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IST S38 Low Cut BootsIST S38 Low Cut Boots are a great choice, with or without fins, for diving, snorkeling, watercraft-wear or just beach combing.
IST S19 High Booties
IST S19 dive booties is a pair of 5mm high cut boots which has a vulcanized rubber sole with additional heel cap for protection and durability.
Gul round toe power boot is designed using a 5mm Dura-Flex neoprene and Titanium 2 lining. They are super warm yet flexible. Reinforced heel and toe for durability.
Gull leading maker of scuba-diving and skin-diving equipment, bearing the special characteristics of Gull rubber fins in mind, makes Gull Gs boots II specifically designed for efficient fin work.Providing superior grip and designed to fit the complete range of average sizes of Japanese male feet, these boots are available in size increments of 0.5 cm. You will find they perform well for scuba diving, skin diving, and other marine sports.
Scubapro Delta Short Boots
Scubapro Delta short dive boot is a comfortable 3mm short boot designed for tropical diving and snorkelling. Lowcut, lightweight, with just the right amount of protection, it slips on and off without the need for a zippe
Scubapro Delta High Cut BootsThe Scubapro Delta High Cut Boots 5mm has a sturdy but flexible outsole and good rubberised protective armour, yet it still feels light on the foot.
Scuba divers and snorkelers wear dive boots, also called scuba wetsuit boots or booties, for warmth, comfort and protection. These cressi dive boots are designed to be worn with open-heel dive fins, which feature an adjustable heel strap to hold the fin on the foot. If you use closed-heel fins, you do not need them. Closed-heel fins are designed to fit closely to your foot. Scubapro diving boots are also used in surfing, kayaking, sailing and other water sports.
They will help keep your feet safe so you can focus on enjoying the dive and not worrying about a bleeding foot.
Boots provide comfort for your feet. Diving fins with a strap around the heel are not designed to go against bare skin. While you’re swimming and those fins are going up and down, the strap is going to chafe the skin causing bleeding or blisters. Diving boots put a layer of neoprene between the strap and your skin making the dive much more comfortable.
Depending on the water temperature, you may need those boots for warmth during the dive. It’s well known that when our bodies get cold, we naturally focus on keeping our torso warm and less blood flows to the extremities. That extra layer of neoprene on your feet will make a big difference in keeping you warm while diving in cooler water.
The boots may be optional, but there are several reasons to have them on hand for every dive. It’s often hard to predict what situations you may encounter. At the very least, you can take them along and not use them if you decide against it.