usually used in snorkeling
Too large flippers on weak legs can cause tension and cramps, and in unreasonably small flippers you will not go far.
The shape of the fins depends on the nature of their use: for diving with a mask and snorkel, you need light fins with a shorter fin, for free diving (without a balloon) it is better to choose fins more authentic, and fins for scuba diving can be of various shapes and sizes.
Let’s start with the classification.
According to the method of fastening on the foot, it is either a closed galoshe or a shoe with an open heel and a heel strap at the back. Models with a heel strap, of course, have a wider range of adjustments, but they are not so comfortable and tight on their feet. Moreover, the ends of the straps often cling to one another and to the vegetation of the rope, cables, nets including, this increases the risk and reduces comfort. Continue reading