Do these straps have any sort of "pull tab" to make donning and doffing easier?
KENNETH P The rubber part has a ridge which makes the spring easy to grip. They are very easy to get on and off. BTW...I love these fins, epecially as compared to the heavier Jets.
JOHN G No. I just roll the ankle holder over my booties.
DONALD D It does not have a true "pull tab". There is a large rubber tube that covers the spring which I found easy to grab.
I personally bought large fins with the large size spring straps. They are very easy to put on and take off your feet. I do not miss the pull tab at all.
PAUL T fins are hard to take off with our right kind of shoes dry suit rock boots were held on sotightly I needed help to remove them. using on a boat with our proper foot wear would make exiting water very difficult
JEREMIAH S No tab, but as long as you aren't wearing heavy gloves it should not be an issue. In my experience the tabs don't last as long as the straps which is why I chose the OMS spring straps.
JOSEPH G They don't have a pull tab, but you can grip top and bottom of heel pad with 2 fingers easily even wiyth gloves. I use them on x-large jetfins. At first they seemed somewhat bulky. After using them they work great...snug and not too tight.
PAUL W No - although the rubber pc is large enough to grad with dry gloves
SHANE A There is no pull tab, but the fins tend to go on pretty easily. I've used them with my wetsuit booties and my drysuit.
TODD F No, other than the rubber strap grip in the rear. The rubber grip is large enough to grab for the donning and doffing of fins. However, it does take a little effort. Springs are stiff.
SEIYA F No, but it's easy to grab the rubber tube.