Rob Allen 4mm Float Line
Rob Allen’s 4mm float line is manufactured specifically to Rob Allen standards.
Floatlines / February 67/10
A gorgeous carbon blade that is light, strong and high performing. The tip shape provides exceptional water propulsion without excesses fatigue and the overall fin shape adapts very well to many different kicking styles and techniques. Spearfisherman love the blade for its ability to accept the smallest of adjustment and provide ample power in return to change angles and glide direction.
The fin is built to accept the PATHOS foot pocket (a Greek product). For some people, this foot pocket doesn’t work well for them. Although the fin can be put in other pockets, it truly fits the pathos pocket to perfection and performs best in that pocket.
Meister has built a truly exceptionally well performing and durable fin that is without equal.
No country is better known for high performance carbon blades than Greece. The true masters of the deep aspeto, shallow rough boulder hunting & global traveling, the EVO blade is a true masterpiece of Greek spearfishing.
Hand made by professional spearfishermen and tested worldwide, the Meister EVO blade is an “evolution” of years of carbon fin manufacturing knowledge. With 5 harness types and variable bending technology, a perfect blade can be made for any diver, regardless of your experience or technique. More specifically, the blade is made to enhance your spearfishing by reducing fatigue & reducing pressure on your ankles and calves.
From Blue Water Diving to Deep Hole Hunting to Shallow & Surge work, the EVO blade is a perfect balance of performance, style and resilience a diver expects out of a premium blade.
There is a rumor that carbon blades are extremely fragile and some are and most were 10 years ago, but times have changes. This is a picture of a Meister Evo fin after being struck by a 350hp motor while entering the water off the back of the boat. While the diver was extremely lucky he did not loose his foot after the blade sustained over 8 prop hits, the fin was used for an addition 2 days of diving and never fully failed. The last 3 inches of the blade eventually fell off, this is the area that sustained the most impact .