Molchanovs are the leaders in freediving monofins and we are proud to present the newest version of Molchanovs monofin, the S2. Designed by world record holder Alexey Molchanov to be the best monofin in the world for training and competing in freediving and finswimming.
All Molchanovs monofins are custom made to your measurements and are carefully handmade and assembled by experienced craftsmen.
Molchanovs Monofin S2 is specially designed for finswimming or freediving with minimal power input and maximum efficiency. This new model adds upgraded performance foot pockets, standard supinator (arch support) and a variety of available customizations and options.
Monofins come in a large range of sizes, blade stiffnesses and come with a fibreglass blade. Please see information below and contact us to discuss your requirements or for assistance with sizes and models.
Colour, size and blade stiffness options
Molchanovs monofins come with a wide selection of coloured accents and options. There is also a wide variety of foot pocket sizes and blade stiffnesses available to suit just about every freediver. Please contact us so that we can assist you to find the perfect colour, foot pocket size, and blade stiffness for you.
All monofins are custom-made to your specifications. Please allow approx. 2 months for manufacturing.
Make sure you take care of your monofin – check our our accessories page to see what is available.
And be sure to enquire about a discount when you order accessories with your monofin!
Monofin care tips
Here are a few tips on caring for your monofin, to get the longest possible life out of it:
- Rinse your monofin all over (including inside the foot pockets) with fresh water after each use (this includes after use in the pool, as pools contain high levels of chlorine).
- Avoid having your monofin in direct sunlight for extended periods.
- Avoid keeping your monofin in hot places for extended periods (e.g. in the car on a hot day).
- To clean the rubber parts of the fin (especially coloured accents), use a non-acetone based nail cleaner (e.g. ethyl acetate, butyl acetate, or isopropyl alcohol).
- Using a cloth, periodically rub silicon grease into the rubber parts (similar to the way you would rub in a leather preserver into leather shoes).