swim fins

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Scope note
Triangular, flexible appendages built to improve underwater movement, worn on the feet and sometimes also attached to the ankles with a single loop. Usually made of rubber. Commercial swim fins were first patented by Owen Churchill (1896-1985) in the 1930s.
swim fins
Accepted term: 13-May-2024