Please note that the production time of the SPORT Short Bifins 2 Carbon is approximately 10-12 weeks at the moment due to the high volume of orders.
The SPORT Short Bifins 2 make traveling a breeze due to their shorter size and easy packability. Their compact size also makes them easier to maneuver for instructor work, underwater photography, and even for shorter freedivers who have trouble maneuvering long bifins underwater. An updated rounded carbon angle between the foot pocket and blade gives additional strength to this important area, although pushing off the pool floor and wall should still be avoided. Choose between soft and medium stiffness blades, paired with standard Pathos or Imersion foot pockets.
Details and Materials
Premium 100% carbon fiber
Handcrafted from start to finish
Layered by hand for unparalleled responsiveness
Bottleneck shape resulting in more power due to their efficient transition in water
Soft and medium stiffness blades both have the same layering of carbon; the stiffness is determined purely by the blade dimensions
PRO Short Bifins 2 feature Molchanovs Hand-Built Foot Pockets:
Production times take approximately 3-6 weeks depending on the volume of orders. If you need them sooner, write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for priority production, which takes 10-14 days and is free of charge.
Length / Circumference (cm)
Desired Fit Guide
The desired fit determines the tightness of the foot pockets. Three options are available:
Comfort: Ideal for recreational dives and long training sessions. If you intend to put them on for long periods of time, choose this option. Comfortable for about 2 hours of wear.
Normal: Medium tightness, ideal for focused training sessions and competitions. Comfortable for about 1 hour of wear.
Sport: Tightest fit available that maximizes power transfer, especially for competition dives. Suitable for about 30 minutes of wear.
Choosing Bifin Stiffness
Soft: Suitable for all women, for athletes with excellent straight-leg bifin technique, and for men who want to use these fins for training and performance. Softer blades are more economic in terms of energy consumption, although it mostly remains a preference among freedivers with more strength whether to choose a soft or medium stiffness.
Medium: Can be suitable for those who rely more on the knee-kicking technique (stronger front kick due to more bent knees) and also for stronger males who use the straight-leg bifin technique. Can also be suitable for strong males who make multiple shallow dives (e.g. fun diving, spearfishing, underwater photography, and safety freediving).
Hard: Can be suitable for very strong and heavy men who dive to mid-range depths who need to overcome resistance (e.g. spearfishers diving in currents). More suitable for the knee-kicking technique.