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When ordering scuba boots for warm water, is it the same as my shoe size?
Hello Suzette, yes you are going to want to or the same size boot as you do in a tennis shoe. If you are a half size you are going to want to round up to the next size. Dive boots do not come in half sizes. If you have any other questions or would like to place an order please feel free to give us a call at 1.800.347.2822.
Hi, just a quick question. what is the size marked in the booties? is that a men size or woman? i borrowed my friends booties earlier, i just avoid any confusion. i mean, if i buy size 7 for woman, and thats mean that ill get a size 6 marked in the booties? Thanks in advance!!!
I only dive in warm water. Im looking at buying the Warp 1 fins. I have never worn a shoe or sock to dive. I wear a 9.5 shoe, so a size 10 shoe or sock. What would you recommend? zippered? Thanks, MIKE
I get it that the full foot fins require socks while the strap fins will work with boots. Two questions: 1.) do I need to order one size up for either the full foot fins or strap fins to allow room for the socks or boots, and 2.) which type of fin is ultimately more comfortable over several hours of wearing?
I need a comfortable boot for skimboarding in cold water (50 water) for my husband and son. Will these work
Hello Deb, if you are looking for a cold water boot I would suggest the: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-13/003922/Mares-5mm-Classic-Medium-Sole-Zipper-Dive-Boots.html. This would both sizes for your Son and Husband.
We are going to the South Pacific and were told we need "thick water socks for walking on coral." Will your shoe fit the bill? I thank you in advance for your reply.
This is typically what most people are thinking when they are looking for that item.
2mm ankle boot:
light weight, perfect for traveling.
Includes a rubber grip sole.
Trilastic is our distinctive marking, the symbol of Mares know-how in terms of Neoprene.
At the start, Trilastic was identified with the idea of developing a dive suit with Neoprene sheets of different thicknesses. The greatest thickness is positioned at the core chest area and back, gradually thinning out on the arms and legs down to the wrists and ankles, where the material used is not just thinner but also more elastic, to improve seal and, of course, facilitate putting the suit on and taking it off.
Today, Trilastic has greater meaning. It is a world of materials, linings, finishes, zippers, and technical details that all aim to create the ideal suit for every need and every type of dive. Trilastic means mating the most suitable type of material to each section of the body for that particular type of dive.
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