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Sporasub Pure Carbons

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Mar 2, 2002
Does anyone wear Pure Carbons in size 40-42 and what size is your foot in the other scale? My foot is 10 1/2, would 40-42's fit?

Thanks if you can help

Too Small


I wear a size 9 1/2 U.S. Shoe and have the 42-44 Sporasub Pure Carbons (they fit a little snug wearing a 3mm bootie but too loose with just a lycra sock).

With 10 1/2, the 40-42's are definitely too small. You may even need a 44-46, depending on what footwear you use.

Hi Kbakery,
I wear a size 10 1/2 shoe and have the 44-46 carbons. I wear a size L 3mm or M 4.5 mm sock and the fin fits good with both. I think the 44-46 was only one size up from what I would have ordered had I planned on no socks or thin socks. I've been in real warm water (the pool) and if I were you I'd order the larger size and plan on wearing some neoprene socks with them. My feet never get too warm!

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