Compound Long-Sleeve Jersey
Getting rowdy is all in a day's work, and sure, any lightweight long-sleeve will provide a little more coverage than a short-sleeve jersey, but there are days when you just want more, so you're ready for the rough-and-tumble. Reach for the 7Mesh Compound Long-Sleeve Jersey for an extra hit of durability to resist run-ins with low-hanging branches, rock walls, and scrub oak, thanks to its added shoulder and chest abrasion resistant panels. The jersey is patterned with a casual fit that feels similar to your favorite long-sleeve tee, but is designed to keep its fit in or out of the saddle for comfort all day long. It's built from Omega 100p Knit fabric that actively manages moisture, so you can keep cool and comfortable all day, pulling away perspiration and drying quickly so you stay dry.
- A long-sleeve with built in protection to amp up durability
- Omega 100p fabric actively wicks away sweat and dries
- Durable abrasion-resistant panels on chest and shoulders
- Casual styling looks good long after you leave the trail
- Articulated cut elevates comfort on the bike
- Item #SVN001T
- Q & A
7 Mesh Excellence
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
One thing that is for sure, 7 Mesh does not mess around. The company was formed by a bunch of peeps that peeled off from Arc'Teryx and I can tell you that Materials and Craftsmanship are second to none.
I have been riding this jersey for almost a year now. Not a form fit, more of a T style of fit with a slightly dropped tail. The upper body chest and arms are almost a nylon feeling material to the touch, it does a great job of resisting snags and holds up to abrasion. The lower section of the front, sleeves, and the entire back panel are a more breathable material that really vents heat.
I wouldn't call this a winter item, the materials are pretty thin, but you can layer it with a base and get down into the 50's (f) depending on how you do in the cold.
I love how simple this jersey is, and how minimal the logo is.
I would almost dock a star for the slight nylon swooshing sound that the upper material can make, maybe a half or a quarter of a star.
But my jersey has taken some abuse and another Long Sleeve Jersey I have has been torn twice on the same trails I have worn this jersey on without issue.