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7Mesh Seton winter jersey review: Different from the rest

7Mesh Seton winter jersey review: Different from the rest

I’m constantly trying new thermal jerseys and long-sleeve options of all kinds. There are a lot of options out there but for years my strategy didn’t really change. I would look for potential options to put on our list of the best cycling jerseys and I would evaluate them on their own.  

In the past, I always considered layered systems as being an option designed to maximize adaptability. I thought when I knew the whole ride would remain cold that there was little point in trying to use layers. Then I talked to Ian Martin, co-founder of 7Mesh, and he gave me some new ideas. 

Martin also talked to me about the Seton winter jersey that 7Mesh released this fall. Of course, Martin had good things to say about this new option from his company but I haven’t just taken his word. Every time I’ve headed out into terrible weather to test a new shell, the Seton has been quietly in the background as support. Now I’m ready to talk about what this new winter jersey brings to the table and how it’s different. If you are looking for a new strategy to stay warm, keep reading to see if the 7Mesh Seton is the solution you’ve been waiting for. 

7Mesh Seton jersey rear view

That little logo is the only spot of reflectivity, if you need more visibility go for the bright yellow colour option (Image credit: Josh Ross)

Design and aesthetics 

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