The ScubaPro Seawing Nova Open Heel fin is one of the lightest fins we carry. It has a unique hinged blade design that give optimal propulsion. The Seawing Nove trasnfers energy into propulsion very smoothly. It has a convenient bungee strap system with a built in handle for easy removal. These fins are great for traveling due to their light weight characteristics. A solid white option is also available and is very popular among photographers. Great for adjusting white balance on camera and video. * The staff at A-1 scuba give this fin a thumbs up.
ScubaPro Seawing Nova Open Heel
Made of modern Monprene and spotlighting its proprietary G4 (4th Generation) articulated hinge that enables the entire wing-shaped blade to pivot and generate thrust, the SEAWING NOVAproduces a propulsive snap that can rocket you through open water at top speed or propel you along reefs or in and out of tight spots with total control. Able to chew up the competition when kicked in turbo mode, the SEAWING NOVA also excels in low-speed maneuvering, including frog kicks and reverse kicks, and offers improved handling when making small directional adjustments. Powerful, stable and maneuverable, and it does it all with little to no ankle or leg strain.
The fin features a re-engineered footplate with new co-molded Grip Pads that provide much-improved non-skid footing on slippery boat decks or dive ladders. It also features the popular self-adjusting heel strap made of marine-grade bungee. This bungee is highly elastic, resistant to the elements and the soft heel pad with over-sized finger loop is comfortable and simplifies doffing and donning.
The SEAWING NOVA combines classic SCUBAPRO fin technology with the latest innovations in hydrodynamic design. A truly unique and successful fin that has earned accolades since its introduction, the SEAWING NOVA continues to set the bar in dive fin design. Delivering the power, acceleration, and maneuverability of a blade fin with the kicking comfort and efficiency of a split fin, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a fin that’s more comfortable to wear or fun to kick when cruising the underwater world.