I wear a size 12 shoe, what size fin would work?
I also wear a size 12-D shoe, and th XS fins are flexible to accomodate most shoe sizes (simply adjust the straps while donning). I beliewe the 2X size might be best. Be sure to double check with the PFF Guarantee service on size matching before purchase.
Hi, I am guessing none! I like these fins, but the foot pocket is very small, particular with dive booties. I wear a 9.5 and always felt that my foot needed to be deeper in the pocket. The SP Jet Fins have a much larger pocket.
We purchased the 2xl size in order for it to fit a dry suit boot.
My aunt bought these for me. I wear a 13 or 14 shoe and have the XL. It fits well, but I think a 12 would be too loose in an XL.
The biggest one they offer will be the best for a size 12
I wear a size11.5 shoe and a size XLg SeaSoft Stealth molded sole boot which for me translates to a XXXLg Turtle fin with spring straps. This combination is comfortable and performane - donning and removing - is good with no history of cramps. My problem is that I have narrow feet. I wear socks under the boots which improves the fit. I am a Instructor and use these fins in a quarry.I have never tried these fins on over deck sole boot, but I imagine the XXXLg would be too loose? Have a good day!
Depends on the type of boot you are using. Also I have encountered two different styles of turtle fins, one with a square foot pocket and the other with a larger rounded pocket.
XXL, if using a drysuit.
I wear a size 9 - 9 1/2 shoe and I purchased the XXL. I wear a size 9 DUI rock boot with them. It really depends on if you are diving wet or dry. I had to get the larger size to accomodate the hard soled DUI boots. I hope this helps. Randy
It depends on your boots. With a light neoprene boot you will probably just fit into a size 2XL. 3XL would be loose. But if you are wearing heavy drysuit boots or rock boots, I'd go with 3XL. But these are rough estimates, as boots vary. Fortunately, Leisure Pro is friendly about taking returns if the fit doesn't turn out right.
But don't be surprised if you don't find a perfect fit. Turtle fins only come in three sizes. ScubaPro JetFins and OMS Slipstreams have an equally limited, but different, selection of sizes. I actually use Turtle fins with my drysuit boots and ScubaPro JetFins with neoprene boots, because I could not find a "right" fit for each application in one brand.
Then you also have to consider spring strap length, if you plan on ordering those. Again, the right spring strap size will be a function of the combination of fin size, shoe size and boot construction. Probably the 8" or 10" for neoprene boots or the 10" or 12" for the 3XL with drysuit boots.