How to Choose the Right Scuba Fins
We as humans are simply not design to move gracefully underwater. It normally takes tremendous effort on our part just to more a few feet underwater. For us to swim more effectively underwater we use scuba fins. Have the right pair of fins should feel natural, like an appendage, and should propel us through the water with less effort as possible.
Dive Fins Comparison Chart
Below is a table of some of the best fins available on the market today. The table will allow to quickly compare some of the make features of these scuba fins so you can make a more informed decision.
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|Mares Volo Power||Open Heel||Channel - Vented||Adjustable Robber||Yes||2.5 - 3.4 lbs (1.13 -1.53 kg)||23.2- 25.2 in. (59 - 64 cm)||Reviews and Pricing|
|Scubapro Seawing Nova||Open Heel||Hinged||Bungee Strap||Yes||4.3 lbs||Reviews and Pricing|
|Scubapro Jet Fins||Open Heel||Vented||Adjustable Robber||No||5-7 lbs||Reviews and Pricing|
|Hollis F2 Fins||Open Heel||Vented||Spring Strap||No||Reviews and Pricing|
|Sherwood Fusion||Open Heel||Cahnnel||Spring Strap||No||Reviews and Pricing|
|Mares X Stream||Open Heel||Hinged||Adjustable Robber||Yes||2.9 lbs (1.34 kg)||23.2-25.2 in. (59-64 cm)||Reviews and Pricing|