Average Customer Review: based on 2 reviews.Rating: Tough boots
Good Day, Im looking for a sturdy pair of boots for my husband who likes to walk and wade creeks and river systems. The terrain is mainly rock and sand. First question- how well will the soles hold up under that kind of terrain? and secondly, would they stay snug on his feet when sunk to his knees in quicksand?
Hi, just getting back into diving after several years. I had a pair of Mares Classics which are worn out - are these Mares Flexa boots true to size or do they run small or large? I wear a mens size 8.5 in shoes & sneakers. I havent been able to find these locally to try them out, but I have with the newer Mares Classic Dive Boots, the size 9 feels just a bit large at the toes and the 8 feels a bit tight with my toes tight to the very edge (which if I recall, is probably the better way to go)... Im curious if the fit would be similar with the Flexa Dive Boots - Thanks a mil in advance!
buenos días. adquirí las aletas Mares Excel + , talla R y busco las botas mas recomendables para estas aletas, soy Colombiano, y en talla de zapato soy 10.5 USA.(28.5cm). creo que unas botas tallas 11 serian adecuadas, pero quisiera corroborar que no me queden demasiado grandes, podria alguie confirmar que medida libre interna en cm tiene una bota talla 11, por lo que he tenido diferencias este conciderando tambien botas talla 10. gracias
The exclusive design of the sole features a system of drainage grooves (DS Draining System), which prevent the suction effect between boot and foot pocket.
Donning and doffing a fin becomes much easier. Ideal for those who have to cover large distances on foot to the dive site.
cod. 412626 Flexa DS 5mm
cod. 412628 Flexa DS 6.5mm
Sizes: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
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.