Sunday, July 21, 2024

Mermaid Linden Rolls Out New Adult Monofin Colorways for 2023


The Mermaid Linden adult monofin by Body Glove will have a new color in 2023.

We can’t reveal the new color quite yet, but stay tuned. One color will be dropped, though. Currently the monofins are available in Caribbean blue, ultramarine purple and key lime green.

Also coming in 2023 are limited-edition colors that will be available exclusively on More unisex colors with men in mind will also be rolled out soon.

Professional mermaid and ocean edu-tainer Linden Wolbert designed her popular monofins after the fastest fish in the sea. Using biomimicry, the art of imitating nature to solve human problems, the crescent shape is a replica of swordfish, sailfish, tuna or fast sharks like the mako and great white.

The monofin fits more foot sizes than any other singular monofin, ranging from US Womens 4.5 to Mens 11.5. It comes with a 5mm neoprene booty to fit the smaller sizes. An adjustable, cushioned strap keeps the fin in place and blister-free. These are the most powerful of all consumer-level monofins and are available on Amazon with prices currently ranging from US$59.99/~€60 to $69.99/~€70.

A line of tail skins are compatible exclusively with the adult Mermaid Linden monofin from Mertailer “Guppy Tails” (for kids and adults), Finfolk Productions’ “Discovery Tail” and Cape Cali.

Also available now are the world’s first foldable monofins designed by Linden. Made with the same quality, these make traveling, shipping and storage much easier.

The Mermaid Linden monofin is excellent for men, women and children who want to get into the water and have a fun experience and learn a new, unique way to experience being underwater.

Learn more at or purchase on Amazon.

Nola Schoder
Nola Schoder
Nola is a journalist, visual storyteller and award-winning underwater photographer specializing in marine life, conservation and dive travel. A dive pro for 10+ years and an avid freediver, she started diving in San Diego, CA, and traversed the globe until landing in Miami. She holds a master's in Marine Conservation and works extensively documenting research, mostly with sharks and rays, and even has an individual manta ray named after her. Above water, she is generally on a gastronomic adventure or hiking for a view of our blue planet.