Freediving Gear

In the world of underwater sports, freediving is certainly one of the disciplines requiring the least equipment! Freediving, free diving, or freediving in competition: the freediving gear essential often comes down to a mask, fins, suit, watch, and possibly a snorkel.

A freediving suit is important to fully enjoy your immersion. The mask is the n° 1 freediving equipment for beginners or experienced freedivers. Without it, it is impossible to see clearly in the water.

Prefer a small volume mask for freediving, as well as long and sinewy fins: more powerful, they limit your efforts on or in the water - a plus for your free immersions.

The snorkel is not compulsory, but the practitioner's freediving often uses it, in particular, to move easily on the surface before carrying out their immersion, or to proceed with the spotting to prepare the next apneas. Which snorkel model is often on the freediving gear list recommended? A classic snorkel, without bleed or deflector!

There are several ways to practice freediving. Halfway between competitive freediving and underwater hiking, leisure freediving allows you to explore the underwater world and marvel at the flora and fauna encountered.

Beginners in leisure apnea, turn to a first immersion kit. This beginner freediving equipment offered by Decathlon includes fins, a mask, a snorkel, and a very practical carrying bag to slip into the trunk of the car.

As with all freediving equipment, this kit must be chosen according to the morphology of the freediver.

You can see it: if the apnea equipment is simple and light, it is also specialized when you progress in your practice and allows you to go further, without compromising on your comfort and your safety. Do not hesitate to contact advisers when putting together your freediving gear immersion equipment!

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