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    RBW Member EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD's Avatar
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    Dive system Carbon Fins

    Anybody who tried the Dive System carbon fibre fins?
    http://www.nauticexpo.com/prod/dive-...52-269210.html

    Not really for everyday use but they look nice for travel if the have enough "kick power" to move you with a CCR and a stage.

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    Re: Dive system Carbon Fins

    They look like float-tube fins fishermen use. I'd say no thanks, that foot pocket doesn't look strong or stiff enough (neoprene and plastic buckles, for dive, really?) And I'll bet they cost a gold bar or two due to the carbon fiber (which isn't cheap). There are better options for travel out there, I like the mares volo and full pocket volo race.

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    RBW Member EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD is a jewel in the rough EngelenD's Avatar
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    Re: Dive system Carbon Fins

    Thanks, that's what I thougt, the volo's were On my list also. I have been told the Carbon's are very slippery also, so not good on a boat either.

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