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Cressi Gara Modular Foot Pocket


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* Fin assembly kit is included.

New self Adjusting foot pockets from Cressi, manufctured in two materials to enhance fit and performance. The Cressi Gara Modular foot pocket uses the conventional fin blade installation system, where the foot pocket tendons snap over the T shaped rubber blade rails. The Cressi footpockets will accept most standard shaped composite blades with footpocket rails installed.

The pocket itself is soft and comfortable, may be used bare foot. The sole is stiff and allows good power transfer to the blades. The foot pocket tendons have moderate stiffness and offer good supprt to the blade without negatively affecting its flex pattern. The Cressi foot pockets combine well with Speardiver carbon blades.

Available sizes

38-39 (5-5.5)
40-41 (7-8)
42-43 (8-9)
44-45 (10-11)
46-47 (12-13)

These sizes reflect European and US numbers stated on the foot pockets. The European size is correct, but the US size may not be accurate. It's important to use the stated sizes as a reference to the foot pocket only, not necessarily as to how it fits. For example the Cressi 42-43 size is stated as US 8-9, this is blatantly incorrect. The 42-43 fits a shoe size 11 foot (actual foot length 11", width 4.25") perfectly. Albeit it is a tad tight (not uncomfortable) width wise, which makes the Cressi foot pockets nicely suitable for narrower feet. If in doubt about which size to buy choose the "To Measure" size option, then at checkout provide your foot measurement in the message field and we'll send the correct size foot pockets.

How to measure your foot

Put a ruler against the wall and stand on it with your heel against the wall, measure where the furthest toe ends. In a similar way, measure the width of your foot at the widest part.