The fruit of many years of experience and research in the field of composite fins, the Razor Carbon is the result of the latest innovations in technology. The Razor is different from traditional manufacturing techniques in that it is autoclaved. This procedure used in the Razor Carbon allows full control over the blade manufacturing process and allows consistent quality for absolute reliability.
The special design of the blade, with the lateral stringers on the foot pocket, and the over-molded reinforcement's are incredibly efficient at channeling the flow of water. The ample 22- angle of the blade to the foot pocket allows the fin to become a natural extension of the leg, making fining easier.
The extreme lightness of the fin and the proportions of the blade increase efficiency and allow an almost effortless fining. The Razor Carbon can be used in so many ways and its exceptional yield, both on the surface and at depth, will satisfy the most demanding free divers and spear fishermen. The Fin is available in 5 sizes: 5.5/6.5 (39/40), 7/8 (41/42), 8.5/9.5 (43/44), 10/11 (45/46) and 12/13 (47/48).
This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.
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Comments about Mares Razor Carbon Spear Fishing Full Foot Fins, Black:
Technically I'm a "professional" because I worked as a PADI Divemaster 12 years ago, but everything I do these days is for my own enjoyment. I've been freediving for most of my life. Carbon fiber fins are drastically better than plastic or rubber fins. I should have made the switch years ago. For scuba diving I still use and prefer Apollo split fins but for freediving, carbon fiber fins are substantially better. For example with my split fins and even Cressi Gara 3000 fins I would typically only go down 30 to 40 feet for abalone or spear fishing. I'm a decent freediver but going deeper than that always felt like too much work. I hate feeling out of breath when surfacing. Now I can cruse down to 50-60 feet, hangout on the bottom, and still surface comfortably. I would have gone down further to test my capabilities but I couldn't find anywhere deeper in the bay I was swimming in. I didn't realize how much energy I had been previously wasting trying to fight my way up and down. I'm not even using good fining technique. If I practiced with these fins I'm confident I could easily go down to 70, 80 or possibly even 100 feet. I wish I would have purchased these fins 15 years ago.