Whether you're rolling through a blustery morning commute or tackling your favorite stretch of technical singletrack, the 7mesh Industries Men's Recon Shorts are designed to shepherd you through it with element-blocking yet breathable comfort and functionality. Strategically patterned to promote comfort and mobility, these shorts won't restrict movement as you negotiate traffic patterns or pick through tricky rock gardens and other trail obstacles.
An adjustable waist dials in a perfect fit and ensures your shorts stay in place through the even roughest trails. Jean-style front hand pockets add a casual vibe and provide space to store small essentials, while a slightly longer leg length and angled hem line adds a hint of extra knee protection and accommodates your favorite knee pads. To cap things off, reflective elements increase visibility to other road and trail users in low light conditions.
- Item #SVN000S
- Q & A
Amazing Alpine Short
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is the quintessential alpine riding short and is perfect for riding in a temperature Range 30 - 80 degrees. They do a great job of taking the bite of out cold wind and still remain quite comfortable when the temps rise. In Colorado they are a perfect four season short as they also provide great water resistance and you can smash through puddles and snow dusted trails without getting swamp ass. The fit is nice, plenty of room for pads but not baggy. Pockets are deep and hold a phone well. If your going to ride in an unknown place these are my go to shorts as they work in such a wide range of conditions. I'm 5'11 and 180 and fit a medium perfectly. If
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Height: 6'1"
- Weight: 160lbs
I have used these now 7-8 times in temps from upper 30s to 50s with wind bib shorts usually. They are very comfortable, wind repellent, and have a durable/quality feel to them. I have their regular MTB shorts too which I like. The shorts have more pockets and are a lighter material. The shorts sit just above knees, these fit just below. I intend to use these in the summer too when at altitude above 9000 feet or so for warmth and weather protection. I am 6ft 1 inch and about 165. Medium fits me great.