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One Fin, Any Ocean.
If you favor power over frills, you’ll love the Accel. Compact and responsive, its clean lines and efficient shape make it an excellent all-around fin.
Unique, high stretch heel straps are effortless to slip on and off and dramatically reduce the bulk and drag associated with typical open heel fins. The angled, compact blade has excellent water flow characteristics and also allows divers to swim efficiently with multiple kicking styles, from scissor to frog to side rails, also helps minimize “side spill,” directing water behind the diver for maximum thrust.
Set with Pro Star fins, Matrix mask and Gamma Snorkel – perfect for snorkelling and freediving.
This is a futuristic fin, deriving from the Cressi deep sea skin-diving models, which introduces the use of more reactive materials also in the full foot fin sector of normal length. In fact, the blade is not made from copolymer but from exceptionally light and reactive polypropylene. This material is combined with a comfortable thermo-rubber (elastomer), used for the foot, for the side stringers and for various inserts. The blade originates from the upper part of the foot pocket, with a 20% increase in useful surface area compared to a traditional fin of the same length. The side stringers extend for a good way along the blade, continuing in a protective seal around the whole edge of the blade. Two stabilizing flaps on the end of the blade, on the sole of the foot, guarantee excellent direction of the fin during kicking. The excellent, highly anatomic, computer-designed foot, guarantees optimum transmission of leg-fin thrust. The resulting cocktail is a formidable product that makes kicking easier and powerful at the same time. Pro Star, together with Reaction Pro model, is the most powerful full-foot fin in the Cressi range, except for models specifically designed for deep-sea skin diving and is an excellent choice for snorkeling, skin-diving and Scuba dives.
Following the revolutionary principles introduced by Big Eyes, the Matrix establishes new records.
The Cressi patented raked lenses and their special “inverted drop” shape has been developed even further.
The lenses are now as close as possible to the eyes, taken to the maximum levels possible.
The newly designed frame is very streamlined and ends up being completely invisible when the mask is worn.
The top part of the mask has strong grip rubber material inserts, for a great look.
The soft silicone skirt has a new profile and a broad seal ring for excellent waterproofing and comfort without precedent.
The internal volume of the mask is exceptionally low, lower than many well-known freediving masks and the weight is also very moderate.
Two pressure buckles integrated into the frame make strap adjustment quick and precise. This new design strap has a very broad purchase on the neck for magnificent comfort.
Excellent mask for snorkelling, scuba diving and skin diving.
The new THOR EBS fin has a peculiar and unprecedented structure that combines the two central ribs in high modulus polypropylene, very reactive and a central area of the thermoplastic rubber with a convex section, assembled in a polypropylene blade. Two lateral nozzles located in the area where bending starts release the associated negative forces and allow the use of two high response ribs. This combination causes a channeling and acceleration of water flow, which stabilizes and increases propulsion at equal effort.
The inclination of the blade with respect to the foot pocket has increased by 5% compared to traditional diving models. This angulation provides greater efficiency and a more natural foot position during flapping.
Thor enjoys an exclusive system of injection of 3 materials patented by Cressi, which offers a combination of strength, power, comfort and aesthetics and the optimization of the requirements of each area of the fin.
Main body of polypropylene: This material, inherited from apnea fins, has as main characteristic the rapid transmission of the applied energy and its great structural rigidity. It is applied to the shovel and inner area of the sole sandwich. He is very nervous and reactive and facilitates a very agile and effective flutter. It has a stress-performance ratio clearly superior to traditional materials (natural rubber or thermoplastic, polyurethane, EVA). Also, it has a great resistance to breakage to the point that Cressi guarantees its life for sporting use:
Flexible elastomer: It is applied to the foot pocket and the areas that require flexibility and elasticity, since they influence the comfort of the diver: Footrest toe, interior of the sole and area of the instep in contact with the ankle. It is also assigned to the areas that require non-slip capacity: Inserts in the sole (area in contact with the ground) and anti-shock, such as the lateral nerves of the blade. The fusion of both materials is performed at the molecular level and its strength is guaranteed for life for sports use.
Polypropylene of the high module: Especially reactive, it is applied to the nerves of the blade and is responsible for providing rigidity and return to the blade. This material connects the critical point of transmission of energy (the instep) with the nerves in one piece, avoiding the usual loss of energy through excessively flexible components of the foot pocket that produce a heavy, slow and fatigue fluttering the instep.
It also uses several technologies common to the rest of the Cressi models.
“Shoe design under the blade”: Now increasing its angle by 5%, the blade comes directly from the top of the foot pocket, solidly joining the fin to the foot and transmitting all the effort generated by flapping without loss of energy through soft areas. This format allows the water to be channeled from the same ankle to the final edge of the blade, unlike traditional models, in which the foot pocket has no contribution to the advance. Apart from improving the directionality of the flutter, this design provides a performance between 10% and 15% higher than what would correspond to the fin for its blade surface.
Thickness of the blade of decreasing profile “spina di pesce” to improve the directionality of the flutter and achieve a greater inertia of the final part of the fin.
Foot Pocket reinforced in the upper area by a supplementary thickness and laterally by two prolongations of polypropylene from the upper to avoid the dispersion of energy in the process of transmission from the foot to the blade.
FOOT POCKET with three differentiated volumes, with the central area narrowed so that the foot remains firmly fixed inside and the transmission of the foot-paddle effort is direct and precise.
The Argo Dry Bag features high frequency welded, waterproof seams and a zip-less design in a rugged, hard-wearing 500D fabric. At 44 litres it is large enough for a drysuit and undersuit, or everything you need for an adventurous weekend away.
The V12 Fin is an engineering revolution – designed from the ground up to deliver what others only promise – enhanced speed and efficiency with virtually no effort for the diver, regardless of size, strength or kicking style. Independent air consumption is achieved when using the v12 more than any other fin on the market.
Inspired by discussions with some of our more intrepid dive team members who reported that looking for a piece of black dive kit inside a black bag is never easy, but even more frustrating if you are at base camp in a cave system. We developed the fourth element Expedition Series Duffel Bag as a solution to this problem.
The orange colour makes it easier to find your kit, bright enough to be found more easily in low light conditions and distinctive enough to stand out amongst the bags of your fellow divers.
The bag is made from tough and enduring heavy-duty mesh PVC and the base is double lined for durability.
It comes with shaped and padded rucksack carry straps and high quality clasps. Buckles and compression straps complete a rugged specification.
A removable ID card makes it even easier to label and identify your gear.
The blue colour makes it easier to find your kit, bright enough to be found more easily in low light conditions and distinctive enough to stand out amongst the bags of your fellow divers.
Ocean Hunter Marsellaise Weight Belt
The secret to a great dive can be as simple as having warm hands and the dexterity to be able to use your camera or feel your valves for a shutdown. Fourth Element’s 3mm and 5mm wet gloves and 4mm and 7mm mitts use stretch neoprene with glued, stitched and welded seams to give a close fit that almost eliminates the entry of water, whilst maximising flexibility and warmth. The carbonite print on the outside of the glove provides good grip and improved durability. The glove liners are designed to work underneath dry gloves or wet mitts offering an additional layer of thermal protection and the Xerotherm wrist warmers were developed to provide an air gap for allowing air to move from the dry suit into the glove and provide thermal protection where it is otherwise difficult to achieve. The 5mm Kevlar gloves are designed to take a beating with fingertips covered, but still offering a surprising amount of dexterity from a Kevlar reinforced glove. Fourth Element supplies the Kevlar gloves to ‘ghost fishing’ net clearance teams all over the world as a means of supporting their work to rid the oceans of this form of plastic pollution.
New for 2018, the Xerotherm glove is an alternative dry glove liner which maximises low bulk thermal protection with outstanding dexterity.
Lavacore is the ideal garment for use in or above the water when in wet environments. The thermal inner lining holds heat to your body when wet, the middle wind break keep the chill away and the outer shell protects the fabric.
Wear on it’s own or under a wetsuit! Long sleeves are ideal for snorkelling and sun protection and can also help to slide your wetsuit over your arms.
Also available in long pants.
Designed for watersports such as diving, snorkelling, kite surfing, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking etc.
An excellent staple for any dive wardrobe.