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Kayla Weiser

Kayla Weiser

Little/Big Cottonwood Canyons, Moab, mountains, rivers, and deserts

Kayla Weiser's Bio

I grew up in the mountains of Utah and Colorado, and have found myself unable to leave it. During the winter when not in school, I am all in skiing. I have been telemarking for 11 years now, and won't be stopping any time soon! I enjoy mostly Big Mountain, BC, and park. Outside of skiing, I also dig rock climbing, whitewater paddling, paddleboarding, camping, hiking- pretty much anything outdoors. I love getting out with my boyfriend, and our year-old Newfie, Camber.

Kayla Weiser

Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on February 16, 2016

5 5

I'm a lady, so needless to say I have quite a few bathroom goods that I carry with me during travel. This kit carries it all, and still closes without trouble. I just traveled to Japan for a couple of weeks and was living out of a suitcase, and this kit made it much easier. It has one mesh pocket inside on the lid, and then one pocket on the exterior front for your toothbrush. Love Dakine products- super durable, and very good looking. All in all, the best bathroom bag I've found so far- definitely would recommend!

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on January 5, 2016

5 5

Pro Bars are by far my number one. After choking down plenty of bars found in my pocket, no need to go back after finding the Meal Bar! The taste is far superior- doesn't taste processed, you feel like you're actually eating real food. If you need a good snack for a day of activities, this is it- gets you some good calories and it doesn't make you miserable. Easy to throw in your jacket pocket, pack, purse, etc. I've enjoyed every flavor I've tried so far, but I will say that the Superfood Slam and Oatmeal Raisin are the current favs...

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on January 4, 2016

4 5

My dad is a pretty serious mountain biker, and busted his helmet at the end of riding season. He's always been a fan of Bell- their fit and overall design- so I decided to give him an upgrade and get him in a MIPS helmet. The fit is right on, it's super airy! The only complaint so far is that it doesn't have a visor, but that's easy enough to deal with by wearing a visor underneath if you really want the shade protection. I am a firm believer in the MIPS tech- recently saved my bf from a wicked concussion earlier this year. Definitely would recommend it to ANYONE and everyone looking for a new helmet!

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on January 4, 2016

4 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I teamed up with my fam to get this badboy for my 8 year old sister, who has really been wanting a "real" mountain bike. And she basically fell in love at first sight on Christmas, so I think we did good. Overall it seems like a great entry-level mountain bike - fully equipped with gears, two brakes, and some suspension as well. Great basic bike- it is pretty heavy, but for just some basic exploring and getting to know bikes, this is a perfect fit. Will update once the snows stop and she gets a chance to put it to the test on the trails!

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on October 1, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got into mountain biking this year, and after some chilly days and some bloody arms, I figured it was time to get a long sleeve jersey. I love the POC line and settled on the Brass Green in this top. I am a lady, so I bought the Small- good size, a little bit roomy which is what I prefer especially for biking.
The material is soft- not as 'rough' as on the Flow Jersey. It is still thick enough to provide warmth and protection against the trails and branches. Still breathes well enough too, don't feel like I'm wearing a trashbag.
All in all, great jersey. Good color too- goes with my Hella Yella bike!

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on September 24, 2015

Great Hikers
5 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I got these for the man to replace an old pair of TNF shoes. Already, these are 10x better! I'll start by saying that the sizing is spot on. He wears a 10.5 in street shoes, and the 43.5 in these is a great fit. He does have a more narrow foot, so the slimmer toe box on these is perfect.
They are also super comfortable- he took them right out of the box on a Grand Canyon trip and hiked in them every day. No hot spots or discomfort, and the goretex kept water out walking through shallow streams. They held great traction on the trails and wet rock.
All in all, he loves these shoes. He's not a runner, but these fit the bill for light hiking and backpacking, and also as gym shoes. Definitely would recommend them!

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on September 16, 2015

5 5

I firmly believe that if you are a coffee lover, you need this handpresso. It is gold- not actually, but it produces goodness that can rival gold in certain situations. The handheld device itself is pretty sweet- has a few parts to keep track of but all in all nothing too gnar. Just make sure that you read the instructions and it will be smooth sailing. I was quite surprised at how little coffee it requires, and little water too. But the taste... the taste is bomb. Literally like having a little cafe on hand! I'm pretty picky on the espresso front, and this little guy packs in the satisfaction. All in all, hands down recommend this to any coffee lover who wants to boost their coffee game- in the house and especially out camping!

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on September 16, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I'm with Lexi on this one, it is FANCYPANTS. Picked the set up as a gift for our realtor who is an outdoor coffee-loving fiend, and he's as stoked as they come. Super awesome and pretty compact for how many goodies are packed into the set- and you can just take out the handpresso if you're going more minimalist. Ended up picking up just the handpresso myself so I can speak to the ease of use. Again, just make sure you read the directions and you will be SET! Espresso comes out tasting mighty delish within seconds. Great for a gift- but beware, you'll end up purchasing one for yourself too.

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Kayla Weiserposted an image about on September 15, 2015

Crunch

My man took a rough fall up at Deer Valley, only thing that saved him was this helmet! He's had multiple previous concussions from skiing, and said that he's hit his head half as hard as this time and has gotten a concussion- but he walked away from this one head injury free!

SO WORTH IT!

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on September 15, 2015

Absolutely worth it.
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have two other POC helmets- one ski, and one bike commuter- and I hands down believe they are the best on the market. I picked this one up for mountain biking, and it's perfect. Super lightweight, easy to dial in the fit with the included padding- my head measures at about 57.5cm and the M/L is perfect for me, especially with a headband. I like the small visor- it does pop off if you get a hard enough hit, which is great so it doesn't break. And above all else, I love the protection that it offers. The MIPS tech is super bomb- makes a lot more sense to me especially for biking! Saved my guy from getting another concussion this past weekend- thanks helmet. Best model on the market in my opinion!

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on September 7, 2015

5 5

What a perfect little match with the Microflate Nano Inflator (INN0007). Super small, don't really notice it in your pack until you need it- and then you're STOKED that you have them on hand, inflate your tire quickly and painlessly.

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on September 7, 2015

4 5

So awesome. I had been riding in some pretty worn out cleats and was struggling in clipping in n' out (fresh meat to biking here). Picked these up and it was a WORLD of difference, first ride. Took a little bit of getting used to with the positioning of the cleats/shoes in my pedals, but at least I can get in and out without any issues and the durability so far seems bomb. Get some fresh cleats, you won't regret it!

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on August 24, 2015

POC Eyes
4 5

I picked these up for my man to replace his old Electrics. Same POC quality in both the frames and lenses. They offer a very crisp picture, and are good protection in both bright and medium light days. I also like the thicker glasses arms, seem to help with the durability factor! The only downside is that they seem a bit tight. He wears an XL POC helmet, head measures at about 59cm, and if he wears them for extended periods of time his temples get a little sore. Hoping that with a little more wear they get stretched out! They do seem to fit the dog perfectly fine.

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Kayla Weiserwrote a review of on August 21, 2015

5 5

I'm a lil lady, but wanted to get a full finger POC glove. I liked the look of these because of the adjustable wrist, and they've held up to my expectations. According to the size chart I went with the Small, and they're perfect. They don't give me that funny fuzzy/itchy feeling that a lot of gloves do, barely notice that they're there and they don't leave me with swampy hands. I've put them to the test as a beginner mountain biker and I'm really happy that I've had them- protected my hands in multiple falls! I also like that they're not bulky. All in all, I'm diggin' these

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