7mesh has launched new MK3 bibshorts and MK3 shorts for spring 2019.
The products are the newest example of the brand’s iteration approach, with “every aspect of the loved and lauded MK2 evolved to create shorts which are measurably improved in fit, function, and durability”.
The new body fabric is more compressive, without sacrificing moisture wicking, ventilation or breathability, 7mesh has said. The short features a gripper printed onto the leg opening, finished with a ‘clean and simple’ 7mesh raw edge hem for a “neater, more streamlined profile”. The MK3 also has added resistance to wear and tear from ‘abrasive’ saddle covers and Velcro saddlebag fasteners.
The shorts also have custom Elastic Interface chamois which has a new HCS (Hybrid Cell System) construction and a new air-permeable topsheet. The chamois is mounted to the short using 7mesh’s Clean Finish construction. Like the MK2, the MK3 bibshorts feature long-stretch bib straps for support without shoulder fatigue. The MK3 shorts also have a new waistband construction.
7mesh added: “The new 7mesh MK3s represent iteration in action, the state of the 7mesh art, and the new benchmark for do-everything cycling performance.”