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7mesh pushes lightweight versatility for its Spring/Summer '16 line

The Vancouver-based company rides into spring.
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Wearing the right pieces when cycling during the spring months can be a bit of a headache. Sometimes it's warm, sometimes it sprinkles, and often you get both. With experience in the wet conditions of Vancouver, British Columbia, 7mesh knows a few things about designing the perfect gear for unpredictable weather. 

Their Spring/Summer line is designed to tackle exactly that and accomplish those things with a focus on lightweight construction with versatile functionality. Pieces like the Northwoods Jacket ($150 - above) are constructed from a fabric that's wind-resistant, but is also very breathable while weighing just 100 grams. 

You can also layer that over their Synergy Jersey ($160) that gives you high water-resistance and jacket-grade climate protection. The new line will also feature a lightweight vest, performance shorts, and a chamois short.

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