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Short freediving fins

Aber

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I am looking for a pair of good, but shorter freediving fins, mostly for pool use and recreational freediving and traveling. I already have long carbonfins from Mtechnic, Cressi Gara and Mares Razor plasticfins. Is there something out there on the market that will satisfy my need and not be too far away from the quality of longer fins?
 

marco15499

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Pathos has a shorter model too. Maximum.

 

hteas

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I use Imersion greys. I like the footpocket and they are 4 inches (10cm) shorter. The plastic blades put up with a lot of abuse around rocks.
 

TheBob

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My dive equipment was stolen some time back, and I'm just starting to re-equip. As a cost compromise (and for travel convenience), I bought Mares Superchannel fins. I haven't found a place to freedive in Texas yet, so have not used them. Here's the link:

Amazon product
 

Diversity

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I am looking for a pair of good, but shorter freediving fins, mostly for pool use and recreational freediving and traveling. I already have long carbonfins from Mtechnic, Cressi Gara and Mares Razor plasticfins. Is there something out there on the market that will satisfy my need and not be too far away from the quality of longer fins?
If you want something quality go Alchemy pro
 

kociubin

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Molchanov's Silicone Bifins are another option to consider. They are shorter while maintaining similar properties to long freediving fins. I have a pair and like them quite a bit. They are also said to be indestructible.

 
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