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Old 05-11-2016, 06:10 PM   #1
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Taking a Freedive Class ???

MAKO Spearguns Freediving Class Gear Package

Our amazing Freediving Class Gear Package is only available to divers who are taking, or who have recently taken, a freedive class from a certified instructor ( FII, PFI or AIDA). Simply enter the date and freedive class location in the Order Comments box on the cart checkout page and we'll apply your discount.

NOTE: Every single piece of gear in this package is professional grade gear using the absolute best materials and the best factories.

With the exception of possibly changing your fin blades to fiberglass or carbon, you will never need to upgrade anything in this package. Every piece of gear in this package is already an upgrade for even the most demanding and experienced freediver.

NOTE: The only reason we can offer such an amazing package of high quality gear at such an amazing price is because we only sell direct to divers (no middleman). We do not sell to dive shops (no dive shop mark-ups). So you save a ton.

NOTE: Women..Please call to place order. WE DO HAVE YAMAMOTO WETSUITS CUT SPECIFICALLY FOR WOMEN!! Please call us at 540-361-1570

The Freediver Class Gear Package includes:

Mens Spearfishing Wetsuit:
Choose 3mm Reef Camo, 3mm Ocean Blue Camo, or 5mm Reef Camo mens wetsuits. Our Yamamoto #39 2 piece Open Cell wetsuits are regarded as the highest quality wetsuits in the industry, providing superior warmth, comfort and durability. From glued and blind stitched seams to integrated an knife pocket, knee pads and a chest loading pad, our Reef Camo and Ocean Blue wetsuits are loaded with features.

1 pair MAKO Competition Freediver Fins with Foot pockets
Although our Competition Freediver Fins may look like traditional plastic blades, they are not. These bent blades are made of a revolutionary new composition of 10% Fiberglass + 90% Borealis, thus offering the flex, transition of power and high performance not found in ordinary plastic blades. As your diving skills improve, our Competition Freediver Fins can be easily upgraded to fiberglass blades and even carbon blades. If you want fiberglass or carbon blades installed, please call us at 540-361-1570.

1 pair MAKO Yamamoto Freedive Neoprene Socks:
Designed exclusively for freedivers, these 5 panel socks provide a custom like snug fit and will not fill up with water like the cheaper 3 panel socks. Our 3mm socks will keep your feet warm.

1 MAKO Mini Mask:
Experienced spearfishermen and pure freedivers know the importance of a low volume mask. They also know the importance of achieving this low volume without sacrificing the field of view. The MAKO Minimus (aka MINI) Mask takes this ratio of Low Volume vs. Field of View to the perfect equation, thus further minimizing the volume while maintaining optimum field of view.

1 MAKO Freedive Snorkel (Euro Style):
One thing the Europeans have figured out is freediving. And the design of their preferred style of freedive snorkels is no different. The slimmer design of our Freedive Euro Snorkel drastically reduces friction while the ergonomic shape of the tube mirrors the shape of the divers head so as to not obstruct the diver’s vision.

1 MAKO Rubber Freedive Weight Belt:

Start your freediving out right by using the Rubber Weight Belt preferred by freedivers. The weight belt can be worn much lower than traditional nylon belts, thus allowing significantly more air to be filled into the lungs. Our Weight Belt has the quick release feature that will be required by all freedive instructors. If your belt does not have this quick release feature, it cannot be worn and should not be worn

What's the MAKO DIRECT Price: ????? -> http://www.makospearguns.com/Freediv...ge-p/mfcgp.htm




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Old 05-11-2016, 08:11 PM   #2
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Re: Taking a Freedive Class ???

Mako products are great and all but advertizing is advertizing, this not a just an altruistic discount announcement- its a full blown add. If every Spearboard sponsor follows suit, Spearboard is going to turn into a "webfomecial" site. Maybe its not my place, but as a steady visitor that enjoys the site, I don't care to see adds in the visitor post sections. Moderator, this is your site to do as you wish, but are you OK wiith this post?

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Old 06-03-2016, 09:42 AM   #3
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Re: Taking a Freedive Class ???

I'm not a mod, but I can tell you that a) Mako is a friend to spear board and supports this site fully, and b) if a discount is being offered to spear board members, then it's not an ad but an offer... there is a difference. hope this helps clarify a bit...
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Old 06-09-2016, 01:46 AM   #4
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The MAKO gear is killer! Not to many other companies have Yamamoto 45 material for their off the rack wetsuits. Especially for the price that MAKO offers. The MAKO mask is one of the best that I've ever used, it just so happens to fit my face perfectly. I have used it to make dives spearfishing over 150 feet and Free-Diving to over 300 feet. The fins and foot pockets are great and can be paired with any other high-performance blade for future use, if you decide to continue your growth in the sport! Not to mention the booties, Weight belt, and snorkel. Which are all high quality piece of equipment that work great for any kind of diving.
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