Reef Runner Fin Skins

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Product Description

Add a custom touch to your gear while protecting from UV, scratches, and saltwater.

Why use ReefRunner skins?

ReefRunner skins protect your expensive gear from the ocean environment. Fiberglass and carbon fiber fins degrade when exposed to UV rays and deteriorate when scratched and exposed to saltwater. Additionally: Skin patterns help reduce your hunting profile and allow your dive buddies to distinguish you from your other cohorts Skins allow you to easily distinguish your gear from others' Skins remove without leaving residue, allowing easy installation for your next set of skins Skins come with easy application guidance Fin Skins Details Fit long blade freediving fins with blades up to 28" long and 9" wide. Not compatible with DiveR fins. Compatible with fiberglass, carbon fiber fins Compatible with plastic fins with moderate to low surface contour.

Order comes with two fin skins (one set)

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