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The team at 7mesh live and work on the unceded traditional territory of the Squamish Nation indigenous people.

With the vibrant, tech-forward city of Vancouver to the south, the mountains of Whistler to the north, and some of the world's best mountain biking all around us, our hometown of Squamish sits at the crossroads of creativity and adventure.


7mesh was born out of the realisation that while technical gear for backcountry adventurers had taken great leaps forward, the bike community had been left behind. And as riders, as well as apparel professionals who helped create many of the outdoor industry's breakout technologies, we knew that cyclists deserved better. So in 2013, we quit our jobs and got to work. Our first collection debuted in 2015. Since then, we’ve been equipping a growing community of global adventure seekers with advanced bike apparel for road and trail riding in all conditions.


Our goal is to create bike apparel that stands the test of time, with innovative shapes, premium fabrics and advanced fabrication methods like bonded seams and Clean Finish tailoring. All so that when you’re ready to go again, so is your gear.

We believe that clothing shouldn’t call attention to itself, which is why we spend so much time refining every line, seam and shape, before testing new ideas on the mountains that overlook our design studio. Then we build upon what worked and improve anything that took us out of the moment, repeating the process until we only see the ride ahead.


7mesh isn’t a real word. But it was inspired by a very important one.

Over the last century anthropologists have worked alongside members of the Squamish Nation to document their spoken language. In the late 1900’s work with the BC Native Language Project developed the writing system used today, resulting in our town being known as Squamish / Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh. We adopted our name in celebration of this amazing spirit of collaboration, and in respect for the people & place that make this community so special.

However Canada's history of colonialism and treatment of indigenous peoples is dark, and needs to be recognized. BC is home to 34 distinct indigenous languages, all of which are endangered. These languages were severely impacted over many decades by government policies designed to eliminate First Nations’ cultures completely.

At 7mesh we are on a learning journey, and we encourage all Canadians to familiarize themselves with the difficult parts of our history, including residential schools and the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. Let’s celebrate positive steps - but also recognize we have a long, long way to go.

Several organizations champion the revitalization of First Nations language and culture in Canada. 7mesh has donated to:

Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh Lil̓wat7úl Cultural Centre

First Peoples’ Cultural Foundation

New Hope Community Bikes

Indigenous Youth Mountain Bike Program

Reconciliation Canada


Our logo is also inspired from our region, incorporating a ‘7m’ that pays homage to the two icons of beauty and adventure that oversee our efforts every day. The ‘7’ represents the rugged vista of Garibaldi (Nch’Kay) Park, and the ‘m’ stylizes the graceful curves of the Stawamus Chief (Siyám Smánit). These incredible landmarks inspire our team and our community, and our logo symbolizes the unending opportunity to find new adventures both here and around the world.