7mesh Announce Spring 2024 Apparel Line

Mar 25, 2024 at 15:39
by 7mesh  


Spring is the season of change, when the weather turns warmer, days get longer, and winter’s layers get stored away for another year. For Spring 24, we are embracing change in all its forms with new colours, a new do-everything trail pant, and a new base layer.

7Mesh 2024 Spring Summer collection Riders Iago Garay and Zoe Zamora

Every mountain biker needs a go-to trail pant, one they can trust for whatever the day brings, and the completely updated Glidepath Pant is our new benchmark for all-rides comfort and performance. A light 4-way stretch DWR fabric and new trim shape are combined with an updated set-and-forget belt system, increased knee articulation, double-snap zip fly, and updated cuffed hem. Strip it down for a warm lunchtime rip or throw some knee pads under the pant for burlier sessions, the Glidepath Pant’s go-everywhere performance and comfort is equally at home on multi-day backcountry trips or storming on the EDR circuit.

7Mesh 2024 Spring Summer collection Riders Iago Garay and Zoe Zamora

7Mesh 2024 Spring Summer collection Riders Iago Garay and Zoe Zamora

No season speaks to colour more than spring, and the fresh hues of our S24 range from deep woods-inspired stone, mist, and alpine hues for flowing through the landscape to bright pops of gold and purple for times when looking sharp and going fast are the goal.

7Mesh 2024 Spring Summer collection Riders Iago Garay and Zoe Zamora

7Mesh 2024 Spring Summer collection Riders Iago Garay and Zoe Zamora

As worn by the 7mesh x Commencal Enduro Team, Roam is our durable technical trail shirt built for every season with UPF 50+ fabric. It rocks a regular weight, open fabric structure that keeps air moving alongside a textured backer to prevent clinging. Ready for everything from bike park hot laps to Backcoutnry adventures, Roam will quickly become you new favourite riding shirt. Now available in new colours for S24.

7Mesh 2024 Spring Summer collection Riders Iago Garay and Zoe Zamora

7Mesh 2024 Spring Summer collection Riders Iago Garay and Zoe Zamora

Worn as part of a layering system for cool starts, long descents, or quick laps closer to home, Northwoods is back for Spring 2024 and available in new colours. Northwoods is lightweight, durable and features a DWR coating for typical Spring showers. As part of our StashSystem, Northwoods can be stowed away and attach to your bike when the sun comes out.

Consistent with our commitment to reducing its environmental footprint, all the new Spring 2024 fabrics are PFAS and PFC free and Bluesign® and Oeko-Tex® 100 certified. View the complete Spring 2024 collection at 7mesh.com.

7Mesh 2024 Spring Summer collection Riders Iago Garay and Zoe Zamora

7Mesh 2024 Spring Summer collection Riders Iago Garay and Zoe Zamora

7Mesh 2024 Spring Summer collection Riders Iago Garay and Zoe Zamora

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14 articles

  • 65 3
 Haters gonna hate…7mesh gear is some of the best out there.
  • 13 0
 Great warranty too!
  • 7 9
 I think they're slowly losing the plot though.
  • 6 1
 Still searching for a Kitsbow replacement.. RIP.
  • 6 8
 Lost me at “set and forget belt system”. Loops or gfy.
  • 3 8
flag JamesPBlaw (Mar 26, 2024 at 11:11) (Below Threshold)
 @re22: of course there is your gunna need it. Wafer thin trash imo. One prickly bush and your $300 pant is useless
  • 4 0
 @Whataboutism: they have belt loops too
  • 12 1
 Maybe if I didn't have kids. I'll stick to my $20 Wrangler ATG pants.
  • 1 0
 True. And bright pops of gold and purple are for times when looking sharp and going fast are the goal.
  • 5 0
 @krashbc: you may think a photo showing this and the “set and forget” belt system would be helpful
  • 16 0
 I'll give some kudos to 7mesh-- I've got a northwoods wind shell and it's one of my favorite pieces of kit. It's the first jacket I've bought with built in stash clips and its quickly become a non-negotiable feature for me.
  • 5 0
 Same here, one of my favourite pieces of kit I’ve picked up in the last year.
  • 15 2
 Gotta phone my bank and pull out my RRSP's for a new kit..
  • 9 8
 I am in the market for a pair of riding pants and I thought $220 seemed pricey but I just did a spot check on other brands and its not that far off for the features. Fox Ranger is $165 and can be guaranteed to be badly made and stained with the blood and tears of kids in some sweatshop over the water.
  • 2 1
 @paulskibum: check this article from a couple years ago. There is an amazon link to some nice pants for a good price. Also have 2 pairs of the Nukeproof pants and they are really quite good (for under a hundred bucks!).
  • 3 0
 @paulskibum: HandUp AT+ pants for $60 is hard to beat, especially for colder weather. The regular AT pants are on sale and are better for warmer weather.
  • 5 0
 @AndrewFleming: Any idea how their sizing is? Being 6'2" and ordering pants just by waist size is usually a disaster. Most companies pants are way too short for taller riders.
  • 5 0
 @schwaaa31: 6'3" here with a 34 waist. I have a medium and large in the previous version. Medium is tighter in the thighs but never sags as the fabric stretches. Large will fit pads much better and offer room for horizontal expansion....
  • 2 0
 @schwaaa31: I'm 6'2", 190# and 34" pants, and size L works for me. The regular AT pants have cotton in them so they shrunk a bit and are tighter. The AT+ pants fit a bit big but close to perfect. Length of both is good and don't catch on chain rings.
  • 3 0
 @AndrewFleming: I have had constant quality issues with handup products, I keep giving them a try but no more. The AT pants and shorts end up pilling all over, the gloves tear at the seams way too soon, and shirts are an odd fit, wide and not very long which seems like to opposite of what you want for MTB. Maybe they work for some people, but I have been disappointed.
  • 2 0
 @pisgahgnar: : I hate to say it, but same here. my shorts have this weird ring/line around them at the waist that looks like I'm wearing a seat belt, and the pants fit my waist but the legs look like baggy pajama bottoms.
  • 2 0
 @AndrewFleming: They are a good price even marked up to canadian dollars - I'd probably prefer the AT to AT+ but no XS available. Spin the wheel and try the + for sub 90 CAD?

Any experience from Canadians on shipping and customs fees?
  • 1 0
 @pisgahgnar: @grnmachine02

Yea, I have pilling on my regular AT shorts, but I wore them a ton. They have faded and have some stains on them so they are now my yard work shorts. I got my money's worth on those. They are in perfect shape structurally, no tears or pulls on the stitching.

I have yet to wear out a pair of their gloves. I have one pair that I've worn in all kinds of conditions for 50+ rides that are in really good shape.

The fit of my regular AT pants are excellent. The AT+ pants are a bit baggy but I've ridden in them in really cold conditions with full tights on underneath and it was ideal.

I've never bought any of their shirts.
  • 1 0
 @paulskibum: Do it and report back.
  • 10 0
 Great gear, amazing team!
  • 9 0
 I might be able to afford that little stuff sack that jacket comes with.
  • 3 2
 It’s built in!
  • 1 0
 @goceto: So you're saying he cant afford it? Right.
  • 9 0
 Some of the best gear out there
  • 5 0
 Love 7mesh gear and in my opinion worth the cash. I did try to submit a 3 star review of the super pricey thunder pant but maybe it wasn’t good enough to post (?) … I hope that’s not the case but tried twice and neither time it worked despite the msg indicating it would take 48-72 hours. By the way , love the pants for gravel but not the best for mtb in my opinion - tore a hole in them too easy!
  • 4 1
 Dear 7Mesh, please make more long inseam shorts that fit over kneepads if you have long legs. I love the Revo and have a pair that's almost 8 years old, finally bought a replacement, but a lighter weight version with the same 18-19" inseam would be awesome.
  • 1 0
 Not sure who down voted you. That's solid feedback.
  • 1 0
 @jimmyricard: who knows. Probably some short king that fits normal shorts (and bikes, and trucks, and pants) from anyone. The 7Mesh Revo are the best fitting shorts I've found at 6'9", they're just a little heavy and hot on sunny days.
  • 4 2
 For the price of a pair of Glidepath pants you can buy 7 pairs of the new Decathlon trail pants at 45€ (which, I hate to say it, are super good).
Link here -> www.decathlon.fr/p/pantalon-velo-vtt-all-mountain-leger-et-respirant-temps-chaud-unisexe-noir/_/R-p-337020?mc=8805993&c=noir
  • 11 13
 I don't get why people feel the need to let everyone know what different pants/bike/helmet/truck/car/dating app they are using everytime a new product launch is posted. So you're not this companies target demo, you don't need to shill your shit.
  • 18 3
 @everythingsucks: I dont get why people need to take a shit on people are sharing knowledge and alternative options for those of us who cant afford nor justify a car payment on a pair of shorts that will be shitkicked by mid July. But Hey! Here the f*ck we are Eh Big Grin . Also, in this "free market economy" that's how you affect market change...Consumers vote with their wallets. If enough people move away from a fabric status symbol back to an economical, rugged, durable wear item that will reflect in a companies bottom line and they'll have to adjust accordingly... Manufacturers can only charge what the markets will bear.

And they can only make that move if the information is shared.
  • 4 7
 @KDix85: well you’re wrong since gasherbrum4 clearly posted a cheaper pair of pants from another company.

And from the second half of your comment, 7mesh obviously isn’t your bag.

When carhartt posts their riding gear I’ll be stoked for you.
  • 5 0
 @everythingsucks: username checks out
  • 2 0
 Decathlon pants are really great and brilliant price
  • 3 0
 @everythingsucks: I've used loads of recommendations through PB comments from other people. It's actually one of the positives of the comments section - and makes it feel more like a riding community with people offering advice rather than moaning, insulting and complaining at every comment. You may fall into the latter.
  • 2 0
 Love my roam shirts but can’t wear them without a compression top or similar under because the seam between the chest and belly parts chafes while moving.
I usually wear one anyways but not ideal for hot summer days when I only want one layer
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  • 3 0
 7mesh only fits me when I’ve fully hit my summer weight

They make great stuff tho.
  • 2 0
 Funny since they're also one of the only apparel brands that makes a real XXL. Most brands' XXL is like a large swimsuit or 36" waist. I've hovered around a 38-40" waist forever and the 7Mesh XXL always fits well.
  • 3 0
 I have a couple of their pieces. Very solid and great fitting, looking forward to seeing the new line.
  • 3 0
 I like their subtle branding not many other brands achieve this
  • 2 1
 Gear looks amazing but holy hell $250 for shorts? $500 for a jacket?? I'm sure it's great but jesus that's expensive.
  • 2 0
 In their defense, I have a pair of their shorts that have held up really well as the shorts I've worn 99% of the time for the last 8 years. Dozens and dozens of park days, all day pedalfests, shuttle days, lots of wrecks. I've put a few holes in them from wrecks but never from abrasion or general saddle / pad wear and tear.
  • 4 2
 Skidders gonna skid
  • 2 1
 They didn't show the prices because we all made fun of them
  • 1 0
 These clothing articles all look exactly the same after a while
  • 1 0
 Nothing makes me hate this sport more than press releases for $300 pants
  • 1 0
  • 1 0
 Looks crisp!
  • 1 1
 I think I'll stick with my $7 golf shorts from goodwill.
  • 1 1
 Is that Wade Simmons?
  • 2 0
 Iago Garay
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