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WaterWay Capt. Nemo vs. Leaderfins vs. Ultrafins

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May 17, 2021
Hi everyone, newbie here =D

So I currently own a pair of Cressi Gara 3000 LD, but the fins are considerably too stiff for me and I want to switch. I am reasonably fit, but very lightweight at just 55 kg / 120 lbs. I also do a lot of surface swimming, so I am looking to get some nice and soft fins. Unfortunately I have to order online. To reduce the amount of returns needed I want to gather some info beforehand.

Essentially I am aiming for one of the cheap fiberglass brands and came across 3 competitors, all available here: https://www.freedivershop.com/fins-and-blades/freediving

- WaterWay Capt. Nemo
- Leaderfins
- Ultrafins

My questions are as follows:
- Are there any real differences between the blades of these brands?
- Which foot pockets are compatible with these brands (how can I tell)?
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