DMC Original Fins
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by Susana info@team-aquatic.com
8M ago
Our team of SwimExperts conducted a thorough evaluation of the latest addition to our fin collection: the DMC Original Fins. Overall, we hold the fin in high regard and are enthusiastic about sharing our in-depth product insights with you. The DMC Original fins serve as an excellent choice for those seeking a middle ground between beginner full-heel fins and more aggressive heel-out fins. Despite their seemingly wide appearance in the packaging, do not judge it by its cover! You can liken them to a flattened tube in terms of their profile. This flexibility is an advantage, as it provides varia ..read more
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Dive into Fitness with Aquafitness Suits: Finding Your Perfect Fit!
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by Cameron Bailey
11M ago
Dive into Fitness with Aquafitness Suits: Finding Your Perfect Fit!   When it comes to staying fit and active, water-based workouts have surged in popularity, and aquafitness has taken the fitness world by storm. Not only is it a refreshing way to exercise, but it also provides a low-impact, full-body workout that suits people of all ages and fitness levels. If you're ready to take the plunge into aquafitness, one essential item you'll need is the perfect aquafitness suit. In this blog, we'll explore the various aspects of aquafitness suits, including materials, cuts, and factors to cons ..read more
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Diving into Open Water Swimming: Tips for Safety and Comfort
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by Susana info@team-aquatic.com
1y ago
Swimming in open water is an invigorating and thrilling experience that can take your swimming skills to the next level. Whether you're looking to compete in open water races or just enjoy a swim in the great outdoors, there are a few important things you need to know to stay safe and comfortable. Open Water Safety Before you hit the water, it's essential to understand the risks associated with open water swimming. Unlike swimming in a pool, open water swimming can pose a range of hazards, from strong currents and tides to hidden obstacles and wildlife. That's why it's critical to take necess ..read more
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A Closer Look at the Arena Carbon Core FX
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by Cameron Bailey
1y ago
The Arena Carbon Core FX race suit is a top-of-the-line tech suit that has been designed to give swimmers a competitive edge in the pool. With its cutting-edge technology and innovative design, the Arena Carbon Core FX is one of the most advanced racing suits available on the market. One of the key features of the Arena Carbon Core FX is its use of carbon fiber technology. The suit is made with a blend of carbon fibers and high-quality elastane fibers, which gives it superior compression and flexibility. This combination of materials creates a suit that fits snugly to the body, providing maxim ..read more
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TAS Holiday Greetings!
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by Cameron Bailey
1y ago
Happy holidays from all of us at TAS!  Whether you are using this break over the holidays for a little rest & relaxation and quality time with your family - or if you are planning on travelling somewhere warm for training camp - we wish you all the best over this holiday season!  We will be taking some time to recover from our busy fall season as well and wanted to share with you what our holiday store and office hours will be over the coming weeks. Please see our Holiday Schedule at the end of this blog. Boxing Week Specials!!  We will be having a sale in store and online ..read more
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DMC Fins Elite Max Review
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by Cameron Bailey
1y ago
The DMC Fins newest edition to their line up is the Elite Max. This new fin has a similar design to their tried and true Kandy fin, but with one key difference - the Reverse V Rail (RVR) technology.  This key feature separates this fin from the rest of the field as no other brand offers something like it!  The super soft silicone used in the construction of the Elite Max is a crucial component of the RVR technology.  The rail that runs the length of fins along the side is generally there to provide a bit of structure and rigidity to the short blade fins to help swimmers increas ..read more
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DMC Fins Elite Kandy Review
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by Cameron Bailey
1y ago
DMC Fins are the original manufacturers of the tried and true open-heel silicone fin design that is popular on the market today! Their Elite Kandy fins were the first ones on the market to incorporate the silicone material, open heel design, and V Rail technology!  The open-heel design is one of the most sought after features in a competitive fin for many coaches and swimmers alike. The open heel allows for a more natural ankle movement when compared to other styles of fins (such as the boot style design).   DMC Fins’ V Rail technology runs the length of the fins on the side a ..read more
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Swim Expert Review: Dolfin LightStrike Racing Suit
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by Cameron Bailey
1y ago
Swim Expert Review: Dolfin LightStrike Racing Armor     The Dolfin LightStrike offers swimmers uncompromising fit and performance. One of the most unique and high tech racing suits on the market. With Dolfin’s Perfecta-Fit and Styku 3D body scanner, Dolfin was able to create the perfect sizing system for all athletes to ensure swimmers can find their best fitting racing suit with the Dolfin LightStrike. The unique and exclusive micro-sizing fit will allow for complete customization for every swimmer - with variable fit options in the 3 key zones: Chest, Torso, and Hips/Legs.  S ..read more
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Orange Cap Campaign 2022 - Fundraising Efforts
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by Cameron Bailey
1y ago
    Hello TAS Families, On September 30th, 2022 competitive swim clubs and athletes across Canada wore orange swim caps to honour the residential school experience and support those who continue to be affected by the genocidal residential school system. Over the last couple of months, Duncan Swim Team (BC), the Indigenous Sport and Wellness (ON) organization, Lakeshore Swim Club (ON), Swim Ontario and Team Aquatic Supplies (Canada) have banded together as a sport community to run an Orange Cap Campaign across Canada in support of Youth Indigenous Sports. As a response and continue ..read more
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Back To Swim Series - What Fins Should You Choose?
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by Cameron Bailey
1y ago
  Back to Swim Series   Fins are one of the most important pieces of training equipment competitive swimmers can have at all levels.  From a novice level swimmer who is building fundamental skills such as undulation, to Olympic level athletes building strength and speed; fins are an essential tool to the development of swimmers! There are two basic styles of fins: long blade fins and short blade fins; and each have some fantastic benefits! But depending on your training goals, one might be better suited for your needs than the other! Long Blade Fins The most noticeable differe ..read more
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