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Scubapro Twin Jet Scuba Diving Fins

SKU:
FI_25.385.DPS
(9 reviews) Write a Review
$173.00 - $199.00
Like the tail fin of a humpback whale, SCUBAPRO's Twin Jet Fins use a split-hydrofoil shape to deliver more forward motion with less effort. Result: more power with less effort and drag.

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Description

Like the tail fin of a humpback whale, SCUBAPRO's Twin Jet Fins use a split-hydrofoil shape to deliver more forward motion with less effort. Result: more power with less effort and drag.
All SCUBAPRO split fins employ a truly remarkable propulsion technology that uses an unconventional hydrofoil shape to produce forward motion with considerably less effort than any other conventional blade.

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Reviews

  • 5
    Best ever!

    Posted by jimjybe - via Amazon on Aug 3rd 2015

    I have had many different fins over the years and purchased these twelve years ago. Will never use anything else! If your feet or leg's hurt from diving get these fins, good for snorkeling and diving!

  • 5
    Less strain on the knees and great power!!

    Posted by Mike B - via Amazon on Aug 3rd 2015

    Excellent product...good power with less strain on the knees...have been diving for over 35 years and best pair of fins I have ever owned..I have bad knees and this is less pressure on my knees...

  • 5
    Best fins around

    Posted by Theresa L - via Amazon on Aug 3rd 2015

    Easier to maneuver in the water, although they do add positive buoyancy to your feet. I love these fins for myself so got them for my friend as well.

  • 5
    best split fins ever

    Posted by whistler - via Amazon on Aug 3rd 2015

    I've used tons of fins over the years, diving, free diving, snorkeling and body surfing. These are the best. I live on the North Coast of California where the currents and conditions can be truly awful sometimes, and I used to use big paddle fins to make headway against the currents and big swells, but my legs were always sore at the end of the day. No more! I use these fins for everything now, I even schlep them over to Hawaii to go snorkeling, even though they are relatively heavy. The reason I like these so much is that they're made of a synthetic that mimics rubber, so they flex progressively, like a rubber fin- why my previous favorites were the soft flexing Rocket Fins. Plus, the blue, yellow and grey are somewhat buoyant, so they will float (eventually) if you lose them in the surf. I wear a size 10-11 shoe and the large fits great, easy to get on and off. I use them with both 5mm and 3mm tropic booties. It you're a tech diver you might not like these, split fins don't frog kick or scull very well (although these are better than most splits), but, aside from that, I would recommend these without reservation. They're worth the $!

  • 5
    just like seal feet

    Posted by Keith Y - via Amazon on Aug 3rd 2015

    love these fins. all the benefits of classic rocket type fins but with the ease of split fins. the buckle is great too for quick release in the surf. the loop is great too making it almost like a spring strap to get on and off

  • 5
    Best fins I've ever owned

    Posted by Luke - via Amazon on Aug 3rd 2015

    If you kick from your hips with your legs straight, nothing will propel you like these. If you kick like a frog, you'll be disappointed in them. Every dive instructor I know uses these and my wife loves hers as well.

  • 5
    Strap wide and secure and easy to adjust

    Posted by California G - via Amazon on Aug 3rd 2015

    Very high quality fins, appear durable and flexible. Strap wide and secure and easy to adjust. They did not come with the mesh bag as described, however the fins themselves are well designed.

  • 5
    Love these!

    Posted by Ana - via Amazon on Aug 3rd 2015

    I received the fins quickly, and already have worn them multiple times. They are light and great for packing, and they made many a snorkel experience great this summer.

  • 5
    I have yet to find better?!?

    Posted by mbastu7500@aol.com \"From Amazon' on Aug 3rd 2015

    I got my first set in 2000 and the only reason I had to get a second set was because I lost one on a dive trip (slipped off- diver error)- love these fins