Outcast Power Kick Fins

Outcast Power Kick Fins
Outcast Power Kick Fins
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Power Kick Fins by Outcast
Fish move pretty fast, but you can keep up with the Outcast Power Kick Fins. They have a unique V-shaped design that delivers more power with less effort, so you won't tire as quickly, and easy-grab adjustable webbing lets you strap them on over boots, booties, or your bare foot. Grooved non-slip bottoms keep you from slipping on rocks and slick bottoms, and the solid heel pocket provides a strong and secure fit.

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SKU: OTS0007
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