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  • Develops a stronger and faster flutter kick
  • Silicone construction, Short blade design
  • Non vented blade design maintains proper kick
  • Soft silicone foot pocket for comfort

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Speedo Short Blade Training Fin Customer Reviews

Review Summary

 
4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

60%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Love the fins

great for swimming

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

too small for size 13 mens feet

The Zoomers Gold Z2 were Just right for size 13 men’s feet! (They label them “H”). These are a little heavier and feel more substantial than the National Geographic fins I was trying to replace (no longer available). They have a rectangular foot box which easily admits the toes, unlike a lot of fins where the toe pocket is circular. I also bought the TYR Cross-Blade Training Fins X-Large (11-13) Royal Speedo Short Blade Training Fin 2X-Large (12-13) Both sets were too small.

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Rusty Missouri

By WILLIAM I.

from O Fallon, MO, US

Light weight and durable.

 

Love the fins

By lori

 -  Originally posted on Speedo

great for swimming

 

comfortable fins

By Lily M.

 -  Originally posted on Speedo

Using fins for training--helps focus on kick, freestyle and backstroke--comfortable fit (W8-9) for my size 9-91/2 foot. disappointed that Speedo uses color to delineate size; I wanted bright color, but my size only comes in dull grey, but that does keep Speedo's price reasonably low.

 

Buy in person, NOT online........

By Crossing t.

 -  Originally posted on Speedo

I was going to purchase these online but am very happy I did not because the sizing on them is not true to their sizing chart as printed on the fins. . I wear a ladies size 7 shoe (US/Canadian) and a 39-40 European size in another brand of fins. According to the sizing chart for these, A medium should have been the perfect size for me. I ALMOST bought them online (and would have incurred an almost $20 additional shipping charge) but I am so glad I was able to find a store in my city that carried them in stock. I drove to the store, tried them on and realized they would have been TOO BIG.

 

too small for size 13 mens feet

By dean p.

from azle, TX, US

The Zoomers Gold Z2 were Just right for size 13 men’s feet! (They label them “H”). These are a little heavier and feel more substantial than the National Geographic fins I was trying to replace (no longer available). They have a rectangular foot box which easily admits the toes, unlike a lot of fins where the toe pocket is circular. I also bought the TYR Cross-Blade Training Fins X-Large (11-13) Royal Speedo Short Blade Training Fin 2X-Large (12-13) Both sets were too small.

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I used a similar model fin made by another manufacturer that helps with my kick and this seems comparable.
Paul C on Aug 25, 2019
I used a similar model fin made by another manufacturer that helps with my kick and this seems comparable.
Paul C on Aug 25, 2019
If my husband wears a 9 1/2 shoe, should he purchase the size 8-9or 10-11 in the short blade fins?
A shopper on Jun 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If he has a wide foot I would go with the 10-11. Leisure Pro exchanges, so there is no real risk. They are great pool fins.
regarding sizing: are these sizes measured in men, women's or kids shoe sizes?
A shopper on Sep 5, 2012
BEST ANSWER: These are men's sizes. For women, go down two sizes.
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