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As New Englanders, we have come to believe in the basic principle of layering and the natural benefits of wool in all our winter riding apparel. These socks, from our friends at Save Our Soles, are made from soft merino wool, which is warm, wicking and odor-resistant, three essential elements for cold-weather riding gear. Of course, we wear them in...
This is what you get when you have the opportunity to sit down with the kit maker and pour over every detail of your jersey's construction. We chose a light mesh fabric for front and rear, great for summer riding and breathable for cold season layering, with a denser fabric at shoulder and side panel to give a subtle wind resistance. The cut is somewhere...
In the bike industry, the black t-shirt is something of a staple. Ours is butter-soft, combed cotton, made in the USA like your favorite bike. The style is understated with Seven logo front that matches our downtube decals, and small rear logo. This shirt has become the uniform of choice for Seven's busy bike builders and statement of support for Seven...
Another collaboration with our favorite kit maker. The Seven Club Bib Short features a four-zone chamois for adaptive, anatomical fit. The pad is antibacterial and moisture wicking to keep you dry and comfortable for as long as you want to push the pedals. Light mesh shoulder straps breathe without adding weight, and wide leg grippers keep warmers where...
Constructed of breathable Microfiber fabric, this lightweight jersey will keep you cool and comfortable whether you're going out for a casual spin or throwing down during the Lunchtime World Championships.Originally $125, on sale for $99.
Helmet hair is a serious issue, and off-bike style counts. You have to look fast to go fast, right? Our solution: a stout 100% cotton, canvas cap in classic Seven style, with black-on-black logo, side vents and adjustable rear. This one looks good at the coffee shop, on fishing trips, at the grocery store, or even at a (pro mountain biker's) wedding.