Warmbac Warmtex Cavers Adjustable Elbow Pads


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Elbow Pads for Caving or Caving Elbow Pads

The Warmbac Warmtex cavers adjustable elbow pads are possibly, the best caving elbow pads that are currentlyavailable.

Warmbac has designed cavers elbow pads to have all the same great features that are available in the Warmtex cavers elbow pads. However  these also benefit from the addition of the rear neoprene straps which are easily adjusted by the Velcro closures.  

  • General Features
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  • Neoprene Construction
  • Coated with Warmtex
  • Warmtex
  • - Designed By Warmbac
  • - Made exclusively for Warmbac
  • - Toughest and most durable material elbow pads can be made of
  • Rear Neoprene Securing straps
  • - Velcro adjustable
  • - Achieves a perfect fit
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