In 1965, the Scubapro Jet Fin revolutionised the way divers move. A wide, overlapping blade design provided water permeability for the first time to prevent fatigue, increased thrust and created an efficient fin that is still used today in the military and safety segments in addition to recreational diving.
This venerable and distinctive fin design set a new standard for strength and durability over 50 years ago, and to this day, it is still popular on dive boats, research vessels and at the most remote dive sites.
This latest version features a durable stainless steel spring strap that makes donning and doffing as easy as possible, and each fin has an eyelet in the fin blade for hanging or storing together. It now comes in three eye-catching camouflage colour schemes – blue/white, grey/white and dark blue/green. The fins are priced at £186, and come in four sizes (M, L, XL and 2XL).