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Why You Should Try Using A Finis Swimmers Snorkel


A centre-mount snorkel is an essential training tool and is now found in most competitive swimmers gear bag. Why? A centre–mount snorkel will promote a proper head and body position making your strokes more efficient. It will allow you to forget about your breathing technique in order to focus on your swim strokes and body position in the water.






The Finis Swimmers Snorkel was the second product Finis brought to the market and is still one of our top sellers. It allows you to swim at any speed enabling you to focus on stroke technique without the interruption of turning the head to breathe. Its hydrodynamic design accommodates a full range of motion for butterfly, breaststroke, and freestyle.

It has a silicone purge seat (one-way valve) which allows water to flow out of the snorkel without entering the mouthpiece. The mouthpiece is made of flexible medical grade silicone so is super soft and comfortable.

The adjustable head bracket makes strap adjustment quick and easy and can be worn in conjunction with a swim cap and goggles.






The Swimmer's Snorkel Jr is two inches shorter in length, making it easier on smaller lungs. This product also includes a nose clip to prevent water from going up the nose during the introductory period.




If you want to step up your workout then try the FINIS Cardio Cap. It's a swim snorkel accessory designed specifically to fit the Adult and Junior Swimmers Snorkel and is designed to restrict the amount of air coming into the snorkel to help increase your lung capacity and cardiovascular conditioning.

By using the Cardio Cap regularly this will help your muscles work better when your oxygen levels are low by replicating higher altitude workouts. This snorkel cardio cap helps to improve breathing by teaching a deeper breathing technique, ideal for high anxiety and race days.




Have you ever tried using a snorkel to help your swim training?