SCUBAPRO Delta Short Boot - 3mm
Price RM149.00
Product SKU 57-165-000
Size (L x W x H) 25 cm x 25 cm x 25 cm
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This comfortable 3mm short boot is designed for tropical diving and snorkelling. It is low cut, lightweight, with just the right amount of protection, it slips on and off without the need for a zipper. The boot is made from 3mm nylon 2 neoprene which will keep your feet toasty warm in warm water conditions. The Delta Boot has sewn seams for strength and durability with elastic taped sewn top for additional strength and ease of donning. 


SCUBAPRO Delta Short Boot Features:

  • Provides full-featured foot protection for warm-water diving.
  • Light comfort sole offers good protection without being stiff or heavy.
  • Can be comfortably worn with adjustable fins.
  • 3mm thickness with rubber sole for added comfort.
  • Slips on and off without zippers.
  • Available in 8 sizes



SCUBAPRO Delta Short Boot Reviews by netizens:

“This is my second pair to own. I wear them because they are soft enough not to rub a hole through the skin of my ankles like thicker booties. They aren’t good for walking over rocky ground, but great in the water.”


“Perfect exactly what I needed. Leisure pro never fails !!!”


“Great footwear for the beach and diving. Fit is perfect on my feet”


“Well made & comfortable. They are great Travel booties I would buy them again”


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