Oceanic Split Fins
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  • FINS Oceanic Vortex V16
    FINS Oceanic Vortex V16

    Split-fins are in demand in America because people there would rather have an easier-to-use fin than be told they are overweight and out of condition. This has led to some rather unimpressive performances among a few of the market-leaders, leading many to believe that split-fins are no good in a head-on current.

    £125.00
    divernet.com
  • Atomic Full Foot split fins
    Atomic Full Foot split fins

    Why SplitFins deliver more propulsion with less air consumption All it took was watching the tail fins of fish – except that we couldn't keep up with them because our traditional fins took too much effort. Using hard kicking paddle fins can result in leg strain, fatigue and cramping. Because of the kick resistance of a paddle fin, divers often “felt” like they were moving fast. But underwater speedometers proved that these divers were actually moving relatively slow. SplitFins deliver more propulsion...

    £71.00
    scuba-zone-shop.co.uk
  • Strap Split Fins
    £99.95
    sunderlandscubacentre.com
  • Split Fins
    Split Fins

    TYR split fins slice through the water with 2 winged surfaces creating lift and forward propulsion which ensures a more even distribution of resistance during the kicking cycle. A narrow fitting fin ideal for swimmers with a weak kick.

    £33.00
    swimstop.co.uk
  • Oceanic Viper Fins
    Oceanic Viper Fins

    The VIPER blade's Flexible Power Thrust Channel directs water off the tip of the blade for improved power and efficiency.

    £45.00
    underwaterworld.co.uk
  • Oceanic Viper Full Foot Fin
    Oceanic Viper Full Foot Fin

    Available in SEVEN sizes and TWO colors. Ideal for all diving and snorkeling skill levels. Flexible Power Thrust Channel directs water off the tip of the blade for improved power and efficiency. Power Vents reduce stress while accelerating water over the blade. Oversized blade produces increased thrust and propulsion. Generous yet streamlined foot pocket fits well while significantly reducing drag. Extremely lightweight for increased performance and ease of travel.

    £20.00
    divemachine.co.uk
  • FINS OCEANIC AERIS VELOCITY X3
    FINS OCEANIC AERIS VELOCITY X3

    The straps are fitted using conventional quick-releases. I took advantage of this to substitute a pair of proprietary stainless-steel spring straps, now offered by many manufacturers as an extra-cost option. This makes fitting and removing the fins instantaneous, with no risk of a rubber strap breaking, and the strap is self-tightening, so that the fin is always held firmly on the foot. No effort is lost in fin-waggling!

    £75.00
    divernet.com
  • Oceanic V12 Split Fin
    Oceanic V12 Split Fin

    Oceanic has taken the same technology behind the Vortex series and extended it to the world's most efficient fin! The technological edge is achieved with the patented Nature's Wing technology by splitting the blade to generate highly efficient thrust or lift like an airplane wing, while reducing the strain on the muscles of the leg and hips by allowing the water to drain between the dual blades. With the V12, Oceanic's design team has worked long and hard to create just the right combination of...

    £97.00
    divelife.co.uk
  • Atomic Aquatics Open Heel Split Fins in Neon Yellow
    Atomic Aquatics Open Heel Split Fins in Neon Yellow

    Why SplitFins deliver more propulsion with less air consumption All it took was watching the tail fins of fish – except that we couldn't keep up with them because our traditional fins took too much effort. Using hard kicking paddle fins can result in leg strain, fatigue and cramping. Because of the kick resistance of a paddle fin, divers often “felt” like they were moving fast. But underwater speedometers proved that these divers were actually moving relatively slow. SplitFins deliver more propulsion...

    £150.00
    divelife.co.uk
  • Atomic Aquatics Open Heel Split Fins in Blue
    Atomic Aquatics Open Heel Split Fins in Blue

    Why SplitFins deliver more propulsion with less air consumption All it took was watching the tail fins of fish – except that we couldn't keep up with them because our traditional fins took too much effort. Using hard kicking paddle fins can result in leg strain, fatigue and cramping. Because of the kick resistance of a paddle fin, divers often “felt” like they were moving fast. But underwater speedometers proved that these divers were actually moving relatively slow. SplitFins deliver more propulsion...

    £150.00
    divelife.co.uk