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The Warrior Covert DT1 hockey stick is the premier hockey stick in the Covert line.  The Covert DT1 hockey stick is a True 1-piece stick that features Warriors Dagger Taper® Technology for an extremely low-kick point.  Several advanced materials were used in the blade to make them more durable and have longer "pop" life.

The Covert DT1 ia a True1 piece stick and is wrapped with the highest grade carbon fibers, making the Covert DT1 unbelievably balanced and lightweight.  Warrior wrapped the carbon fibers in a tight X stitch weave making this stick very durable.  Warriors Dagger Taper® Technology is featured on the Covert DT1 providing an extremely low-kickpoint for an amazingly quick release.  The taper is thinner at the top to provide maximum loading while the bottom of the taper is wider to provide less torque for a more accurate and powerful shot.

The Covert DT1 hockey stick has a blade that is constructed out of several advanced materials allowing it to perform at the highest levels.  The Hardcore X foam blade core is the lightest blade core Warrior has used and it has 60% higher compression resistance while being 40% stronger than any core used before. A carbon fiber Unispar stringer run the length of the blade providing reinforcement to the core and increase the bend strength.  The Aramid Sole design utilizes super tough fibers used in bullet proof vests to increase impact toughness on the bottom of the blade.

  • Heritage: New
  • Level of Player: Ideal for the intermediate to advanced level player
  • Construction: True one-piece
  • Shaft Dimensions: Rounded corners/Straight sidewalls 
  • Flex Point: Low-kick

 

 

  • Construction:
    • True1 piece construction eliminates the connection point between the shaft and blade to provide unbelievable balance and feel
      • Allows stick to react instantly
      • More consistent flex profile due to no overlaps in the stick
      • Saves weight
    • A tight X stitch weave of high grade carbon fibers provide great durability and strength
  • Flex Profile:
    • Dagger Taper Technology:
      • Features an aggressive 12-inch taper from the hosel to the shaft for increased lower flex on all shots
      • The top side of the taper is thinner for more flex and the bottom portion on the taper is wider for less torque providing a more accurate shot
      • This loads and releases the shaft and blade together for more flex and better pop on slap shots, snap shots and wrist shots
  • Geometry
    • Straight sidewalls with rounded corners
  • Grip:
    • Grip coating
    • Raised diamond print grip
  • Blade:
    • Hardcore X foam core
      • Very light blade core that has 60% higher compression resistance while being 40% stronger
    • Unispar carbon fiber stringer
      • Reinforces the blade core increasing endurance and the bend strength
    • Aramid Sole
      • Super tough fibers used in bullet proof vests wrap over the bottom edge of the blade to increase impact toughness
  • Flex: 40, 50
  • Length: 51"
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