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7mesh’s Flightpath Pants Offer Any Day Coverage and the Cache Anorak Balances Breathability and Protection

7mesh’s Flightpath Pants Offer Any Day Coverage and the Cache Anorak Balances Breathability and Protection

7mesh Flightpath pants, Cache Anorak, SF As summer faded into fall, then early winter, it was great to have 7mesh’s Flightpath pants and Cache anorak…

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7mesh Flightpath pants, Cache Anorak, SF As summer faded into fall, then early winter, it was great to have 7mesh’s Flightpath pants and Cache anorak to ride in. The Flightpath pants turned out to be a great all-purpose option, managing a vast range of temperatures well and offering unrestricted mobility. The Cache anorak also impressed me with its excellent breathability and weather resistance.

I did have one notable issue with the waist adjuster on the Flightpath pants, but aside from that I have nothing negative to say about them. The Cache anorak quickly became a new favorite, as it performed well on-trail, looks great, and offers a perfect fit. Flightpath Pants: Construction

The Flightpath pants are made from a high-tenacity Nylon material with a raised yarn to help resist abrasions. This fabric offers a high level of stretch and good breathability. The Flightpaths are a bit heavier than 7mesh’s Glidepath pants, but they’re still on the cooler side and can be worn through mid-summer temperatures. The legs on the Flightpaths feature an articulated knee stretch panel and taper down around the ankles.

At the waist is an ultra-suede hook and ladder closure with six positions of adjustment. Beneath that is a zippered fly with a single button. I’ve always liked how 7mesh keeps components like waist closures small and lightweight – the tiny buckle on the adjuster goes completely unnoticed on rides.

The Flightpath pants offer two hand pockets and two zippered side pockets. The right side pocket also has an internal […]

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