SwimFin Swim Aid Floatation Device

Swim Fin Shark Fin Child Safety Swim device

The Shark Fin for Children learning to swim, a safety swimming aid and flotation device.

The innovative and unique design of SwimFin, the shark fin for children learning to swim, ensures that your little shark's water confidence will improve quickly. SwimFin is a vertical swimming aid worn on the back, allowing the arms and body total freedom of movement in the water. Wearing SwimFin, children's swimming aid of choice, helps swimmers to adopt a more natural swimming position which will help to conquer water wobbles in no time.

SwimFin is FINTASTIC for learner swimmers but is also a useful swimming aid for older swimmers who are working on all four swimming strokes. SwimFin works for all ages and abilities and adjusts to fit all sizes with two elasticated hook-and-loop straps. Safe for ages 18 months and up and when fit properly, SwimFin will not slip off or tip swimmers forwards or backwards.

Shark Fin Swim child safety aid floatThis state-of-the-art swimming aid comes in 8 fintastic colours, sure to suit every family looking to build swimming confidence! Why not help your little "shark" to stand out at the pool, beach or seaside and get splashing!

Unlike other swimming aids, SwimFin is multi-stroke functional. It leaves the arms completely free to move and so can be used to learn front-crawl, back-stroke, breast-stroke and butterfly. SwimFin works for all ages and abilites: from toddlers taking to the water for the first time, all the way through improved learners to advanced swimmers who want to develop stroke technique. (We’ve had many testimonials from parents telling us they’ve used a SwimFin with children as young as 18 months, and of course we’ve heard from plenty of adults who couldn’t resist playing with one that was bought for a child – and for ‘big kids’ who want to use a SwimFin we sell larger straps.)

Instructors use SwimFins to teach people with special needs. We know Olympic athletes who’ve used one for training purposes and schools that use them for aqua-aerobic exercise classes. There’s a swimming school in New Zealand that uses them in a class where the children are aged between twelve-months and two-years of age. All over the world, SwimFin has found uses that have surprised even it’s inventor.