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
Warm weather is here
- Fit: True to size
It's time to bust out the short sleeve jersey. The sun is out and it's time to get some vitamin D. I head out for a ride in the new Mesh 7 MK3 bib shorts and the prestigious Mesh 7 Ultralight Highline Jersey.
While packing on a few extra pounds from the winter, I can already tell the Jersey contours to my body and is sleek in March and will be just as form fitting at race weight in June. Aerodynamics is key.
The next to skin feel moves with my body as I stand up and accelerate out of corners, throwing down power equally matched by my clothing. The material of the kit is of the highest quality, treating my skin to moisture wicking technology and temperature regulation of the highest order.
I ride past a store getting a glimpse of myself in the reflection of the window. Trim, sharp, fast. I am dedicated to the process and this Jersey will be there for me on my best days. Grabbing a bar from the easy to reach back pockets, I keep pedaling for many miles to come. For racers, speed demons, and connoisseur's of comfort, this jersey is for you.
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?