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 who favor them claim that they are almost 30% more efficient than traditional paddle fins, and are much easier on their ankles and knees as well. (more about this below)
However, not all split fins are created equal and not all of them will give you the best performance. When it comes to getting the most out of these type of fins, you need to have the best.
If you are looking for new scuba diving fins, the Atomic Split Fins are a great option to go with. They are designed for comfort and ease of use but don’t sacrifice any performance because of it. These fins are specially designed to increase lift and propulsion while eliminating drag and fatigue at the same time.
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.