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Picasso Blades?

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Apex Predator
Jun 5, 2002
Hey, do any of you know if the green Picasso blades will fit in the black team foot pocket? My black teams are kicking my ass pretty bad but it is mainly because I broke both my ankles a few years ago one while playing basketball and the other while playing football. How much softer are the green blades and about how much do you think that they will cost?
Thanks a lot
I thought the black blades were softer than the green ones. I have the black team fins myself and a mate has the green ones and his certainly seem stiffer..

(Go away Sven...);)
The Black blades are suposed to be the stiffest.

Keep in mind that plastic fins soften up over time and lose their 'snap'. So a brand new green blade may seem stiffer then an old black one.

As far as I know, all the blades should fit in the standard Picasso footpocket. I have both Carbon's and the black plastic fins and the footpocket are pretty much the same.

If you really want a soft fin try the Green Esclapez, I don't think the footpockets are as good but the fin is way softer then the black team.

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