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DiveR Octo-Anchor Blades (Carbon)

$749.00$899.00

The DiveR Octo-Anchor Blades from DiveR Fins work as good as they look. Durable, effective and long lasting. These fins will be an integral part of your freediving and spearfishing kit for years to come.

Carbon fins give you the most efficient energy transfer through you kicks when paired with a proper fitting foot pocket. Carbon is more responsive and lighter weight than composite and plastic fins. These will have you kicking circles around your dive buddies in lesser quality fins all day. DiveR’s builds of these amazing fins set them apart from all competitors in creating a durable, responsive and stunning product.

With utilizing a custom epoxy resin system and aerospace grade fabric DiveR fins transfer load progressively from the heel to the toe, stand up to the test of time and look mighty fine doing it!

When purchasing Riffe Veloc Foot Pockets with your DiveR Blades you’ll have assembly options. Build them yourself or have us do it for you.

No freediving fin setup is complete without a pair of RIFFE FIN KEEPERS. A better foot connection will create better energy and power transfer through each of your kicks. We can’t stress enough how much fin keepers will benefit you with this power transfer of your kicks ultimately allowing you to conserve oxygen for a longer dive.

Footpockets:

When selecting your RIFFE foot pockets consider the thickness of your socks and the size/build of your foot. If you have a wider foot and you’re in the top 25% of the size range of the foot pocket we recommend you consider going up the size when using 5mm or 7mm socks. Foot pockets can be stretched/packed out. We recommend considering going for that snug fit and packing out your foot pockets should sizing allow. If you have any questions about fit at all please email us at hello@spearfishingcanada.com

Available sizes:  2-3 (36/37),  4-5 (38/39), 6-7 (40/41), 8-9 (42/43), 10-11 (44/45),  12-13 (46/47)

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