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Danielle Kirk

Danielle Kirk

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Danielle Kirk 's Passions

Snowboarding
Yoga
Hiking & Camping
Climbing

Danielle Kirk 's Bio

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Danielle Kirk

Danielle Kirk wrote a review of on February 1, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When I started looking for a new splitboard binding I was really stuck on the spark R&D because I love their bindings but when I found out that spark did a collab with Burton I was sold. I’ve always loved the Burton straps so when you can have a spark base plate with Burton straps I’m sold.

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Danielle Kirk

Danielle Kirk wrote a review of on January 23, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I scratched some of my lenses and it was time for a replacement. I purchased the Sonar Bronze, which has a 19% VLT, and works well with mostly sunny days. It could work for blue bird but you might be squinting for a lot of the day. The color of the lens is much more gold, rather than the yellow/green color in the photo

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Danielle Kirk

Danielle Kirk wrote a review of on January 16, 2019

4 5

Height: 5' 4"
Weight: 125 lbs
Size Purchased: Small

What can I say? Im a sucker for stripes. When I saw this Mons Royale base layer I knew that I needed it. It feels more like a cozy top because of the loose fit. I do like the "boyfriend" silhouette but it is significantly longer than other base layer that I own. I am 5'4 and comes past my bum about 3 or 4 inches. The Tropicana colorway accurately depicts what the length is like. Length aside, I will be reaching for this top quite often

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Danielle Kirk wrote a review of on January 14, 2019

4 5

Height: 5' 4"
Weight: 125 lbs
Size Purchased: Small

I bought these on a whim and to be honest I had low expectations. After having worn them quite a few times to the gym for high intensity cardio sessions, I am impressed!
The compression is pretty great, especially if you like the "held in" sensation. The fabric stays opaque no matter what kind of position you find yourself in and these stay up on my waist. No tugging them back up throughout a workout.

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Danielle Kirk

Danielle Kirk wrote a review of on January 14, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Height: 5' 4"
Weight: 125 lbs

I am a hard-skiing Utah resident that has owned a number of bibs (and non-bib ski pants) in the past, and these Flylow Smythe Bibs are quickly becoming my go-to for both backcountry tours and resort riding in any type of weather.

I got these to replace a pair of competing bibs (the brand rhymes with "curtain") that I loved through several years of hard use but unfortunately tore while hitting a tree. I first looked at the new model of the same pants as a replacement, but decided I wanted to try something new. I’m glad I did.

The Flylow Smythe Bib is made of material that is lightweight, waterproof (even in the depths of a storm) and seems sturdy enough to handle normal amounts of bushwhacking. The fit is true to size, not too baggy, but also not restrictive or tight, and there’s plenty of room to move in all sorts of directions. I’m ~6’, 175 lbs, and was between sizes so I ordered a large and am happy I sized up, but if I wanted a slimmer fit I believe the medium would have provided that.

The pockets are plentiful, deep, and well-placed, and the zippers and seams keep out wind and water. The only reason I docked a star from the review is the venting – the side-entry zipper on the left doubles as a big vent with a corresponding vent on the right leg that is much shorter. It would be nice to have a bit of a bigger right vent or even internal leg vents, but that’s a personal preference.

Also, though I don’t put fashion over function in my outerwear purchases, I actually really appreciated the color options for these pants, as men’s ski clothing is often very loud and garish. Flylow’s fernet color is a nice, dark, subtle color that allows me to clandestinely disappear into the trees in search of powder stashes without drawing attention from anyone who may be looking to poach my favorite lines.

If you want a solid, lightweight but sturdy pant to keep you dry and warm without looking like you’re wearing your big brother’s outerwear, the Flylow Smythe Bib is a great choice.

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Danielle Kirk

Danielle Kirk wrote a review of on January 5, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Pieps is known for making quality gear and when it comes to your safety you want the best.

For the quality of this kit and the price I'm not sure there is a better option. The beacon is easy to use, the shovel is lightweight, and the added grips are positioned just right.

I have no complaints.

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Danielle Kirk wrote a review of on December 30, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Ok, I bought these because I cannot with wear rented shoes from the cycling gym anymore. I feel like a new, boujee woman . I can't even describe the joy of putting on dry, non smelly, shoes that aren't soaked in someone else's sweat. Basically I'm Amy Schumer in I Feel Pretty.

Besides that they are really comfortable and are perfect for my needs

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