Jeni Nash

Jeni Nash

Little Cottonwood Canyon, Moab, Joe's Valley, Moe's Valley - all over Utah!

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Jeni Nash's Passions

Backpacking
Camping
Snowboarding
Hiking
Snowshoeing
Kayaking
Sport Climbing
Bouldering

Jeni Nash's Bio

"If you keep pulling on hard stuff, you'll get stronger."

Born in Moab, raised in northern Utah. I like to take advantage of everything the state has to offer, hiking, climbing, kayaking, shredding, camping, and being totally boss!

I love roadtrips - any excuse to get into nature is a good one! All of my ideas are great, because why not?

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Jeni Nash wrote a review of on May 13, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size

This is my new favorite climbing tank. It is super lightweight, has a great cut, and is comfortable to wear. I got a medium, though I should have grabbed a small (5'6", 130lbs). It doesn't matter, though, because the style of the tank is sort of shruggy. The back is my favorite. They killed it on this one.

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Jeni Nash wrote a review of on May 13, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size

The fabric is light enough to make it a perfect summer maxi dress, but heavy enough to ensure that the dress drapes in a very flattering fashion. I love the cream colored crochet V shaped detail. It shows a little bit of skin, but nothing too crazy.

I picked it up in Small (5'6", 130lbs), but wish there had been an XS available. It isn't overly large, though. Definitely true to size for small. The straps adjust and I'm very happy with it.

I machine wash/tumble dry it (because I'm lazy and wash everything on the same setting), and it is still gorgeous. I highly recommend this dress!

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Jeni Nash wrote a review of on May 13, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: Runs large

"Take off my Van Halen t-shirt before you jinx that band and they break up!"

Well now, you don't have to! This t-shit is epic. The colors are vibrant, fabric has that soft, worn in feel, and it is cut extremely well.

As Lynnele said below, it's a perfect comfy shirt. It's also much, much more! You could wear it while sitting on your couch, or to a concert/the store/hot summer day bbqs/etc. It's so rad that even my guy friends are jealous.

It is meant to be a loose fitting top. I picked it up in medium, and should probably purchased a small. Do not size up!

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Jeni Nash wrote a review of on January 26, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: True to size

The fabric is moisture wicking, so I *could* wear it with leggings and climb or something and know that I was all good. The styling is so cute, though, that I wore it for a date on New Year's eve (with sparkly tights and black boots) and it was perfect! Lots of compliments, very flattering fit. I especially like the back detail.

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Jeni Nash posted an image about on January 26, 2014

Kiddo loves 'em!

Gave a couple pairs of these to my 10 year old at Christmas, and she'd wear them every single day if I didn't threaten her with foot fungus if she goes without washing in between. :)

I'm very pleased with them. They fit perfectly and have held up to abuse. The glee on my daughter's face when she wiggles her little sock covered toesies at me is priceless, too.

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Jeni Nash posted an image about on January 26, 2014

The edges are rounded, but...

These shoes STILL own your face off! I'm on my 13th month of pretty hard climbing in this suckers. This is my review on how they hold up over time!

1. They are incredibly comfortable after the break in period. I don't ever take them off during a climbing session. Seriously. I'm so comfy that I can just prance around like a pixie if I'm not on the wall.

2. They didn't have the insta-stink problem that every other pair of evolvs I had ever owned had. It took about 10 months for the stink to kick in. Hehehe, and now I just let them smell because I am going to get another pair, asap.

3. A year, plus, of climbing is a LONG TIME for a shoe to hold up this well. I was blowing through other pairs in as short as 3 months or as long as 5 before I owned these. They take a lickin' and keep on tickin'.

4. As said above, they are still tickin', however, they are also dying my feet odd shades of blue now in the toe box.

5. Still tickin', but the 'edges' are gone :\ They're much like any other shoe, now. I've worn that awesome, sharp edge right off of ALL SIDES hahaha. And yet, no holes in the toe box. No fabric showing. Still covered 100% in sticky rubber all the way around! Eff yeah!

6. I'm ordering another pair immediately.

7. Did I mention that I am ordering another pair immediately? Because that's happening. On pay day. Or tax refund deposit day. Or day that a large bag of money mysteriously shows up on my doorstep with a note that says, "Hey, Jeni. I heard you needed another pair of Shams. This big bag of money should make that happen for you."

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Jeni Nash wrote a review of on November 19, 2013

New favorite leggings!
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I grabbed these in medium, Abyss Heather, and they are AMAZING! So soft, soft comfy, so flattering, such an awesome color! I wore them for three days in a row after I first purchased them. Seriously. Love these pants in every way. The cut is perfect, and color is rad, and the material is oh-so-comfy!

If you are worried to workout in them because they might show sweat, don't worry any more. When you put them on, you'll be so stoked that you won't care. I haven't noticed that they show sweat, but then again, I was wearing the pants so I didn't care. Also, if you purchase them, you might not change your pants for days on end, but I fully support you in making that decision.

Rad pants. Get 'em. Put 'em on your body. Rub your leggies together and feel how comfy they are. Touch them with your hands because they're on your leggies, so they're just right there. Stare dreamily at them and deeply contemplate your comfort level. /Love them/.

Sidenote: I also have some in black that are capri length. Those are also great, however, the material is different. That doesn't make them less good; just different. Thought I would point it out.

While I'm pointing things out:

Dearest Soybu:

Make these in every color of the rainbow and I will buy friggin' all of 'em. I especially dig grass green and every shade of purple. I never want to have a day where I have to not wear these pants again! TAKE MY MONEY! NOW!
--Fan of Your Pants, Jeni

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Jeni Nash wrote a review of on November 19, 2013

Fun *and* functional!
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size

I grabbed these in indigo and have been pleasantly surprised! I am sort of a legging/yoga pant junky, so I am quite particular about pants like this. I've never owned any of O'Neill's 'performance' garments, so this was a first for me. I am happy with their ability to wick moisture, extremely happy with the cut and fit, and am super stoked that they come in a color besides BLACK or GREY (legging/yoga pant woes).

I've climbed in these and worked out in them, and they definitely don't disappoint! The fun print gives them extra bonus points, as does the zipper pocket located on the waistband in the back of the pants.

Definitely give these a go!

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Jeni Nash wrote a review of on November 19, 2013

Cute and warm, but...
3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

I love the print and the styling on this hoodie. I picked it up in cool whip, size L. I regret getting the large because it is cut generously, so now the entire thing is a bit long and bulky, but oh well. It is warm and the styling details are awesome. I do have some criticisms, however.

1. The top of the zippers are *sharp*. If the hoodie is zipped up and covering your face, you don't notice it. When you unzip it to let your face free, however, the top of the zippers poke into your skin when they inevitably hit it. The material holds its shape well, so even when it is unzipped, the front area only lays down a little bit. This makes it so when you turn your head from side to side, the bottom of your jaw/neck is prone to getting scraped by the sharp edges. Bummer. Deal.

2. I *love* the thumb holes! I always *love* thumb holes! These thumbholes, however, are stitched a bit tight. Since the material is quite thick, they give you a handful of material in between your thumb and fingers.

Bottom line: Cute print, great styling elements, could have been executed with a bit more thought to make it perfect.

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