They are available in both adjustable open heel and full foot, as well as in four different colors: black, blue, gray, and yellow.
There is also a difference between the colors.
The Black are negatively buoyant, more rigid and offer more traditional fining experiences, whereas the Blue, Gray, and Yellow are more flexible and are slightly positively buoyant.
In this Scubapro Twin Jet fins Review, we are going to look at some of the features which make these pair of fins a great buy, some of the good and bad features, as well as what other divers are saying about them.
There are a lot of fins on the market today, but only the Aqualung Slingshot open heal fins utilize power bands to make them more efficient.
These unique silicone power bands allow you to customize the amount of trust and effort you put into each kick cycle.
The power band is basically what gives these fins trust, they stretch out and store energy at the beginning of each kick and releases it just before the upstroke. This boost of energy is what gives the diver more trust while reducing diver fatigue.
Aqualung Slingshot Review we are going to see how this fins effectively reduces diver fatigue while giving you more trust, some of the good and bad features of the fin, and what other dives who bought dive fins have to say about them.