Cressi THOR EBS Fins
The Cressi THOR EBS fins are a new design for this extremely effective and yet very easy-to-use fin. The unique arched profile of the fins combined with the two central ribs promotes a significant flow convection effect, known as the “spoon effect”, which stabilises and boosts propulsion.
The Cressi THOR blades are molded from two different materials for improved reactivity and have Two lateral holes discharge the opposing forces typically associated with this area and, at the same time, make for enhanced stability.
These fins are perfect for scuba diving, whether you are an experienced diver or a novice.
THOR Fin Features
- Material Injection Blade
- Arched Design for Ultimate in Power
- 2 Lateral Holes on Blade
- Comfortable Rubber Foot Pocket that is narrow fitting
- Narrow fitting pocket
- Thick side rails
- Superior performance
- Replaceable Bungee Straps
- Medium strength blade
- Suitable for diving or snorkelling
Polypropylene of the high module: Especially reactive, it is applied to the nervaturas 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 power through excessively flexible components of the foot pocket that produce a heavy, slow, and fatigue fluttering the instep.
THOR Foot Pocket Design
The foot pocket is reinforced in the upper area by a supplementary thickness and laterally by two extensions of polypropylene from the upper to avoid the dispersion of energy during the transmission process from the foot to the blade.
Cressi has developed this unique strap to meet the needs of the most demanding divers, who need a comfortable fastening for their foot but one that is still practical and manageable.
Its special amply sized slot makes it very easy to put on, even when wearing thick dive gloves or three-fingered gloves for winter water.
The wrapping section is highly flexible, making adjustments unnecessary. As a result, it’s much easier to get all your equipment right in the first few meters of your descent, and the fin stays in place against your foot despite the increase in hydrostatic pressure.