Pathos Supreme Carbon

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PATHOS SUPREME Carbon blades are made of 285-T2 pure Carbon Fiber. This fabric is proven to be the best choice for our carbon blades due to the combination of high resistance and instant reaction. The selected carbon fiber combined with the best quality epoxy resin provides stiffness, reliability and long life. The carbon weaving style eliminates wrinkling, cracking and distortion of the blade and ensures complete resin soaking, while it insures rapid recall and extra flexibility.


Each pair is processed thermally for 36 hours and cures at 8 tons pressure for 24 hours. This process gives the SUPREME carbon blades a gloss surface that minimizes water friction and a more reactive performance. The manufacturing process minimizes carbon fabric and epoxy resin disposal.


The SUPREME Carbon blades have an outstanding performance during deep dives due to the side water rails. These elastic spoilers operate as guides, creating a water channel that prevents the fins to drift on the sides and save diver’s precious energy. 


Having tested several different shapes of fins edges for hundreds of hours we came to the conclusion that the SUPREME flap-shaped edge not only exceeds the diver’s effort but also adds an extra push at the end of the leg movement. This element allows the diver to use less power, compared to previous concave shaped models.


SUPREME blades divert the power created by the diver’s movement all along their length. This is succeeded due to the carbon fabric’s inner arrangement. The special inner design gives the blades the ability of taking under pressure a double curved S-shape that provides the best flexibility, efficiency and functionality. 

The best fins’ performance is achieved by increasing the blade’s angle and this requires a well-trained diver who constantly exercises and keeps up his/her fitness. The 33o angle comforts very experienced divers who keeps up their fitness condition and brings up the perfect results. The diver feels the superiority of the SUPREME swimming long distances and at free-fall planning in deep dives.  The SUPREME blades combined with PATHOS footpocket give more dynamic results.


Areal weight: 285 g / m2
Weaving style: Twill 4X4
Tensile strength (MPa): 3530
Tensile modulus (GPa): 230
Elongation at break (%): 1.5

LENGTH:  895mm/990mm
WIDTH:    200mm
ANGLE:       33o
WATER RAIL: Constant 15mm 



Your fins will arrive ready to go! We carefully take the time to ensure that the blades are stuck to the footpockets, with a professional finish. This process can take a few days, allowing us to trim the blade so it fits the foot pocket perfectly so that the angle is the correct place for optimum performance.

Please call us on 07595 466393 to discuss your specific details/requirements/sizing, or just for a general chat! Alternatively email us at

We supply Medium blades, attached to the soft pockets for in our opinion the best setup. Should you require anything else please contact us


UK - 7 to 12 working days

Europe - 7 to 15 working days

America - 7 to 15 working days

Rest of the world - 12 to 17 working days


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    Pathos Supreme Fins

    Posted by Natasha Morrison on 19th Aug 2020

    I started freediving and quickly went to some blue Molchanov fins. They were amazing to use and changed my diving. I realised though as I get deeper they are missing a little power. I went on the search for a set to replace them. Molchanovs are considered one of the best possibly available , so this was no easy search. Eventually, I came across these Supreme fins. I wanted to hold off a review until I knew exactly what these were like. The fist time these went into the water two things hit me. First, they felt like I’d gone from a 5 speed car to an 8 speed. There were extra gears clearly noticeable. Second, they felt effortless exactly like the Molchanov’s. I’ve now used them for weeks and I love them! They are easy and efficient when you need, yet they’ll move up a gear when you need for that extra boost. I’m really unsure if there’s anyway that they could be improved. Great job Pathos!