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Tech Blade Fins
Tech Blade Fins

Fins are priced by sized.  Regular MSRP pricing range: $49.20-$90.20

$49.20
Ideal for swim training sessions where stroke correction and technique are the focus. Created with floating rubber, the Vorgee Long Blade Swimming Fins are lighter, allowing for a more natural kick.

  • Floating rubber
  • Hydro-dynamically shaped for an enhanced forward thrust motion through the water
  • Flexi-Blade to reduce the strain on the ankles and calves
  • Soft rubber heel cup to reduce rubbing and improve comfort
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