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Cressi Gara 3000 LD Fins, Grey

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About Cressi Gara 3000 LD Fins, Grey

The serious spear fishermen know the value of a good fin. The Gara 3000 LD is designed identically to the legendary Gara 3000, what makes them stand out from the original, the material of the blade, is softer. The LD in the 3000 LD stands for long distance, indicating the main use of the product. These fins have emerged from the need to offer enthusiasts increasingly powerful fins, with less demand than the Gara 3000 Fins.

Less muscle effort is required for kicking, so divers can use them for longer periods of time, without worry of leg fatigue. The softer blade is very suitable for use in cold water. Cold water is notorious for stiffening fin materials and makes them less flexible. The Gara 3000 LD is an excellent choice for the experienced free divers. Its unique performance characteristics feature a more flexible, lightweight design with a custom fitting foot pocket. The Gara 3000 LD is also suitable for the entry level diver, allowing the diver to develop the stamina and later using a stiffer lade fin once they develop their leg muscles. The fin has a long soft plastic blade and a soft elastomer foot pocket that anatomically wraps around the foot, surrounding it with a comfortable bite that guarantees perfect transmission of the leg fin thrust. Fins are durably constructed and designed to take abuse. Fins are available in multiple sizes.

The Cressi Gara 3000 LD Fins, Grey is commonly used for Freediving, Recreation, SCUBA, Snorkeling, Spearfishing and more. The Cressi Gara 3000 LD Fins, Grey is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced, Advanced Diver, Beginner, Casual/ Recreational, Recreational Diver among others. The Cressi Gara 3000 LD Fins, Grey is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Cressi Gara 3000 LD Fins, Grey: Accommodates Boots, Comfortable, Efficient, Lightweight.

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This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.

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Cressi Gara 3000 LD Fins, Grey Features

  • Cressi Gara 3000 LD Fins
  • Designed for Free Divers
  • Long Flexible Plastic Blade Material
  • Easier to Kick for Longer Use
  • Versatile Fin for Spear Fishing, Free and Scuba Diving
  • LD Stands for Long Distance
  • Increasingly Powerful Fins, with Less-Demand
  • Less Muscle-Effort Required for Kicking
  • Leg Fatigue Reduced
  • Softer-Blade Great in Cold Water
  • Cold Water is Notorious for Stiffening Fin Materials
  • Excellent Choice for the Experienced Free Divers or for Entry-Level Diver
  • Allows New Divers to Develop Stamina, Later using Stiffer Blade Once they Develop Leg Muscles
  • Flexible, Lightweight Design with Custom Fitting Foot Pocket
  • Soft Elastomer Foot Pocket that Anatomically Wraps-Around-the-Foot
  • Guarantees Perfect Transmission of Leg-Fin Thrust
  • Durably-Constructed and Designed to Take Abuse
  • Color: Grey
  • Available in Multiple Sizes

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4.6

(based on 68 reviews)

96%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great fins - Must know what you're doing

Most people who wear these fins, wear them for the wrong reasons. These are free diving fins and proper free diving technique involves long, full, complete kicks using the whole leg and not solely the lower half of the leg. Less frequent but more complete, whole leg, powerful kicks are what free diving fins should be used for. If you know how to free dive, these are the fins you want. Note that they say for "experienced free divers" in the description. World champion free diver Umberto Peliz...

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

they brake at the arsh of the foot

great until they break,second fins the same

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5.0

Great fin for everything

By

from 44714, OH, US

I love these when I scuba and freedive. I like them so much I upgraded to the carbon fiber ones too.

 
4.0

Good fit for narrow feet

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from HCMC, HCM, VN

My shoe size is 39.5/40 and I bought a 40/41. My feet is narrow and it fit perfectly in width without wearing sock but still have a small gap in lenght. I recommend to wear sock because your feet will hurt and not comfortable for a long dive if bare feet. I wear 3mm socks and because I have narrow feet, it's just a little bit tight but still can be accepted. So If you have wide feet you should order 1 size larger if want to wear sock. For performance It pretty good for a beginner like me. Light and powerful enough.

 
5.0

Great Experience

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from Tallahassee, FL, US

I bought these for my grandson. They arrived very quickly and I was kept informed of my order every step of the way. I would not hesitate to recommend website to anyone.

 
5.0

Great fins

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Been very happy with the fins. Use for scuba/spearfishing exclusively. Had for about 5 years. No issues. I wear size 11.5, regular width shoe. My fins are 10-11. They are very comfortable for me on and with diving. A little work (snug) when getting on and taking off. I always wear 2mm socks when I dive with them also. I would buy again. Would consider trying 11-12 for my next purchase, but like I said, these have worked great for me for a long time. Solid, efficient fin, and I don't worry about them coming off or pistoning on my feet. Never had a blister.

 
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Great fin

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I do lots of snorkeling and free diving in cold water. This fin remains flexible in all conditions. It is much more flexible than Gara 2000. These fins can take some abuse on rocks etc and perform for years. I have used mine for about 6 years now. They are scratched up as heck, but work just as good as the first day. When in warm water I don't use any socks and I am not getting any blisters (they fit me snug)!!

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ROBERT R  Price and availability.
GARY M  Trying out full foot fin
PETER S  Buying these to use for free diving. Lots of good comments regarding these fins. The free bag for them is great too!
SCOTT M  I've had Cressi fins for many years and they make a great product. I use for freediving, spearfishing and lobster diving...
RUSS M  solid long fin at a reasonable price.
JOSHUA S  spearing
ERIC M  cheap
ERIC M  cheap
ERIC M  cheap
MARY C  I LOVE these fins. Never have they let me down. Other types of fins are detachable and have come out in the middle of a dive. Tough and deeply comfortable.
STEVE N  best longblade fin for the price
YORDAN Q  My name is Yordan Q I love to free-dive and spearfish here in South Florida (Miami) these are the best fins I ever owned. They are a bit rigid, not too much but are just enough the right amount so you can propel yourself through the water really nice, also their length is perfectâ?¦ you must use with socks, just like all other fins and they are just very comfortable, like riding a Cadillac under water.
STANLEY C  for my wife...great fins
Free D  I would like to wear these fins without a sock. I have a pair of Mare fins that are size 11-12 and I need to wear a 2mm sock. What size should I order in these ? I usually wear a size 11.5-12 shoe thx
Mike T  Hi Free D, I would select size 12-13 46-47.
ALAN M  I don't know what you mean with "sock" . I assume you mean neoprene booties. Personally, I have been diving for over 45 years and I have two pairs of these fins. I wear a pair of socks like the ones the airlines provide for free in business class. They also supply them for use in hospitals. they are synthetic and relatively thin, will not keep your feet warm but provide just enough slip to make the fins comfortable and easy to put on and take off. They dry fast and when the diving is over I just throw them away. I also have a 11 to 11.5 shoe and the 11-12 size fin fits fine. Alan.
PAUL P  I used to not wear a sock but now I do, for security of fit...my sense is they've stretched out some. Depending on how long you want to keep them, I'd err on the side of smaller, which may be tight at first but would anticipate the change.
BERNARD K  I bought these fins (11-12) and because they fit snug, a sock or any sort was not required. I have worn them often and have never developed a blister or been uncomfortable.
Jovi L  Hi all, I love the 3000 LD because of the softer blade and I intend to buy this pair, but my 2 friends who have used the 3000 LD made me confusing. They refers the Pro LD rather than this pair, and said their Cressi Gara 3000 LD me cracked while diving a few So can I anyone here let me kow how durable of the 3000 LD pair is? Appriciate any comments!
Mike T  Hi Jovi, First the Gara Professional LD are completely different fins. http://www.leisurepro.com/p-csbfgpl/cressi-gara-professional-ld-fins The main difference is the the Pro LD features Cressi's patented foot pocket beneath the blade design. Mounting the foot pocket beneath the blade increases the working surface area of the blade while more evenly distributing the load across your whole foot. Both Gara 3000 and Professional use the same blade material. As for durability, the quality of these fins is second to none.
LEVI P  i have had my pair for years now without a problem. had to buy another pair only because i lost one on a night dive. hope this helps
CHRIS H  Over three years of use and normal wear for me. Besides the bullkeness in storage these are great fins!
DAMIEN L  I dove off jetties for two years before they became my backups because I got more responsive fiberglass fins. They took a massive beating and still held up. I let all my friends who want to try freediving use them too and they still are around 5 years later
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