I wear a women size 7 I was wanting to know what size I would wear thanks in advance?
PAMELA L we bought a men's size and they were fine. can't say exactly about smaller sizes but he likes how they work and fit.
SAULO T You probably wanna try to get a small or medium size, if they don't have it you can't try to get the large ones. You need to remember that the straps will adjust so the fins won't be falling off. Also if you buy the large size try to get a big pair of neoprene boots, not large in size just bulky to try to fill the extra space on your fins. I personally can tell you that the fins are great I am very rough with them, I used them everyday for a year, in the pool and in the ocean and they never disappoint me, but I wear I size 12 men. If does are the fins that you want, go for it they are great, they offer they right amount of resistant for both male and female making every kick count, but if you haven't make up your mind yet buy a pair that will fit you properly.
JANELLE F I wear a women size 7 or 7 1/2, 5mm boots and I wear a large fin. They run a little small. Enjoy!
EDDIE S I wear a men's size 8 shoe and purchased the "Large" size of these fins. They have worked well for me and the size is good with a snug fitting boot. I am not very familiar with women's sizes of shoes so I am not sure of the direct comparison. The fins do have a pretty good amount of adjustment, so I would think you would be okay using the large as well.
As far as the fins themselves go; they are great for the price. I bought these to replace a pair of ScubaPro Jet fins that I have had for years; but I lost one in the Cooper River in Charleston, SC and could not afford to get another set. The fins are no way as "stiff" as the Jet fins, but I do like the ability to adjust them "on-the-fly" versus having to have them pre-fitted and squeezing them on. Hope this helps!
RONALD F Sorry, I purchased 3 sets of fins and have not made it to Oregon for trials...