A jellyfish is faster and more graceful than you are without fins in the water. Fins (they're not called flippers) transform you from a slow moving, limbs flailing, underwater creature into a true denizen of the deep. They enable you to dart about with speed, mobility and efficiency.
Having your own diving or snorkelling fins means you'll never have to suffer from the pain and discomfort of wearing crappy rental fins again. No more blisters and leg cramps! Investing in a good set of fins isn't expensive. Most popular snorkelling and diving full foot fin models range from $50 to $100. The best open heel fins range from $100 to $320. And, if you dive often and rent gear you'll get your money's worth in no time.
You probably want to know what the best dive fins on the market are, right? Well, that's why we've put together this diving fins buyer's guide to help you out with the process. Remember, don't get caught up with buying the most popular model, or what your buddies use. It's about finding the fins that suit your needs and feet the best.
Our selection of the Top 10 Best scuba diving fins available will enable you to move easily underwater in comfort. Of course all of these fins are also suitable for snorkelling. We've even included some for freediving and spearfishing.
Unsure as to what type of fins you need? For scuba divers we also have our Scuba Fins Buying Guide and/or our page Fins - Advice on choosing the right scuba fins for you. For snorkellers we have Snorkelling Fins Buying Guide. The right fins make a BIG difference!