7mesh Industries Re:Gen Jacket - Men's

7mesh Industries Re:Gen Jacket - Men's
7mesh Industries Re:Gen Jacket - Men's
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Re:Gen Jacket - Men's by 7mesh Industries
Riding is an inherently warm pursuit, even when it's soggy outside, which makes it tough to find that perfect balance between waterproofing and breathability. By using Gore-Tex Active Shell, though, 7mesh Industries has made the Re:Gen Men's Cycling Jacket as breathable as can be, while working with slim, fully-taped seams to provide a bombproof rain barrier that's specifically designed to be worn on the bike. Accordingly, you'll stay dry from the inside and from the outside, all while enjoying a slim-fitting, stylish jacket with a claimed weight of just 220 grams. 7mesh cut the Re:Gen with its saddle-specific Helix patterning, which has a shorter front hem, extra room over your jersey pocket, and moto-inspired internal zippered thumbhole cuffs that provide ventilation and a snug, watertight fit over or under gloves. The hem boasts a gripper elastic to keep it in place, and the back features both a pass-through air vent and zippered pocket for easy access to supplies.

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