Monday was National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day; did you participate? We did today. Yes, I realize it is Wednesday, but sometimes you just have to take one for the team. Today is National Peanut Cluster Day. Hmm… did you notice that we focus on food a lot? Well, if you think about it, our motto is, “If there’s Food, they will come.” Haha.
Okay anyway moving on. Other topics. Last fall there was a video that went around SCUBAPRO’s Facebook site and subsequently on our Facebook site, etc that was how to pack an entire set of gear into the new Hydros bag, including but not limited to, a up to a 3MIL wetsuit, mask, regulator, BC, and fins. The closer I looked at this particular video, the more I questioned the fins because it looked like the type of fins that required boots and he didn’t pack his boots. So I brought this up with our SCUBAPRO Rep and he told me that they were Go Fins.
Go Fins, what are Go Fins? I’m so glad you asked. You make my life easier when you ask these questions!
The Go Fin is designed to be a travel friendly barefoot fin. Barefoot? Meaning you don’t need boots? That is what it means, barefoot or dive sock if you don’t like to be totally barefoot. Just a thought.
So the Go Fin is designed to do just that, Go. These are designed more so for boat type dives where you don’t have to walk across rocky or sandy elements to get into the body of water. They are lightweight, comfortable, durable, and a fast performer so you can get that shark picture.