The Razor Polygon spearfishing fin is made of pre-impregnated fiberglass layers . The redesign of the classic Razor Polygon fin includes a bold new look and innovative and functional design features . The high quality manufacturing process used by Mares has produced an incredible fin. The camouflage printing is based on the study on UV spectrum light, and pf colors which are less visible to fish. Since contrasting colors are more visible to fish, Mares has decided to produce the best possible camouflage by reducing contrast between colors. The indigo based polygonal pattern is now printed on both sides of the blade.
The Razor Polygon shovel is made with pre-impregnated layers of fiberglass. The entire fin has undergone a high quality manufacturing process. The fin has a constant blade thickness and is 22 cm wide and 59 cm long . New variable lateral support ribs and 26-degree blade angle optimize thrust and flexibility.
The key features of the Razor freediving fins are:
• Blade produced with pre-impregnated layers of fiberglass
• Constant blade thickness
• Indigo camouflage design making the figure of the fisherman "invisible" for optimizing fishing potential
• The blade has a width of 22 cm and a length of 59 cm
• High quality manufacturing process
• New variable height side profiles supporting and optimizing flexibility and channel thrust effect
• Blade inclination at 26° relative to the liner
• Designed to be worn with a soft 3mm fit
• Interchangeable blade