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Been using these fins for shore diving with cold water and have had no issues with slipping, and just got a new set for warm water, used them for 5 days of boat diving in Honolulu and no slipping issues there either.
Hey @LandonL , any idea when we can expect the new fins (made in-house) to be available? Last I heard was hopefully sometime in May. Is that still viable? I'm still waiting on XL's in black.
Also interested in what other colors or options you might be offering since you will be making your own fins, now.
The polymer material or whatever it is called that makes them stiffer than rubber, offers less grip than softer rubber fins like jets, aquatecs, etc.
I have three pairs, one old black, one new black, and one new orange. I have slipped number of times using the new orange ones on wet wooden docks. I don’t normally walk into the water from the shore with my fins on, so I can’t comment on how that works.