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Dakine Syncline Gloves

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Built for all-mountain riding, Dakine's Syncline gloves keep things simple and straightforward.  Silicone fingertips for added grip on the shift and brake levers, AX SUEDE DEUCE synthetic suede palm and a moisture wicking four way stretch build to keep things breathable. No need for fancy bells and whistles when things just work. 

Who's this for: Enduro, all-mountain, trail and XC riders looking for a no-nonsense pair of gloves.

Palm style: AX SUEDE DEUCE synthetic suede.  This provides a very nice close to the bar feel.

Materials: The Syncline's construction is a moisture wicking, 4-way stretch polyester shell mated to an AX SUEDE DEUCE synthetic suede palm. The Polygiene odour control technology helps the gloves stay fresher smelling a bit longer.

Additional protection: Nope.

Closure: With an adjustable hook and loop tab the gloves are easy to slip on and off.  

Touch screen compatible: Yup. You'll be able to scroll around TrailForks while waiting for your friends to catch up.

Sweat wipe: There sure is. Dakine calls it a microfleece nose wipe, but it will work for sweat too.

Pros? The Syncline is a terrific example of how you don't need all kinds of fancy features to make a great pair of gloves. Touch screen compatible so you can answer that call while you are taking in all that serenity.  

Cons? These are a straight suede palm with no additional padding or protection. They aren't for riders looking for a super padded pair of gloves. 

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