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Cressi Gara fins

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Dec 2, 2001
Keep the HF fins. You will find that as you dive to 50'and below, you will appreciate having a stiffer fin to get you moving toward the surface. There is nothing like being out of air, kicking your noodle fins and go nowhere. You'll like the HF's!
I thought that stiffer the better.....then I didn't know, but now I think it is the technique that makes you move...
I like mine omer milleniums..
Well said Pekka - The Omer millenium fins are known as a very stiff fin and rapidly gaining in popularity omongst the freediving (spearfishing) community. I just purchased a pair and can't wait to put them to the test.
the millenium comps are top notch when it comes to going up and down, but the gara hf's are priceless for any sort of horizontal trekking. haven't tried any of the softer milleniums except my carbon pros.

the fin connessieur :D
I'm reminded of the saying, "It's not just about how stiff it is, but the stroke."

ohh boy, here we go...:hmm

and how many women had to console you with those words, mister wet noodle?
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