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Short Swim Fins Easyfins 100 - Grey
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  • Short Swim Fins Easyfins 100 - Grey
Short Swim Fins Easyfins 100 - Grey

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Short Swim Fins Easyfins 100 - Grey

IDR170,000.00
  • Short Swim Fins Easyfins 100 - Grey
  • Short Swim Fins Easyfins 100 - Grey
  • Short Swim Fins Easyfins 100 - Grey
  • Short Swim Fins Easyfins 100 - Grey
  • Short Swim Fins Easyfins 100 - Grey
Short Swim Fins Easyfins 100 - Grey
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Designed for beginner swimmers looking for a lower body and cardio workout.

BENEFITS

Propulsion

These fins slightly improve propulsion for a more enjoyable swim.

Muscular workout

Soft short-blade fins for a gentle muscle workout.

Rigidity

Flexible fins for moderate-intensity cardio exercise.

User comfort

Thermoplastic elastomer foot pockets for comfort.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

WHAT ARE SWIM FINS FOR?

A fin is a piece of swimming training equipment to work the lower body.

Swim fins are ideal for swimming faster, for longer. You can simultaneously work on your heart rate and lower-body strength training (thighs, glutes, calves, core stability).

FIN LENGTH

SHORT BLADE

35-36: 30 cm
37-38: 31.7 cm
39-40: 33.5 cm
41-42: 35.3 cm
43-44: 37.1 cm

"Short blade" fins ensure a good kicking frequency and get your heart pumping. Motion is very close to the "natural" movement.

FIN STIFFNESS

VERY FLEXIBLE FINS

Stiffness is characterised by the density of the material. As such, the stiffer a blade is, the greater muscular exertion will be. The more flexible a blade is, the more efficient and sweeping the kick will be. How hard you kick will be depend on the type of workout you want to achieve (cardiovascular or muscle).

FOOT POCKET

FULL FOOT

Fin foot pockets hold the foot in place when kicking (important for an efficient kick). As such, you should take the time to try on your fins before buying. It is important to check that the foot fits well in the foot pocket and the uncovered area (to prevent water from entering). It is important to choose the right size.

There are 2 types of foot pockets: open heel and full foot.