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    TadPole
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    Silly question but is that 3 lbs a pair or per fin?

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    TadPole
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmytaroh View Post
    Silly question but is that 3 lbs a pair or per fin?
    The bio-fin Uni full foot weighs 3 lbs. a pair.
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    TadPole
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    Bought a pair the other day at my LDS, stoked to try them out and shorter than most fins so easy to pack!

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    I'm looking into getting another pair of fins for diving the travel as well and keep going back and forth between full foots and open heels that are shorter and (maybe) lighter than my atomic splits... which I really love to dive in! I wear a women's size 8. I'm going to guess that I would still have to wear my boot to get a pair of these to fit.

    Since I'm used to the stiff atomics, would these feel to soft to mo when kicking?

    Appreciate any feedback on either these or other full foots.
    "May all your bubbles reach the surface before you do!" http://www.divebuddy.com/Linda

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    Somewhere I saw a post by a diver that had both. When I see it again, I will edit this post. And yes they will feel like less resistance (not less performance), but very enjoyable for snorkeling and freediving. It may be a good idea to check out them before buying to make sure they are not too big and heavy for your application.

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