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Difference cetma taras vs cetma carbon lotus

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Im looking for my first competitive bifin for pool and depth. I'd like to use the bifins for training and competition purposes.

Id like to hear your thoughts about both fins and the differences between them, as they both seem to be focussed at the competitive freediver.

Thanks in advance!
 
Im looking for my first competitive bifin for pool and depth. I'd like to use the bifins for training and competition purposes. BeBallPlayers

Id like to hear your thoughts about both fins and the differences between them, as they both seem to be focussed at the competitive freediver.

Thanks in advance!
Hello,

The Cetma Taras and the Cetma Carbon Lotus are both high-performance carbon fins designed for competitive freediving. The main difference between them is the footpocket. The Taras footpocket is made of thermoplastic rubber, which is more rigid and durable, while the Lotus footpocket is made of natural rubber, which is lighter and softer. This means that the Lotus fins offer more comfort and flexibility, while the Taras fins offer more power and stability.

You may choose either one of these fins. However, some freedivers suggest that the Lotus fins are more suitable for pool disciplines, while the Taras fins are more suitable for depth disciplines.

I hope this helps you.
 
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