Wings (AirCells)

18 Items

Set Descending Direction
  1. Apeks WTX Single Tank Wings
    Apeks WTX Single Tank Wings
    Starting at $469.00
  2. Apeks WTX Doubles Wings
    Apeks WTX Doubles Wings
    Starting at $529.00
  3. Apeks Redundant WTX-D60TR Wing
    Apeks Redundant WTX-D60TR Wing
    Special Price $699.00 Regular Price $869.00
  4. DGX Gears S1 Single Tank Wing
    DGX Gears S1 Singles Wing
  5. Side Panels Available in BLUE, RED, PINK and GREY
    Dive Rite Travel EXP Wing
  6. Travel XT Armored Wing - Front
    Dive Rite Travel XT Armored Wing
  7. DR Voyager EXP Wing Color Options
    Dive Rite Voyager EXP Wing
  8. Voyager XT Armored Wing - Front
    Dive Rite Voyager XT Armored Wing
  9. Rec EXP and XT Wings
    Dive Rite Rec Wing
    As low as $418.00
  10. Dive Rite Classic Wing
    Dive Rite Classic XT Wing
    As low as $530.00
  11. Dive Rite Classic Wing Color Options
    Dive Rite Classic Retro Wing
  12. CCR XT Wing
    Dive Rite CCR Wing
    As low as $519.00
  13. Nomad XT Wing - Front
    Dive Rite Nomad Wing
    As low as $540.00
  14. OMS Performance Mono Wing
    OMS Performance Mono Wing
  15. OMS Performance Double Wings
    OMS Performance Double Wing
  16. Front View
    OMS Deep Ocean 2.0 Wing
  17. Mares XR Singles Donut Wing
    Mares XR Singles Donut Wing
  18. Mares XR Doubles Donut Wing
    Mares XR Doubles Donut Wing

Which Wing Do I Need?

After selecting your harness, your next choice will be the aircell, often called a "wing" because of how it appears on the back of the diver. Frankly, a very common error when selecting a wing is to choose a size much too big, causing a 'taco effect' that makes managing buoyancy considerably more difficult. The cylinder size, type and configuration, not lift capacity, is the best guide to selecting the correct wing. While many doubles wing designs can be adjusted for occasional use with singles, keep in mind they are not designed to be used primarily as singles wings and they are not optimal with singles. Realistically, there is no wing perfect for both singles and doubles, or even a wing perfect for all doubles. If the range of cylinder configurations you dive is broad, then the best choice for efficient and comfortable diving may be to own more than one wing. More information is available in our article Suggestions for Selecting a Wing.