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Seac Diving Fuga Fins

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Seac Diving Fuga Fins

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Product description

Traditionally styled, the Fuga diving fin from SEAC is ideal for dives in temperate waters or for snorkeling. Offering the functional and engineering features of SEAC's Propulsion fin, the Fuga combines a lightweight technopolymer blade with a stable and high performance design. The soft and flexible fin features a double-ribbed blade to help optimize the channeling of water. The high-resistance thermoplastic rubber shoe ensures maximum comfort. Founded in Italy in 1971, SEAC proudly continues to take the lead in producing high-quality diving gear and ensures that each and every product is individually verified and tested.


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