Lay the hammer down.
Ready for grueling KOMs, high-octane training rides, and grinds up alpine passes, the 7mesh Industries Men's Highline Ultralight Jersey caters to aggressive riders exerting themselves at full-throttle on every ride. This impressively light jersey conforms to your body with its stretch-woven fabric, which creates a streamlined, aerodynamic profile as you blast down the road. Ultrasonic taped seams create a seamless fit that heightens comfort levels while reducing overall drag.
Yarn-processed DWR beads off oncoming rain showers and road spray, in case you're caught in a passing thunderstorm or hit the road after a recent rainfall. This is a great feature if you regularly find rain dampening your daily ride, especially in summer where afternoon thunderstorms can pop up at a moment's notice. And seeing it's developed for riding in warm weather, the fabric's UPF 50+ ensures protection when you're pedaling under searing UV rays.
- Patterned for aggressive riders pushing themselves
- Stretch-woven fabric keeps you pedaling comfortably
- Form-fitting for a streamlined, aerodynamic profile
- Ultrasonic taped seams create a seamless fit and feel
- Yarn-processed DWR beads of showers and road spray
- Full-length zipper for greater temperature regulation
- Three rear pockets for water bottles, riding nutrition
- Zippered side pockets with cord routing for media players
- Item #SVN0015
- Q & A
Great cut, DWR coated!
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XS
- Height: 5'6"
- Weight: 128lbs
I got this in an XS and at 5'6" (168cm) and 128lbs (59kg), it fit beautifully. It came in a recyclable plastic bag as to not pollute the environment, and thats all I needed. The DWR coating means your sweat will bead off instead of being absorbed in to the jersey, which is a nice little feature. Be aware that this is pretty damn racefit, if you don't like your jerseys so tight, size up for sure.
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 6'3"
- Weight: 190lbs
First things first, the item was a bit too small. So, this review has nothing to do with how the product functioned and more to do with how disappointed I was with the overall presentation. Not sure if this is on Competitive Cyclist or 7 Mesh, but for $200, I expected more than a jersey wadded into a plastic sack. As for branding, 7 Mesh, you gotta do better. The basic hangtag was low on information (technical features, washing care instructions, etc.) Not even a sticker to (see KUHL) to help me spread the good word. I really wanted to like this purchase. I was waiting for it like a kid at Christmas. Always want to support new specialty brands. And again, this is just purely about how it was delivered, so I'm sure it could be a great jersey, but again, for $200, I expect the fit to be spot on and the little extras to be evident. Just felt kind of cheap. I did order some 7Mesh shorts as well and I'm really happy with the fit and comfort. But like the jersey, unimpressed with the experience. Should I have ordered direct from the brand? Would it have been different?