Photos by Jeff Kardas

It’s safe to say that one of the bigger stories of the year came when James Stewart announced the launch of his own gear brand, Seven MX, in the days leading up to the Anaheim I Supercross opener. Sure, Stewart could have signed with just about any major brand and raked in a paycheck, but instead invested money in the start up, partnered with Troy Lee, and proceeded to unveil some of the cleanest designs on the track. There were plenty of trick colorways seen throughout the season and many of Stewart’s sponsors became involved in the product, using the base as a way to tout their own brands. Hopefully a few of these styles makes their way to dealer shelves when Seven MX is launched to the masses…

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