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About Tusa Solla Full Foot Fins

The FF-23 is the full foot version of the SF-22 Solla. It is powered by ForcElast technology which offers unparalleled performance and efficiency previously unseen in a traditional blade fin. The Fins are manufactured with a Proprietary Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) Compound Precisely Positioned in an Advanced Blade and Foot Pocket Structure. FoceElast delivers Superior Propulsion, Efficiency and Speed even with Moderate Power Input.

In addition to ForcElast Technology, the Solla features TUSA's patented 20? Angled Blade Design (A.B.D.), an Optimized 3-Channel Crescent Shaped Blade with Reinforced Side-Rails and Vents and a Soft Anatomic Foot Pocket. A standard flat fin inhibits propulsion solely by fault of design. An angle between the heel of the foot and the calf of the leg remains when the leg is extended to kick. This angle causes approximately 10% of the propulsion to be lost. The Angled Blade Design accommodates for this Anatomical Characteristic and ensures Maximum Efficiency throughout the Kicking Cycle. The Solla Full Foot Fin is available in 5 sizes from X-Small to X-Large and comes in 3 color choices of Black, Blue or Yellow. Fin Blades have a length of 23-6/10" for X-Small to 27-2/10" for X-Large (59.9 to 69 cm). Fins are covered by a 36 month limited warranty.

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This product has a limited warranty of 36 months.


Tusa Solla Full Foot Fins Features

  • Powered by ForcElast Technology
  • Unparalleled Performance and Efficiency
  • Material: Proprietary Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) Compound
  • Compound is Precisely Positioned in an Advanced Blade and Foot Pocket Structure
  • Superior Propulsion, Efficiency and Speed with Moderate Power Input
  • TUSA's Patented 20° Angled Blade Design (A.B.D.)
  • A.B.D. Optimized 3-Channel Crescent Shaped Blade
  • Reinforced Side-Rails and Vents
  • Soft Anatomic Foot Pocket
  • A.B.D. Maximizes Efficiency Throughout the Kicking Cycle
  • 5 Sizes: X-Small to X-Large
  • Blade Lenghts: 23-6/10" for X-Small to 27-2/10" for X-Large (59.9 to 69 cm)
  • 3 Color Choices: Black, Blue or Yellow
  • 3 Year Limited Warranty

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Good fin


from Laguna Beach , CA, US

Good fin, fits well....angle on fin is good for below water but not as good for swimming on the surface...overall good deal for price, good quality


Great for boat diving


from Little Rock, AR, US

I just returned from Anthony's Key Resort in Roatan. I took these fins with me. If your diving from a boat in the ocean, skip the boot version of a scuba fin and go full foot. To and from the boat, wear a .99 cent Wal Mart sandal. The scuba instructors who live locally do the same thing. It's the way to go. The TUSA full foot fin was an inch or so longer than the boot version. You will also be slightly more streamlined in a full foot. I have no complaints about it.


Good fin


Carol is a womens 8 to 8.5 in a US shoe size with 20 years of Scuba experience and 225+ dives in all types of conditions. The medium is a touch big(perfect with a 1.5 or 2mm sock added), and the small would be too tight. The fins are more powerful than the Tusa xpert zooms as the medium Solla full foots have a larger blade and are not a split fin. After 45 minutes of comparisons in a pool, these fins are about the same in efficiency, but have a higher top end thrust when needed. Carol had only slightly more noticeable leg strain than the much smaller xpert zooms. These should be great for snorkeling and very good for warm water scuba diving without strong currents.


Christmas present


Prompt delivery from Leisure Pro. Can't say the same for the local USPS. They couldn't find the package. Had to come back the next day with the tracking number. Christmas time. Not entirely their fault. The fins arrived in New condition.

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Shopper  My biggest foot is a size 13. What size fin should I get?
Angelo F  If your a 13 you should go with the XL
Daniel G  A fin too small will cramp your foot; too large is better. Order 2 sizes, try both in a pool, and return the size that doesn't work.
Shopper  My right foot is 27cm. The left one is little smaller. What size I should take?
Marilyn S  I would recommend Medium Large for 26-26.5cm. Size chart here: http://www.tusa.com/us-en/Tusa/Fins/FF-23_SOLLA
RALNA H  We went to the Tusa home page and used the fitting chart. So I would use that and get your normal shoe size. My foot is a 7 so the fins I order are a tight fit they were CM 24-24.5. My husband is 9 1/2 so he ordered CM 27-27.5 which fit and are loose. size also depends on which fin you get. Just looked at chart and for the Soola full foot looks like you are a med 26-28 CM but check the chart out for yourself.
Shopper  I wear a size 10 shoe. What size Tusa FF-23 Solla should I purchase?
Frank L  Large is for men's shoe size 9-11.
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