7mesh Industries Re:Gen Jacket - Women's

7mesh Industries Re:Gen Jacket - Women's
7mesh Industries Re:Gen Jacket - Women's
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Re:Gen Jacket - Women's by 7mesh Industries
Riding in the rain is tough. Either you get cold and wet, or get wet and steamy, or stay mostly dry and overheat. 7mesh Industries, however, is making things a little easier by building the Re:Gen Women's Jacket from Gore-Tex Active Shell, which makes it as breathable as can be while working with 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 that weighs just 210 grams. Given the peculiar postures involved in cycling, 7mesh cut the Re:Gen with a 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 gear and energy food.

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SKU: SVN0004
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