Fins are massively a personal preference game. Those who prefer the symmetrical fin are usually the same water men who prefer to be knee boarding, drop knee'ing, photographing or body surfing. The symmetric fin allows the user a flat bottom without an extended tip which can be preferable when walking either on the ocean floor or on top of a board. The symmetric cut of these fins means you don't have to worry about right and left and you don't have to worry about tripping up trying to get them on in the water. The symmetric cut with---- its full blade offers the user maximum propulsion. Stern ridges run on the outer and inner of these fins which promotes rigidity throughout the design and again works to maximise propulsion throughout all conditions. Symmetrical fins still retain a prominent place on the market and with good reason. Built for comfort and built to last. These are the ultimate people pleasers, they're not going anywhere.