Hollis F2 Fins | Scuba Center has been selling quality scuba diving and snorkeling equipment since 1973. You will find a wide selection of scuba and snorkeling equipment at both our Minneapolis and Eagan, Minnesota locations.

Hollis F2 Fins include spring straps | Great travel fin

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Hollis F2 Fins

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Hollis F2 Fins | Hollis Gear rubber fin with spring straps Today, divers are demanding specialized product with higher technical features. Answering this request is Hollis; dive gear designed for leading divers.

Hollis brings innovation and engineering experience to the dive industry by designing the highest quality and most innovative scuba diving equipment available. Equipment designed to accommodate the beginning sport diver to the exploratory technical diver, using the most cutting edge materials and proven technologies for any condition.

Hollis F2 Fins

Increase your power to weight ratio with the Hollis F2 fins. If you are a traveling diver, looking to reduce weight or just favor a lightweight fin, look no further.
The Patented F2 has four main design details that separate it from all other fins: blade size, side wings, gills and scoop.

The shorter blade design is reef-friendly and travels easy. It also improves agility and mobility in tight areas. This also makes it excellent for both beach and boat entries and exits. The small size F2 fin comes in an overall length of about 19 with the medium-large and extra large coming in at about 19.75 and with an overall weight of 1.5 to 1.7 pounds depending on size.


Designed to add blade surface on the down stroke and reduce resistance on the upstroke. They also improve blade stabilization. This patented design provides increased efficiency for varying styles of kicks. It has been proven to efficiently perform different styles of kicks such as the scissor, flutter, dolphin, forward frog kicks, reverse frog kicks, and bent-leg frog kicks. All with minimum to no silt stir up.

The gills work together with the scoop on the top of the fin to form a patented dual water channeling system. This system delivers more thrust with less effort.

The scoop expands and contracts during the kick cycles to create a pump action and channels and focuses the thrust off of the blade tip at the same time.

This channeling system also works to stabilize the fin blade so you get the full potential from the blade and there is no wobbling or slicing of the fin blade in the water during the kick cycle. The foot pocket is designed for maximum comfort and energy transfer to the blade. With this dual water channeling system and the right amount of blade flexibility, this improved system saves energy and ultimately air, which helps to extend your bottom time.
 

Hollis F2 Fins |

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  • High grade, heavy duty monoprene construction

  • Shorter blade design which packs easily

  • Angled strap mounts for comfort and a better transition of power

  • Spring heel straps w/ easy-grip heel tab standard

  • Multiple strap mounting positions for a fine tuned fit

  • Vented blade to reduce stress while accelerating water over the blade

  • Generous foot pocket with 3 sizes - Small, Regular and XL

Sizing (Men's):
Small: 5-6
Regular: 7-9
XL: 10-12

Size recommendations listed are for use with "standard" sole dive boots.
For heavier soles or for drysuits, add at least one shoe size.
 

Price: $109.95

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While these are excellent reference materials, in no way should this information be considered a replacement for proper training for the specific type of diving in which you plan to participate.