I'm stumped many different recommendations on size. I wear a women's 81/2 or 9 my husband is a 10-101/2 we are right in the middle not sure what size to get. Just started diving want to upgrade from a pair of cheap basic fins we have now how are these?
Order one size larger! I needed size 11-12 for my size 10 1/2 feet!
I wear a men's tennis shoe size in Nike 11 1/2 and New Balance 11. The size fins that fit me well were the 11-12 (size large). I originally ordered a size smaller because fins sometimes run big. The size smaller (medium) was too tight. My father is about a foot size and a half smaller than me and they fit him nice and snug. I suggest for your husband he try the mediums. As for your size, I'm not sure what your size translates to in a men's size. I will be using them for the first time in late April. They seem very nice and much better constructed then the Cressi Pluma that I had which only lasted 7 or 8 dives before splitting. Just so you know, LeisurePro offers a guaranteed exchange if it doesn't fit but you are responsible for the shipping back. Good luck!
My wife wears a small, her shoe size is a 9. I bought and wore the large for my size 10.5-11 . They are incredibly light, and strong. I had to order a second pair as mine are currently being used by a dive master in Jamaica who fell in love with them...
Recommend you order the 2 closed sizes and try them both on and return the ones that don't fit. Leisure pro usually has free return shipping on fins and wet suits so you can try different brands and sizes
I wear a 7-8 women's shoe and the SMALL fits, so you might want to go the next size up, keeping in mind that feet tend to swell when you travel (at least mine do!).
They're great fits, especially for travel, they will fit in the larger carry-on.
We love these fins. We each have two pair (one as a back up or a student). Good reliable full foot fins at a reasonable cost. And if you dive frequently in tropical sandy water, theres no need for boots! If you dive in rocky areas, do a lot of shore diving, or dive in colder water, you might not want a full fin. I wear an 8.5 women's and bought a small. Boyfriend wears a 9.5 men and we got him a medium. Perfect fit. We also have the same fins but with the spring straps to wear with boots. We love them! Good buy! ;)
I wear a men's 9 1/2 tennis shoe. I bought the size 9/10 fin. Right out of the box, they were too tight to put on easily and they were uncomfortable once I got them on. I used an empty wine bottle (strange, I know, but it was the right shape) to stretch them out over a few days and now they fit snugly but comfortably.
My wife wears a women's size 10 and the size 9/10 fins fit perfectly.
They are a good buy for a inexpensive fin. I bought mine as a back up and used them only once. I remember them as being true to size. I wear a 10 1/2 - 11 and I believe I got the XL. It is snug, but not to tight. I have them stored in the Philippines now with a lot of other dive gear. So I do not have to carry them on the airlines all the time.
Funny they are a much better fin. Then the more expensive Scubapro Twin Jet. Which is a worthless fin. So bad I gave mine away. After using them only once. They were wet noodle fins and had no power.
Another good buy for a inexpensive fin is the Mares Avanti HP Full Foot Fins. I have bought about 6 pairs over the years. I bought for myself or for gifts. I am a big fan of Mares fins. I consider the Mares Avanti HP fin. The best bang for the buck. They are a little more comfortable then the Scubapro Jet Sport fin, but the Scubapro Jet Sport is a little more powerful.
I wear a mens 10-10 1/2 depending on shoe brand and I bought a pair of M to wear barefoot, and they worked out well, just snug enough, but not uncomfortably so
My wife is 8 1/2, and she wears small. I am 9 1/2 and I wear a medium. They both fit just right so if your feet is slightly larger I would recommend one size up.