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Float Tube Fins #14052423 07/04/21 11:45 PM
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I am heading up to the Grand Mesa, and although I will have my kayak, I purchased my first float tube. I read that your feet fins should have a strap, and one time adjustment. But what about the slip ins that float. Also I see that they are sized at (mens 8-10) and such. I will need to wear my thin waders at the mesa, and with socks and thin stocking foot Simms waders, what size do I need for my size 11 feet?...Lawton.

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Re: Float Tube Fins [Re: Lottfisher] #14053199 07/05/21 11:05 PM
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This link will give you some ideas. The size can vary depending upon whether you're wearing boots, wading shoes, thick socks on a later trip, Etc. Take those things that apply with you, when you go to buy your fins. It might be a good idea to try everything out and practice before your trip.

https://www.theflyfishingforum.com/forums/index.php?threads/float-tube-fin-advice.757926/

Omegas for walking, ping pong paddles for a backup.

Last edited by porta; 07/05/21 11:26 PM. Reason: Clarity
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