Warmbac PVC Oversuit


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PVC Caving Oversuit or Caving PVC Oversuit

The Warmbac PVC caving oversuit is the number one choice for use in cold wet caves. The PVC fabric gives far greater protection from the water compared to some of the alternatives.

Warmbac has designed this caving PVC oversuit to be tough and hard wearing, it also gives greater protection against water in wetter environments. However you still will get a little bit of leakage on the seams, as they are stitched and not welded. This caving oversuit is easy to get on and off due to the front opening system. The front opening can be easily secured by a large strip of Velcro. The wrist seals are made of neoprene and do not feature any adjustment. These neoprene wrists seals help to prevent debris from rising up the arms when crawling. There is also a neoprene neck seal, this is an adjustable seal and this is achieved by the addition of Velcro. The neck seal is then easily tensioned to what you find comfortable.  

  • General Features
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  • PVC Construction
  • Front Opening
  • - Secured by Velcro
  • Neoprene wrist seals
  • - Non Adjustable
  • Neoprene neck seal
  • - Adjustable via Velcro
  • Reinforced seat seam
  • Poppers around the neck
  • - for ease of adding an optional extra hood
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