Scuba Fins

Dive Fins are one of the first things to invest in when beginning your personal stock of scuba equipment. These, along with a snorkel and mask, are inexpensive compared to the other high end equipment like regulators and wetsuits, which can be purchased later on.

Need Fin Straps or other Fin Accessories? Check out our Fin Accessories.

Need more info? Check out our Fins Buying Guide.

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  1. Water Gear Swim Fins

    Water Gear Swim Fins

    Price From: $13.95

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  2. Aqua Lung Wind Full Foot Fins

    $60.00

    The Wind is a new entry-level full pocket fin, ideal for light scuba and snorkeling. Even though it is compact and lightweight, the Wind is still robust and comfortable.

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  3. Mares Avanti Superchannel With Bungee Strap

    $96.95

    The Avanti Superchannel OH is the latest evolution in Channel Thrust Technology, designed for the diver who wants the perfect blend of power and efficiency in one fin. Minimized leg fatigue! Learn More
  4. Deep See Aqua Glide Fins

    Regular Price: $35.95

    Special Price $29.95

  5. Mares Wave Full Foot Fins

    Regular Price: $47.95

    Special Price $43.95

  6. Seac F1S Fins With Bungee Straps

    $129.00

    F1S is a professional high performance scuba fin with modern features. Learn More
  7. Mares Fins Power Plana Tec X-Large XR Line

    $219.95

    The Power Plana is the perfect tec fin, especially for frog kicking! Made of nearly indestructible natural rubber , the fin is negatively buoyant and can be used with the new Spring Strap for added comfort and security.

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  8. Edge Cabo Fin Adult

    Edge Cabo Fin Adult

    $24.95

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  9. Aqua Lung Express Full Foot Fins

    Price From: $95.00

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  10. Aqua Lung Express OH Fin

    $129.00

    Innovative, yet comfortable Aqua Lung ADJ Express Fin is made from ultra-elastic soft rubber ‘Armadillo’. The Armadillo stores energy by creating tension onto the down strokes until the diver starts with his upstroke. Learn More

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