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Dakine Covert Leash 2014

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Material: polyester
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Dakine Covert Leash

You don't need to be a secret agent to know the code to securing your board. The Dakine Covert leash is not stealthy about its style and function with lightweight webbing and a secure quick release buckle to keep you connected no matter what your ride brings you. The Dakine Covert Leash has your back in any snow situation keeping you and your board together. Not only is it reliable, but it is ready in a flash, just attach the leash to your front binding secure to your super-spy self and you're ready to investigate the mountain!

Key Features of the Dakine Covert Leash:
  • Lightweight webbing with quick release buckle

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Dakine Covert Leash
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Laura M: its a lot easier than having to hook one onto your laces every time you take your boot out. just click it in and you're ready to go! Dec 28, 2013
Kaitlyn K: I have a leash like this on my old board and I like it. Dec 24, 2013
Brittnye M: price Oct 18, 2013
A shopper asked: how does it connect to the boot and binding with only one loop? Nov 20, 2013
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Marianne K: I bought two of these for my daughters. They're going to use a carabiner clip to attach (per the picture) the right side to their boots. (My daughters have boa laces/wire.) The instructions on the Dakine site say:

INSTRUCTIONS

1. Release buckle and lace short section of web into mid section of your front foot boot

2. Attach the leash onto your front binding in a spot where it will be easy to connect it to the shorter web section
Nov 25, 2013
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Bryan S: Yeah I had trouble with this too when mine arrived. I unscrewed the binding strap from the binding base, and looped the loop around the skinnier part, then screwed it back in. Haven't figured out how to connect to boot yet. Came with no instructions, wish I was smarter.... Nov 22, 2013
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Bryan S: wish i would have read the other answers first -_____- Nov 22, 2013
John S: The loop will connect to the binding and the other side will connect to the boot, either by putting the boot lace thru it or adding para cord or a key ring and then putting the boot lace thru Nov 22, 2013
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Roy MStaff: Connection of the Dakine Covert Leash is quite simple. Press the loop through any hole in your bindings and then pull the leash itself through the loop that protrudes. Nov 21, 2013
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Bryan S: If we don't have laces, what can we loop through the other end of the leash? the end with the buckle. Nov 22, 2013
Victor V: One loop goes through the bindings, the smaller leash gets looped in through your laces Nov 21, 2013
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