Simply the best UWH fins on the market. The official fin of the 2013 Elite World champion French Men's team.
Now Available with the lightest full foot pocket on the market--the Pathos.
Select the material of the blade:
E glass, S glass, C5 carbon, C8 carbon
If you want Breier's made to measure strap back foot pocket, enter the measurements in the comments of your order.
Other wise hit the fullfoot pocket button (+$15 per pair) and enter the size and make in the comments. Beuchat available in 41-42 or 43-44. Pathos available in 36-38, 38-40, 40-42, 42-44, 44-46. Immersion pockets are also available.
Select the stiffness: 1-soft, 2-medium, 3-hard, 4-extra hard, 5-extra extra hard.
See our web pages for instructions on measuring your feet, and a detailed catalog.
Attention: All Breier Fins are made to order, and are not returnable, and may take up to 8 weeks to deliver. If you want expidited shipping please add $75, If the fins are in production, they can be delivered in as little as two weeks.
All composite fins are fragile, and are only replaceable if they fail due to a manufacturing defect.
Wisdom from Eric Breier:
My first recommendation is to split the team in two kinds of players : the back players and the forward players.
Generally players at the front swim longer distances than the one at the back and for this reason they need softer blades : one level below of hardness for the same weight and size.
With this being said, in a schematic manner :
B1 for smaller women
B2 for medium women and small men
B3 for strong women and medium men
B4 for strong men
B5 for very strong men (+90kg and-or very strong legs)
S glass provide better resistance to mechanical shock and crack propagation.
S glass is also more torsion and bending resistant.
15 % better resistant than E glass : it is the most resistant composite of our range.
We developped S glass blades especially for underwater hockey.
C5 vs C8 :
C5 is made of high strength carbon fiber
C8 is made of intermediate modulus carbon fiber
At a stated hardness of a blade, our goal is to maximize the thrust and the strength of the fins.
When bending the blade, we try to increase the storage of energy whilst preventing the break of the blade.
And thanks to C8, the responsiveness is better (higher modulus than C5) and the blade is less fragile.
Not much, we raise the gain 4 to 5 % but that makes all the difference in competition !
Questions? We love to talk fins...call or email.
Posted by Ian C on 28th Mar 2015
I'm a 5'10" and 160 pound male, with a decent kick (could use better form). I started playing two years ago (2013 Fall), and used HPs for a few months. Shortly there after wanted stiffer fins and went with Quattros. The top speed was great but I was not strong enough to kick them. My Breirs (Fiberglass 3) solved that problem beautifully!
As far as the fin pocket, I highly recommend trying them at an UWH tournament or borrowing a friends to get a sense of what size slash pocket you want. I have a friend that messed up the custom pocket and regrets it.
I have a fairly large ball of both feet and went with the BEUCHAT fin pocket 41-42. I wear a street size 10.5ish. However, since I tried several fin pockets and several stiffness levels at the Battle at Altitude 2015 in Denver, I knew what I was ordering would be perfect!
All in all, awesome fin, just due your diligence on the foot pocket and you will be ecstatic with your Breiers!
Posted by Michael R on 7th Jul 2014
I have oddly shaped feet with very large bunions. I can not find a pair a fins that fit without causing great pain following extended play. I was a bit skeptical but Kevin Ward assured me that the folks in France could make fins to fit my feet. I provided photos and sketches along with the required foot sizing info. My fins arrived and the fit like perfectly made gloves.
I got the C5 carbon with stiffness #4.
I could not be happier. I might go with a stiffness #3 in my next order.
All prices are in USD.