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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.
Ethically produced in Bangladesh
A very good product. Strong material, sippers seam to be unbreakable and a good cut.
I’ve been chasing the light duty mx jacket Unicorn for a few years now. With my armour on, the classic jacket is either too small or way too large. I’ve purchased about 4 jackets on-line and sold them all. None of them have fit well or even to the point that I’d want to wear them. The RAK sale come on........I’ve been buying Mosko gear since they started selling, but this is my first piece of clothing. I”m 6ft 1 and a bit on a good day and weigh in at 210pounds muscular build. Soon as i threw my RAK jacket on, it just fit perfect. Great arm movement, no binding, no weird neck rubbing on the collar. And finally an XL jacket that actually fits me!!!!! Looking forward to see how it stands up to my abuse on the mx when the snow melts here. One of the best outdoor jackets i’ve seen and I own some high end backcountry hiking gear. Highly recommend how this jacket is made and fits.
I also bought the size 40 pants. Also very well made. Probably a size too big for my butt and armour, but didn’t want to deal with the return and better on the bigger side than the smaller side. Won’t matter how many layers i have on, these pants will fit overtop and keep me dry.
First impressions, I love it. I'm a massive fan of layering. The ski industry solved the clothing issue with layering for harsh environments years ago, I'm so happy that Mosko Moto is following the same path by designing minimalist & efficient gear that can hold up to the poundings of on and off road motorcycling.
I bought the rak jacket and pants (size Lg jacket and 34 pant. I'm 6'1 185lbs) for the hot California desert not so much the rain that it's marketed for) the pants with the full zippers on the sides are awesome. I can easily get in and out of them even with my alpinestars tech 7 boots. I wear MX motorcycle pants underneath and plan on taking the Raks off when it starts to hit triple digits. But I like the added protection when I'm riding from the desert back home on the street.
The only negative I have with the pants is I wish the pant fit a little bit looser on the bottom for bigger motorcycle boots. I think this can be achieved by just adding another inch or so of material where the velcro attaches. They work with my Alpinestars tech 7s but it's a little tight if you velcro them fully closed so I've just been leaving them open and they don't flap around or move I really don't notice it.
I absolutely love the jacket it's comfortable, a cool minimalist design, and easy to get on and off.
I've been using it past few days after New year's and the weather's been in the sixties and it's so nice it blocks the wind beautifully just like a good ski jacket does when ripping down a mountain in the cold wind. It fits perfectly over my Leatt 6.5 chest protector and forcefield elbow pads. I also wore a Merino wool base layer and a motorcycle jersey over the chest protector. I felt so much freer than having say my normal jacket which has the shoulder pads the elbow pads in the jacket. It's not designed to be bomb proof but the construction is very tough and I feel even if I went down in the street it would hold up quite well and of course it's up to you to decide what to wear underneath. That's what I love about it. That being said I bought it primarily for off-road use like for long BDRs.
I'm going to do a full YouTube video on it once I have more time with them both but all in all I'm highly satisfied. I got the bundle deal around Christmas time and it's worth the $$$ this is highly technical stuff that will last a long time and do the right job it's designed for.
Well thought out. Perfect design for rugged use in adverse conditions. Easy on & off.
Just received my rak jacket and the quality seems to be top notch! Love the simplicity of it.