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C
C.D.
Awesome product as always!

Grate wind and water protection!

J
J.E.F.T.
Rak Overpant

Me parece un producto de primera calidad, aún no lo he podido probar a fondo pero espero poder hacerlo en breve.
Sigo sin entender porque no hay cinturón en la web para Europa.
Ya que lo necesito para este pantalón y no hay, y el día que lo compre, seguramente pagaré de portes, lo mismo que vale el cinturón, o sea que el cinturón me costará prácticamente el doble.

J
J.F.
Rak 32T

Alright buckle up, Mosko Moto Rak Overpant - 32 Tall:

I can't like these pants for a number of reasons. It's a bit complicated because I think they're high quality, even overengineered in some ways, but then they've missed the boat on other design aspects that make me wonder who these pants are really meant for.

Fit-wise I will say I knew they were probably not quite going to fit me before I ordered them. My dimensions are 35" inseam, 30.5" around belly button, 34" at widest point on my hips. I've attached a photo trying to show how much extra room is available in the waist with the buttons at their normal position (non scrunched). I'm skinny, and it's not the manufacturers fault that I am shaped special unlike the "grown men" (fat dudes) reviewing basilisk pants seem to believe. I am used to compromising between waist and inseam so that one of the dimensions is true to me. The mysterious thing about these pants is that the 32T is 31-33waist by 32-33 inseam. 32x32 being billed as tall is just strange to me, but obviously I bought them and hoped it would work out. I attached a photo of the size difference with Klim Dakar 30T (30x34 advertised) pants underneath, and you can see it's pretty drastically different. Functionally it would probably be okay in conjunction with a tall WP boot, but not exactly the kind of coverage I'd want when I don rain gear. In short, these pants are a tough compromise if you're a tall skinny like me. Mosko is not at fault for my lankyness, but it's strange to me that the dimensions for a 32T are basically 32x32.

Build quality is where these things shine, but also confuse me a bit. These pants will definitely melt, which shouldn't surprise anyone given the materials used. Not pictured, but I managed to hook the pant cuff up and over my brake reservoir guard and it dipped onto the exhaust on my triumph. Tiny little melted hole on the cuff and totally not a big deal, but enough to cancel any plans I had for wearing them riding my dirt bike with the heat-shield-less megabomb header. They would not survive the ordeal. A good heat shield might preserve them; I haven't tested it so I can't comment, but you need to think about this if you're planning to rock these pants on your enduro bike with the big exposed headpipe.

Those are my principal gripes. Now my principal hypes:

These pants look cool. I love the color, and the execution seems to be quality. The hardware (zippers, zipper pulls, buttons) is all tops. The choice of eVent instead of gore-tex is a good move. There is attention to detail in the waterproofing in places where it probably wouldn't even matter, like the belt loop stitching, but they did it anyway. It probably beefs up the strength and longevity of the stitching also, but either way pretty nice. They are minimal in the ways that make sense for what is essentially a rain pant, even if they are a very expensive rain pant. One big useful front/side pocket with a WP zipper inside of the flap closure. The velcro securing the pocket flap and ankle zips seems slightly higher quality than the stuff you're used to that tends to get really fuzzy over time. The waist button closure has two positions and in conjunction with the elastic section at the 6 o'clock position on the waistband you have some latitude for adjustment. Also, belt loops! The oft-overlooked humble belt loop is a worthwhile addition to pants like this. The inside of the waistband is also lined with a very soft fleecey microfiber material.

In regards to packability these pants are neither ultralight or ultra packable, nor are they advertised as such, but it's worth mentioning. I attached a super scientific photo for this and the bundle was achieved by just rolling them up and then folding the roll in half. You could use a compression sack to get it smaller for sure. I did not weigh them.

Are these pants good value? You be the judge. For me, they are not. Even if they were sized perfectly for me, I struggle to categorize these pants. Put leather on the inner leg and they cease to be just rain pants. Leave them as they are and I think they are luxuriously priced rain pants lacking in meaningful advantage over cheaper stuff. I feel like these pants are not burly enough or cheap enough to justify themselves as an outside layer to be used in anger. Compared to zip in liners, which I hate, you have the convenience of quick on quick off, but is the result worth $330? I do not personally think so. These would be returned if I could return them.

I hope this has been informative in some way if anyone cares to read all that. Buying gear on the internet can be tough and reviews are not typically helpful in my experience.
Post Script disclaimer: I love Mosko gear. I have other mosko stuff that I love unconditionally and these pants happened to be a no go in my personal opinion. They can't all be zingers. Stay gold, Mosko.

-Joshy

l
l.g.
Fantastic piece of apparel

I ride year round and these over pants are an essential tool for layering on cool morning or rainy days. I wear them over my jeans when commuting and over my riding gear when touring. I wear a size 34 jean and bought these in 36. They fit well without being too tight. There are durable and rugged and are well made.

P
P.
Fantastico

Acquistato il completo. Ottimo materiale e vestibilità. Un acquisto davvero azzeccato.. complimenti a tutti i ragazzi di mosko

Rak Overpant

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Bundle & Save: Save 25% when you pair a Rak Overpant with a Rak Pullover or Deluge Jacket.  // *Discount automatically applied at checkout

The Rak Overpant adds rugged weather protection to any backcountry riding kit. Motorcycling is the only sport we know of where people wear rain gear even when it’s not wet, despite the obvious heat and comfort challenges that presents. With the Rak Overpant you can tour in whichever non-waterproof riding pant you choose, and still have total confidence in foul weather. Full-length side zips allow you to easily throw the Rak over moto boots, while double layer reinforcements in the knees and seat add durability in high wear areas. Combine the Rak with the Woodsman (or any comfortable trail pant) for a durable layering system in every kind of weather.

The best way to expand the bookends of tolerable riding conditions is through layering. An RTW touring kit should be comfortable in blistering desert heat, and also freezing rain and snowy passes, because you’ll probably encounter all of that. Side-zip moto overpants have always existed (mostly for commuters), but for us the idea actually started with backcountry hunting gear. Backcountry hunters don’t like waterproof pants because they’re noisy, so when the rain stops, their rain pants come off. That same concept applies to offroad and ADV, except for us the issue is comfort rather than noise. When it’s not raining – like in the desert for example - why are we still wearing waterproof gear? With the Rak Overpant you can choose whatever all-day riding pant you want – whether mesh, soft shell, or a classic dirt bike pant, in-boot or over-boot – and still have reliable protection in rain or snow.

The Rak Overpant features a durable 3-layer nylon eVent DV Expedition shell fabric for the pinnacle of waterproof/breathable and windproof protection. Watertight, full length YKK VISLON® AquaGuard® zippers keep water out, while making the Rak super easy to get on over moto boots. There’s a single zippered cargo pocket on the thigh, to keep your necessities close at hand when you’re off the bike, and belt loops to keep your pants up (check out our Autotomous Belt).

*model is 6ft tall, 175lbs, and wearing a size 32 pant.

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Features
  • eVent Expedition 3-layer fabric with Direct Venting™ breathable waterproof technology
  • 30k/10k with 0.06 cfm air permeability
  • Double layer fabric reinforcement panels on knees and seat
  • Articulated knees
  • Fully seam taped construction with 20mm seam taping
  • Reflective logos
  • Zip closure cargo pocket
  • Full length side zips
  • Over-boot, over-armor fit
  • YKK waterproof VISLON® AquaGuard® zippers
  • Model is 6ft tall, 175lbs, and wearing a size 32 pant
  • Weight of garment: 1.92lbs (size 34)
Materials
  • High performance DWR (Durable Water Repellent) materials
  • 3L eVent Expedition 3-layer fabric with Direct Venting™ breathable waterproof technology
  • 100% Nylon 70d x 160d face fabric, with 20d nylon tricot backer, 219g/sqm.
  • AX suede® synthetic suede waistband lining
  • YKK waterproof VISLON® AquaGuard® zippers
  • C6 DWR (Durable Water Repellency)

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Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
91%
(20)
0%
(0)
5%
(1)
0%
(0)
5%
(1)
C
C.D.
Awesome product as always!

Grate wind and water protection!

J
J.E.F.T.
Rak Overpant

Me parece un producto de primera calidad, aún no lo he podido probar a fondo pero espero poder hacerlo en breve.
Sigo sin entender porque no hay cinturón en la web para Europa.
Ya que lo necesito para este pantalón y no hay, y el día que lo compre, seguramente pagaré de portes, lo mismo que vale el cinturón, o sea que el cinturón me costará prácticamente el doble.

J
J.F.
Rak 32T

Alright buckle up, Mosko Moto Rak Overpant - 32 Tall:

I can't like these pants for a number of reasons. It's a bit complicated because I think they're high quality, even overengineered in some ways, but then they've missed the boat on other design aspects that make me wonder who these pants are really meant for.

Fit-wise I will say I knew they were probably not quite going to fit me before I ordered them. My dimensions are 35" inseam, 30.5" around belly button, 34" at widest point on my hips. I've attached a photo trying to show how much extra room is available in the waist with the buttons at their normal position (non scrunched). I'm skinny, and it's not the manufacturers fault that I am shaped special unlike the "grown men" (fat dudes) reviewing basilisk pants seem to believe. I am used to compromising between waist and inseam so that one of the dimensions is true to me. The mysterious thing about these pants is that the 32T is 31-33waist by 32-33 inseam. 32x32 being billed as tall is just strange to me, but obviously I bought them and hoped it would work out. I attached a photo of the size difference with Klim Dakar 30T (30x34 advertised) pants underneath, and you can see it's pretty drastically different. Functionally it would probably be okay in conjunction with a tall WP boot, but not exactly the kind of coverage I'd want when I don rain gear. In short, these pants are a tough compromise if you're a tall skinny like me. Mosko is not at fault for my lankyness, but it's strange to me that the dimensions for a 32T are basically 32x32.

Build quality is where these things shine, but also confuse me a bit. These pants will definitely melt, which shouldn't surprise anyone given the materials used. Not pictured, but I managed to hook the pant cuff up and over my brake reservoir guard and it dipped onto the exhaust on my triumph. Tiny little melted hole on the cuff and totally not a big deal, but enough to cancel any plans I had for wearing them riding my dirt bike with the heat-shield-less megabomb header. They would not survive the ordeal. A good heat shield might preserve them; I haven't tested it so I can't comment, but you need to think about this if you're planning to rock these pants on your enduro bike with the big exposed headpipe.

Those are my principal gripes. Now my principal hypes:

These pants look cool. I love the color, and the execution seems to be quality. The hardware (zippers, zipper pulls, buttons) is all tops. The choice of eVent instead of gore-tex is a good move. There is attention to detail in the waterproofing in places where it probably wouldn't even matter, like the belt loop stitching, but they did it anyway. It probably beefs up the strength and longevity of the stitching also, but either way pretty nice. They are minimal in the ways that make sense for what is essentially a rain pant, even if they are a very expensive rain pant. One big useful front/side pocket with a WP zipper inside of the flap closure. The velcro securing the pocket flap and ankle zips seems slightly higher quality than the stuff you're used to that tends to get really fuzzy over time. The waist button closure has two positions and in conjunction with the elastic section at the 6 o'clock position on the waistband you have some latitude for adjustment. Also, belt loops! The oft-overlooked humble belt loop is a worthwhile addition to pants like this. The inside of the waistband is also lined with a very soft fleecey microfiber material.

In regards to packability these pants are neither ultralight or ultra packable, nor are they advertised as such, but it's worth mentioning. I attached a super scientific photo for this and the bundle was achieved by just rolling them up and then folding the roll in half. You could use a compression sack to get it smaller for sure. I did not weigh them.

Are these pants good value? You be the judge. For me, they are not. Even if they were sized perfectly for me, I struggle to categorize these pants. Put leather on the inner leg and they cease to be just rain pants. Leave them as they are and I think they are luxuriously priced rain pants lacking in meaningful advantage over cheaper stuff. I feel like these pants are not burly enough or cheap enough to justify themselves as an outside layer to be used in anger. Compared to zip in liners, which I hate, you have the convenience of quick on quick off, but is the result worth $330? I do not personally think so. These would be returned if I could return them.

I hope this has been informative in some way if anyone cares to read all that. Buying gear on the internet can be tough and reviews are not typically helpful in my experience.
Post Script disclaimer: I love Mosko gear. I have other mosko stuff that I love unconditionally and these pants happened to be a no go in my personal opinion. They can't all be zingers. Stay gold, Mosko.

-Joshy

l
l.g.
Fantastic piece of apparel

I ride year round and these over pants are an essential tool for layering on cool morning or rainy days. I wear them over my jeans when commuting and over my riding gear when touring. I wear a size 34 jean and bought these in 36. They fit well without being too tight. There are durable and rugged and are well made.

P
P.
Fantastico

Acquistato il completo. Ottimo materiale e vestibilità. Un acquisto davvero azzeccato.. complimenti a tutti i ragazzi di mosko

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