Warmbac Warmtex Cavers Elbow Pads


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Elbow Pads for Caving or Caving Elbow Pads

The Warmbac warmtex cavers elbow pads give the ultimate levels of protection for your elbows when out on caving trips. They are easily slipped on and are then held in place by the fixed neoprene straps that secure around the back of the arms.

Warmbachas designed the warmtex elbow pads to give some of the best levels of performance, comfort and durability. The Warmtex material was designed by Warmbac and is made exclusively for them. The Warmtex is bonded to a layer of thick neoprene and this helps to give a great balance of comfort and durability. These caving elbow pads are easy to slip on over the hand, they are then pulled up the elbow to the correct position. Once in place the neoprene securing straps will hold them in place.

  • General Features
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  • Warmtex neoprene coated front panel
  • Neoprene securing straps
  • Warmtex
  • - Designed by Warmbac
  • - Made exclusively for Warmbac
  • - Most abrasion resistant fabric for caving elbow pads
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