Snorkels are a favorite for divers because they help us save air at the surface and also work double-duty as essential gear for pursuing a fun pastime when we can't be at depth. Our 2019 Gear Guide will help you pick the right snorkel for your kit.
Cressi Omega Ultra Dry Snorkel
The Omega Ultra Dry is a high-tech snorkel with an inventive “Aquastop” valve that keeps water out, making breathing easier and feeling more natural. The tube has an expanded elliptical shape to increase air flow. The Omega Ultra Dry's silicone mouthpiece features a new anatomical shape, and the purge valve is positioned for maximum water expulsion.
Genesis Stealth Snorkel
Genesis’ latest snorkel model is a traditional J tube design that is available in three colorful camouflage patterns, including Black Camo, Ice Blue Camo and Black Silicone, to help divers and freedivers blend in with a wide variety of underwater conditions. Functionally, the simple design offers easy clearing, and the soft silicone mouthpiece provides increased comfort and reduced mouth fatigue.
Seac Motus Freediving Set
These long-blade fins and matching mask and snorkel ensure stealth for spearfishing. The Motus Camo fin has an interchangeable blade and is built to be flexible and responsive with a foot-pocket made of two materials with different densities for enhanced performance. The Jet snorkel is anatomically designed and the One mask has a reduced internal volume with frame-integrated buckles.
Cressi Duke Dry Full Face Mask
This innovative full face snorkeling mask offers fog-free viewing and a natural breathing experience as you enjoy the underwater world while swimming on the surface. A lateral air channel system drastically eliminates any breathing effort. The face skirt is made of soft hypoallergenic silicone; frame and visor are made of polycarbonate.
Seac Unica Snorkeling Mask
This innovative full-face snorkeling mask allows you to breathe naturally through your nose and mouth while exploring the underwater world from the surface. Providing an expansive, 180-degree field of view, the Unica also has a channeling system that separates inhaled and exhaled air to keep the lens from fogging. A dry top prevents water from entering the tube.