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Sporasub Pure Grafiber

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hi everyone,
im the newbie here but i've been checking out the forum for a while. just wondering if anyone tried them out yet? i've been shopping around for a new pair of fins and are considering the nemo or powerblades via website. does anyone have info on the sporasub?
thanks
 

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they are said to be really soft, make a search on them, I know we talked about them on "fin lineup" tread.
 

bluecape

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Hi

I use Sporasub Varient Carbon fins if I'm doing boat dives' and I find them really nice.
They have great power but with a very soft feel. I have'nt tried the grafiber fins.

For shore dives I am using JB Esclapez, which was recommeded to me via someone on DeeperBlue, also very happy with them.
 
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