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ROB ALLEN SCORPIA FREEDIVING FINS PLASTIC LONG BLADE SPEARFISHING FINS (Medium (8-9))
mpn: 6293, ean: 0648609798999,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 42 reviews
Rob Allen Scorpia fins are one of the best fitting, most durable freediving fins available today. One of the best fitting, most durable freediving fins available today. Moulded rubber foot pocket, engineered to prevent over flexing, meaning superior transmission of leg energy to the fin blade. Purpose softened blade with channels for optimum water transferal.
SEAC Motus, Long Free Diving Soft and Powerful Fins for Spearfishing and Freediving, Black and Camo Colors availables
mpn: 0710025520466A, ean: 8002908110395,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 45 reviews
SEAC's new Motus Diving Fins come with an interchangeable blade made using a special techno polymer with a formulation focused on the blade's flexibility and reactivity. Foot pocket is comprised of hard thermoplastic rubber with dual material density-hard in the sole and ribbing soft for the foot-that optimizes comfort and performance. Features 22-degree angle between blade and foot to optimize power of the thrust with less effort.Innovative closed-shoe free diving fins. Interchangeable blade ma
Mares Instinct Pro Polytec Spearfishing Fins, Green, Men's US 6-7 / Euro 38-39, Green Camo, US 6-7/Euro 38-39
mpn: 420406-038GN, ean: 0647732648881,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 46 reviews
The Mares concorde fins: are and upgraded version of one of original free diving fins which are ideal for shallow to mid-level diving with a high performance fixed polymer blade. The unique fish-tail tip improves efficiency and stops side wobbling during the fin kick. . New blade design: the tip of the fin is shaped like a Fish or marine mammals fin which improves efficiency at the far end of the fin and stops the blade from slipping from side to side during the stroke. Notches on either side of