When it is over 95 degrees it is proven to be cooler with gear on. Not mesh gear.
[HERE] is an article that defends your point.
It reads, in part, ...
In a sort of reverse wind chill, when the air temperature is higher than the skin temperature, you will see the opposite effect. As you travel at high speeds in high heat, the amount of heat entering the body through convection drastically increases. One might think that wearing more clothes in such heat would be a bad idea, but the opposite is true. The amount of heat that has to be lost through evaporation, or sweat, also must increase.
- Domingo Chang