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Mares Avanti Quattro Power

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Avanti Quattro Power

The Avanti Quattro Power is the ultimate Channel Thrust fin for speed, power and fun in the water! A great all-round fin and an obvious choice for demanding scuba and freedivers.

  • Anatomical foot pocket
  • Rubberised side ribs
  • 4 channels for greater thrusting power
  • Long blade, ideal for both scuba and apnea
The best all-around full foot fin for diving. The Avanti Quattro Power is perfect for warm water divers, snorkellers and free divers that want ultimate power, comfort and speed. The choice of demanding scuba and free divers. Comfort combined with extraordinary performance.  
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Mares is a company of passionate divers who combine modern technology with unparalleled Italian craftsmanship to deliver the best underwater dive experience possible for each diver. Mares was founded by Italian Ludovico Mares. The company has been at the front of diving technology. His considerable experience as a diver during World War II and his innate manual skill transformed his passion for diving into a leading business that has opened the undersea world to millions of enthusiasts around the globe.
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Material: Thermoplastic rubber-Tecralene®
Blade: 45.5cm (size 42/43)
Weight: 1kg (size 42/43)
Blade Thrust Area: 960cm² (size 42/43)
Channel Thrust
Soft longitudinal inserts allow a controlled deformation of the fin blade while kicking. This channel shape moves a greater amount of water resulting in more thrust for the same effort.