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C4 Red Falcon Fins


T700 Carbon strand is 40% stronger than the previous T300 strand used for years and lighter Paired with Pathos footpockets the lightest in the market Increased 29 degree blade angle Concave Tip for optimum bottom mobility Overall blade size is 87 x 20.5 cm Priced as a pair 2 year Guarantee against manufacturers defects

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Legendary carbon-fiber fin model produced since 1998 contributing to the history of the sport of Freediving leaving a legacy littered with world records beginning with Umberto Pelizzari in 1992. The RED FALCON embodies a typical trait for new models comprising a sensible increase in performance compared to our previous version of Falcon VGR blades. These all new fins are made of 100% Megaforce T700 carbon with the new large square aggressive fabric texture. Thanks to DPC (Double Parabolic Curve) curvature and the 29° angle the performance is much higher than those of the previous Falcon and Flap VGR fins. The increase of the angle allows the diver to swim maintaining a more hydrodynamic “straight” shape with a lower profile and less resistance. Blade Dimensions: 87cm (34.25) x 20.5cm(8”). 25 Soft is recommended for divers under 175lbs or surface swimming where a dynamic performance is the aim over sudden movements and overcoming negative buoyancy during rapid movements like spearfishing action. 30 Medium is ideal for Freedivers weighing between 175-200lbs that require a balanced stiffness to compliment their body weight and a mix of shallow mid-depth deeper diving to 30 meters (100’). 40 Stiffer blades are still softer than the typical Mfg’s stiffest blade and are typically well suited to divers weighing over 200lbs. The ideal application of a stiff blade for divers under the 200lb+ weight level is typically for deep spearfishing past 30 meters. In this environment a fast accelerating fin that generates sudden thrust is preferred to overcome additional negative buoyancy current and sudden changes in depth and variable conditions encountered in challenging spearfishing conditions.

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