We're selectively adding brands that we believe in to give you access to high quality
freediving gear without breaking the bank.
Some of the highest performing and durable composite and carbon fiber fins on the market. They also happen to be some of the most visually stunning. Carefully crafted by Ray Powell, not by machines in a factory, DiveR fins have a 3 year warranty and have a unique method of integrating the beautiful images to ensure no efficiency is lost. We have a variety of DiveR fins available for our students to use during class and are happy to set you up with a pair of your own!
Hands down the best neoprene socks we've used. Available in 2mm or 4mm and in long or short styles.
Gannet Dive Co is one of those companies that only makes a few things, but they're simply the best.
Find a gear bag for freediving and spearfishing can be a real pain. Too many bags either don't let the water drain, aren't big enough for longfins, or simply aren't built to last. The Gannet Boat Bag solves all of those problems. And its bullet proof.
If you need inflatable floats, there are plenty of them on the market that look like the Gannet floats, but they're just imitators. Gannet floats designed well to accomplish the task and are indestructible (notice a trend?).
We're also a big fan of their float lines. The Hybrid Floatline is great for towing your float on those shore dives without compromising strength if you need it. Anyone that's ever hunted big, strong pelagics like Dogtooth Tuna knows that fish will find the weak link in your gear. Gannet has engineered the weakest part of most rigs out of the equation by getting rid of the clips with the Gannet Tie, and the Gannet Bullet Ends means you don't have to choose.
SpearPRO makes a lot of the gear you probably don't give much thought to, but should. Their rubber weight belts, for example, have great flexibility while maintaining durability. Their cam style buckle has a satisfying 'click' so you don't second guess whether you fastened it and the pin on the Marseille buckle pops up, the way its supposed to, for quick-release action. Did we mention they come in orange!?!
Manufacturer of a wide variety of freediving and spearfishing gear, Picasso also happens to make our favorite dyneema gloves.
With it's overlay feature recording depth and temperature on the video, waterproof rating of 250m straight out of the box, and customizable white balance including their Depth Color Correction filter, its hands-down the best camera on the market for divers. When you add the auto-record feature that will begin and end a video based your depth, it's perfect for freediving and spearfishing. All student dives during class are capture on a Paralenz+ camera.
Some of the lowest volume and, in our opinion, most comfortable masks on the market and the OMER snorkels are simple and incredibly functional.. It's rare to catch us in anything other than the UP-M1 mask with the UP-SN1 snorkel (in a variety of colors). Is there anything more essential than a high quality mask and snorkel?
The OMER lineup of wetsuits is top-notch and our go to suit for spearfishing. The flexibility and comfort is as good as any on the market and we can confidently say the durability is excellent. We have OMER Blackstone suits available for our students to use during class.
The Dive-Xtras Piranha is light-weight, powerful and can be set up to travel with the Power Tool Battery (PTB) module. You simply can not have more fun in the water. We dare you to prove us wrong. There's a good chance you can catch us cruising around on our Piranha (well, actually, you won't "catch" us....) and DiveXtras is revolutionizing the DPV market with their incredible Blacktip. The Blacktip is bringing high-end tow-behind scooter performance at unthinkably low prices to adoring fans.