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Lexi Dowdall

Lexi Dowdall

Salt Lake City, Utah

Lexi Dowdall 's Passions

Snow Skiing
Mountain Biking
Triathlon

Lexi Dowdall 's Bio

I'm a fairly fresh mountain biker. I spend my time wheezing behind my friends on the climbs, but relish the wind in my face. I bike because someone once told me it would make me a better skier. I also enjoy trail running in the glorious mountains just moments from my front door.

Lexi Dowdall

Lexi Dowdall wrote a review of on September 28, 2015

3 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I loved the fit and feel of this jersey, but I ultimately returned it because I found the enjoyment to price ratio to be off.

I know Maloja is a schwanky Euro brand, but I was just not prepared to fork over the kind of cash required to look this fancy.
Great, great great but not for me.

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Lexi Dowdall wrote a review of on September 4, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

:( I know there was lots of confusion below in the reviews for these shorts about sizing. There was some mismarked shorts in last year's run and people were all atizzy.

I ordered BOTH the size small and the size medium to determine what would work best for me. The shorts themselves are awesome. Super nice feeling, durable material, great shape to them. I was most wild about the length, not too long but not too short. Zippers seemed to be made of great quality, as did the tabs used to adjust the waistline.

I was fully in-between sizes though - BUMMER, so I returned both.

I am 5'3" and 125 lbs.

The size small looked nice, fit in the waistband and rear, looked great. BUT - I couldn't bend or squat without some discomfort, they felt a bit too tight. I typically take a size small in most brands.

The size medium was wayyy too large. It was poochy in the rear area and the waistline was huge. I could run the waistband cinches all the way down to achieve the proper fit, but it didn't look awesome. Moving around and bending they felt a LOT better than the small. But again, since the waistline and butt didn't really fit, I decided not to keep them. I wish I could have kept them.

Good luck!

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Lexi Dowdall wrote a review of on July 14, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Hard to imagine anything more delightful.
Espresso anywhere - really.
One of the coolest wedding or 'super special' gifts you could bequeath to a really, really loved one.

I'm a gadget hater (I don't have a TV and couldn't work a GoPro for the life of me) - but this thing is rad. Spend some time with the directions so you understand the process, it's worth it.
Once you get the hang of it you'll be pulling shots of delicious dark nectar in no time.

Super fun and satisfying to take the ritual of espresso out into nature without electricity or batteries. I have a plug in model at home and this is every bit as delicious, and takes approximately 1/17th the space.

Always a HUGE hit around the AM hours at camp. You can't go wrong. Period.

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Lexi Dowdall wrote a review of on July 14, 2015

WOAH NELLY!
4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Probably one of the greatest gifts you could ever provide to another human being, this thing is pretty next level.
ESPRESSO UNINHIBITED.

No batteries, no electricity - just fine grounds and hot water.
Camping just got more luxurious by about 3,000 points. It does have a bit of a learning curve, make sure you read the directions.
Once you get the hang of it, you'll be pulling shots of delicious nectar in no time flat. I'm not one for gadgets (I don't even own a TV) but this thing is rad.

Taste - because, duh, you want to know...
Delicious. I have an espresso machine at home at this tastes every bit as delicious as my electricity sucking home unit. Prettttty impressive.
I also have a battery powered milk frother that I throw in for good measure if I'm feeling creamy.

Words cannot describe this wonder. You simply must try it.

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Lexi Dowdall posted an image about on June 19, 2015

Promote The Love

Perfect for couples or adventuresome wine-os.
The glasses seem sturdy and collapse very easily for storage.
The strappy carrying case is absolutely perfect for a sunset ridgeline hike :)
Carrying a bottle is cumbersome and you don't feel classy drinking out of paper cups or red SILO cups - this solves both problems! Comfortably carry the classy, collapsible wine glasses and fill your bladder with wine and you're ballin'.

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Lexi Dowdall wrote a review of on June 10, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Haven't tested these yet because I'm waiting for a broken hand to heal. For now here is sizing info and initial impressions.

In true Norrona style - these are the fanciest, most teched-out bike shorts I've ever laid eyes upon. Really impressed with the construction, features and fit. Especially loving the lengthy side zips and the fact that my bum doesn't look like a huge diaper with my chamois on. WIN.

I am 5'3" and 120 lbs and the size small fits very nicely. The waist tabs are very adjustable. I don't love the huge logo - but oh well.

The fabric is super comfy and not restrictive at all. I can tell it's going to most likely be very durable and abrasion resistant.

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Lexi Dowdall wrote a review of on May 26, 2015

3 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I really like the fun patterns by Moxie, super different.
I put this particular model on...and for the first time in my life I had cleavage from bike clothes....it was....weird.
As a quite small b-cup I do not have cleavage in my day-to-day life so it was incredibly disorienting to find it here on this bike jersey. The shelf bra is constructed in such a way that the girls are pushed up and in.
I liked it, I'm not going to lie. But it was weird.
I also found the bra much less comfortable than the one incorporated into the Layered Tank -->

http://www.backcountry.com/moxie-cycling-layered-jersey-tank-top-womens

Ultimately I returned this. It was too distracting and less comfortable than the model I linked above.

I typically take size small in nearly all brands, I think I could have easily sized up on this one, it's tight!! Oh, it's also skin tight so if you have any muffin tops whatsoever, prepare to show them off! I liked the more flattering shape of the Moxie Layered Tank too.

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