Warmbac Cavers Adjustable Elbow Pads


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Adjustable Elbow Pads or Elbow Pads for Caving

The Warmbac cavers adjustable elbow pads offer the same great protection and features as the standard Cavers Elbow Pads. However these are fitted with adjustable Velcro straps to make it easier to get them on and off.

Warmbac has designed these elbowpads for caving to feature a 4.5mm nylon faced neoprene to give great levels of comfort and added protection to your caving suit and also your elbows. These are then easily secured and adjusted via the twin Velcro adjustment straps

  • General Features
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  • Neoprene construction
  • - front Pad - 4.5mm
  • - Rear securing straps - Velcro adjustable
  • - Supplied as a pair
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