Shinfin Pty Ltd was established in 2002, to develop shinfin™ leg fins and bring them to the world. Thank you very much for your interest.
I am passionate about designing shinfin™ leg fins to match the natural biomechanics of good swimmers. I aim to help all levels of swimmer to improve their technique and fitness, for swimming and many other water sports. Most important, is a proper streamlined body position with a natural streamlined kick. The end result, is fins that enhance the enjoyment and benefits of swimming and many other water sports.
Developing a revolutionary new fin that attaches to the legs is a long and exciting road. Of course it requires science, design engineering and a huge amount of prototyping and testing. But most essential is a good dose of humility. Because, in the end, it all comes down to some fundamental questions. Do the fins feel natural? Do people like using them?
So my heartfelt thanks go out to the thousands of people who have tried shinfin™ leg fins (prototypes and production) and who have been kind enough to give me their honest feedback.
For more about this design passion please see My Design Passion: Natural Swimming Fins.
Shinfin Pty Ltd
|Australian Company||Shinfin Pty Ltd|
|Australian Business Number||ABN:|
14 895 941 137
|Registered Company Address||1 North Arm Road|
|Managing Director, Inventor||Marc Lee|
(02) 9029 4044
+ 61 2 9029 4044
Australian Government Support
The AusIndustry™ R&D Start Program (Commonwealth Government of Australia) awarded us two grants for shinfin™ leg fins research and development. So we are very grateful for this support.
The Australian Technology Showcase (New South Wales Government, Australia) selected us for membership. This helped to develop export markets for shinfin™ leg fins. So we appreciate their assistance too.
University of Edinburgh Research
The University of Edinburgh (Scotland) helped our research with 3D video analysis of swimmers wearing shinfin™ leg fins. They did this research at their specially constructed swimming pool at their Centre for Aquatic Research and Education (CARE), at the Department of Physical Education Sports and Leisure Studies (PESLS). So many thanks for this research.