Inspired by the release of The Little Mermaid in 2023, featuring our latest Ariel – Halle Bailey! This Flow Tail drew inspiration from the colours of her tail and has unique ankle fins instead of the standard calf fins.
Our sublimation printing method creates the brightest colours on soft, stretchy scuba knit fabric. These tails are designed to easily fit your monofin in with no need for vinyl. The extra fabric in the fluke allows for that extra flow in the water. Available with or without fins – choose from the drop-down menu which fins you’d like, or if you’d prefer no fins at all.
Please read our safety information before purchasing your mermaid tail!
This is a fabric tail skin ONLY! Monofin NOT included. These are the recommended monofins for this tail skin:
- Mahina Merfin
- Mermaid Linden
- Mermaid Lucia
- Fantasea Fin 1 (not any other Fantasea Fins)
- Finis Luna
- Hand-crafted swimmable fabric tail for adults
- Sublimated on 180gsm 100% polyester blend scuba knit fabric
- Zip to insert monofin easily
- Elasticated waistband
- Printed & produced in South Africa
When entering your measurements, please double-check before entering your measurements. Tails are custom-made to your provided measurements. No returns will be accepted if incorrect measurements are given. If you are unsure of how to measure, click here to view our easy measure guide here.
Please note these tails are made to order to support sustainable fashion practices. Our manufacturing time is 6 working weeks (this does not include shipping time). Colours and fabric may vary slightly from website images, but we always ensure the best quality possible.
This tail is to be used by proficient and skilled swimmers only. It is to be used with the recommended safety-approved monofin. Other monofins or inferior quality monofins may adversely affect the quality of use. Injury or death may occur with improper use. Always follow common sense and safe swimming practices with the use of this product. Always swim with a friend. Avoid swimming in areas where the water is too deep or unsafe for your swimming levels, such as the ocean, rivers and open waters. Always swim in lifeguarded areas.