- WINNER: Mares Avanti Quattro Plus Dive Fins.
- EFFICIENCY: Scubapro Seawing Nova 2 Dive Fins.
- TRAVEL: Tusa Highflex Switch Dive Fins.
- COLD WATER: Apex RK3 Military Dive Fins.
- SPLIT FINS: Atomic Aquatics Dive Split Fins.
- FULL-FOOT: Cressi Reaction Pro Dive Fins.
How do I choose a good diving fin?
- Heel Type. There are two prominent heel types for fins.
- Ease of Putting On and Taking Off. Fins are one of your most important parts of your dive gear, so everything about them should be optimized for you.
- Comfort and Fit.
- Ability to Adjust.
- Type of Diving.
- Kick Stability.
- Power vs.
How much should scuba fins cost?
The cost of scuba fins will vary between $25-$300. There are several different style fins. Most scuba divers prefer fins that slide over your scuba boots but some prefer fins that go directly onto a bare foot. Fins come in all different colors, lengths, and designs for different types of water movement.
What color fins are best for diving?
In low visibility, divers may prefer fins that are a bright color, such as neon yellow, which is easier to spot underwater than black or subtle colors. When purchasing fins, consider a unique or bright color that is easy for dive companions to find underwater.