The Pacific has a blade length less than 4 inches long and is crafted with Spyderco's "never rust" H1 steel. The black coating reduces reflections, and the large hole in the blade makes it easier to open while wearing ...
Updated styling gives the Aquapro 5 a fresh look for 2010, as well as a more comfortable fit, but the all-important fundamentals are still in place, including a sturdy hard-pack design, plenty of storage and a wraparound air cell for maximum ...
Snap-on SureLock II integrated weight pockets (sold separately) can be deployed, or divers can stay streamlined with the original version, which also boasts two large cargo pockets along with upper and lower dump valves.
A streamlined design makes the Start ideal for new divers. Its rigid backpack and wraparound air cell combine for great stability, and a rugged Cordura 500- and 1,000-denier construction will ensure years of trustworthy service.
Atomic's Nature's Wing blade design is enhanced by the addition of lightweight battens to balance flex and rigidity for a highly efficient kick. Significantly lighter than the open-heel model, these fins are ideal for warm-water ...
The foot pocket and blade of the Nova are joined by an articulated joint, allowing for full flexibility and maximum efficiency. An extended heel plate in the foot pocket helps relieve leg strain and marine bungee heel straps ease donning.
Inspired by Cressi's Gara free-diving fins, these long full-foot blades are made from flexible polypropylene material that responds best to long, even strokes and is suitable for both free diving and scuba diving.
Available for 2010 in eye-popping pink, the Slingshot hinges the blade to the middle of the foot pocket for additional power. The twin adjustable bands, which store and then release energy on each kick cycle, maximize thrust.
At just 9½ by 22 inches and 2½ pounds dry weight, these compact fins will fit in nearly any bag. Up top, a soft, fully adjustable foot pocket accommodates everything from bare feet to drysuit boots. Available in yellow or black.
Large, flexible tabs in the center of the Mach II Turbo's blade help reduce the amount of water that spills over the sides of the blade during a down stroke, therefore keeping the water moving behind the blade for maximized thrust.