$36.99 You Save 31%
$75.00 You Save 34%
Progress as a swimmer, strengthen your quads & hamstrings, and increase ankle flexibility with the simple and effective DMC Original Training Fins. Long used by world-renowned swimmers to improve their skills, DMC fins are beneficial in building lean muscle and assisting with kicking sets. Professional and novice swimmers alike find that using training fins during their workout adds appropriate length to the leg to challenge their core and hip flexors, while providing speed practice as well.
Featuring the same asymmetrical design as the original Alpha Fins, the new Alpha Pro Training Fins are stiffer than the standard version, making them more suitable for competition swimmers and passionate fitness junkies. The floating foam construction is unique to the Alpha series, lifting the user's lower body for an improved, streamline body position. Plus, these fins are 70% lighter than traditional silicone or rubber fins.
The DMC Warrior Fin has been designed to encapsulate all aspects of aquatic propulsion from pool swimming to bodysurfing. With highly technical, specialist molding and silicone material placement in the foot, instep and blade areas, these fins ensure the user requires minimal efforts to gain maximum thrust to reduce muscle fatigue and cramps.
Made from durable injection-molded EVA foam, Speedo's Nemesis Training Fins prepare you for a winning season (and make you look totally bad-ass). The Nemesis' design mimicks the fin of the humpback whale: the curvature, outer ridges, and sweeping channels funnel water with every up- and down-kick, providing the user with powerful propulsion. Plus, the gentle curve makes this fin acceptable for breaststroke practice, in addition to fly, free, and back.
New for 2017, Switchblade Fins by Speedo were designed for premier performance and unmatched comfort. They're the ideal fin for professional athletes, surfers, and fitness swimmers. As Speedo product manager, Grace Anne Sanderson puts it, Switchblades are "the fin that everyone has been asking for." Designers in the Speedo lab tested numerous blade designs, seeking the blade shape with the greatest balance.
Designed in Australia, the unique DMC Elite Training Fins are a favorite training fin among Olympians, triathletes, and body surfers worldwide. The Elite Training Fins' durable silicone design is unyielding to chlorine and salt-water breakdown, making this fin a reliable training partner that will last for years. The soft silicone reduces abrasiveness, allowing you to swim harder, for longer. Plus, the weight of the silicone keeps feet just under the surface, for ideal propulsion.
Designed in Australia, the new, universal foot version of the DMC Elite fin, the DMC Elite 2 Training Fins include subtle design influences from all the DMC training fins to give this training fin the most exceptional and natural kick action for advanced swim athletes, including Olympians, triathletes, and body surfers worldwide and the beginning learn to swimmers.
Whether you prefer snorkeling, scuba diving, or even body surfing, the US Divers Sea Lion Fins are perfect for any recreational water-based activity. The Sea Lions were designed to be extra buoyant. Their rubber construction makes them durable and sturdy, all the while remaining lightweight. The material is firm, yet soft on the skin to avoid irritating chafing.
Seeking the perfect training fin? Crossblade Fins by TYR are the ideal length for swimmers seeking both a tempo increase and a strength-building challenge. TYR Crossblade Fins' natural rubber construction is soft and malleable, conforming to the foot with use (unlike silicone swim fins). For the perfect fit, see the size chart below. If your foot size falls between two size options, TYR recommends sizing up.
Like other swim training fins, the Aqua Sphere Microfin HP is a great training tool for competitive swimmers as well as an easy add-on to your current fitness swimming routine. Made in Italy to the highest quality standards, these short-blade TPR fins feature a full foot pocket for stability and raised ribs to channel water efficiently. The short blades encourage the feet to remain high in the water, while maintaining kicking tempo.