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Freefrog Fins

Sale price$119.95

Cressi Free Frog Full Foot Fins

Is back! The fin has been remade with a new molding technology. The foot pocket has been improved to fit most all foot shapes. The Free Frog enjoys the exclusive characteristics of the Cressi diving fins maintaining the spirit of the legendary Frog. It features a below the blade foot pocket that provide a larger surface area to increase kicking thrust. It is manufactured in a variant of low-modulus polypropylene that, combines great flexibility, softness, and resistance to a demanding use.

Great for Underwater Hockey!

The Cressi Free Frog is designed and developed in Italy by Cressi, an Italian brand pioneer in Scuba Diving, Freediving and Spearfishing equipment. Fin foot pocket has a large heel pull tab for easy donning and doffing. This full foot non-vented fin design is available in multiple sizes.


Cressi Free Frog Full Foot Fins Features

  • Remade with New Molding Technology
  • Foot Pocket: Improved to Fit Most All Foot Shapes
  • Maintaining Spirit of Legendary Frog
  • Below-the-Blade Foot Pocket Provide Larger Surface Area to Increase Kicking Thrust
  • Manufactured in Variant of Low-Modulus Polypropylene
  • Combines Flexibility, Softness and Resistance to Demanding Use
  • Large Heel Pull Tab for Easy Donning and Doffing
  • Non-Vented Fin Blade Design
  • Designed and Developed in Italy by Cressi

Cressi Free Frog Full Foot Fins

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Color:Red
Free Frog Fins - Dive & Fish
Freefrog Fins Sale price$119.95

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Free Frog fins for underwater hockey and underwater rugby

The Free Frog fins were a bit of an experiment in terms of trying something new for underwater hockey and rugby (the fins I used for many years can’t be purchased in Australia anymore). For a beginner they would be absolutely fine, however, they are a bit too flexible to gain optimal speed for more advanced play. They are also very slippery on land (tiles), which can be a hazard coming in and out of the pool (in particular when rapidly subbing). There is a very “sharp” edge on both sides where the foot pocket connects to the blade. This would need to be filed down to be safe for surrounding players and to be approved for competition games.
They do have the most comfortable foot pocket I have ever worn in all the years I’ve been sporting underwater. I believe they would be perfect for recreational free diving.
In terms of Dive and Fish ordering and delivery it was a 10/10.