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Mares Razor Pro fins
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Product Description

Mares Razor Pro Fins:

Through careful study and analysis, Mares have created a thermo freediving fin that achieves excellent performance on all fronts:  light-weight, integrated blade and foot pocket combo, long lasting and powerful with out feeling heavy or fatiguing. 

Basic specs:

  • Average 90cm total length (varies with foot pocket size)
  • Integrated fin and foot pocket
  • Foot pocket arms support the blade with out preventing the flex pattern
  • Spaceious foot pocket suitable for medium to wide foot shapes

Size selection tips:

  • Long bladed fins should be worn with neoprene sox to avoid rub or blisters during long periods of use.
  • Typical with all freediving fins, the pockets will not stretch or "wear-in" to fit your foot shape. Please use the size guide below to avoid selecting a size too small. A loose fit is far better than too snug.

Size chart (guide):

Mares RAZOR PRO size chart (guide).
The way this chart works:   Your shoe size  +  3mm Sox   Foot-Pocket Size
Testimony and survey summary: Mares foot pockets are one of the most popular freediving stand alone pockets because they offer great power transfer, the fin arms do not over burden the blades desire to flex during kicking and because they just seem to fit  well: not too narrow or binding on the sides or bridge of the foot.
Shoe size (Aust/UK)
Shoe size (EUR)
Shoe size (US)
3mm Neoprene Sox
Foot-Pocket Size
5 - 6
38 - 40
6 - 7
39-40 (5.5-6.5)
6.5 - 7.5
40.5 - 42
7.5 - 8.5
41/42 (7-8)
8 - 9.5
42 - 43.5
9 - 10
Med / Large
43/44 (8.5-9.5)
10 - 11.5
44 - 45
10.5 - 11.5
Large / X-Large
45/46 (10-11)
11.5 - 12.5 45 - 46.5 12.5 - 13.5 X-Large / XXL 47/48 (12-13)

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