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Pershing finneblade

1.645,00 DKK

(inkl. moms)

Pershing

 

 

Material: 100% Carbon Fiber T300
Fin Blade Size: 780 x 190 mm (including the thermorubber protective tip)
Fin Blade Hardness: 25 soft or 30 medium
Water rails: Constant
Fin Blade Weight: 237 gr


They can be assembled on 300 and 400 footpockets.


Pershing fin blades are identical to T-34 fin blades but they feature a length of 78cm. They are
ideal for spearfishing in the ocean, where the conditions which are typical of the sea in winter, are
more common all year round also at greater depths.


They can still be the ideal choice for spearfishermen who require performing but yet more
“robust” fin blades to be used all year round and at greater depths (over 20mt) .


They are available in two different hardnesses 25 soft and 30 medium.

 

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O.P.S. is a revolutionary manufacturing process which features the
overmoulding of thermorubber to create a protective cover on the tip of the
blades.
It’s the first time that plastic thermorubber has been overmoulded on carbon
fiber.
This has been a true challenge. We have conducted tests for over a year which our
fins have successfully passed after 300 hours in the water.
Overmoulding thermorubber, compared to traditional gluing, has allowed us to
work with specific dimensions and geometries which have not compromised
the classic technical features of our fin blades (reduced weight, great elastic
modulus and power) .

 

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O.P.S. is a revolutionary manufacturing process which features the
overmoulding of thermorubber to create a protective cover on the tip of the
blades.
It’s the first time that plastic thermorubber has been overmoulded on carbon
fiber.
This has been a true challenge. We have conducted tests for over a year which our
fins have successfully passed after 300 hours in the water.
Overmoulding thermorubber, compared to traditional gluing, has allowed us to
work with specific dimensions and geometries which have not compromised
the classic technical features of our fin blades (reduced weight, great elastic
modulus and power) .