This fin gives more power with less effort, perfect for snorkelling.
Foot pocket made of soft material that stretches to fit the foot perfectly.
Ease of use
Short blade with 23 ° angle for easier entry into the water.
Ergonomic foot pocket with variable thickness for greater comfort
The part of the fin where the foot is placed. It can be completely closed, like in full-foot fins, or open with an adjustable strap, like in adjustable fins.
The flat part of the fin that helps to generate the thrust. The longer and/or harder the blade, the more powerful the fin. The shorter and/or softer the blade, the less powerful the fin.
Storing your fins
A little tip: both fins can be clipped together (clips on the toe of each fin) to make carrying easier.
Dimensions of a pair of size 34/35 fins
Length: 42 cm.
Width: 16 cm.
What is the difference between freediving and snorkelling?
At Subea, the Decathlon diving brand, we decided on a simple way to define the difference between our freediving and snorkelling products: From the moment you hold your breath and swim under the surface of the water even a few meters, it is freediving. Conversely, if one stays on the surface, this is snorkelling.