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Fins for women??

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Feld

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I’m having a difficult time finding a pair of freedive fins that will fit my wife.

She needs a womens size 7.5 US or 39.5 EUR.

I would appreciate any help in my search to find her a pair of long blades.

Thanks
Jeff (Feld)
www.eastcoastfreediver.com
 

kirehe

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why don't you look at www.piratescuba.com as they have small sizes, at least sporasub dessault, which I assume is a good. and from what I have heard, it is also quite soft, which might be good for women. Or look at the omer millenium, which comes in small sizes and different blades. perhaps she will have to use a sock to make it fit, but she probably should do that anyway to reduce pressure on her feet.

good luck!
 
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