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Snorkeling Fins

You only need three things to start snorkeling: a mask, a snorkel, and a pair of fins. Fins propel you in the water and keep you steady as you slide on its surface. They boost your swimming efficiency, help you move faster, and conserve your energy while exploring the underwater world. 

When your fin fits right, you can effortlessly float on the water and get closer to marine life. While you can snorkel without fins, they help you make the most of your snorkeling experience. 

There are plenty of choices when it comes to snorkeling fins. It’s up to you and your comfort to choose the most fitting one. Here at Divers Supply, we only carry best-performing fins from established manufacturers, such as Mares Avanti Superchannel.

 
Types of Snorkeling Fins

 

There are several types of snorkeling fins to choose from. Each type has its own features and benefits to help you dive effortlessly for short or longer adventures. When you are about to choose your snorkeling gear, it’s good to check all your choices to see which pair of fins matches your needs. 

Full-foot fins

These foot pocket fins have a closed heel and are worn like a shoe. A full-foot fin is lightweight, easy to wear, and offers a snug fit. 
Full-foot fins secure firmly against your heel, which makes snorkeling comfortable and fun. They're ideal for warm water snorkeling. In our store, you will find the best full-foot fin that fits your needs at a reasonable price.

Open-heel fins

These fins have an open heel with an adjustable strap, allowing you to customize the fit. They can be worn with booties, making them suitable for snorkeling in colder water or rough terrain. If you opt for open-heel fins, you must make sure you pick the right size, bearing in mind you will likely need to wear booties alongside them. 

Split fins

Split fins have a blade with a split down the middle, creating a propeller-like effect that reduces drag and increases efficiency for a longer and more pleasant underwater stay. They are go-travel fins, ideal for those who prefer a more relaxed and effortless kick. People with weak leg muscles often opt for split fins to make their snorkeling easier. 

Paddle fins

Paddle fins have a solid blade that provides powerful thrust and maneuverability. They are the best snorkeling fins for strong swimmers and snorkelers who want more control over their movements while swimming on the water's surface.

How to Choose the Right Snorkeling Fins

With so many options, it’s easy to get lost when it comes to snorkeling fins. Here are some factors to keep in mind when choosing.

Fit and comfort

Choose fins that fit comfortably and snugly without pinching your toes or heels. If you opt for open-heel fins, make sure the strap is adjustable and doesn't cause discomfort while you swim. You don’t want loose fins as you risk losing them in the water. You also don’t want too tight fins because they can injure your feet and make your snorkeling adventure an ordeal. 

Material

Fins are made from rubber, plastic, or a combination of both. Rubber fins are more flexible and comfortable, while plastic fins are more durable and provide greater thrust. You want your fins to respond to your leg movement and facilitate your gliding on the water. 

Blade length best for snorkeling

Long fins with longer blades provide more power and speed, while shorter blades offer more agility and maneuverability. Consider your swimming style, the type of snorkeling, and the snorkeling conditions when choosing the blade length.
Shorter blends are better for novices and people with weaker leg muscles but you need to flap your legs more to propel yourself. Longer blades require more leg strength but they get you a longer way across the water with a single movement as soon as you get used to them. 

Flexible vs. stiff diving fins

Flexible fins are easier to use and maneuver around. They are great if you only want to slide on the water. Stiffer fins, conversely, are more rigid and can help you if you like to do some slight diving when you snorkel. 

Portability

If you're traveling to your snorkeling destination for scuba diving, consider the size and weight of your fins. Some fins are designed to be compact and lightweight, making them ideal for travel. Scubapro Go Travel fins, for example, are your go-to solution as they are lightweight and perfect for travel.

Water Temperature

For colder water, consider open-heel fins that will be worn with booties to keep your feet warm. Remember that it’s easy to feel cold and sea water can get deceptively fresh very quickly. 
The beauty of snorkeling is that you only need three pieces of equipment to get going. Fins, full-face masks, and dive lights are all you need for your next snorkeling adventure. These are all light and easy to pack. Match your snorkeling fins with a high-quality snorkel and mask to complete your snorkeling gear set. Just make sure they fit you like your pair of shoes.
Scuba diving fins are like a pair of shoes. With the right pair of snorkeling, you'll be able to move through the water effortlessly and enjoy your hobby with ease and comfort. Choose your snorkeling fin from the different types we offer or take advantage of our free shipping and order your Avanti Superchannel full-foot fin now!

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between snorkeling and scuba fins?

Scuba fins are stronger, stiffer, and longer. They are made to go underwater rather than on the surface. They need to be sturdier to push water as you propel yourself. Scuba fins are usually open-heeled because you want to wear warm booties underneath. 

Snorkeling fins are lighter, shorter, and more flexible because you are only sliding on the surface of the water. Snorkeling fins are usually full-foot. 

Do I really need fins for snorkeling?

While it's possible to snorkel without fins, wearing fins can boost your swimming efficiency, speed, and maneuverability. 
Fins allow you to cover more ground and save leg energy. You can spend more time getting close to marine life and you won’t feel your legs getting tired or heavy. They also provide better control in currents and waves, making your snorkeling experience safer and more enjoyable.