The OMS Scuba  and skin diving Fin Guide 
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  OMS Fins
The OMS Thrust fin is specifically engineered to fit dry suit boots and for 2005 has been re-engineered with a new distortion resistant Monoprene blade with higher durometer for significantly increased propulsion. OMS Spring heel straps come in sizes S, M, L, and XL to insure proper fit and help eliminate excessive coil expansion and entanglements! The springs expand and contract to automatically adjust and compensate for expansion and compression of the divers dry suit boot. The 4.5 Achilles rubber pad provides unprecedented comfort in the heel area and aids in donning and doffing of the fin.
For the first time this proven design has been re-engineered with a lightweight, distortion resistant Monoprene blade that results in better trim positioning with maximum thrust on the down kick and minimal resistance on the up kick.
One size does not fit all. Did you know that One Size fits all Spring Heel Straps may cause excessive coil expansion when used on a larger boot? This excessive coil expansion can facilitate line entanglement in between the expanded coils.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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