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Spidi Net 7 Mesh Jacket
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Spidi Net 7 Mesh Jacket

A mesh jacket born from a careful study on the needs of the modern bikers, ideal for use with naked bikes, which is inspired in design and color combinations. Made of polyester 600 with a high abrasion resistance, is characterized by large 290gr/mq mesh areas. Inside features a mesh lining to wick sweat away.


  • Polyester 600 outer fabric
  • Made with a 290gr/mq polyammide mesh 
  • Comes with WindOut removable liner
  • CE Force Tech protectors at shoulders and elbows
  • Ready for back protector Lev.1 (sold separately)
  • Volume adjusters on the hips and sleeves
  • 2 external pockets
  • 1 inside pocket
  • Fiocchi® buttons
  • YKK® central zip
  • Reflective inserts for night visibility
  • Clip for attaching to casual pants
  • Internal waterproof Rain Chest and Thermo Liner can be purchased separately as part of the Step-in-Clothing system
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Spidi Net 7 Mesh Jacket 4.4 5 7 7
Strange sizing/features I have been buying jackets left and right (and taking full advantage of RevZilla's liberal return policy) to try to find THE summer riding jacket. I had high hopes for the Net 7, but was a little disappointed. A few things: This is one of those jackets where it seems you're paying a bunch extra for a zip-out windbreaker. However, if you zip out the windbreaker, there is no light, sweat-absorbing inner layer; the only thing between your skin and the outside is the mesh, and boy, does that seem light/flimsy. I have no doubt it would flow a bunch of air, but I can't help but think that there would no protection at all in the non-fabric areas. The fit is a little strange. I'm 6'0", 170 lbs., 38-inch chest, and ordered the medium. The jacket fit very well in the shoulders and chest -- just snug enough. However, I don't have a particularly long torso or arms, and I don't wear my pants low, but the jacket seemed *very* short (barely touching the top of my belt), and the sleeves were too short by 1"-2" as well. All in all, if what you want is a mesh jacket, it seems like there are much better options in the near-$300 price range. August 12, 2015
athletic cut jacket, works for tall proportions. RevZilla staff guided me to a replacement jacket for my aging and ugly First Gear Mesh in L tall. I am 6'3" 205 lbs with 37 inch arms, 44 chest and 37 waist. Needed a jacket with longer sleeves, but athletic cut as most American cut jackets balloon on me. I wear a 36/37 sleave dress shirt with an athletic cut to get the right proportions. The Spidi Net 7 is a great fit. Wearing it over a dress shirt leaves enough room for a thermal layer if needed for cooler weather, but not so much as to bother me when riding. my Speed Triple offers no wind protection and the Spidi does well at not flapping around and allowing lots of air. Gripes are small on this jacket, but annoyed that there isn't better pockets. A inner chest pocket would be very nice to store wallet or even one of the quick access chest pockets that can be accessed with the jacket zipped. Added the Klim D3O Viper T5 Pro Back Protector and it works great. Hasn't been hot enough to determine if it will create a noticeable are of perspiration, but feels light and should help dramatically in a fall. It does require 20 minutes of opening the little air slots with a sharp knife, but definitely worth the time. August 11, 2014
Great urban jacket Need to start with mention, that I'm a girl and actually my rate is based on the long story of choosing one and only textile summer jacket. I'm 178 cm (5'10") and bit athletic, mainly in shoulders. So it was very hard to find stylish, elegant, but without girly stuff like flowers or butteflies, jacket. This jacket fits perfect, I like design and agressive style, windproof layer is also a great addon. But the best thing of it, that even with full protection I can easely wear it as common jacket - when zip is open people around don't always realise that I've come on bike. I'm wearing M size, but for other men's jackets from Dainese, Alpinestars, etc. I try S size, So, I think guys should defenitely take the size larger. April 14, 2014
Zipper is backwards Overall I like this jacket. I've had it for a couple months now, about 7k miles of use and its held up well so far. The air flow is good when moving other than the forearms. Don't know why maybe its my bike but I get very little air moving on my lower arms, to the point where sweat will drip from my wrist after spending much time under 30mph. All the rest of the jacket flows good and this is East Tx, 95* at 95% humidity... My only complaint is that the main zipper is backwards, like on a woman's jacket where the zipper itself stays on your right (if your wearing it). Didn't think it would bother me that much but after this long I still fumble with it a lot. August 28, 2013
Great air flow, order one or two sizes larger Nice jacket - I wanted an alternative to my Spidi T2 leather jacket for hot summer weather here in east TN; this works perfectly. Sacrifice some protection obviously - leather vs. textile. I added the Spidi back pad for additional protection and the jacket works great - I was actually cool the other (August) night slightly after dark. I'm 6'2 and 198 lbs. Normally wear a 43 long or 44 long suit coat and settled on the XXL as the XL was just a little skimpy. Never bought an XXL anything before as "up-sizing" for me was normally to an XL or if available, XL long for the euro-sized stuff. August 26, 2013
Great Jacket for warm weather. I really like this jacket. It breathes really well, even if you're moving a little bit in traffic. I love the look of the grey/black one as well. The liner works really well for when it gets a bit colder too. I would have liked to have a back protector included but I was able to take one out of another jacket I don't use anymore. August 20, 2012
European styling, fit, and a solid warm weather jacket. Coming from Joe Rocket, Cortech/Tourmaster, and AGV Sport protective gear, I can say I'm honestly impressed with the offerings from SPIDI. Their garments are generally sized for the European market, so typically its safer to order one size up. I normally wear a medium, but a large SPIDI Net 7 fit me perfectly. Styling and fit wise, its a good looking jacket. I got a good number of compliments and it could pass as a casual jacket if you removed some of the armor. The jacket fits nicely and very easy to move in, basically not as stiff as textiles used in other jackets. The wrist areas use zippers and a snap enclosure, and people with large wrists may have a problem closing them completely. Protection wise, it comes with CE rated elbow and shoulder pads. The jacket has a pocket for an optional back protector they sell, but a back protector from another jacket can generally fit in it. It does come with belt loops to secure it to your pants, but no attachment zipper in the rear for any riding pants. The jacket is a combination of textile and mesh, with the textile used in the impact areas. Quality wise, it's just excellent. Everything on the jacket seems well sorted out. Zippers are solid and there are no loose threads anywhere. Material quality is excellent as well. I honestly couldn't find any faults with the quality of this jacket. Performance wise, airflow is great. The mesh panels are large and flow really well. I wore this in 80 degree weather and was adequately cooled. I went with the gray/black version to help with sitting in the sun (all black looks cool, until you're the one cooking on a hot summer day). The jacket comes with a windproof liner so it can be used into the cooler climates as well. I can't say enough good things about this jacket. It's easily going to be the jacket I wear most often in warm weather. Its also the most I've spent on a jacket - but unlike some other things I've bought, I have no regrets and its well worth the price. Way to go SPIDI. June 29, 2012
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Xi C: style and lightweight protection Jun 5, 2015
Paul G: One of the few jackets that fit my tall, skinny body... for hot weather riding. Nov 3, 2013
Michael C asked: I like this jacket but the large is out of stock. However I am 5'7 and 150 lbs. Do you think a med would fit? Aug 27, 2013
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Ryan D: I am 5'7", 140lbs and medium fits great. I tighten the hip adjustments a little, so you're good to go. Aug 29, 2013
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Monte Q: I'm 5'10 and 160lbs and am wearing large and here are my thoughts:
The chest and shoulder area is great
I have the abdominal area set to the smallest area
The sleeves are bordering on almost too short
The length is also a bit shorter than I thought it would be as it comes to my belt line when standing.

Overall impression: at 5'10/160lbs with a slim athletic build the size large is bordering on too small, after wearing it for a couple of weeks now I think an XL may have been worth trying.

Good luck
Aug 28, 2013
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George K: Michael,

I've got an XL which fits well (arguably a tiny bit too big but I ride without any of the liners as I live in the Caribbean).

I'm 6' and 185 lbs, so couldn't give you an informed opinion on the large or the medium but given your sizing you might be OK with the medium.

Not sure how much this will help you but the jacket is fantastic.

Aug 28, 2013
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Mark D: I would imagine so. I'm 6'2" 185# and the large fits me right, its a little snug in the shoulders but I have that problem with most jackets. Aug 28, 2013
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Benjamin K: I am 5'10" and 180 lbs. My Spidi is a Large and it fits perfectly. I think you'll be ok with a Med. Aug 28, 2013
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charles q: I am in the Micronesian islands at present and will be back home in three weeks time . I can only give you a proper answer then . In the meantime I must say that as a summer to autumn jacket it is awesome . Not sure what size I bought . It fits perfectly . I then bought a thermo linner which made the jacket nice and warm but too tight . I did a five day trip covering 3000 kilometers on my Diavel ,starting in the early morning with temp around 12 degrees Celsius to miday temp of around 28 . The thin liner( not the thermo as I did not have it for that ride ) could easily be removed and stached in the back pocket of the jacket to give the airflow needed for the hot days riding . Regards Charles Aug 29, 2013
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A S asked: How good is it for the cold? How does the back protector add on work, does it insert in some back slot or must it be worn under? Jan 31, 2015
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Michael L: Well, it is a mesh jacket; I wouldn’t wear this jacket during the cold weather months. Still, it does have a wind breaker type of liner that works well.

I wore the jacket 24/7 during a 10 day, 5000 mile ride last summer (August) around the Western U.S.

I would put in the liner during the cooler morning and evening temps and I was very comfortable. I will say however, that the temps were very warm for most of the ride. When the temps reached into the triple digits, the liner was out of course and I wore a cooling vest under the SPIDI. This is a mesh jacket; it worked EXTREMELY well with a cooling vest; I stayed very comfortable.

There is an insert for the back protector. I went with a SPIDI Warrior Comp 510 Back protector. Awesome protection – can’t even tell it’s there.

I love the cut and design – I received many compliments on the jacket.

I would say this is definitely a summer jacket. I hope that helps.
Jan 31, 2015
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Timothy D: Not very good for the cold, the wind breaker helps alot but there isn't any insulation. I wouldn't wear it by itself under 60deg. The back protector slips in a pouch that goes in the inside of the jacket between some mesh. Jan 31, 2015
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A shopper asked: What is the sleeve length (shoulder to wrist) on the large and extra-large sizes? Apr 28, 2013
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Kapop: I have a large Vandal. The sleeves have a slight curve in them but the measurement should be about 26". Apr 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: It would be very intuitive and convenient for your customers if on the same page as a given product, you had any available add-ons "step-throughs", etc. included with side bar. RevZilla advertises other similar products on sidebars I see, but no add-on specific, at least that I saw anywhere on the same page.
Just my humble suggestion. But if someone would be so kind, I'd like a link or product number for that back insert and liner for the Spidi Net 7, and associated prices. Thanks.
Mar 7, 2012
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RevZilla: The liner that you will be able to use with the Spidi Spidi Net 7 Mesh Jacket is the H2OUT Waterproof Jacket Liner that retails for $69.95. Thank you for the suggestion, we will make sure to forward iton to management. May 2, 2012
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A S: Where can I find the back protector for this jacket? Jan 31, 2015

Spidi Men's Mesh Jacket Sizing

Size Chest (cm) Overall Height (cm)
XS 82-88 161-173
SM 88-94 164-176
MD 94-100 167-179
LG 100-106 170-182
XL 106-112 173-185
2XL 112-118 176-188
3XL 118-124 179-191
4XL 124-130 179-191
5XL 130-136 179-191
6XL 136-142 179-191

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 2XL 816973 NT163-026-2X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL 816974 NT163-026-3X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 816971 NT163-026-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 816970 NT163-026-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 816972 NT163-026-X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey/Black / 2XL 816978 NT163-010-2X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey/Black / 3XL 816979 NT163-010-3X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey/Black / LG 816976 NT163-010-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey/Black / MD 816975 NT163-010-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey/Black / XL 816977 NT163-010-X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours