Finis Freestyler Paddles review

  • Price Paid:$20.00
  • User rating:
    (4.5)
  • Would buy again from this company: Yes
  • Used product for: 3 years 7 months
  • # of logged workouts:

"Good addition to the swim bag. Smaller than most paddles so less shoulder stress and unique shape helps reinforce good form in the swim"slornow

(4)

They take some time to get used to the paddles. Part of the reason is the paddles provide feedback on whether your stroke is correct

(5)

Hard not to give it anything other than a 5. Not a complicated piece of equipment but does what it advertises.

(4)

There is one piece of tubing on the back that you put a finger through to secure the paddle. Works fine for me.

(4)

Not as comfortable as some but I suspect that is due in part to the feedback you get from the paddle. Its not just a piece of plastic that you strap to you hand and pound away. The bottom of the paddle sometimes rubs my wrist but I only really notice it if I have not used the paddles for awhile.

(5)

Easy to adjust the tubing for fit.

(5)

Been using them off and on for 4+ years. The rest of the time they are in the bottom of my swim bag. Paddle is hard plastic so the only potential component that might wear is the tubing. So far so good.

(4)

A little more expensive than most paddles but also a different design

(5)

The paddle does a good job of giving you feedback if you ahve poor entry in the water a t the fron of the stroke and also does a good job of encouraging early vertical forearm in the pull.

Solid piece of training equipment to help work on your swim stroke. Unique design and shape. Better than the run of the mill paddle...a little smaller so not as much stress on the shoulder.

None really. Its a swim paddle so while it can help you work on you stroke no single piece of equipment is going to "fix" everything.

Read 3 more reviews  
Buyers clubFreestyler Paddles
  • 8 people use
  • 16 workouts logged
  • 29.23 miles / 19.8 hours logged