ROB ALLEN SCORPIA FREEDIVING FINS PLASTIC LONG BLADE SPEARFISHING FINS
- One of the best fitting, most durable freediving fins available today
- Moulded rubber foot pocket, engineered to prevent over flexing, meaning superior transmission of leg energy to the fin blade
- Purpose softened blade with channels for optimum water transferal
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One of the best fitting, most durable freediving fins available today Moulded rubber foot pocket, engineered to prevent over flexing, meaning superior transmission of leg energy to the fin blade Purpose softened blade with channels for optimum water transferal The fins come in the following sizes: Small (U.S 6-7) | Medium (U.S 8-9) | Large (U.S 10-11) | XLarge (U.S 12-13) | XXLarge (U.S 14-15) Rob Allen plastic fins are extremely economical and are suited to the beginner and predominantly shore diver. They are extremely robust and are able to stand up to the heavy demands shore diving places on fins.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 36.6 x 10.3 x 3 inches; 3.5 Pounds
- Date First Available : January 28, 2015
- Manufacturer : Rob Allen
- ASIN : B00SVLGBLM
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- #392 in Diving Fins
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In addition, pretty stiff and they float so not for surface swimming at all. Swimming out to deep depth and treading water is a pain is the a** because your feet float up. Also, swimming in tunnels and caves is dangerous because your feet float up and can get caught on the roof of the cave or tunnel, this has happened to me twice at a decent depth.
I mostly dive 15-35 feet in Hawaii, training to go much deeper.
They do look cool though.
- Also, runs very large -
Im a size 10.5 and have to wear 2mm booties with my size 8-9 fins
Now, for the price. You’ll get decent freediving/spearfishing fins, but if you take it seriously, there’s some other options out there that aren’t much more expensive and are fiver glass or just better plastic.
Normally rob Allen stuff is great, a little disappointed with these fins.
But please don’t let that discourage you, if you want decent freediving fins, and want to save money where you can. These are great.
I’m comparing them more to fiberglass ones I have, when really there is no comparison.
Conclusion: decent fins for the beginner.
Seller shipped the XL’s right out and they fit perfect. Super easy exchange!