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Highline Ultralight Jersey SS

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Designed for fast-paced riding on the rivet, the Highline is our ultralight everyday-aero jersey, built for making the break, launching Alpine assaults and finding lost time in the race of truth.



  • 78% Nylon, 22% Elastane 4-way stretch woven
  • #3 Coil Front Zip


  • 107g


  • Two zippered side pockets with headphone ports
  • Three rear pockets
  • 6mm seam tape
  • Ultrasonic stretch seam construction
  • UPF 50+
  • Full length front zipper
  • Reflective details

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It's all in the details.

This high performance, ultra lightweight jersey is patterned for an aggressive riding position. You know the one, head down and revved up. The ultrasonic taped stretch seams create a seamless look and feel. Stretch woven fabric allows for that aerodynamic feeling we all strive for, and the yarn-processed DWR (durable water repellant) helps to keep the jersey from collecting extra moisture. Go ahead. Leave it all on the bike. The Highline has your back.

7mesh Highline Jersey Riding
7mesh Highline Jersey Riding
7mesh Highline Jersey Riding
  1. “Next time I toe the line at a hot mid-summer race, chances are the Highline Ultralight Jersey will be on my back.”

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Durable Water Repellency (DWR) refers to chemical treatments applied to fabrics to increase their resistance to water absorption. DWR chemical penetrates into the fibers and binds there, protecting the textile so that water beads and rolls off the outer layer rather than being absorbed. This helps keep fabric surfaces dry and clean, which in turn allows fabrics to main their waterproof and breathable characteristics. Significant changes to DWR chemistry are currently being developed, with reputable manufacturers and brands phasing out the use of “C8” based DWR treatments that may have negative environmental impacts. 7mesh works with vendors to ensure we use the best DWR treatments available; our fabrics do not use any C8-based DWRs.