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Beuchat Carbon Pro

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George.d

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Hi to all. I am a new member and I feel happy to haved signed in. Meanwhile I woul like to asked you a question about BEUCHAT CARBON PRO fins in competition freediving. I have seen a lot of articles here for PICASSO BT and SPORASUB carbo fins. At this moment I use the COMPETITION FIRM BLADE FROM BEUCHAT. I am planning to buy carbon fins for use in freediving competitions. Has anybody tried them or know anything about there quality, etc...

Looking forward to hearing from you in the very near future.

Best regards

George.d :confused:
 

freediver48

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Hi George,

Welcome to the list! I have been around for a while on this list and to my recollection the Beachaut carbon has not been mentioned. There was a thread a while back on high performance fins, so you might want to go and look in the previous posts. The C4 fins were well supported in this discussion and I might have given them a try except for my big feet. I ended up with the OMER Millenium Carbon Pros and I like them, but I still wish the foot pocket was a tad bigger. If you don't have wide feet or really long feet the choice is yours, but many (all) of the Euro-fins seem to have foot pockets that require Euro feet.

Best wishes,

FD48
 
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