Warmbac Double Lined Neoprene Socks


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Caving Wet Socks or Wet Socks for Caving

The Warmbac double lined neoprene socks are perfect for adding  warmth and comfort to your feet when on caving trips and expeditions.

Warmbac has designed these caving socks to feature a multi thickness neoprene construction,. All of them seams are then mauser stitched for added comfort and enhanced performance. These caving wet socks incorporate a 3d shape to give a better fit, the sole unit also incorporates a print that helps to give added grip while being worn.

  • General Features
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  • Neoprene Construction
  • Multi thickness layers
  • - 2.5mm legs
  • - 3mm feet
  • - 4mm soles
  • Mauser Stitched
  • Reinforced sections of sole units
  • - Reinforced ball of foot
  • - Reinforced heel area
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