The Sherwood Crux is a BCD designed with the diver in mind, the sizing is practically infinite and it’s packed with features. Dive light weight and streamlined in warmer waters or add additional trim weight pockets and dive in colder waters. This modular BC is easy to disassemble and assemble to pack small for travel. The fit, form, and function are unlike any BCD on the market today.
The philosophy behind the Crux started several years ago with a focus on form, fit and function. The goal was to create an innovate BCD that continues to mold and fit to not only your body but your dive-style. Revolutionizing the diving experience, you’ll only ever need one BCD again: The Crux.
- MARS (Micro-Adjust Retention System) Easy to adjust shoulder and waist straps provide a custom fit to any diver for any condition.
- Only the features you want. All options are customizable and can be added or removed based on your needs.
- Adjustable shoulder straps with Molle Chain for full customization and multiple connection points
- 3D Back-Inflation Air-Cell. The unique air cell provides 40 or 50 lbs. of lift without big and bulky wings.
- Neoprene-wrapped neck roll for comfort with or without a wetsuit
- Padded and ergonomic backpad supports Diver’s lumbar
- Three separate connection points allow Sternum Strap Height to be adjusted to Diver’s preference
- Ditchable and non-releasing trim weight pockets.
- Compact drop down mesh pocket stays out of the way until you need it.
- Sliding epaulette can be repositioned along the corrugated hose to optimized position to Diver’s preference.
- System ready for AKONA Pro Kits and Quick Clips.
- Weight – 9.3 lb. /4.2 kg (Large Harness with 50 lb. air cell and Long Strap Set - Includes Long Shoulder Straps, Long Waist Straps, Mesh Pocket, Knife Mount & Large Retractor Pocket)
Strap kits available in four color options:
MSRP: Starting at $690.00 USD*
*Available for purchase from your Authorized Sherwood Dealer
WARNING! Safe use of BC’s with integrated weights requires a complete understanding of their operation and limitations. Consult the BC operating manual and your diving instructor to be certain you understand how to weight yourself properly and what to do in an emergency. Failure to understand and act appropriately could result in serious injury or death.