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Alemanni Speedy Hybrid?

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Jun 23, 2020
Anyone here who has tried the Alemanni Speedy Hybrid fins?

I'm intrigued by the shape and size, since it kind of promises an all-in package (bi-fin/monofin). However, before I jump at it I'd like to see if anyone has tried it and can give me a short review of the fin?
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They are quite short, 60cm. The removable rails probably help make them stiffer/softer adding versatility.

I wonder if shorter (but not short) fins might be an upcoming trend? I see that YouTube spearo Daniel Man opted for shorter DiveR blades (80cm?) as they are easier to pack and travel with. Significantly, he reckons he doesn't feel like he's lost anything by going short. That doesn't surprise me, I am quite big, strong, heavy and have strong legs but my full size fins still feel very big (wide and long) to me and my finning cadence has to be much lower than with shorter fins. Heaven knows how somebody half my weight manages. If somebody suggested making fins longer or wider I would laugh. But if they suggest shorter or narrower, I would listen. Perhaps that would be better?
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