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Scubapro Delta Boots – Just THB 2,860

Scubapro Delta Boots – Just THB 2,860

Scubapro Delta Boots

Easy-to-Wear Zippered Boot is Perfect for Temperate- and Cold-Water Diving

Easy-to-Wear Zippered Boot is Perfect for Temperate- and Cold-Water Diving

The DELTA 5MM has a sturdy but flexible outsole and good rubberized protective armor, yet it still feels light on the foot. Built-in arch support and a full cut create a comfortable, cramp-free fit, even for wide-shaped feet. The reinforcement on the top of the foot provides both cushion and protection against the edge of the fin pocket.

The DELTA 5MM’s upper provides lots of overlap with a wetsuit leg and the zipper is backed by a gusseted water dam. The aggressive anti-slip tread is non-marking, a feature boat owners will like. Both toe and heel caps offer additional protective armor. The heel cap includes a fin strap keeper.

A flexible boot that offers a lot of protection and comfort, the next time you’re diving cold water or traversing rocky shorelines, you’ll be glad to be wearing your DELTAs.

Technical Information

A sturdy outsole and rubberized armor provide excellent protection on both the top and bottom of the boot.

The top of the foot is both cushioned and protected against abrasion from the edge of the fin pocket.

Built-in arch support increases comfort when traversing rocky shorelines.

The reinforced toe and heel caps extend boot life. The heel cap includes a molded fin strap keeper.

The long zipper is great for easy donning and doffing and is fitted with a gusset to cut down on water seepage.

The aggressive anti-slip tread is non-marking, a feature boat owners always appreciate.

Velcro zipper-end patch secures the side zipper when closed.

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