TUSA Liberator X-Ten Fins SF-5500-CBL 014420

Mfg Part #: SF-5000

TUSA Liberator X-Ten Fins

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  • Non-vented hydrodynamic design for maximum propulsion
  • Balanced flexibility gives powerful propulsion without fatigue
  • Lightweight and comfortable
  • Quick release, quick-adjust buckle makes adjusting a snap
  • COLOR: Black, Blue or Yellow
  • SIZES: 4 through 10

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Customer Reviews for TUSA Liberator X-Ten Fins:

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Average Customer Review: based on 31 reviews.

Rating: Great Buy
Reviewer: Jason New
I bought these to replace some more expensive fins that I use while cleaning boats. I love these fins! They are a little softer than other fins but work perfectly. I have actually recommended all my boating friends get a pair to keep aboard. I even plan to buy another set I like them so much.

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Rating: Lacey Diver
Reviewer: Neil J. C.  -  View all my reviews
I bought these fins for my 10 year old for snorkeling due to the fact that they said they were light weight and flexible. We are very happy with them. Very comfortable and easy to use. I have another pair of Tusas that are much stiffer which is great for me but I also enjoy these. Nice product for snorkeling and casual diving. And a great price.

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100 out of 199 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Better than newer model, more expensive fins
Reviewer: Ken Reinstadler  -  View all my reviews
I bought my wife a pair of new, more expensive TUSA fins for our trip to Bonaire. She owned a pair of TUSA Liberators for years, but the buckle assembly broke so I thought she would like this new model, and (improved) fins... not so. She felt they didnt propel her adequately in the pool, and she probably just could adjust to them... SO, I contacted Scuba.Com and they took the new ones back, and we bought a newer version of the old Liberators. She loves them! We just finished the Bonaire trip and she raved how good they were. Sometimes old school is just better!

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112 out of 224 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Great fins!
Reviewer: Matthew Lafontaine
Im a beginner and these fins are superb for what I need them for. Highly recommend to divers of the same experience level. For the price youll pay and what you get in return is win win.

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23 out of 41 people found this review helpful.

Rating: nice fin.
Reviewer: Scott Beecher  -  View all my reviews
Cheap price for fins. Bought for girlfriends OW certification. Appear to be. Well built. Think they run a size big.

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47 out of 86 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Tusa Liberators
Reviewer: Jennifer Cheatham  -  View all my reviews
I bought these for cavern class, Ive only ever used my splits. Most def missed them. These are heavier and more work to use but work great for the price.

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75 out of 147 people found this review helpful.

Rating: TUSA Fins
Reviewer: Karen Emigh-Wolf  -  View all my reviews
The Liberator fins are a very good economical choice. The one thing Ive noticed about TUSA fins is that they are a little bit on the large size. My wife has the Liberators & I have the X-pert Zooms and both of them are big (thats with booties).

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225 out of 446 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Easy to use flippers
Reviewer: Ike Hoagland
These are comfortable and fit great. As well as easy to slip on and adjust. These fins are easy to take off and no problems washing them. The rubber on the top part of the fin is soft and supple. I’d still recommend using a diving boot or sock with the fins just so you don’t have any irritation from sand that could get between you and the rubber.

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117 out of 250 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Fins
Reviewer: Gay M.  -  View all my reviews
These fit well. My husband loves that you can adjust the strap and then release to remove without changing the adjustment on them.

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128 out of 256 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Tusa Liberator X-Ten Fins - No BS Assessment
Reviewer: Donald A. Dutcher
The best part about these fins besides the price is the open heel design with the replaceable quick release buckle straps. Unlike full foot fins if the strap breaks, replace it and keep on diving / snorkelling. While these fins are a bit low end for serious divers, they are head and shoulders above the junk you get in the sporting goods or department stores. BOTTOM LINE: I am a rocket fin guy. If you are going to scuba then get a pair of vented fins. If you just want a quality pair of fins for snorkelling without breaking the bank, these are the fins for you. Get the black. They look great!

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168 out of 339 people found this review helpful.

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Questions and Answers for TUSA Liberator X-Ten Fins:

  • kate:

    what is the total length of these fins? (small)

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Kate, these fins are 19" in length.

SF-5000 Liberator X-Ten Dive Fins

The Liberator X-Ten fins are made with a specially designed compliant material that gives the entire blade a flexible bending force. Dynamic stabilizers on the blade surface and rails facilitate water flow which generates optimum propulsion with minimal exertion. This racy design is made from the most advanced and durable materials to provide ideal flexibility and stability.

> Non-Vented hyrodynamic design for maximum propulsion

> Balanced Flexibility gives powerful propulsion without fatigue

> TUSA Patented easy-to-adjust strap features quick release buckles

> Color: Black (BK), Cobalt Blue (CBL), Flash Yellow (FY)

> Sizes: S (SF-5500), Regular (SF-5000)


EZ Strap and Buckle System
TUSA's EZ strap and Buckle System allows fins to be quickly and easily adjusted with minimal effort. Adjustment can be made while the fins are worn, allowing for a precise fit and ease of removal when necessary.

Product Service and Repair (General)
Q: Where can I get my TUSA product serviced?
Equipment should be serviced at TUSA authorized retailers. You can locate a retailer near you by clicking on the Find a Retailer link on this website and entering your zip code. If no retailer is near you, you may be able to send your BCJ, regulator or dive instrument directly to TUSA for factory repair services. Please contact info@tusa.com or 800-521-8872 for more information.

Q: Can I Become a Certified TUSA Repair Technician?
Only authorized TUSA retailers are permitted to take authorized repair courses.

Q: How do I buy repair parts for my TUSA product?
It is our policy only to sell repair parts to authorized retailers. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Q: Where can I get parts for older TR series regulators?
TUSA has very limited parts available for the TR series regulators. Upgrade programs may be available to a current new regulator, please contact your TUSA authorized retailer for more information.

Q: Can I get parts for my Mask, Fins or Snorkel?
TUSA offers a variety of straps, buckles and accessories for replacement if a part is broken or damaged. These are available as TUSA CARE genuine accessories and must be purchased from your authorized retailer.

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