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Seb Murat photos in PNG

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Although Seb Murat was a major monomaniac, he told me he was so frustrated with the non-availability of soft monofins that he switched back to C4 Falcon 80 bifins. He said that he does a modified dolphin kick with a frog-screw at the end, and says he gets similar or better results than with his old monos (which were too stiff for his style).

But, before everyone starts going back to C4 80's, recall that Murat's technique is an eel-like technique which requires extremely soft fin(s). Most monofinners use a dolphin stroke which requires a moderately stiff fin, and for those people a monofin will always work better than bifins.

Eric Fattah
BC, Canada

Eric do you know how deep he has taken the C4's yet ??

And does he use them with a normal bifin kick as well.

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