Monthly Archive: October 2013

What Are The Best Split Fins?

The Best Split Fins

Today you will find a variety of scuba fins type, design, and stiffness, but  one on the most  interesting trend in the last decade is the introduction of  split fins. Many divers around the world are still debating about the overall efficiency of split fins. But, those how  favor them claims that they are almost 30% …

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Scubapro Jet Fins – Time Tested Performance

The Scubapro Jet fins has been around for many decades and is still consider to be one of the best scuba fins in use today. It is a favourite among commercial divers and the militery because of its power and durability.

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Cressi Frog Plus Fins – Power Meats Efficiency

The Frog Pus fins is the newest edition to Cressi’s renowned Frog Fins line. It now features a more efficient channel blade and is made from 3 different materials which makes the fins very durable and vertically indestructible.

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SCUBAPRO Twin Jet – Max Proportion, Min Effort

Scubapro got their inspiration for designing a pair of fins that gives more forward motion with less effort by studying the tail fin of a humpback whale. The result is the Twin Jet Split Fins. They are available in both adjustable open heel and full foot, as well as in four different colors: black, blue, gray, …

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Mares X-Stream Fins Review – Nothing Like Your Traditional Fins

If you just take one look, you can clearly see that the Mares X-Stream Fins look nothing like your traditional paddle fins. Mares says this is due to two years of resources, experiments, testing and four patents all concentrated in one unique product. The new Mares Fins get its sleek look and performance from three distinct materials, each …

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