FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PENETRATOR FINS, ALL IN ONE PLACE. PLEASE REFER TO OUR PRODUCT INFO, FAQ’S AND VIDEO RESOURCES BELOW. STILL HAVE QUESTIONS? NO WORRIES, FEEL FREE TO SEND US AN EMAIL OR GIVE US A CALL AND WE’LL HAPPILY ENSURE YOU MAKE THE CORRECT PRODUCT CHOICE.
Where is Penetrator Fins Headquarters?Penetrator Fins is located in sunny Queensland on the Goald Coast. We manufacture and test all our products locally in Australia. We are proudly Australian owned & operated.
What Warranty Comes With My Fins?We offer a (1 Year Warranty) on all Carbon Fibre Fins and a (3 Year Warranty) on all of our Composite Fins. We normally retain a 100% customer satisfaction and in the event anything unfortunate should happen, we are always willing to help. Please see our WARRANTY page for further information.
Do You Ship Internationally?Yes! We ship our fins all over the World. We also have an extensive list of International Stockists available; should you wish to physically see and hold our fins in hand. Please refer to our STOCKISTS page for more information. Alternatively send us an email and we can give you a custom quote on shipping to your area.
Can I Order Custom Fins?Sure, no worries! Please send us an email with your request and we'll do our best to make your dream set of fins come to life. We control the entire process in-house, from printing to manufacture; so we're pretty good at producing high-end one of a kind!
What Footpockets Do Your Blades Accept?Penetrator Fins accept most of the popular footpockets in the market today. The only 2 exceptions - which need modification to the blades, to fit properly are: 1) Pathos Footpockets 2) Beuchat Footpockets. Please get in touch with us if you are unsure and we'll let you know before you purchase, for your peace of mind.
What Fin Stiffness Should I Select?Our recommendations are based on your ideal lean body weight. This is a general guide and will not suit everyone. Please see our FIN STIFFNESS GUIDE below and email us should you have any further questions.
OUR GUIDE TO FIN STIFFNESS
Considering your build, strength and fitness level is very important when choosing which will best suit you and your type of freediving. Always use your ideal, lean bodyweight when using this guide. This will correctly match your muscle mass and strength to the correct blade type and stiffness. If the chart recommends two options where the bars cross over - the diver should choose based on whether they like a softer or stiffer feel to the fin. We recommend the softer option for the greatest efficiency. The stiffness comparison scale indicates how each model compares within the 72cm blade range. Divers under 165cm should consider the P620 range of fins. The shorter blade length will have less leverage over the knee joint promoting better fining technique and will be less likely to induce fatigue or joint soreness. Penetrator fins offer 3 main types of stiffness:
10 (X-SOFT), 20 (SOFT),