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ScubaPro Open Heel Jet Fins

Classic fin continues to be a crowd pleaser.

It's still the fin of choice among hosts of professional divers the world over. Clearly, when you're diving with JET FINS, you're diving in good company. SCUBAPRO's JET FIN is famous. Its durable rubber construction and distinctively beefy shape has been seen on dive boats, research vessels and in the world's most remote dive locales since 1965. Mention "JET FIN" to virtually anybody who holds a C-card and they'll know exactly what you're talking about.

Featuring a proven vented design that decreases drag on the up stroke and enhances thrust on the down stroke, the JET FIN set the standard for power and durability 50 years ago. To this day tech divers, deep divers, military divers, commercial divers, dive instructors as well as old-school recreational divers still strap on their favorite pair of JET FINS before every dive.


  • Rubber construction is known for its durability, promising a lifetime of use.
  • Proven vented design decreases drag on the up stroke and enhances thrust on the down stroke.
  • Comes with adjustable rubber heel strap. Spring heel straps are optional.
  • M (7-8), L (9-10), XL (11-12), 2XL (13-14), 3XL (15-16)


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by Doug
on 4/29/2012
Best choice
I am 60 now and have had this pair of fins for over 25 years and have only had to replace the straps 3 times and they are still great. When I go on a dive boat the pro's always comment that they are the best and their favorite. I never used any thing else but why would I? Easy on and off, great propulsion, and they are like the everready bunny, they keep working great. No leg cramps, fast if I need them to be. Five star from me....
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Question asked
on 1/24/2013
Is this fin pretty much true to shoe size when worn with dive booties? I just don't know which size to order.
Answer by seabree
on 1/28/2013
Yes, these open heel scuba fins are true to size, and if anything they are a little bigger in size, that way they are more able to accommodate dry suits and booties as well if worn.
Question asked
on 2/24/2014
Do you have a pair of X-Large in stock. I have been trying to find a pair for three months. Joe Kentz
Answer by Bill
on 2/25/2014
Hi Joe, These will be available toward the end of March. We may see them sooner but I would encourage you to place an order for them so that you get them as soon as they are available. Thanks, Bill
Question asked
on 7/24/2015
I have a pair of XL Jet fins and they don't quite fit with my boots on my dry suit. how big are the XX large
Answer by brayden
on 7/25/2015
Hello, based on what you are saying if XL is not quite there then I will assume that 2XL will work. Let me know what you think and we can go from there for you. Thanks, Bill
Question asked
on 8/9/2015
I am looking at getting the Scuba Pro Jet fins old school style. I have a size 9 1/2 shoe. I would like to get a spring strap with handle/pull tab on the springs and quick release of possible. Is there an option for this?
Answer by Bill
on 8/10/2015
Hello, We sell the spring straps from ScubaPro for these fins but they do not have a handle, if sized properly not really needed. Let me know what you think as I know they have aftermarket ones as well from Innovative. You can simply call us after you place the order and we can follow up with the rest for you. Thanks, Bill
Question asked
on 10/2/2015
hey i want to buy this fins buy wוth the Spring heel and yellow color? is it possiblw? thanks gilad and the price?
Answer by Bill
on 10/2/2015
HI There, You can buy the fins and the spring straps separately to make the configuration you are wanting. Thanks, Bill
Question asked
on 10/8/2015
Hi there, Question about Scubapro jetfin sizing. So i wear these 3mm. short ankled boot of size 7. I wonder should I get the Scubapro jetfin in size M or L. On the size guide definitely an M but on scuba boards and all recommended an L. Thank you in advance
Answer by Bill
on 10/9/2015
Hello, Thanks for your question. You are on the high end of small and low end of medium. I would say Medium. These are fairly heavy fins that would be better suited with high top boots in my opinion. Hope this helps. Thanks, Bill


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