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The ‘Folding Fins’ are Lighter and More Compact Than Technical Fins

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Michael Hemsworth, Life style writer for Trend Hunter on the latest in aquatic gear.  Our snorkel and manta tours don’t require fins.  For avid divers and snorkelers who use fins and travel this is a new development.

The ‘Folding Fins’ are a compact, travel-friendly accessory for avid divers and snorkelers alike that will provide them with a way to easily partake in the aquatic pastime without having to track down gear.

The fins are poised as being 50% lighter than technical alternatives on the market, while also featuring a reinforced membrane and the ability to be adjusted to a number of different shoe sizes. The fins are also designed to be three-times smaller than existing options on the market when folded, while still maintaining an ergonomic fit when in use.

The ‘Folding Fins’ highlight a biomimetic design that is inspired by nature and will provide a truly intuitive experience in the water to help divers swim with much more agility.


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