7Mesh Horizon jersey and MK3 bib short review

7Mesh chooses an inventive design for its endurance orientated Horizon jersey and MK3 bib short, how do these features stack up when the miles rack up?

7Mesh Horizon jersey and MK3 bibshort
(Image: © Ruby Boyce)

Cyclingnews Verdict

Endurance and everyday riding jersey bib combo that combines careful tailoring and innovative bib construction to deliver on-bike comfort


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    Low cut on bib shorts help cooling and comfort breaks

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    Excellent pocket selection with five rear jersey pockets

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    Jersey material offers a broad range of temperature comfort


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    Bib short legs creep up

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    Bib short material wrinkles

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    Firecracker jersey material shows dirt easily

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7Mesh is a cycling clothing company based in Canada, sandwiched between Vancouver and Whistler, it’s a brand that is proudly Canadian and very connected to the land and culture of the BC area. Since 2013, 7Mesh has been designing road and mountain biking gear to handle riding the mountainous terrain and all weather conditions that can be experienced from its doorstep. The Horizon jersey and MK3 bib shorts are endurance focused road clothing aimed to offer innovative design features for greater comfort during long days in the saddle. We've been putting them to the test to see how they fare against the best cycling jerseys and best cycling shorts on the market. 

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Graham has been part of the Cyclingnews team since January 2020. He has mountain biking at his core and can mostly be found bikepacking around Scotland or exploring the steep trails around the Tweed Valley. Not afraid of a challenge, Graham has gained a reputation for riding fixed gear bikes both too far and often in inappropriate places.