The 7mesh Industries Resistance Women's Cycling Jacket has plenty of great features, but it's what it doesn't have that's most important: weight. At just 110 grams, it's virtually unnoticeable on your back or in your pack. It also crams down to the size of your fist, so it's easy to stuff into a jersey pocket if you're afraid that a chilly wind might kick up during your ride. If it does, the jacket's Windstopper Active Shell windproof membrane will keep it from sucking the heat from your bones while allowing sweat to evaporate quickly and avoid cold, clammy rides home. Like all 7mesh shells, the Resistance is cut with Helix patterning, which offers a cycling-specific fit with mobility in all the right places with a gripper elastic on the hem to prevent gaps. It won't bunch or ride up, and the slim fit reduces flapping so it doesn't function as an accidental air brake. Zippered wrist vents and passive back vents afford option airflow for warm conditions. There's even a mesh thumbhole cuff, which provides coverage for your hands and keeps your sleeves solidly in place. The Resistance is finished with low-bulk seam taping for and reflective details for an extra touch of safety, so it's ready to throw up a stop sign to chilly and windy conditions.
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