Cressi Announces New Scuba Fins, Masks, Women’s BCD and More for 2022

Cressi has announced their new scuba diving products for 2022. Check out our breakdown below!

Cressi Quantum Scuba Mask
Cressi Maui Scuba Fin
Cressi Elettra Women's BCD
Cressi Gara Modular Sprint Turbo Freediving Fin
Cressi King Freediving Computer
Cressi ZS1 Scuba Mask
Cressi Jumbo Dive Bag


This dual lens mask features the latest iteration of Cressi's Fog-Stop system. Utilizing a system of inner membranes around the nose pocket and lenses, the mask prevents fogging by keeping warm damp air exhaled through the nose away from the lenses. It also has heat exchange ribs at the top of the mask skirt, which cool the warm air in the mask to better match the ambient temperature of the water. The mask has a low internal volume and uses inclined lenses to provide divers with a natural field of view. The Quantum is available in several colors, each sporting an eye-catching two-color, double-injection mask strap.


The new Maui fin from Cressi features an open-heel design with an elastic bungee strap, and is meant to be worn with bare feet or light socks. This lightweight, compact fin is easy to travel with, but doesn't compromise on performance. The blade of the fin is constructed with two different materials. The fin's two lateral wings are rigid to channel water flow over the center of the blade, which is overlaid with a softer, more elastic material to increase flexibility. This creates a “spoon effect,” allowing for powerful thrust and easy kicking. Made of soft rubber, the heel pad is anatomically shaped for comfort and features a grab handle. Divers can fine-tune the fit with micro-adjustments to the bungee strap to ensure the foot is held firmly in place without excessive pressure.


This jacket BCD is designed specifically to accommodate female anatomy, offering women divers a comfortable, secure fit. The bottom end of the shoulder strap is anchored to a ring, allowing the strap to rotate and better adapt to the diver's body. A pivoting two-piece waist band increases comfort and security. The harness is lined with thick air-net padding, which improves water drainage and provides additional comfort and support at the shoulders, waist and lower back. The BCD's soft semi-rigid back plate makes it easy to pack and travel with. The Elettra is outfitted with Cressi's Flat-Lock integrated weight system. The back of the BCD features two integrated cylinder supports to improve tank stability.


This update to the Gara Modular Sprint uses shorter side rails than its predecessor. This improves the fin's power and responsiveness while also minimizing weight and drag. This short freediving fin was designed to meet the needs of freedivers who practice the sport during the wintertime when longer fins aren't necessary. Constructed of a single thermoplastic elastomer, the angled blade has a thickness that slopes to zero toward the fin tip to improve performance. The self-adjusting foot pocket can be worn barefoot or with thin socks.


This watch-style freediving-specific computer has a case diameter of 48 mm and a 35-mm high-contrast display. It uses an algorithm developed by Cressi to protect freedivers from the risk of Taravana, and features a function that avoids the risk of pulmonary edema. The computer is depth-rated for 393 feet/120 meters. The heavy-duty case is complemented by mineral glass and stainless-steel buttons. It comes with a rubber strap with a stainless buckle. The computer features a precision stopwatch, timer, secondary time, alarm clock and tide indicator. It uses a user-replaceable CR3450 3V battery.

This smaller version of Cressi's Z1 single-lens mask offers a better fit for divers with smaller faces. Featuring a frameless design, the silicone skirt is bonded directly to the lens for a low internal volume and an expansive field of view. The skirt is sturdy, with a watertight seal. Buckles with large counter-posed buttons provide precise, easy adjustment of the mask strap. This mask is well-suited for scuba diving, freediving and snorkeling.


Measuring 31x19x14 inches/80x50x35 centimeters, this large bag has a 140-liter capacity designed to hold everything a diver could need. The spacious interior compartment is partitioned to assist organization and is large enough to accommodate all the equipment needed to dive a 7mm hooded wetsuit up to size XXL. Interior compression straps help secure gear during transit. Two large side pockets can each carry a pair of fins up to size XXL. Two smaller exterior pockets provide space for accessories like towels, clothing and sunglasses. The bag features external compression straps, a telescoping handle and hidden backpack straps.

You May Also Like