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Head Corda Rubber Full Foot Fins, Black

4.3
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SKU: HEDCRF MFR: 495023.BKSF.036

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$24.95

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  • Full foot, rubber construction fins
  • Long, non vented blade design
  • Soft orthopedic foot pockets
  • Comfortable even during extended use

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Head Corda Rubber Full Foot Fins, Black Customer Reviews

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4.3

(based on 6 reviews)

83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

High Quality Product

This fin is quality product. It reminds me of all the scuba gear available in the 70's, 80's and 90's. I'm glad someone still makes an all rubber fin. I've heard these fins called the Mares Head Corda fins and the Head Corda fins. Mares is probably licensed to make and sell this fin with the HEAD name on it. These fins are made in Maylasia - people are a little smaller there. Go one size larger than your normal shoes size. I wear a U.S. size 11 medium shoe. I had to get the size 11 to 13 fi...

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Poor size chart

The size 13 to 15 fins would be lucky to fit a size 10 foot.

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Great fins

By glen h.

from MERIDIAN, ID, US

The price was right, service prompt. These are super comfortable and certainly all one needs for snorkeling. They are quality fins as are all Head products.

 

Head full foot fins

By Rich

I use these while fishing from my float tube. Very useful and comfortable.

 

I like this product.It is what I want.

By Walter

I use these fins for snorkeling and from the first time when I put them on I am very sattisfied with their performance in a water.

 

High Quality Product

By Mike

This fin is quality product. It reminds me of all the scuba gear available in the 70's, 80's and 90's. I'm glad someone still makes an all rubber fin. I've heard these fins called the Mares Head Corda fins and the Head Corda fins. Mares is probably licensed to make and sell this fin with the HEAD name on it. These fins are made in Maylasia - people are a little smaller there. Go one size larger than your normal shoes size. I wear a U.S. size 11 medium shoe. I had to get the size 11 to 13 fins. I had the size 9 to 11 fins. Way too uncomfortable...too small for my true U.S. size 11 foot.

 

A classic never goes out of style

By Teacher D.

After some unforseen packaging/sizing mistakes by the manufacturer, Liesure Pro stepp up immediately and made it all good right away. Great service, as always!

 

Poor size chart

By Southpa

The size 13 to 15 fins would be lucky to fit a size 10 foot.

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I have large thick wet suit boots that require at least an 13-15 sized fin
Michael W on Apr 7, 2019
Sales associate was very helpful on chat. They know their stuff!
Stick on Jul 12, 2015
I have large thick wet suit boots that require at least an 13-15 sized fin
Michael W on Apr 7, 2019
Always buy these. Sorry they are being discontinued. Have had many pairs. I wear them out.
Kathleen H on Mar 14, 2019
Sales associate was very helpful on chat. They know their stuff!
Stick on Jul 12, 2015
cheap, soft and quick to don
DENNIE B on Jan 26, 2015
Always buy these. Sorry they are being discontinued. Have had many pairs. I wear them out.
Kathleen H on Mar 14, 2019
cheap, soft and quick to don
DENNIE B on Jan 26, 2015
how long are these fins in various size?
A shopper on Dec 4, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The fins in proportion to the size of the foot. Small feet have a bit smaller blade. I would guess to respond to the shoes size. A size five fin might have a blade that's an inch shorter than the size ten fin.
are these fins one piece molded or do they have seems?
A shopper on Dec 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: This is a molded one piece made of natural rubber.
are these significantly heavier than non-rubber fins? I'm looking for something specifically for snorkeling so I don't have to pack booties with them. My dive fins are too heavy.
Lou Slamka on Jun 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello! These fins are really designed for bare feet (no booties) but of course it's up to up you. In terms of "weight" these are a bit heavier than some of the new cheap plastic fins on the market. However I do not feel they are too "heavy". I use them for travel as they fit well in my luggage. At the destination I take them in a backpack on foot or by bike and don't have any issues. For what little you may lose due to a few extra ounces you will gain with a fin that will surprise you with great thrust when snorkeling. They will last you a very, very long time. Hope that helps!
Are these like the old Voit brand black rubber fins, which I can't find anymore?
A shopper on Jun 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I believe the Voit fins are similar to a boggie board fin . The Corda are a true snorkeling fin .
ARE THESE FLEXIBLE? I GOT SHORT TYRS.THE BLADE AFTER my toes is 4.5 inches but too stiff.
A shopper on Jul 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These and other full-rubber fins make up for the little extra weight with good flexibility. It's a bit of a trade-off, but I enjoy these as much as the plastic/rubber-healed combo fins I use also.
Are this good for scuba?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: These fins are really not powerful enough for scuba diving, especially in currents. They are not designed to be worn with boots, only thin socks or bare feet (warm water). They are excellent for snorkeling though, very comfortable, and stay on the foot quite well.
What size would a women's u.s. 8 be?
A shopper on Jan 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello! Well, if I understand it correctly, a women's size 8 is actually a men's size 6. That being said, I would choose the size that says, "5-7", which should be perfect. With this type of fin you want a good fit. You obviously do not want the fin to come off in the water. When the fins come in the mail try them on for the initial fit. Then shake your foot like you are imitating a bad chicken dance to ensure the fin fits securely. If you have any other questions please let me know. P.S. close all curtains in your home when you are conducting the chicken dance!!
Do these fins sink?
Steve S Staff on Jan 11, 2019
BEST ANSWER: No, they float
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