Head Corda Rubber Snorkeling Fins
The Head® Corda Rubber Snorkeling Fins are a great choice for all-day comfort! The long blade natural rubber fin features soft, orthopedic foot pockets to cradle your feet in comfort. The Corda Fins are comfortable enough to wear for extended training sessions or a long day of underwater fun with your snorkeling buddies. Grab your Corda Fins and get in the water!
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Fin sizing (US shoe size):
- Feature a natural rubber long blade fin
- Soft, orthopedic foot pockets
- Comfortable to wear for extended training or recreation
Fin sizing (US shoe size):
- M: 7-9
- L: 9-11
- XL: 11-13
- Note: For women's equivalent sizing, size down 1-2 sizes.
- Model #: 495023
Country of Origin: MalaysiaWeb ID: 18054416
Rated 4.3 out of 5áby 12 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5áby Jon So So The fins are ok as they do their purpose. The only issue I have with them is that the size doesn't match actual. The chart on the package said that it was for sizes between 9 and 11. I wear a 10.5 so this should be perfect for me. This fin was so tight it became unbearable after only little use. If you purchase this either try it on or buy the next larger size. July 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby Soart Great all around fins I wanted something that I could travel with...not too long, not too heavy. These full-foot fins are comfy and are perfect for my purposes. Plus they have a little tab at the heel to give that little bit of extra grip that sometimes helps when pulling full-foot fins on or off. Nice product, decent propulsion for snorkeling. July 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Slmcrew Perfect fit Comfortable. Love the rubber instead of hard plastic flippers. Perfect fit too! July 6, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5áby Soni55 mesh carrying bag very handy, fins run narrow in toe area, didn't propel well Though these Head Corda Rubber fins felt fine when tried on at the Dick's Sporting Goods in Renton, WA, I found them to be too narrow through the toe area during use and they and didn't propel very well. I had taken them on vacation to Hawaii and after a couple of hours use (two snorkel sessions), they were rubbing painfully on the sides of my outer toes. Not wanting to put up with pain the rest of the trip, I decided to buy another brand of fins at a sporting goods store in Hawaii.These were comfortable and propelled faster and easier. Upon returning from vacation I tried to return the HEAD fins with receipt to Dick's Sporting Goods, but the policy is no refunds if the product has been worn. July 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Snorkelfan31 So far so good I went snorkeling twice, loved it. I am not a strong confident swimmer and realized if I want to snorkel more and stay in the water longer, I better purchase some gear and practice. So I bought these fins and they work just fine. I tried them on in the store and I take them to YMCA with me every time I get in the pool. I've used them five times since I purchased them and my feet are a little tender, a little irritated by the rubbing, up by the toes but it's not unbearable. Also from using them, there is some soreness when I go to point my toe but my feet are completely fine while walking and when I get into the water, I do not feel any of the soreness at all. I rinse them with water after every use and I do not leave them in the car, I bring them in the house. April 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby dave comfortable They fit real well. They are flexible. They are a good value. September 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Warren01 Perfect with comfort Replaced a set that was worn out, Like the fit and tab on heel that makes it easy to get off. Prefer full foot fit vs. ones with strap on rear. August 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby Ted true Kids love this fin. Only one I could find that didn't include a mask and snorkel July 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Fish Great fin Overall great performance. No issues at all . Would recommend. Spent hours using during scallop season July 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby chels great Great fits true to size. Flexible enough to allow for movement. July 9, 2014