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c4 300 and 400 footpockets

DeepAbyss

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Feb 11, 2018
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israel
hello,
i want buy the c4 surfer 300 or c4 dolphin 400
Anyone have experience with them?
How the measurements in relation to other companies wide, narrow, long, short?
Are they suitable for spearfishing?
How do they compare to the beuchat mundial footpocket? i am size 39-40 in the mundial I use them barefoot.
Is C4 suitable for barefoot use?
Thanks
 

Great white 02

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Jul 13, 2019
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i haven't used those fins but one thing you will have to look out for is your ankle strength, if you start with something to hard as in the blade of the fin it will chew your ankle joint and it will hurt to fin quite quickly. if it is your first time getting free diving fins it wld be a good idea to try some out if you can borrow some form a friend or if a shop will let you test them.
personally i wld avoid using fins off this size bare foot, it will feel like you have been walking around in a mall for hours without socks on.
not sure if these fins are carbon or not but if you are doing shore diving you defiantly should not get the carbon blade.
if you can go to a shop and try them on and then if its cheaper on line go for that option but physically wearing the fin is invaluable. nothing worse then trying on the fin and they are to big or to small