Warmbac Double Lined Neoprene Long Socks


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Caving Wet Socks or Wet Socks for Caving

The Warmbac double lined neoprene long socks come up quite high on the calf to give greater levels of warmth and comfort. These are great for wearing on caving trips where you may be wading through lots of water.

Warmbac has designed these long caving wet socks to feature a double lined neoprene construction. These caving socks are also made of a variety of different thicknesses of neoprene, this helps to give the best levels of performance. The sole of these caving socks features some reinforced sections, this helps to give added grip and greater levels of durability. 

  • General Features
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  • Neoprene Construction
  • Multi Thickness Construction
  • - 2.5mm legs
  • - 3mm feet
  • - 4mm soles
  • Reinforced Panels on the Sole
  • - Under the ball of the foot
  • - Under the heel
  • Flat Mauser seams
  • - Greater Comfort
  • - Enhanced Performance
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