Fantastic Spearfishing Fins for an incredible price!åÊ Spearmaster fins are Constructed from an advanced Composite Fiber compound to provide the freediver with unmatched performance, durability, and power. Spearmaster fin blades are made in small batches to ensure quality and consistency for years to come.åÊ No more expensive carbon fins that crack and break after a few uses. Many divers prefer the durability and flex composite-fiber fins offer. Made by SPEARMASTER-South Africa, these Composite Fiberglass Fins are so well priced its a no brainer upgrade to these performance fins.
Types of Spearfishing Fin Material:
- Plastic Fins: Plastic fins are designed to be durable and inexpensive. Some downsides to plastic fins are they are not as snappy as composite or carbon fins, thus requiring more effort to propel you underwater. Plastic fins are great for recreational snorkeling or for learning how to freedive. They are tough and cheap which means you can really give them a beating without causing damage. My plastic fins are the go to fins whenever a friend ‰ÛÏforgets‰ their fins.
- Fiberglass Composite Fins: Less durable then plastic, but provide a snappier power transfer through the water. After owning and cracking a few pairs of expensive carbon fins I almost exclusively use composite-fiberglass fins. They seem to provide a very close feel to the carbon‰۪s flex without the sacrifice of having to treat them with ‰ÛÏkid gloves‰. Fiberglass Composite fins seem to be the best of both worlds of durability, flex, and power transfer.
- Carbon Fiber Fins: Offers the most reactive snap of any fin material, lightest material available. You usually see the best free divers using carbon fins on deep dives. Great fins but you really need to spend a lot to get a quality pair. I would not advice buying a set of ‰ÛÏcheap‰ carbon fins unless you here some unbiased reviews first.
Fin Stiffness - What's the difference?
Choosing the right fin stiffness is a matter of personal choice, intended use and body type. Most people assume that stiff freedive fins are the best all around. Stiff fins work well for divers who spend most of their time either ascending or descending. Stiff fins work well for boat dives where you‰۪re not spending too much time on the surface. From my experience stiff fins have somewhat of a learning curve, but in the right conditions they are AMAZING. For those who do more shore dives and need to swim to their favorite dive spot, soft fins may be a better option. Soft fins work well for divers with injuries, joint problems, and beginners as they are easier to use. Soft fins also work well for the smaller guys and if you plan to spend a lot of time on the surface.
Spearmaster Fin Blade Specs:
- Length:åÊAvailableåÊin 85cm (103cm w/ Foot Pockets) & 80cm (98cm w/ foot pockets) Fin Lengths
- Material: Composite Fiberglass
- Blade Angle: 20 degrees, designed to fit a variety of available foot pockets including Omer, Picasso, Pathos, Salvimar and More! (Some modification may be required)
Will fit our Salvimar Delta One Foot Pockets!