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I was thinking about the problem people reported that the bifin omer footpockets make the fin to rigid in the middle where it should be more flexible.
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photos ?

Hello people.
I will be glad to see the photos of our broken footpockets ?
I don't have any big problems since 1997. Just sometimes our sprint footpockets ( green colour) has small problems on the back side.
anyway send me please your photos.
Best wishes
Sorry Bogdan, I did not want to mislead anyone.

I am quite happy with the quality of monofin. I have been extensively using it for more than a year now without any problems. They are good stuff and I can recommend them to anyone. :)

It is only very minor problem that occured due to the usage, wear & tear - which is perfectly normal. Black rubber inside the one of the foot pockets started peeling off (1-2cm) and I wanted to stick it back. I just wanted to make sure I was using rubber non-agresive, waterproof, good quality glue. I do not know much about materials and catalogs with different types of glue can be extensive. :eek:

I can post the photo if you want me to, but it is really minor repair and probably not worth discussing it at all. :eek: