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Reviewer: Jacqua K.Caribbean Full Foot Fins - I really have nothing to compare these to. I am a complete novice at owning fins! I have never owed fins before, just borrowed. Went snorkeling in Bahamas and they seemed to work just fine! They seem to fit OK. They are a little large for my feet, but not so large that I wanted to go thru the hassle of returning them and trying another size, given the fact that I ordered them immediately before we were leaving for the Bahamas and didnt have the time. And not so large that they fell off my feet.....so I was ok with that. I think the fins themselves are a little large for what I want or need.....but Im going to use them for doing laps in the swimming pool anyway. I am sure this...View Full Review
Reviewer: Chad W.New diver: Oceanic V6 full foot split fins review. - I bought these fins to replace the Aeris velocity full foot fins. I used the Aeris fins for one dive trip and also about 6 months doing a mile or more nonstop, 3 to 5 days a week keeping in shape at the community pool. The back of the heels split on me but they still work. I did get a lot of good use out of them. The fins worked nicely, producing good propulsion with less strain on the quadriceps. The Aeris velocity fins feel a bit light weight and flimsy compared to the Oceanic V6 split fins. The V6 have stiff rails down both sides of each. The stiffer fins are more work on the quadriceps, they are harder to kick but seem to give more propulsion per kick, so I believe fewer kicks gives...View Full Review
Reviewer: zong-guang s hufirst set of split fins, Stiff action. - Moving from the traditional paddle fins to these, I was surprised to find that these fins are pretty stiff, Stiffer than my old US diver paddle fins, which I can bend with my hands. I cant bend these without snapping them in two, though I havent tried to put that much force on them. When kicking in the water, these fins do not flap like wings. I guess if I were to compare these to fishing poles, I was call it Heavy action. 35-55Lbs LOL. To sum up, I guess thats what they mean by High Performance, Stiffer means, less of the springing delayed action I was expecting from being split for flutter kicks. I cant compare the performance between these fins and my old ones as they are different...View Full Review
Reviewer: Paul R.Zippy fins! - The Mares Avanti Tre Superchannel fins were excellent! Comfortable and efficient at all kick styles. Only negative was that they were slightly large for my narrow heels. Have to wear 2mm wet socks on my 10.5 feet. Ordered the large and maybe a size smaller would be better. Should not be a problem for normal heels.
Reviewer: David R.High Performance - Low Priced Fins - I bought a pair of these to use on a cruise we took. I normally use a pair of jetfin style fins when taking a diving trip, but needed to keep the luggage lite. I accually bought my daughter a pair of these 2 years ago and she uses them for scuba diving trips. They are lite weight, give you enough power for snorkeling or scuba diving and the foot pocket is very flexable and feels good on your foot without having to wear extra socks or boots. Great fin for the money!
Reviewer: Gordon O.Perfect Choice for my Budget - These fins are tough, durable, and seem to be allowing my feet to grow accustomed to them - Im developing callouses where I need them. Theyre extremely inexpensive yet do the job well. I have wide feet and these are ALMOST too narrow. I swim laps in a pool for 30 min 3-5x/week. "Swim" fins, as opposed to snorkel/scuba fins, lack the resistance I need for a good workout. So, I use snorkel/scuba fins. Other Fins Ive used. Ive been wearing out a pair of cheap fins every 18-24 mos. They tend to break down where rubber and plastic are joined. Add to that, prior fins have tended to chafe my little toes. (Ive got wide feet.) Theyve given me blisters and Ive had to tape up my toes...View Full Review
Reviewer: Jim D.Oceanic U.S.A. ``Limited Edition`` Viper Full Foot Fins Review - $29.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - I ordered them since I wanted something inexpensive to take on vacation to snorkel and leave my scuba fins and booties at home. They worked fine and suited their purpose. The picture doesnt do them justice though. It isnt kind of a cool purple, but full on red, white and blue...View Full Review
Reviewer: Roy HubbardComfortable full foot fins - These fins are comfortable and they perform well. They have a larger blade than the average slip on fin which makes for good propulsion but they also bump together occasionally. I took both these fins and my conventional fins on a week long diving trip last month and by the end of the week these were the only fins I was using.
Reviewer: Robert E. E.Great fins for underwater hockey - the full-foot fin is a must for underwater hockey players and these came highly recommended. and they delivered! these are extremely comfy, snug-fitting fins (i have wide feet) with lots of stored potential energy (stiff). that is exactly what i was looking forfins built for speed. my uw hockey buddies thought they would make my legs tired in short order, but even after 1.5 hours of bottom time in a 12-foot pool playing at a fairly intense level) much more vigorously than i would if i was scuba diving) i didnt get a cramp or even feel fatigued. in fact, i felt they made me noticeably faster than i had swam previously. i suspect they would be appreciated by others who seek speed (free divers...View Full Review