Scubapro Jet Fins; considered an industry standard
Scubapro Jet Fins are popular with divers who demand a fin that can withstand the worst environments yet still provide a powerful stroke. Used by military, commercial and technical divers the world over Scubapro Jet Fins have sealed themselves as the fin of choice for the most demanding divers. Jet Fins are moulded from a single piece of durable rubber, a pair of these should last for years and years, the only reason you should need to purchase a new pair is if you lose one. The vented design is recognised to deliver maximum thrust on the down stroke, whilst eliminating drag on the up stroke. The stainless steel springs straps are perfect for ensuring a good snug fit, making the fins easy to don and secure either underwater or on the surface. They are also much more reliable than rubber straps that can break at a moments notice.
These Scubapro jet fins are built to last, and if you get them you'll never need another pair of fins.
Scubapro Jet Fin features:
- Single moulded design
- Spring straps
- Vented design
A note on sizing
'Large' Jet Fins actually have a tiny foot pocket, big enough to accomodate a size 7 foot in a wetsuit boot
X-Large Jet Fins are suitable for the largest feet in wetsuit boot, up to around size 10 in a 'Turbo Sole' style drysuit boot or size 7 in a bulky rock boot
XX-Large Jet Fins are suitable for size 10 feet and above in most styles of drysuit boot.
If you are unsure which size is suitable then please get in touch.
|Weight in Kg||3.0000|
- Good choice Review by Curtis
- After researching loads of different varieties of jet fins like the Poseidon, Hollis and xs scuba I finally settled on getting these. So happy I did a great set of fins. Good price with the spring straps you will be hard pressed to find a better price, and you can always rely on AQ quality service and delivery. (Posted on 12/07/2014)
- Excellent Drysuit FinsReview by John
Perfect fins for a drysuit diver.
They are almost indestructible and really easy to don as they come with spring straps.
I suggest you be careful with the sizing, make sure they fit with the boot you intend to use them with.
(Posted on 21/03/2014)