About Scubapro Seawing Gorilla Fins, Grey

The successor to the famous SCUBAPRO Gorilla fins of the 1980s, this new version of the award-winning Seawing Nova has been fine-tuned to provide a slight increase in stiffness and snap. They give you more power, more speed and even better frog-kick-ability while at the same time ensuring they still offer the legendary comfort and efficiency of Seawings! The GORILLAs are ideal for those diving in demanding conditions! The secret to the Gorilla Nova design is the articulated joint that allows the blade to pivot allowing the entire blade to generate thrust. Pivot control technology ensures the most efficient angle of attack is maintained no matter how hard or softly you kick, generating thrust without drag or wasted energy. Gorilla Nova incorporates clean water blade geometry for optimum propulsion. Water is free to flow onto the working section of the blade, resulting in drag reduction and a thrust increase. Variable pivot control ribs insure that the most efficient angle of attack is maintained across all strengths of kick.

Comfort is felt with Gorilla's ergonomic foot pocket with extended heel plate that insuring ultimate power transmission with less leg strain. Durable Monprene construction makes SeaWing virtually indestructible and wing tips arc upwards, increasing high-speed stability. The Fins have marine quality bungee heel strap with custom adjustment system for total comfort and convenience. Fins are available in four sizes from Small to X-Large and are covered by a limited lifetime warranty.

The Scubapro Seawing Gorilla Fins, Grey is commonly used for Recreation, SCUBA, Snorkeling, Travel and more. The Scubapro Seawing Gorilla Fins, Grey is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Professional among others. The Scubapro Seawing Gorilla Fins, Grey is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Scubapro Seawing Gorilla Fins, Grey: Accommodates Boots, Comfortable, Efficient, Lightweight.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited lifetime warranty.

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Scubapro Seawing Gorilla Fins, Grey Features

  • Award-Winning Seawing Gorilla Nova Fins
  • Fine-Tuned to Provide Increase in Stiffness and Snap
  • More Power, More Speed
  • Better Frog-Kick-Ability
  • Legendary Comfort and Efficiency
  • Ideal for Diving in Demanding Conditions!
  • Articulated Joint Allows Blade to Pivot Allowing Entire Blade to Generate Thrust
  • Pivot Control Technology Ensures Most Efficient Angle of Attack
  • Thrust Without Drag or Wasted Energy
  • Clean Water Blade Geometry for Optimum Propulsion
  • Ergonomic Foot Pocket with Extended Heel Plate
  • Durable Monprene Indestructible Construction
  • Wing Tips Arc Upwards, Increasing High-Speed Stability
  • Marine Quality Bungee Heel Straps
  • Custom Adjustment System
  • 4 Sizes from Small to X-Large
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Scubapro Seawing Gorilla Fins, Grey Specifications

Blade Type
Open Heel/Full Foot
Open Heel
Available in the Following Sizes:
Large, Medium, Small, X-Large
Weight [with packaging]
Small: 3.75 lb,
Medium: 4.2 lb,
Large: 4.7 lb,
X-Large: 5.35 lb
ScubaPro Seawing Gorilla Open Heel Fins Size Chart
  Small Medium Large X-Large
US Men's Shoe Size 4-5 5.5-7.5 8-9.5 10-13
US Women's Shoe Size 4.5-7.5 8-10 9-11 10-12
UK 3.5-4.5 5-7 7.5-9 9.5-12
Euro 34-37.5 38-41 41.5-43.5 44-47
Product Weight (lbs per pair) 3.75 4.2 4.7 5.35

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Questions about this item:

Truda H  I'll get a Poseidon Gear Bag (52L).., and very interesting in this fin (size S)..does anyone knows if this fin could fit into Poseidon Gear Bag in size 52L ? thanks..
ATILIO A  gorilla very good gear , very nice fins , i'liked.
Richard N  Can a giant stride entry be a problem with this fin?
TAZ G  I have no issues with the giant stride. Giant stride is not about the fin but weight distribution entering the water. If you have no air in BCD you will sink shortly after entering due to the weights added. If you have air, you are good to go
Jay l  what's the difference between this 'gorilla' and the just 'seawing nova'?
MARK M  I dont agree with most of these answers. I swapped fins with my buddy, and there is a huge difference in the power and stiffness between the gorillas and the novas. Absolutely go with Gorillas. My girlfriend and I have probably 200 dives on ours this year, and except for some scratching, there has been no issue at the joints.
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