The shorter overall length makes these fins compact for travel. They have easily adjustable straps, can be worn barefoot and has soft, comfortable foot pockets. These are also excellent for swim training.
With a forgiving blade ideal for long snorkeling sessions--and suitable for diving - the Caravelle is an easy choice for warm water trips. The specially formulated blade material is lightweight, delivering the power of a larger fin, and its supple, anatomical foot pocket is easy to slip on and off.
Specially formulated blade material is highly responsive, snapping back in each kick cycle for maximized thrust
Lightweight blade reduces kicking effort and is comfortable for long snorkeling sessions and warm water diving
Rubber side ribs channel water down the length of the fin, minimizing wasted energy from the spill-over effect
Supple foot pocket is anatomically shaped for all-day comfort
Fin blade extends below the heel to improve leverage and power transmission while reducing stress on the arch
Entire blade armored with a rubber border for maximum durability
The ultimate warm-water travel companion, the HotShot delivers the power needed for scuba diving in a compact fin that packs easily into carry-on luggage. A lightweight, technopolymer blade incorporates adjustable silicone Power Bands to maximize thrust and bands can be adjusted during the dive to meet changing conditions. Supple foot pockets are designed for use with bare feet and Comfo-straps are buckle-free and self-adjusting.
The Mares Volo Power scuba fin is an open heel fin, commonly used for scuba and snorkeling. This fin is popular as it accommodates boots, is comfortable, efficient and lightweight.
The fin has ABS plus buckles, an OPB system for great kicking efficiency and channel thrust technology.
Optimized pivoting blade allows the blade to maintain an optimal angle throughout the kicking cycle, whereas traditional fins achieve this only during a small portion of the cycle. OPB produces a constant thrust, which minimizes fatigue and produces fluid movement through the water.
Channel thrust is where soft longitudinal inserts allow a controlled deformation of the fin blade while kicking. This channel shape moves a greater amount of water resulting in more thrust for the same effort.