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Buying new fins....

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TerjeS

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Hi all!
Because my picasso black team fins are begining to be a little to small, i am going to buy some new. After a little surf on the internett and on scubastore i am thinking of one of these fins:

- Cressisub Gara 3000 (http://www.scubastore.com/shop.asp?id_familia=3&id_subfamilia=18)

- SPORASUB, H.DESSAULT PURE CARBON (http://www.scubastore.com/shop.asp?id_familia=3&id_subfamilia=18)

- SPORASUB, PURE GRAFIBER (http://www.scubastore.com/shop.asp?id_familia=3&id_subfamilia=18)

Someone who has experience with some of these fins, or maby have suggestion for some other fins?
 

Snorkel Bum

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From everything I have heard forget the Pure carbons, they are absolute crap (from what i have heard) if you want to get carbon fiber fins invest in a pari or C4's
Cressis are good :p
sporasubs look good, but have no idea about them at all, its more or less the same as the OMER BAT fins but with a toe angle
From what I see you don't really have a budget for your fins (Pure fins cost like 250€) i suggest you get some SPECIALFINS!!!
THese fins are amazing handmade super things! They are made just the way you want them

Visit www.specialfins.com
or
Email [email protected]

He will gladly respond to any questions you have, he did with me
 

Pablo

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Forget plastic, only worth to get in caves... for long or/and dive deep get fiberblades.

Have a look at the Matrix: awesome power, easy to swimm around (progressive blade) and look at the prize!!!

I never heard of anybody had snap a pair... really reassuring!

180cm and 75kg, I start to get cramps with black escalpez after 5-6h of good current swimming. With the #4 matrix I'm still waiting for a cramp and my diving buds :D. But must people like the #3: an "easy on the legs" blade with plenty of backbone.

Specialfins have good angled blades and get excellent reports (I need to get a pair to find out). Any of those two blades could easily be a better choice than must of the carbon junk you can see out there :naughty .

With any of those blades you want to be really careful at the stiffness you choose: better if you are able to try first.

You can find plenty of threads about the bats (Omer), but I don't think they are better than the Matrix... well they look better! but for your bucks you can get a better fin... and a can of paint!

Of course with plenty of cash you want a pair of C4... like the rest of us :waterwork !
 

TerjeS

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Originally posted by Pablo
Have a look at the Matrix: awesome power, easy to swimm around (progressive blade) and look at the prize!!!

Do you have a link?
 
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