- Walk easier & safer.
- Dive, turn, flip-turn & wall push off.
- Climb pool steps & boat ladders.
- Drop-knee on bodyboards.
- Kneel on kneeboards.
- Stand on surfboards.
- Evolve to feet free fins.
- Safer & more fun than old flippers.
Finally, fins on legs
Would you like to walk safely without the duck-feet of regular flippers or improve safety in the water?
Regular foot flippers cramp your style, both in the water and on land. Do flippers restrict your feet and reduce your fun in the water? What accidents have you had with flippers?
Obviously, for your feet to feel comfortable and natural, your fins must be on your legs, not on your feet. Now you can enjoy fins that make it easier to swim, turn and push off the wall. Maybe you will like fins that make it is easier and safer to walk, dive in and get out of the water? Perhaps you need fins that leave your feet free for easier board riding? Read on to learn more. Or contact me. I’d love to discuss how shinfin
Swim with unrestricted feet & relaxed ankles
They let you swim properly with natural foot movements and relaxed, flexible ankles. This is how good swimmers swim so they give you the best swim style. Their natural feel is enhanced by their lightness – see Strong Light Fins and Strong Light Fins Reviews. Regular foot flippers, on the other hand, restrict your feet, strain your ankles backwards and ruin your swim kick technique.
Walk easier and safer
These fins let you walk into and out of the water, even across rocky shorelines. They lie on top of your foot and flex when your ankle bends. So these fins leave your feet free to walk naturally. Easier walking means less chance of accidentally falling over, so more safety. Conversely, foot flippers are harder to walk in, so they can trip you up and cause dangerous accidents
Climb steps and ladders
You can climb up and down steps and ladders much more easily. So you can climb into and out of pools. Furthermore, you can climb on and off boats. In contrast, foot flippers are cumbersome and more dangerous for climbing up or down anything
Fins that let you dive in
Your feet are free to grip the ground and curl your toes around the pool edge. So you can dive in normally and safely. Conversely, foot flippers cover your feet and toes, making it harder and more dangerous to dive in
Easier turns and push-off
They allow easier wall turns and flip (tumble) turns. The fins leave the soles of your feet available to grip and push off the wall. In contrast, foot flippers make it much harder to push off from the wall. The suction against the wall can even pull the foot flipper off.
Feet free to ride boards
Feet free fins let you stand, kneel and drop-knee on surfboards, bodyboards and kneeboards. When you stand, the soles of your feet grip your board and the fins bend as your ankles bend, with only the fin tips touching your board. Kneel or drop-knee with your toes pointing straight behind, and the fins lie along your shins and the tops of your feet. Kneel or drop-knee with the balls of your feet on your board, and the fins flex comfortably around the front of your ankles. But flippers restrict your movements on boards – just try it!
Feet free swim fins
Enjoy the natural feel of your feet using these swim fins for swim learning, swim instruction, swim fitness, swim technique, swim training, aqua aerobics, aquatic therapy and monofin swimming. With your feet free your ankles are supple and relaxed too.
Feet free surf fins
Optimize control on the waves with your feet unrestricted feet by these fins for body surfing, boogie & bodyboarding, kneeboarding, river boarding and surfing. With your feet free you avoid the blisters, toe cramps and foot pain common with foot flippers in the surf, as well as the ankle strain, pain and injury.
Feet free underwater fins
Relax your kick underwater with your feet unrestrained by these fins for snorkeling, skin & scuba diving, spear fishing and freediving. With your feet free, you avoid the foot pain and arch cramps common to snorkelers and scuba divers with foot flippers, as well as the calf muscle cramps and strain.