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The 'Aquabionics Abs' System Blends Low Weight & High Underwater Thrust

 - Apr 1, 2018
References: cetatek & kickstarter
Canadian company Cetatek has managed to design a revolutionary aquatic fin system that is designed to make it possible for watersport enthusiasts to be comfortable not just while engaging in their chosen waterborne activity, but also on the land or shore while on their way to the water.

One of the big problems with conventional scuba diving booties for example is that it's difficult to get them on when you're in the water. This is where the aquabionic abs system comes in. This system comprises polyurethane shoes to be worn while both walking as well as swimming, with the added inclusion of carbon fiber blades that can quickly and easily be worn once you get to the water.

With a carbon fiber structure that combines low weight with heavy thrust, this aquatic fin system aims to make activities like swimming, freediving and spear-fishing more comfortable and pleasurable.