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You're caught up in the internet, you think it's such a great asset,
but you're wrong, wrong, wrong,
All that fiber optic gear still cannot take away the fear like an island song.....
Jimmy Buffett "Holiday"
My husband's fave fins ever (and I have gotten him a new fancy pair for every bloody holiday since we started this sport!) are a pair of rubber oldies we found used for $25. If u are not used to rubber, you are going to need a little pool time to practice & strengthen your legs. It will be worth it!
When I started diving back in 1986 I bought a set of Dacor Turbo Flex fins, I think they're the same as the Turbo II's. They were great fins, I finally replaced them just a couple of years ago after the rubber started rotting. If you got them cheap and they're in good shape I'd say you got a good deal.