Frd100 Freediving For Adults Neon
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PowerThe dimensions of the blade produce enough power for beginners.
User comfortThe foot pocket is ergonomic and of variable thickness.
Easy to useBlade angle is set at 23° for smooth flipper penetration in the water.
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Fins are wonderful but it is quite slippery and may drop off or quite loose so need to check size properly before you buy.
Thank you very much for your review.
I am really happy to hear that you like the efficiency the SUBEA FRD 100 freediving fins. It's a multi purpose fin that can be use by intermediate snorkelers and beginner freedivers and scuba divers.
Yes indeed, the size has to be chosen properly. If the fins are slightly too large, we recommend to use it with a pair of neoprene socks: https://www.decathlon.sg/p/8301065-31274-hanka-scd100-2mm-diving-boots.html#/65-285-uk_15_25_eu_34_35
This way the fins won't slip off and will be even more comfortable.
Hope to see you in one of our stores.
Have a nice day.
Make bubbles & smile
Fabrice, Omnichannel Sport Leader: Diving | Snorkelling | Free Diving
Good to use as training fins only. Fins are bit hard but light weight
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The heal is pronounced so you go for one smaller.
I've had these fins (older color variant) for over 2 year now, using them mainly for snorkeling/freediving and scuba. As long as there is a safe water access, you're good. Fins kept me moving around Taiwan and Indonesia and I appreciate the low weight when on the go. After two years (and 3+ months?) of abuse, the rubber boot part started developing minor cracks, but to be honest, I'd expect that much sooner given my daily use. Going for a new pair next time I'm in town. Will buy again.