The TUSA SF-0104 Hyflex Switch is powered by PuRiMaX “Polyurethane Blade System”. The Polyurethane blade provides a quick “snappy” response to the diver’s every movement. TUSA’s unique “Vortex Generator” effectively reduces water resistance through the fin stroke normally found on traditional smooth blades. TUSA’s Multi-compound foot pocket increases power transfer to the fin blade. The […]
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The SF0102 Imprex Duo fin features TUSA’s patented Angled Blade Design and multi-compound foot pocket, increasing power transfer to the fin blade. The Imprex Duo also features a two material design for high performance and reinforced side-rails creating stability, for powerful propulsion without fatigue.
The FF-23 is the full foot version of the SF-22 Solla. It is powered by ForcElast technology which offers unparalleled performance and efficiency previously unseen in a traditional blade fin. In addition to ForcElast technology, the Solla features TUSA’s patented 20° Angled Blade Design (A.B.D.), an optimized three channel crescent shaped blade with reinforced side-rails […]
The SF-22 Solla combines TUSA’s rich history of performance fin design with the latest advanced materials and hydrodynamic innovations. A completely new design, the Solla has several unique features that deliver superior propulsion, speed and maneuverability. The SF-22 is powered by ForcElast technology which offers unparalleled performance and efficiency previously unseen in a traditional blade […]
The FF-19 X-Pert Evolution full foot fins combine Propeller-fin technology, TUSA’s multi-flex blade system and patented Angled Blade Design. The FF-19 provides more speed and power with less effort and fatigue than traditional paddle blade full-foot fins. The FF-19 is a thin, lightweight design ideal for snorkeling and travel, yet it generates maximum performance and comfort […]
The SF-8 X-Pert Zoom split fin is unlike traditional fins which create propulsion only through repulsive force, the SF-8 attains propulsion by creating a pressure differential in the water flow using Propeller-fin technology. TUSA’s Angled Blade Design: When using the standard traditional blade fin, with the leg completely extended, there remains an angle of 27° […]