Hi i want to buy mares razor carbon fins, but i dont kwow what size i need ... i am 41-43 on other fins. (i am 42-43 on shues) what size i need? i think 41-42 thats 9-10 (thats i need) in your site but i dont sure.... and how much the fins shipping to israel is costs? thanks vitaliy
Hello Vitaliy, going by the international sizing chart. You are a size 8-9.5 (41-43). As for the shipping if you use the Amazon checkout and enter the billing and shipping information then hit the recalculate button it will show you what your shipping and duties would be. If you have any other questions please feel free to give us a call at 1.800..347.2822.
do you have paypal checkout? i didnt find it... thanks vitaliy
Hello Vitaliy, if you add all the items into your cart that you want to buy. On the cart page you should see if you are inside the US the checkout using PayPal or Amazon. If you are not inside the US you will only see standard checkout and Amazon checkout. If you have any other questions please feel free to give us a call at 1.800.347.2822.
Hi! I just wanna ask question something making me sick whenever Im diving, every time in the water Im struggling to fight strong current and my short rubberized fins from Japan couldnt give me good result, I always found myself drifted away from the boat instead, could you please tell me as your experience which fins do you recommend is the great for diving in current waters? Would it be short blades or long blade fins? Let me know as well which is better the soft carbon blade or the plastic blade fins which is typically a lil harder than the carbon but both are the same long blades?
Hello Armand, the fins I would suggest for the type of diving you are doing would be the: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-20/014857/Hollis-F1-Bat-Fin-Adjustable-Spring-Strap-Fins.html. These will help you fight the current and stay with the group.
Razor Carbon’s versatility and exceptional performance, both on the surface and at depth will satisfy the most demanding freedivers and spearfishermen.
A quick, narrow leg action allows the diver to capitalize fully on the elasticity of the fin tip, especially during extended finning on the surface.
When ascending through the water, the entire blade delivers its maximum potential as the angle of the finning action increases.