Ultra-soft Elaskin neoprene socks with titanium open cell interior Supratex protection on the soles Specific anatomical right foot/left foot cut for better ergonomics and comfort Design mimicking the ocean depths coordinated with ...
Ranging from warm to cold water conditions, Aqua Lung offers a wide array of boots for your diving adventure. With ergonomic soles, that add to your comfort and keep your feet warmer, soft to hard sole and quality materials and components, ...
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SIZE L, M, S, XL, XXL COLOR BLUE, BROWN, GREEN Thickness 5 mm Type Wetsuit boots
Great warmwater boot with heavy-duty sole for added durability
High cut double lined 5.0 mm neoprene booties with nylon lining to inside and outside and wear resistant dotted soft sole. Double glued blind stitching to all seams.
... split-toe booties on the market, there are a few key performance differences that set the Darkfin Split-Toe Water Bootee in a class by themselves: Sure Grip Sole Technology While other booties may ...
FEATURES Premium neoprene material Glued & sewn seams Heavy duty abrasion resistant thread Puncture resistant sole Adjustable Velcro® arch strap Ankle barrel cinch
3mm Low Cut Molded Sole Beach Boot Item: B3714 size chart 3mm Titanium top Vented side panels Molded sole Comfort arch design Double glued and blindstitched
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How to choose this product
Dive booties protect a diver's feet against cold, abrasion, bites and other dangers.
Such footwear is used by divers in cold and/or deep water, and where there are coral reefs, sharp rocks and similar dangers.
A great majority of booties are made of neoprene, a supple, elastic material which dries quickly and offers excellent thermal protection. They are designed to be worn with adjustable fins with a heel strap.
Many have a zipper along the side to facilitate putting them on, and most have a non-slip sole. Some feature a camouflage pattern resembling seabed shapes and colors to help spearfishers approach their prey undetected. Thickness will determine the degree of thermal protection.
How to choose
The colder the water, the thicker the booties should be. Shoe size and fin type are the other determining factors.
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