7mesh’s Anything System creates new way to carry equipment

For Spring 2020, 7mesh has introduced the Anything System, a new way to carry equipment and supplies on jerseys, bibs, and shorts.

The system is featured on a wide range of tops and bottoms, offering a modular system of pockets to stow ride essentials and larger items with security and organisation.

The Anything Panel provides jerseys with five floating rear pockets that hold their shape without sagging or compromising fit. This ‘untraditional’ approach to traditional pocket execution is constructed from a stretch woven fabric and floats freely from the jersey, allowing for maximum pocket capacity without compromising shape or fit when loaded.

Along with three traditional top-entry pockets, the Anything Panel also features two zippered side-entry pockets which run the full width of the panel. These are arranged in a 70/30 split to secure everything from phones and valuables in the smaller pocket to items of clothing in the larger.

New MK3 and WK3 Cargo Bib Shorts expand the range of carry options with easy access leg pockets for essentials, and integrated rear pockets which can be used in place of jersey storage to allow for non-traditional cycling jerseys or to add to the cargo capacity of frame bags.

On the trails, MTB and gravel riders can expand their carrying capacity using front pockets and 7mesh signature phone pockets on the thigh of Glidepath Shorts and cargo pockets on the new Foundation Bib Short liner.

The new Anything Panel also gave the designers at 7mesh the opportunity to rethink reflectivity and visibility while adding visual interest to the jerseys. The panel is sublimated with a gradient graphic which is unique to each colour and style, then printed with a full light-activated reflective treatment which reboots conventional ideas of visibility.

Last month, 7mesh released its new Spring 2020 clothing line. Visit www.7mesh.com to see the complete collection.


Hayley Everett

Multimedia Reporter

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