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I.Net fin sizing for Cressis

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Hello fellow freedivers. This is my first post about hopefully my first pair of long fins. I am keen to get some Cressi Gara Lds from Diveinn.
My feet are 272mm long and average width. (about a 'C' on the Brannock machine; www.brannock.com/conversion.html ) I fit size 42-44 Picasso and Omer foot pockets but a 40-42 Immersion foot pocket. This is with 3mm wet socks.

The last thing I want is a floppy flipper. What do you think? The Cressi sizeing goes 40-41, 42-43, 44-45 etc.

I have emailed Diveinn twice re. this but it seems they are having popularity issuses.

Any thoughts?

P.S. I am building up a fully wrapped ski goggle style mask. Testing version #1 tomorrow. I'll let you know how things go.

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