Warmbac Cavers Elbow Pads


RRP: £17.99
NOW: £15.82 (£13.18 ex VAT)

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Elbow Pads for Caving or Caving Elbow Pads

The Warmbac Cavers elbow pads are supplied as  a pair. These are a great way of adding protection and comfort to your elbows for those long crawls on a caving expedition.

Warmbac has designed these caving elbow pads to incorporate a full neoprene construction. The front of the elbow pad also incorporates a nylon face fabric for added durability. The elbow pad is made form a 4.5mm neoprene and the securing straps are made from a soft and supple 3mm neoprene.

  • General Features
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  • Neoprene construction
  • - front Pad - 4.5mm
  • - Rear securing straps - 3mm
  • Supplied as a pair
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