Average Customer Review: based on 5 reviews.Rating: Twin Jet Max Fins
Hello, Im thinking of buying the Scubapro Twin jet Max adjustable spring strap Split dive fins. What colors to you have in stock for a size 10 foot. Also how long would it take to be shipped to Lodi Ca. ?
Hello Mike, Thank you for your inquiry! Here are the ScubaPro Twin Jet Max that we have in stock in your size: Twin Jet Max Adjustable Spring Strap Split Dive Fins Men's 9-12 (Large) Graphite Twin Jet Max Adjustable Spring Strap Split Dive Fins Men's 9-12 (Large) Blue http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-20/012288/ScubaPro-Twin-Jet-Max-Adjustable-Spring-Strap-Split-Dive-Fins.html If you would like to place an order or have questions about our products, please contact one of our certified Dive Instructors at SCUBA.com by calling 800-247-2822 <> 949-221-9300 or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will only be using these fins for snorkeling and will be wearing a 5mm neoprene boat. I believe the spring straps are for convenience? Do I need them or will standard straps do the trick? Are the spring straps hard on your heel? I have had knee and ankle issues and was directed to these, are there any other types of fins I should consider?
If I wanna use boots with this fins, is there some boots that fits better then others? Ive been looking on Mares Trilastic Boots, is that a good choice for this fins? Or should I choose some other boots? If I have boots in size 8, what size on the fins shall I choose? Does anyone tried this fins with float tube (flyfishing)? Lots of questions, but Im not a diver... Thanks Dennis
Hello Dennis, a hard sole boot will fit more snug in the fin pocket just because of the hard sole. But any boot would work with theses fins. The size you would want to order is the men 8/10 woman 10-12. You can also use them with your float tube if your boots fit in the fin.
Are the ScubaPro Max fins spring straps repairable ? My just over one year old rubber hand grip tore off from spring assembly. Can I unscrew one clip and slide hand grip off and replace ? Any suggestions on purchasing only hat part ? Thanks Tony email@example.com
have been looking for a good bit of time, I want to purchased the Scubapro Twin Jet (Extra Large, Yellow and Black) can not find any, have Scubapro stopped making these, how can somebody find/buy a set?
I have advanced patellofemoral syndrome in both knees and kicking has progessively become more difficult and more painful as the years go by. I am still fit, muscular and a good swimmer/diver and like to use a variety of kick styles. I recently tried the twin jet and thought it relieved a lot of the pressure on my knees, but am concerned about power. I am considering the mas but am unable to try it out. Which fin would you recommend? Is the max similar to the Atomic spit fin?
Discover the power of the Twin Jet Max split fin by SCUBAPRO.
The Twin Jet Max Fin features a patented split-hydrofoil shape to deliver optimum power with minimum effort, plus dual-compound construction, which enables SCUBAPRO to fine-tune performance and optimize maneuverability and diver comfort.
The OPTIONAL spring strap allows you to easily and quickly slip on your fins. No struggling with adjustments or getting a twisted strap over your boots. The spring strap system simply rolls onto your heel and keeps the fin snugly, yet comfortably, on your foot. Its added durability and sturdiness make your Twin Jet Max fins fit for a lifetime.
There are three primary variables to consider when selecting a fin: power, efficiency and fit. The more water a fin moves, the greater its kicking power. Furthermore, fins that transfer a greater percentage of a diver's kicking effort into forward motion are considered to be more efficient. TWIN JET MAX FINS do just that!
Quick release easy adjust buckles
Semi rigid side rails for blade stability throughout kick.
Bio-engineered soft foot pocket for seemless energy transfer.
Vented area for hydrodynamic superior flow during upstroke.
Bi-material blade for ideal blending of flex and performance.
Proven patented split-fin technology.