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The Rak Pullover is another exercise in our “less is more” approach to ADV. Our thinking remains that the jacket that accomplishes its mission with the least features, is best. Less to break, less to go wrong, less places for water to get in, and therefore more functional. The result is a lighter, nimbler, and more breathable shell. It strikes a perfect balance between the Deluge’s ultralight packability and the Basilisk’s rugged durability, all with a clean, minimalist silhouette. The Rak – which comes from ‘Anorak’ - is the ultimate in simplicity. It keeps you dry in all-day driving rain, it packs away small when it’s not in use, and it’s built to last.
We wanted a light, durable, waterproof 3-layer outer shell that’s ‘too simple to fail.’ We wanted it to be just as waterproof in the third year of an RTW trip as it was on day one. This quest led us to offshore sailing, ocean paddling, and mountaineering jackets, and then eventually to anoraks, which offer the ultimate in water and wind resistance. On a bike – especially an enduro without a windscreen – we take all the wind and water straight to the face. When you’re riding into a firehose, every ridge, wrinkle, zipper, pocket, and seam is a source of weakness. We stripped away as many of those as possible in the Rak, while still preserving the core functionality we need both on and off the bike (like hand pockets, for example).
The Rak features a pullover anorak-style entry with quarter zip design, two hand pockets, one chest pocket, adjustable Velcro cuffs, and Cohaesive® embedded cord-locks at the hem and collar to help seal out the weather. The 3L eVent waterproof breathable material keeps you dry and comfortable with Direct Venting™ technology. For the ultimate in airflow and venting, take off the Rak, roll it up, and stash it on the back of the bike. It packs tiny, and features a lashing loop on the upper back so you can strap it directly to your bike or luggage when it’s not in use.
*model is 1.8m tall, 79kg, and wearing a size Medium jacket over armor.
Ethically produced in Bangladesh
I first saw the Rak advertised and thought “I can do it for cheaper” and tried… For years I have thought a tough pullover overtop my pressure suit would be excellent. But nothing worked. Too fragile, the zippers too weak, the features were all wrong.
I finally gave in and got the Rak. And you know what??? It’s PERFECT.
When I was a mountain climber/guide my favorite go to jacket was an ARC’TERYX anorak. Light, tough, minimal seams, zippers and dodads to break. The Mosko Moto Rak jacket is exactly like that, but tougher. This is my mew Go To light ADV jacket where space and weight matters. Sized roomy, so don’t overthink your size with your armor on.
I really enjoy all of the Mosko gear. This again does not let me down. The gear is heavy and you can see the detail and quality in material and workmanship.
You guys do a fantastic job
The Rak pullover exceeded all my high expectations of the Mosko Moto brand!
I also purchased the Rak pants that really show the attention to detail that only serious and very meticulous rider would put into the design process. There should be more than 5 stars for all Mosko Moto’s products! I’ve also purchased the reckless 80 and nomad tank bag, excellent quality! I can’t wait for Mosko Moto to make a moto tent! I’m ALL in!!!
I haven't bought this. But I'm astounded that a pullover rain jacket that's not even Goretex and is made in Bangladesh would cost $350. And even more astounded that people are buying it for that price. Well done Mosko Moto! :-)