Scubapro Jet Fins
Scubapro Jet Fins have a long and celebrated history of performance. They set the standard for power and durability in 1965, and are still immensely popular today.
Its durable rubber construction and beefy shape can still be seen on dive boats, research vessels and in the world’s most remote dive locals. Mention “Jet Fin” to virtually anybody who holds a C-card and they’ll know exactly what you’re talking about.
Featuring a proven vented design that decreases drag on the up stroke and enhances thrust on the down stroke, the JET FIN delivers just the right amount of power and maneuverability for the job at hand. That’s why to this day tech divers, deep divers, military divers, commercial divers, dive instructors — as well as old-school recreational divers — still strap on their favorite pair of JET FINS before every dive.
Clearly, when you’re diving with Scubapro Jet Fins, you’re diving in good company.
There are many imitations, but there is only one Scubapro Jet Fin.
Technical divers has been using the Jet Fins since the early days, the fins can produce good thrust when the divers are loaded with a lot of dive gears. The fins is also welcomed by many commercial divers from the oil and gas industry. Many Navy around the world also has pledged on this fin as their essential Technical dive gears.
JET FINS are available in a range of colors with an adjustable rubber heel strap or a rugged stainless-steel spring strap that lasts forever and makes donning and doffing as easy as can be.
- Rubber construction is known for its durability, promising a lifetime of use.
- Proven vented design decreases drag on the up stroke and enhances thrust on the down stroke.
- Choose from an adjustable rubber heel strap or a self-adjusting stainless steel spring heel strap.