DMC SUPER Fin Sizing & Features
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DMC SUPER FIN
Once again DMC fins design department have created the most alluring and desirable swim training fins on the planet.
Builds Power - Reduces Fatigue - Increases Speed - Stabilises Ankle Roll
This model is for the swimmer who insists on nothing but the best. These revolutionary fins are designed to give your swim stroke, leg strength and kick action, the best chance at developing potential.
- Designed with DMC's Patented Reverse V Rail (RVR) technology.
- RVR is geared to offer correct torque for each kick stroke, creating balance for the user unlike any other swim fins.
- The RVR streamlines vortexes more efficiently than any other design.
- Silicone material for maximum comfort.
- Asymmetric design stabilises ankle roll, increases speed and decreases fatigue
- Features triple function drain chute: allows extra room for elongated toes 1 and 2, flushes out grit, and reduces vacuum on breakouts and flip turns.
- Used by recreational swimmers through to international swimming superstars.
- Great for pool or ocean swimming
The SUPER FIN is the go-to swim training equipment for swimming superstars globally.
All feet are very different, so fitting a foot into a fixed shape foot cavity of moulded flexible material is an inexact science. Whilst our fins do not correlate directly to shoe sizes as the construction of fins and shoes are very different, we do suggest a close-to shoe size as a secondary size guide.
Please note that each of our fin models has its own mould, so sizes may vary between models. Original training fin, Elite II, SUPER Fin and Repellor fins are a universal foot, meaning you can wear either fin on either foot, also giving you a wider foot cavity. Our Elite and Elite MAX are specific left and right foot fit.
1: Check Length – Stand on a piece of paper toe to wall - put a dot on the paper. Measure to the end of heel (in the arch) as this is where the strap sits - put another dot. (Should be the length of your foot less 3-5mm)
2: Measure the distance between front and back dots. This should be the length of your foot.
Please refer to our model sizing charts below as a guide.