Freedive Fins (Pure Carbon Fiber) Blades Only
The MAKO Spearguns 100% Pure Carbon Fiber Freedive Fin Blades will give you better propulsion with much less effort than you ever imagined. Extremely durable, these pure carbon freedive fins are made using a hand laminated process, along with a vacuum mold that yields an outstanding ratio of energy to propulsion.
Available by themselves (freedive fin blades only), or buy them with our Competition Freediver Foot Pockets and save! Because we make our own foot pockets and because we sell direct to you, the diver, nobody can match our pricing and the quality of our foot pockets is extremely well known throughout the diving community.
That's right - NO GLUE! The MAKO Spearguns Competiton Freediver Foot pockets require no glue when installing blades. You can easily remove, change and re-install your fin blades quickly and easily.
Check out the video above to see how easy it is to swap your fin blades.
Because the fin blades are NOT GLUED IN, you can also have multiple foot pockets in different sizes and move your fin blades to whichever foot pockets you want. You can't do that with foot pockets that require gluing.
We back these blades with a 1 year warranty to the original purchaser on materials and craftsmanship.
- Blades measure 80cm long x 20cm wide with a 20 degree angle.
- Available in soft and medium stiffness.
- One pair of pure carbon fin blades.
Note: If you have any questions regarding size, blade length or blade stiffness selection, please feel free to call us. We are happy to help.
Our blades are sold by the pair. If you ever lose a fin, MAKO will sell just one fin (or blade). Being so heavily invested in unmatched customer service, we are one of the only companies that offer this.
Selecting the proper fin stiffness:
In selecting the proper fin stiffness, there are many variables to take into consideration such as a your weight, strength, type of diving and conditions in which you'll be diving. The most standard method is selecting fin stiffness based on the your weight and strength.
Because a softer blade is becoming the preferred blade among freedivers, our soft blades are by far the most popular. For very strong divers and big guys, we also carry a medium stiffness.
SOFT blades are recommended for small to medium size divers and are the most popular.
MEDIUM blades are for larger divers with strong legs.