MONTEREY, Calif. (BRAIN) — 7mesh’s new shorts and bib feature a new body fabric that the company said is noticeably more compressive without sacrificing moisture wicking, ventilation, or breathability. The short features a gripper printed onto the leg opening, finished with a raw edge hem for a neater, more streamlined profile.
The shorts have a custom Elastic Interface chamois which has a new HCS (Hybrid Cell System) construction to help enhance blood flow and vibration reduction and a new air-permeable topsheet to increase airflow. The chamois is mounted to the short using 7mesh’s Clean Finish construction which eliminates chafe points and provides a floating chamois hammock for unmatched comfort.
Like the MK2, the MK3 Bib Short features super-comfortable long-stretch bib straps for support without shoulder fatigue. The MK3 Short has also been upgraded with a supple new waistband construction for secure grip without binding, no matter how long the ride.
The bib retails for $200, shorts are $150.
More information: www.7mesh.com