What Are Hybrid Fins?

The Hybrid Fins are an evolution in design for our Aqualogix functional drag resistance fins. The new and improved design offers enhanced performance, fit, comfort and durability. We’ve also introduced a new Medium Resistance level to fit between the Low and Maximum Resistance Fins. They provide a great balance of good resistance for knee hinge movements and also long lever hip articulation. The Hybrid fins can also be used for high-speed water exercises, dynamic neuro-muscular training, athletic performance training, rehabilitation and injury recovery pool training. Even swimmers have started using the hybrid fins as a resistance tool help improve their kick efficiency and power via the drag and resistance the fins produce.


Customizable & Replaceable

Keep your Fins as good as new. Our maintenance kits include fully replaceable Velcro straps and Neoprene pads.

Improved Comfort & Fit

New ‘Tab Lock’ system ensures a better fit for ankles <7″ and custom fin spacing better caters for ankles 10+”.

New All-Purpose Size

New 5″ All-Purpose fin size provides the perfect balance of speed & resistance during your workouts.

Designed with New Materials

New textured neoprene backing helps ensure a more secure fit ensuring maximum comfort throughout your workout.

Fitting the Aqualogix Hybrid Fins

Fitting the Hybrid Fins on Large Ankles

Fitting Hybrid Fins on Small Ankles/Wrists


Are the new Hybrid Fins available in different resistance levels?

Yes! The Aqualogix Hybrid Fins are available in 3 different resistance levels. The Green Low Resistance “High Speed” Fins (4”) are great for beginning stages of rehab, long cardio sets, kick resistance for swimmers and those waiting quick tempo movement patterns. The Smoke or Pink Medium Resistance “All-Purpose” Fins (5″) are perhaps our most versatile size. Great for those ready for an increase in resistance to all the previous uses of the Green Fins and more general strength training. The Max Resistance Fins (6”) are ideal for stronger or more experienced users. The increased drag will generally mean slower tempo movements and lower reps.

How do the All-purpose fins compare with the Aquastrength Fins?

The All Purpose fins provide slightly less resistance to the Aquastrength Fins. The Aquastrength fins also provide more vertical resistance which makes them a good option for those looking to do lots of jumping / plyometric exercises. Looking at our entire range from most to least overall resistance you would have; Aqualogix Blue Maximum Resistance Fins, Aquastrength Fins, Aqualogix All-Purpose Fins and finally Aqualogix Green High Speed Fins.

What happens when the velcro and neoprene wears out?

Our new Hybrid Fins come with fully replaceable velcro straps and neoprene pads so you can easily replace them as they deteriorate over time and heavy use.

I have small ankles, will they fit?

Yes! The Hybrid Fin features a new “tab lock” system that ensures a better fit than ever before for ankles <7”. Once fitted the velcro tab is able to pass through the leading fin to keep them locked in place.

I have large ankles, will they fit?

Yes! The velcro strap allows those with larger ankles to more evenly space the fins by just using the 4 outer slots and skipping the middle one.

Who have the All-Purpose Fins been designed for?

The All-Purpose Fins are ideal for everything from general fitness and sports performance through to rehab and recovery. They are suitable for all ages and fitness levels.

Can I use these fins in pools that are kept at a higher temperature?

Yes, these fins can be used in all types of pools. The new neoprene used on the Hybrid Fin is more durable than ever before. As always, we recommend following our care instructions carefully to keep you fins in top shape for as long as possible. General wear and tear can be expected over time but our fins can easily be brought back to new by simply replacing the velcro strap and neoprene pad!

Will the fins move / rotate during exercise?

If the fins are fitted correctly, you should not experience too much movement during your workout. We have also upgraded the neoprene on the Hybrid Fin which features more of a textured / embossed material on the skin side of the pad which offers increased levels of grip. We recommend familiarizing yourself with our fin fitment video to ensure you achieve the best fit before hopping in the pool. Also, avoid applying sunscreen or lotion to the skin where the fins will be fitted.

How do I correctly fit my new Hybrid Fins?

Please refer to our fitment videos for our tips and recommendations for small and larger ankle sizes. For general fitting of the Hybrid Fins see below;

Can the fins be worn on my wrist / forearm?

Yes! All of our fins can be worn on the wrist / forearm for upper body exercises. They are ideal for anyone who can’t hold our upper body bells due to grip limitations or arthritis. You can also wear our fins on your wrist in addition to using upper body bells for increased resistance.

How do I assemble my Fins?

The Aqualogix Hybrid Fins will require basic assembly, you can find step by step instructions here: https://vimeo.com/371775345.

My Fins are slipping / moving during my workout, what can I do?

If the fins are fitted correctly, you should not experience too much movement during your workout. We recommend familiarizing yourself with our fin fitment video to ensure you achieve the best fit before hopping in the pool. Also, avoid applying sunscreen or lotion to the skin where the fins will be fitted.

No matter what you need to strap the fins on tightly for a good hold. Specifically for the Aqualogix version of the fins, an easy way to increase the security of the Velcro grip is to adjust (not cutting) the position of the neoprene pad. You can remove the pad from the fin and then slide it over about 1 inch. The overall length of the fin will now be longer and you will see the back side of the leading fin, when looking at the backside of the fin. This is fine though as you’ve also increased the surface area of the Velcro “Hooks” and will therefore have a larger contact patch when wrapped. If you continue to have any issues with getting your fins to fit properly, please contact us directly via chat, email or phone.

How do I fit the Aqualogix Hybrid Fins to my wrists?

While the process used to fit the Aqualogix Hybrid Fins to your wrist is similar to the one used to fit them to your ankle, there is a method to make it easier. Once attached to your wrist, the fins will provide upper body resistance without anything to hold in your hand. You can also combine the use of the fins on your wrist and bells in your hands for increased upper-body resistance. See video link below.