The Deluge is our ultralight, packable, waterproof/breathable rain layer. Stuff it in your backpack for day rides, or use it as a backup waterproof layer on longer ADV trips. It works on the bike or around camp, and neatly stashes in its own pocket for storage.
The Deluge is a perfect ‘Oh Sh*t’ overpant when you’re riding in non-waterproof pants and the weather turns wet. It packs small enough to live full-time in a backpack or tailbag; it’s so small and light that you’ll forget it’s there until you need it. It has a hanging inside stuff pocket, and expandable leg openings to easily fit over your moto boots. It’s reinforced with heavy duty eVent Expedition fabric around the calf and knee, to protect against friction and heat.
What distinguishes the Deluge from the thousands of cheapo rain suits available in every sporting goods store? It’s all in the materials. The Deluge’s main body is an eVent Alpine 3-Layer fabric with direct-venting. It's rated at 20,000mm on the water column (67 feet of pressure), 20,000 g/m/d MVTR, and 0.1cfm air permeability. When you put it on, you’ll feel the difference.
*Model is 1.9m, 84kg, and wearing a size M overpant
I like how easy it is to pack, then pull out and on-over my other riding equipment. Bonus the jacket works great as a rain jacket even when not riding.
The product is well made. The pants fit over my riding gear and the coat fits into my riding coat. I’ve been in mild rain and nothing leaked! Haven’t had it in heavy rain, but I’m confident it will perform well
Easy to pack away on the bike
Sofar i only testes the pants using my regular bike. And it keeps you dry. The price is on the high side, and as im not sure yet if the materials are capable of witstanding impact of a rock or smtg, im not sure yet if this is a good investment. But im planning to find out in the comming weeks