C4 300 Footpockets
The C4 300 is a "traditional” ambidextrous style foot-pocket. This is where traditional ends.
Light Weight. These pockets are by far the lightest on the market. A pair of the . 7/8’s weighs only 11 ounces, or 316 Grams. Compare to the most well-known pockets in the same size range of on average 21 oz or 600 grams. The lightest foot pocket previously in the same size are 14 ounces. Save your legs up to 20 ounces in weight for each pair!
Shape. C4 studied the 300 for comfort and to achieve the best hydrodynamics. Look carefully at the bottom of the 300 pockets and notice the bottom. From the tip of the foot pocket side rails to the base of the heel it’s designed for fluidity and continuity of the shape and strength. Note the thickness of the material is much thinner than most traditional rubber and synthetic rubber foot pockets
Resistance to wear and tear. In terms of “WEAR AND TEAR” of the material to scratches, cuts, and cracking usually experienced with regular foot-pocket rubber the C4 300’s are in a league of their own. The proprietary material used is seven times stronger than rubber C4 used in the Mustang foot pockets and the rubber used in the vast majority of foot pockets on the market.
The Fit. Women sizes and giant feet not to worry. European sizes: 36/37 - 38/39 - 40/41 - 42/43 - 44/45 - 46/47 – 48/49 US/Canada sizes: 4/4.5 –5.5/6 –7/8 –8.5/9 –10/11 –11.5/12.5 –13/14
Comfort. Thanks to its impressive light weight and anatomical fit and design the foot pocket fits most feet like a sock and actually doesn’t require the use of socks so long as water temperatures are comfortable.
Aesthetics. “Bling” Glossy Black or White.
The material. The material used to produce the C4 300’s is a trade secret, it is special mix of materials especially made by us with our suppliers.
Foot pocket sizing is more of an art than a size chart would lead you to believe. Our recommendations below are based on wearing a 2mm sock and years of experience fitting customers with different foot shapes. Your personal preferences, how wide or narrow your is and whether or not you use different sized socks will determine how a pocket feels on your individual foot and is different for everyone. The foot pocket should fit SNUGLY but NOT TIGHT. Any pressure points or loss of circulation needs to be avoided. They should also not be loose, fitting so there is no movement between your pocket and foot causing inefficient energy transfer, bad technique and foot cramping.
36/37 – 5-7
38/39 – 7-8
40/41 – 8-10
42/43 – 10-12
44/45 – 12-13
46/47 – 13-15