for the boots?
Hi! I usually wear a size 8.5 shoe, but sometimes a 9, depending on how the sizes run. Just wondering if anyone knows if these fins run large/small and what size I should order. Thanks!!
Just got thru w/a week at Ocho Rios, the diving was great! I rented my gear there & used my first set of a full foot fins in an X-LG. My shoe size is 13-14 EE. What fins would your recommend for a guy with wide feet? The closed foot type or the buckle\strap model that uses a bootie?
I have been diving with the mares raptor fins but recently have had knee surgery. I am taking a cruise and want to do some snorkeling. Which fin would you say causes the least pressure on the knee. I wear a 12-13. Thank you
My foot size is 10.5 and I have a wide foot (E). Can you recommend a fin for diving in the Caribbean? I prefer something of high quality but light for easy traveling. Thanks.
im looking at getting some fins, im into free diving and these are going to be my first. so are the TUSA FF-19 X-Pert Evolution Full Foot Dive Fins good for free diving? if not what can you recommend at the cheapest price for cold water?
These will not work very well for free diving in cold water. A adjustable strap fin and boots would be better. http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-20/014002/Mares-Plana-Avanti-X3--Dive-Fins.html
I am size 13 D width. Looking to purchase full foot split fin for warm water dives. Will also be ordering fin socks. Any suggestions? Was looking at Tusa FF-19x. Want to keep price around $50.00 total. Thanks, Marty
FF-19 - TUSA FF 19 X-Pert Evolution Full Foot Fins
The FF-19 X-Pert Evolution full foot fins combine Propeller-fin technology, TUSA’s multi-flex blade system and patented Angled Blade Design.
The FF-19 provides more speed and power with less effort and fatigue than traditional paddle blade full-foot fins. The FF-19 is a thin, lightweight design ideal for snorkeling and travel, yet it generates maximum performance and comfort with minimum strain on the leg muscles when using a small bent-knee kick with a light rhythm.
> Innovative hydrofoil design and hybrid rib produce greater forward motion (lift) both on the surface and under the water
> 20° Angled Blade Design for maximum efficiency and propulsion
> Propeller-fin technology and super lightweight design achieve the ultimate performance with less effort
> Open-toe full foot pocket provides superb comfort and support
> Color: Black (Metallic Silver/Black), Blue (Blue/Black)
> Sizes: XS, S, M, ML, L, XL
TUSA’s advanced split fins employ Propeller-FinTM Technology, which delivers ultra-high performance with a low amplitude rapid flutter kick. As the fin moves through the water its two wing-shaped surfaces create lift and forward propulsion like a propeller. Any water traveling over the top of the blade is funneled into and out of the split between the blades. Efficiency is increased while drag and effort is reduced.
Angled Blade Design (A.B.D.)
A standard flat fin inhibits propulsion solely by fault of design. An angle between the heel of the foot and the calf of the leg remains when the leg is extended to kick. This angle causes approximately 10% of the propulsion to be lost. The Angled Blade Design accommodates for this anatomical characteristic and ensures maximum efficiency throughout the kicking cycle.