Fantasea Kicks

As of 10/15/23 Current estimated manufacturing time approx 4-6 weeks
Expedited shipping shortens time in transit only-it DOES NOT shorten mfg time. When placing an order with multiple items base your delivery date on the item with the longest mfg time. We do not split ship orders.
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Embark on a NEW underwater adventure with Mertailor's Fantasea Kicks, a new line of silicone swim fins! Bring out your inner mermaid and enjoy swimming on your next journey under the sea, spring, swimming pool or lake! Pair them up with your favorite Mertailor swimsuit or leggings, you never know what we have in store next!

  • Comfortable Silicone Foot Pockets
  • Fluid swimming movement with optimal propulsion
  • Made to order
  • Made in the USA exclusively by Mertailor in Lecanto, Florida
  • Approximately 9-10lbs per pair, Almost non-existent in the water

These incredibly comfortable swim fins are 100% platinum grade silicone and are designed to provide a fluid and realistic flow as they pass through the water. Foot pockets are lined with reinforcing mesh to strengthen the individual straps that rest comfortably around each ankle.

Sizing: Available in four different sizes.  Foot pockets are molded silicone and will fit differently than other hard-rubber fins. If you wear a wide shoe size or occasionally have to jump to the next size level, we recommend purchasing the larger size. Scuba booties are an option if you would like your feet to feel more snug.  (Note: All fin sizes have the same outside dimension – only interior size of foot pocket changes)

Color Variation: All fins are poured using the same color formulation. Because of the method of manufacture we are unable to direct color.  Design patterns will vary from fin to fin and dominant color appearance may shift.

Custom Coloring - please note:

  • We will use your provided color swatch as reference/guidance but do not guarantee color match. 
  • We will come as close as we can using the standard color selection we work with
  • We cannot direct color. 
  • Every fin will look different and have different patterning when it comes out of the mold even if the same exact color formulation has been used.
  • Similar colors may blend to look like one single color.
  • Colors can blend further to make another color when poured into the mold (i.e. a red and white fin may have areas of pink) 
  • Some color combinations may become muddied.     Dark colors can make the accompanying color look darker when next to it. 
  • Color combos are always a 50/50 formulation.  This cannot be changed
  • Sometimes color combos will present with one color significantly dominant.  You may find the second color more apparent in natural light.