The Deluge is our ultralight, packable, waterproof/breathable rain layer. It integrates seamlessly into the Basilisk, for added protection in a multi-day storm. Stuff it in your backpack for day rides, or bring new life to an old ADV suit that isn’t as waterproof as it once was. It works on the bike or around camp, and neatly stashes in its own pocket for storage.
When you’re traveling through several days of continual, driving rain, an old ADV trick is to layer two completely waterproof garments: one on the outside to break the water’s speed and momentum, and one on the inside (the Deluge jacket) to complete the seal.
The Deluge also works great as an ‘Oh Sh*t’ jacket for your dirt bike. 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 two hand pockets, a chest pocket, and a removable hood that fits comfortably under your helmet when the weather turns cold and wet.
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, 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.
Really great equipment: leight weight, good designed, very useful...I love it! Just moto mosko! Greetings from Old Europe...
The Jacket and over pants are awesome I wore these to work. I work the flightline at an Air force base. I do a lot of moving around stooping, climbing in and out of vehicles and aircraft. The day I wore them at work it was raining pretty good , these shed the water better then any gear I have used or tried ( I have tried many different brands and these have shown so far to be better hands down) they were easy to move around in, no bulk or stiffness no over heating or sweat, like some of the gear I have used in the past. these roll up small, fit in my work bag. As it does not rain a whole lot here(desert) the day it did rain during a ride I was very satisfied easy movement, and no rain down my neck ,. I have ridden over a million miles in my life to date, I currently own and ride several different types of motorcycle. I think I have finally found a product I really am going to enjoy having. I would recommend this product to anybody serious about their riding Andrew J Harding
I own quite a few bits of Arc’teryx gear, but wanted to support my home region by buying even more of their awesome products, so I had to check out this jacket.
I bought this jacket to replace my very old, Canadian made, Arc’teryx goretex shell. I know that the jacket is older, but this Mosko Deluge jacket seems to be just as good, if not better, than my old Arc’teryx shell. I seriously dig their use of the stretch materials on the hood and the drawstrings push buttons on the bottom of the jacket. Everything seems to be very well thought out. Mosko support is good as always and is better than when I have to deal with Arc’teryx for my other stuff for sure.
Supporting your local businesses and buying gear that is just as good, if not better, than the leading outdoors brand is wonderful.
Thanks for making more things for me to buy!
Fit and finish is excellent! I'm sure this will give years of great service. Slightly more robust than a cheaper packable rain jacket that I have. I believe it will be much more durable. Great kit, I highly recommend it!
My new Deluge Jacket came in the mail at the perfect time. We had a torrential downpour at our house where our window wells were filling with water. I pulled out the new jacket and it worked perfectly. No wetness inside, nor did I get any sweating moisture. The jacket has a hood that really fits nicely around the face and bill of the hood is the perfect size, just enough to shed water, but not so big it gets in the way. The fit was just true to size and really is comfortable to wear. I like how the pocket is reversible and becomes a bag for the jacket to stow. There are only two changes I’d like to see… first it would be nice if the hood would just roll up into the collar instead of zipping off, but this is not a biggie. However, the phone pocket is a little small, my iPhone XR with a small case will not fit in the pocket. If I take the case off, it barely fits. I’m sure this is just the issue of designing and manufacturing a product long before the phones started getting bigger. Overall, I give the Deluge a enthusiastic two thumbs up and it's my go to jacket on and off the bike.