Dakine Covert Glove  2013 Mountain Bike Review

Dakine Covert Glove 2013

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The Covert is a fairly minimalist glove, simple yet effective. They boast moisture wicking 4-way stretch fabric on the back of the hand and a Clarino synthetic suede palm. A slip on design they do away with the need for a Velcro closure system, which gives them a very clean profile. There are neoprene flex panels on the knuckles and the finger tips have silicone grip to ensure you keep those brake levers in the right place.

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Slipping the Covert on and off is easy enough; personally I am a fan of this style of glove, things are very straightforward. The palm doesn’t feature any padding, so these are for the minimalist riders out there. Microfleece thumb strips are an essential feature, especially on those cold days. The Covert’s are a midweight glove, so perfect for spring and autumn. I would happily ride with them all year but I appreciate some people like a little more warmth in the winter and something lighter in the summer.

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This review was in Issue 24 of IMB.

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By Mary Booth
Mary Booth has been a keen mountain biker for decades; she grew up on the Purbecks in the South West of England and has spent thousands of hours on the trails in that area. She moved to the South East to work in the IMB office and regularly gets out to the Alps and the Surrey Hills where she loves to ride the more technical trails…

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