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THE NEW MK3 BIB


Designed Through Adventure

Pushing beyond the outer edge requires total commitment and attention to every detail. From the Coast Mountains of Squamish, Canada, we design through adventure to create unsurpassed alpine-grade bike gear for road, mountain and gravel riding.


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The Fall Drop

New Season Arrivals

Explore new additions and fresh colors of carry-over styles in the 7mesh Spring drop.


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  1. HEADING FOR HIGHER GROUND

    OFF-ROAD SHORTS CHOOSER

    Make every ride count with a deep dive into the 7mesh trail shorts collection

  2. CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE

    WOMEN'S TRAIL KIT GUIDE

    Ride beyond the backcountry with the 7mesh edit of women's off-road apparel


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EARLY BUZZ: ROAD SPRING/SUMMER 19 LOOKBOOK

EARLY BUZZ: ROAD SPRING/SUMMER 19 LOOKBOOK

5am in Phoenix is all Chris King hub buzz and carbon rim whirr. “There could be 50, 60, 70 people in the middle of the night just streaming down the road,” says Paul Stevenson, Technology Project Manager at Arizona Outback Adventures and part-time 7mesh model. “It’s kind of bizarre.” Summers are too hot in Arizona, at least if you’re riding. So the locals tend to get up and out early – and go hard. “Those rides, in particular, are hammerfests,” he laughs.”

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Imagine Patterns

IMAGINE PATTERNS: MAKING THE MK3

With the release of our MK3, the third version of our refined, long-distance road cycling bib short, we took the opportunity to sit down with 7mesh VP Design, Ian Martin to talk fit, fabrics, and the process of product evolution. "There are moments when you doubt your idea will ever see fruition," he says. "Creating products is such a long game. You need to have good reserves of patience, that’s for sure."

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RIDING SOUTH: ARIZONA’S CHOLLOS, CACTI & GRAVEL

RIDING SOUTH: ARIZONA’S CHOLLAS, CACTI & GRAVEL

Where do you go when the ground is covered in snow? The spare room, of course. Or the garage. Or for the real crazies, the dedicated basement cave. Connect the trainer and start the suffering. At least that’s what Canadian riders do over winter: hunker down, spike the adrenaline with old ice hockey footage, and ride out the bad weather.

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