NAUTILIDAE 620

Now available in a compact version to suit smaller framed divers. The 620 range features a 62cm working length blade. The blades are 19cm wide. The shorter blade promotes a more efficient fining style in divers with shorter leg length reducing excessive knee bend that can be caused by longer blades.

 

The Nautilus (from the Latin form of the original Ancient Greek: ναυτίλος, 'sailor') is a pelagic marine mollusc of the cephlopod family Nautilidae.Silvia is inspired daily by her love with Artistic Anthropology and has showcased it here in her art work "Nautilidae" and has generously allowed us to replicate it for her range of art freediving fins.

 

Penetrator Composite blades are manufactured from Glass Fibre and Epoxy resin; using the same advanced vacuum moulding process and high temperature digitally controlled and monitored cure cycle as our Carbon Fibre range. CNC cut to ensure the most accurate profiles possible. They offer a progressive flex along the blade for efficiency and are super durable! These are the ideal fin for all round shore based and boat freediving and spearfishing.

 

All our composite blades carry a limited 3 year warranty against blade breakage! Not sure which blade stiffness you require? Please refer to the SUPPORT PAGE to see our FIN STIFFNESS GUIDE.

 

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Please email for other fin blade stiffness.

 

Working blade length: 62cm

Insert length: 14cm

Blade width: 19cm

Angle to foot pocket: 25 degrees

Blade weight bare in grams:

Composite 620: 280

NAUTILIDAE 620

$419.00Price