Warmbac Centre Suit

 

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Caving Overalls or Caving Oversuit

The Warmbac Centre Suit has been designed with the commercial user in mind. The combination of fabric gives durability where required while still also enabling the wearer to get the best levels of freedom of movement.

Warmbac has designed this centre caving oversuit to feature a split fabric construction. The lower 3/4 of the suits is made from a very tough and durable Cordura, while the upper part of the body, shoulders and arms uses a more supple and flexible nylon. The front opening to these caving overalls is easily secured by a large strip of Velcro, this makes it very easy to the the suit on and off. The neoprene collar gives some basic protection, while the pocket on the arms gives some basic levels of storage.

  • General Features
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  • Cordura Legs
  • Cordura Mid Section
  • Nylon Shoulders
  • Nylon Arms
  • Velcro front opening
  • Left hand arm pocket
  • Neoprene collar
  • Reinforced seat seam
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