A drysuit diving oriented variant of Super Mew XX maintaining its original comfort with added tweaks specific for drysuit diving.
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|M||1,455g||560 × 200 × 100 × 90 × 310 mm|
|L||1,579g||580 × 214 × 105 × 95 × 310 mm|
|XL||1,634g||600 × 214 × 143 × 99 × 310 mm|
Weight is measured based on the black color variant. There may be slight differences in weight depending on color.
|Size||Dry Boot by Other Makers
（World Dive ／Mobby Dick）
While we have enlisted the cooperation of Japanese suit makers to establish sizes (in the leftmost column) that will fit with Super Mew XX Dry, be aware that using boot inners will cause changes in sizing. Fit also depends on the individual form of your feet. Some may find the sizes shown to be too large or too small.
Super Mew XX Dry is made with a higher density rubber adding 250g compared with the standard Super Mew XX. The finʼs center of gravity is placed at the ankles relieving the need to wear ankle weights for a more balanced and liberating drysuit diving experience.
Super Mew XXʼs thicker soles ensure less power loss when transmitting the force of your kick to the tip of the blade, enhancing your kickʼs efficiency.
Boot pocket made to fit as comfortably as a full foot fin. Its long sole and high instep fit the entirety of the boot minimizing lateral slippage. To be paired with Gull GS Boots for even better comfort.
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.
Gullʼs innovative production methods integrate varying stiffness levels of rubber in the construction of the foot pocket, ribs, and blades of the fin. Each carefully engineered to promote more powerful and smoother propulsion.
Raised ribs drastically reduce side planning and blade twisting that regularly occur with longer blade fins. Designed to maximize rubber rebound, raised ribs especially contribute to strong, stable down kicks.
The V-shaped tip of the blade allows for water to smoothly flow away from the fin as you kick. This lets the blade rebound more quickly ultimately giving you a more efficient kick without tiring out during your session.
New tread pattern designed to improve grip on slippery and wet surfaces.
Dimples on the underside of the blade help to supress turbulence. Long grooves channel water toward the rear rather than the sides. Thus, further enhancing the efficiency of your kick.