Warmbac Cavers Knee Pads


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Knee Pads for Cavers or Caving Knee Pads

The Warmbac cavers knee pads are a very easy way of making your caving trip more comfortable, especially when you have lots of crawling to do.

Warmbac has designed these caving knee pads to feature a full neoprene construction. The main part of the knee pad is 6mm thic, while the face of it is finished with a a fairly tough heavy duty nylon finished neoprene. The knee pads are fairly easy to pull on, they are then held in position by the twin securing straps that are then made from 3mm neoprene.

  • General Features
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  • Neoprene construction
  • - front Pad - 6mm
  • - Rear securing straps - 3mm
  • Supplied as a pair
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