SEAC Shout S1000 Diving Fins (Black, 45/46 EU)

September 1, 2015 - Comment

The SEAC series of Shout spear fishing and free diving fins feature a full foot, open-toe, non-vented blade that is very flexible and comfortable to wear over prolonged use. The composite design blade, made from thermoplastic technopolymer provides exceptional performance and durability. The 22-degree blade angle fits the anatomically correct natural angle of the foot

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The SEAC series of Shout spear fishing and free diving fins feature a full foot, open-toe, non-vented blade that is very flexible and comfortable to wear over prolonged use. The composite design blade, made from thermoplastic technopolymer provides exceptional performance and durability. The 22-degree blade angle fits the anatomically correct natural angle of the foot and leg for optimal performance with less effort. Side rails and ribs reduce water spilling over blade edges during the kick, improving efficiency, thrust, and power. The foot pocket heel pull-tab makes it easy to slip the fin on and off. Different sizes fit men and women over a wide range from men’s US sizing 6 to 15.

Product Features

  • Composite full foot, non-vented, hard blade fin for spear fishing and free diving is very flexible and comfortable to wear over prolonged use
  • Blade angle designed at an anatomically correct 22-degrees for superior performance with less effort
  • Comfortable open-toe design with foot pocket molded from thermoplastic elastomer; wear with or without neoprene socks or diving boots
  • Side rails and ribs reduce water spilling over blade edges during the kick, improving kick efficiency, thrust, and power
  • Different sizes fit men and women over a wide range from men’s US sizing 6 to 15; Color: Black

Comments

Julian says:

Excellent Fins Excellent Fins they look like my Cressi Gara 3000 LD good quality Italian Brand Seac SubAlso great price at Amazon Web site

Christine Boyd says:

Good quality but too big These seem to be great quality and arrived quickly. The blades are not as soft as Cressi’s if that’s what you are looking for. I had to return mine because of sizing. I am a womens 7.5 and ordered the smallest size. They were at least 2 sizes too big, and would not have fit w booties on. Otherwise seems to be a great product!Update: I ordered the women’s Mako competition freediver fins. I’m a womens 7.5 and they fit perfect with a 3mm booty on, tiny bit loose when barefoot. They are a little bit softer blade as well. I haven’t been in the water with them yet but thought I would post this since it’s hard to find freediver fins in women’s sizes. Happy diving!

Matthew S. Erickson "Mathis" says:

My only complaint as some other people have said is … My only complaint as some other people have said is this fin tends to be on the stiffer side. A little more flex would go a long way, but I will just have to get used to it.

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