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IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment

IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment

IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment
$ 76.45

Score By Feature

Based on 582 ratings
Giftable
8.94
Packaging
8.67
Value for money
9.09
Satisfaction
8.78

OveReview Final Score

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Product Description

DESIGN - A strong rubber design will remain durable and premium for a very long time It is graded.
Military Choice - #1 choice for special operations and U.S. A program for SEALs in the Navy.
A special propeller blade with curvature and a tapered edge
A powerful kick is achieved by deep grooves that channel water backwards.
Size chart includes dive booties, designed to be worn with open backs but there are exceptions.

Questions & Answers

As an example, if I wear a size 14 shoe (U. Is there another size I should purchase)?

The size 9 is what I wear. These shoes fit well with 2mm boots in size 5, I bought the large size, and they fit well. That's a big foot, so I would say XXL, maybe even 2XL.

Is XL the same size as the XXL?

I'm a size 8, so XL is 8-14 Our sizing chart is available on the left side of the listing near the photos of the products. Whenever you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. I appreciate your help

Are the fins of the fins the same size?

A dimension is the measure of an object's length, width, and height, just like any other measurement.

The size I ordered is xxl, and I'm a size 12. Would it be possible for me to wear a size 10 boot?

It doesn't matter what fits or how large they are on line. I'm a 10 but I have Large is the size of my bootie.

Selected User Reviews For IST Rubber Rocket Scuba Diver Fins, Military Special Ops Gear, Deep Sea Diving Heavy Duty Equipment

The flippers I found seemed to be of gigantic size
5/5

I was hesitant yet excited when I saw them. The manufacturers always claim that their products are XL or XXL, when they are truthfully much smaller than the manufacturers claim. Only 9% of the products are true to size. Let me just say that my big. . . The scuba diver is footed, scuba-certified If you're looking for a cohabitant with a certain size, look no further. The first time I ordered the 3XL, I thought there would be no way they would fit the sizing chart, which said they could fit men's sizes up to 15 My first reaction to the fact that these were too big was shock. My wide feet make it extremely rare for this to happen, as I always have to upstage myself if I want to go down. It is not necessary to increase width in order to gain more space. One funny thing about it is, I have a friend who actually does wear size 15 shoes, so he bought them from me rather than return them. The flippers we found for him didn't fit, but he was thrilled.

That is why I ordered the 2XL next, and once again I was blown away I found them to be perfect. It is important to note that the opening is a wide and tall one, a proportion in which footwear manufacturers worldwide often fail miserably. In the meantime, I'm not sure of the durability or functionality of these as I haven't tried them in water, but I will update the review as soon as I do. noticed that the flippers were a bit heavy and long than I had expected, and might have liked them less. To make use of it easier and to reduce the weight a bit, I might trim off a couple of inches along the length. Hopefully they will last for a long time because they appear to be very durable.

Monica Humphrey
Monica Humphrey
| Nov 29, 2020
The entire thing is garbage
3/5

Shoes sold by this company do not have any correlation between shoe sizes and sizes of their shoes (S, M, L, XL, XXL, etc. ). I wear a size 13 shoe, so I decided to get a size XXL instead. The funniest thing I have ever heard! Both of my feet could fit comfortably in one fin with plenty of room left over. Additionally, this company says that these fins are used by military special operations that are based in the Arctic. The answer is no, they are not. After serving in Special Ops for years, I have come to expect much higher quality than the current situation. A fin is basically a long cylinder of rubber that is heavy and not very flexible. If you are looking for diving fins, you should get expert advice from a dive shop where you can select the ones that are right for you. I would suggest avoiding these fins at all costs. Just because they claim to be something they are not.

Darwin Camacho
Darwin Camacho
| Jul 06, 2020
It was a great fin, but it didn't last as long as I had hoped
3/5

As a whole, I would say these are relatively good for the price. We use them for training with the military and have had good results. Having a set of my own, the only drawback is that the foot insert splits randomly along the edge where it meets the flange. The rubber in that particular area was too thin. Not sure if it was a defect in the set I had or if the rubber was just too thin. Since I picked up set 2, the split got progressively worse and I had to pick up set 3. I would strongly recommend not letting them hit the bottom of the pool while flutter kicking if you are swimming in a shallow pool. We did some swimming drills that required this, and I believe that is what led to the splits. They are also stiff and fast. The only complaint is that they do not fit for women.

Avah KAY
Avah KAY
| Jun 16, 2021
The fins are good, but one of the flaws is fatal
3/5

Compared to similar Jet Fins with a similar performance, these fins provide great performance at an affordable price. There is a serious problem with these shoes, as their rubber compound is of substantially lower quality, and their foot pockets begin to tear after a year or two of use, or even sooner. Since this has happened to me on several twinning pairs, it isn't an isolated occurrence, it is In addition to the warranty, you will also have a year of customer service, so keep an eye out for this problem and you may be able to get the product replaced rather than having to buy a new one. However, this issue would still have to be disclosed for me to recommend them.

Emerald Rice
Emerald Rice
| Oct 19, 2020
You can count on us! It's the only set of fins I'll ever buy, and I've had 3 sets
5/5

In addition to keeping me neutrally buoyant, they are very thick and not prone to damage, as well as long-lasting. In spite of the type of environment in which I have spent my dive or swim, I always clean them and do not leave them in the sun or in dry places. of the insole that sits on top of the foot would benefit from being stronger as it often tears in this location before anywhere else. Since they were first developed over 30 years ago, these fins have been the go to choice for special forces.

Rylie Ballard
Rylie Ballard
| Apr 26, 2021
Although there is no strong fastener for the straps on the fins due to the lack of the tack head
3/5

I purchased the Aqualung rocket fins in Albany, NY for my scuba certification and they are identical to these. The cost back then was 29 bucks (I think I paid 29 bucks back in 1980). It's the bomb that I miss the most Strapping that is resistant to water. I was offered to return the items and then buy an upgraded model (F4) that he doesn't list on Amazon. The seller took them back and sold me an upgraded model. Nevertheless, I was unable to take advantage of his generous offer due to my imminent dive. I am ambivalent because the seller also ships spring steel bands. However, the fins do not have the super strong tack head method to fasten the straps to the body of the fin, so I do not recommend them.

I'm sure you will be happier if you do a better job of searching for these options than I did.

Marceline McIntyre
Marceline McIntyre
| May 29, 2021
This is what I love
5/5

I consider these fins to be serious. These fins are quite heavy and require strong legs, similar to the ones on navy seals. Whenever I spear fish or free dive at depths up to 50 feet, I am always surprised by the length length of my fins that they are not the 3, and yet we are going deep and fast. The fins fit inside luggage and are relatively light, but they are quite.

Berkley Hahn
Berkley Hahn
| Jan 05, 2021
The fins are great, but the size chart is terrible
5/5

They are of great quality! In a pair of 5mm booties, I ordered an XXL according to the charts. The fit is good, but Would have bought an XL if I had known about it. Overall, the best fins on the market.

Coen Tate
Coen Tate
| Aug 11, 2020

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