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C4 Indian/Fast compared to Redfox blades?

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Jul 23, 2020
Hi guys. I use the C4 redfox fins with 25 softness which is the softer option. I am 73kg and I find them a little stiffer than what I want. Are the Indian or Fast C4 blades softer than the redfox? They are both a little shorter and a little narrower than the Redfox.

I have used the alchemy V3-30 soft-medium from a friend and they felt softer. V3-30 blades are shorter and narrower than the Redfox too.

The alchemys though are a lot more expensive. This is why I am researching about indian/fast blades.
I have my eye on those fast fins and would love any input on them as well.

I really have been leaning toward the soft leaderfin pure carbons though. I am definitely with you, difficult to get a fin that is too soft as far as I am concerned.
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