- Kevlar 49 multi-axial reinforcement
- 25-degree toe angle
- 72 cm working blade length
Penetrator Carbon T300 Blades
Introducing the Penetrator Carbon T300 Blades - the epitome of strength, flexibility, and high-performance technology in the world of fins. Crafted with the latest advancements in mind, these blades offer the ultimate fin performance for discerning divers seeking top-tier equipment.
The Penetrator Carbon Range showcases the raw beauty of naked carbon fiber weave, making it a perfect choice for traditionalists who appreciate the elegance of this material.
With an identical profile to the composite blade, the Carbon T300 Blades feature a 72 cm working blade length and a 25-degree toe angle for efficient surface fining. The blades are extremely lightweight, complemented by wide water channelling rails, ensuring minimal fatigue and lower oxygen consumption for divers seeking the advantages of high-performance equipment.
To enhance durability, the Carbon Fibre blades are fortified with a protective layer of Kevlar 49 multi-axial reinforcement in the blade's tip, effectively preventing chips and cracking. This exclusive system unique to Penetrator blades employs Kevlar - an exceptionally resilient and flexible material that adds impact resistance without compromising the blade's flexibility.
For a finishing touch, logos are expertly added using hard-wearing epoxy inks or In Mould Labelling (IML) techniques during the manufacturing process, ensuring lasting visibility and style.
Unleash the true potential of your underwater adventures with the Penetrator Carbon T300 Blades. Embrace the harmony of strength, flexibility, and raw beauty - the ultimate fusion of performance and elegance in the realm of high-performance fins. Experience the cutting-edge technology and craftsmanship of Penetrator blades and take your diving to extraordinary depths with grace and precision.
- Wash in fresh water after every use
- Do not leave in direct sunlight for extended periods of time
- Store in a cool place
- Do not use harsh chemicals to clean
- Do not walk on surfaces when fins are donned