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Item # SVN0007

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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.
Tech SpecsSize
Tech Specs
[membrane/laminate] WindStopper Active, [face fabric] 12D nylon ripstop
cuffs, back
1 zippered side
yes, inner cuff
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

7mesh Industries

Women's Apparel
Chest 32in
Waist 25in
Hip 35in
Arm Length 22.5in
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Measure under armpits, over pecs.
Measure the narrow point of your waist, above your belt line.
Measure widest point below belt line.
Arm Length:
Measure from shoulder tip to wrist.

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Runs small but lightweight

    Runs small on the waist height, but is long enough in the arms. It fits me snug so I seldom wear this and was disappointed with that based on the cost. If I bought a size bigger I’d be worried the arms would be too long. The arm length is perfect and I wish the waist length and girth could be, too. The material is great. Light weight, durable, resistant to rain and sun protection. I typically will wear this as a layer over other things to keep me warmer in cold weather, or I will wear it over a tank top on a hot day for sun protection. But I don’t wear it a lot because of the length complaint.

    3 star jacket

      This is nice looking, and the arms length is very good. I have long arms, and am tall, 5’11’ and weigh 160 lb. The cons are the jacket does lack pockets, it’s not long in the waist, doesn’t cap down over the small of the back. I bought this on a discount and felt the price was fair, but it is not worth $200.

      Surprisingly versatile and amazing

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Small

      I've been using this jacket for a few months now, and at first thought it was a "fancy windbreaker". It's way more than that! First off it packs up smaller than a pair of arm warmers, and as a small woman my pocket space is always at a premium so I am grateful. I accidentally got caught in a downpour wearing this, and was surprised to find out that the water just beaded right off - the fabric is quietly totally waterproof, and the added touch of taped seams kept me 100% dry in Vancouver winter rain. This is also my go to jacket for mountain rides - you seriously don't need anything else to keep you warm on big mountain descents. It's also breathable enough that I've never gotten gross and clammy, and can even use this for rainy runs without overheating. This jacket is absolutely worth every penny - I even bought one for my boyfriend after a few weeks as I couldn't stop raving.

      Hi Morgan, what range of temperatures have you been able to use this in with/without layers underneath?