Maximizing the resilient properties of rubber,
the Super Mew is the most powerful strap
fin for scuba diving and skin diving.
a b c d
|S||1,015g||540 × 196 × 90 × 85 mm|
|M||1,127g||560 × 200 × 100 × 90 mm|
|L||1,245g||580 × 214 × 105 × 95 mm|
|Size||GS boot||FELT SOLE BOOTS||Dry boots by other makers
(World Dive/Mobby Dick）
*It is also possible to use these fins with soled boots and dry boots.*1 Before purchase, please check with your Gull stockist.
*While we have enlisted the cooperation of Japanese suit makers to check and draw up our own list of items (in the leftmost column) that will fit with Super Mew XX, be aware that if boot inners are worn, the sizing will change; fit also depends on the individual form of your feet: for some people the sizes shown may be too large or too small.
The slightly thicker-than-usual design ensures obedience to your will. Even when you are kicking powerfully, force is efficiently transmitted to the blade tip.
In the boot pocket, along sole and high instep minimize lateral slippage of the toe end of the boots. An even better fit is possible if you pair them with Gull GS boots, which were designed for use with these fins.
While inheriting the width if the Super Mew, these fins are shorter. You get the same easy maneuverability, and even the same feel, as Super Mew. Naturally, the Gull line is made for horizontal movement but, for times when you need to go straight up, these fins are designed to catch the water.
To enable these fins to powerfully, yet smoothly, deliver tenacious propulsive power, different pliant and resilient types of rubber are used for the foot pocket, blade, and ribs.
Making the ribs the same height on the top and bottom of the blade has radically improved rebound performance.
The end of the blade is shaped to allow water to smoothly escape. Because the blade rebounds more quickly, throughout your session, you can efficiently keep on kicking.
Complementing the all-over thickening of the sole, grip has been improved with a new tread pattern.
Suppressing turbulence, dimples send more kick power into propulsion
Water-flow smoother system
For more efficient propulsion, water is effectively channeled rearwards rather than to the sides