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    big feet

    I've seen threads about boots making the fins to tight and you have to get a bigger size But I'm a size 15 the only fin I'm my size are ms vipers and I can't find a size bigger Any where if any one has insight on what I can do it would be appreciated

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    custom fins

    Get scuba fins, trim down the excess 'flipper' to suit

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnykans View Post
    I've seen threads about boots making the fins to tight and you have to get a bigger size But I'm a size 15 the only fin I'm my size are ms vipers and I can't find a size bigger Any where if any one has insight on what I can do it would be appreciated
    get a pair of 3mil or 5 mil fin socks from ebodyboarding or atlantic and get a pair of xl or xxl church hills.


    the fin socks fit much better under the fins and churchills tend to be the widest foot pocket of fins. vipers are nearly impossible to wear with boots/socks as they're so narrow.

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    I am also a 15 and the churchills fit really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnykans View Post
    I've seen threads about boots making the fins to tight and you have to get a bigger size But I'm a size 15 the only fin I'm my size are ms vipers and I can't find a size bigger Any where if any one has insight on what I can do it would be appreciated
    chuh! you already got feet fins. I wear a 14.

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    and get the churchill makapuu fins. nothing snooty.

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    Thanks for the advice I used to have churchill slashers But they were Even tighter so i never tested the maks

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    or dont be a *** and just surf

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    H20 makes the easiest fitting fin sock. They are inexpensive, but tear pretty easily. I usually go through my winter H20's every year, but I think they are only like $20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SI_Admin View Post
    H20 makes the easiest fitting fin sock. They are inexpensive, but tear pretty easily. I usually go through my winter H20's every year, but I think they are only like $20.
    agreed. ebodyboarding makes a branded fin sock too and jay is really good about replacing them if they tear.