$ 749.95 USD

Gara Turbo Carbon Freediving Fins 

Following the Impulse project we have successfully transferred the same design parameters for S-shaped undulating deformation to this innovative carbon fin. This particular movement permits a notable accumulation of elastic potential energy in the blade, which is released in the return kick, transforming into thrust.

The effect has been achieved using a finite elements program that enables the performance offered by carbon fiber to be exploited to the full. The blade is all-carbon fiber with an angle of 29°. The fiber is imported from Japan, manufactured by Mitsubishi to strict qualitative protocols. The shaped and processed sheet is then produced in a specialist plant in Turkey. The blade is subsequently finished with an industrial co-molding process at Cressi’s Genoa plant.

The elevated chemical bonding achieved between blade and rail, effectively creating a single piece, has permitted the elimination of the rigid glue that prevented the carbon fiber blade from flexing naturally. The thermoplastic rubber used for the water channeling rails is extremely flexible and soft so as not to undermine the intrinsic characteristics of the carbon fiber. The blade is therefore less fragile and more protected by the rubber. The end result is a very light fin, with every square millimeter exploiting the flexibility of the carbon fiber to the full.

The new insole for Gara Modular fins is recommended for use with thin boots in temperate waters, because it improves the kick performance. The semi-rigid material of the insole is completely recycled. The insoles are supplied as a pair (right and left foot) and can be cut into their shape in three different sizes, according to pre-printed guidelines. 


  • Thermoplastic rubber footpocket,certified Full Contact
  • Standard blade / stringer interface with screws under
  • the footpocket and side clips
  • All fin components are also supplied separately.