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Thread: Viper fin sizing


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    Viper fin sizing

    Hi there, I am very interested in purchasing a set of these fins, but am a little confused about sizing, I have seen sizes listed as xsmall, small/medium, small, regular and large, I have also seem only xsmall, small, regular and xtra large. I am a male and wear a size 6 5mm boot what size should I order? I cannot try on as no one sells so need to buy online. Thank you for your help.

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    If you are not in a rush, order a X-small (based on Oceanic's size chart) from Leisure Pro and if it doesn't fit, return it for a small. The "perfect fit" return policy allows you to do so for free, you just have to deal with the fact time involved in doing that. I have used the return policy on a couple of occasions with no problems.

    If you are in a rush, you should be able to order both sizes at the same time and return the one that doesn't fit for a refund.

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