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Based on 73 reviews
78%
(57)
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4%
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B.
Being Critical

Purchased the matching set of Basilisk jacket and pant about a week ago. Upon arrival you could tell Mosko Moto means business. Beautifully packaged, and the quality of the apparel construction is top notch. I specifically chose this set up because of my desire to run my own armor underneath. Reading reviews it seemed this was a perfect set up. I've found out three things after trying just the pants today. With my Pod K4 knee braces underneath the pants are on the very tight side. Almost to the point I can't pull them up and over. I also run a set of 5.5 Leatt motocross style boots. Pants barely.... fit over these. I run a size 32 just for reference. The only other gripe I have is the fact that after one ride these pants have destroyed my tank and surrounding plastics. To me not a huge deal cause I bought the bike to ride and wreck lol. For those who need to maintain a certain level of asthetics you might want to find a buffer to place between pant leg and motorcycle. Hope this review can provide potential customers with some knowledge they seek. Once I put the jacket through it's paces I'll update review. And maybe get some more pictures of pant tightness. But thanks mosko for a great product. Can't wait for your 2 pocket 35L luggage to come back in stock. Quality gear, you get what you pay for!

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f.g.
unbelievable service et communication

i had a hard time getting the right size of pants but the customer service answer all my question and made the followup, thanks guys i highly recommended

R
R.
Too tight for the junk...!!

Sadly I had to return both the 36 and the 34 size. I tried the 36 and they were too big in the waist. So I returned them and got the 34 size. The 34 size fit me really strange. They fit in the waist but were just a bit tight in the seat (as I'm admittedly a bit plump buddunkahdonk 2 Live Crew in the posterior) but what's the deal with the crotch area? It's friggin' tight man...!! Most of your customers are grown men, not little boys you know what I'm sayin' ? And the legs were a little funky while putting on boots, a bit short and could be a bit more flared in order to get them over the boots easier. A zipper or snaps would be good there. The pants themselves are made really well and I really wanted to keep them but it just wasn't going to work out. However I kept the Basilisk jacket in Large. You guys nailed the sizing on that.

M
M.
Basilisk Pants - Not for short people

This review is more on sizing than anything else. I really wanted to like these pants. But...

For measurements, my waist is 37" by measurement with a 28" inseam. Normally in jeans I wear a size 34. I ordered a 34 and a 36 in Basilisk as I was uncertain which would fit better. Like other reviewers have mentioned, the 34 was tight in the crotch and the 36 was much better. Reminds me of European fitting pants. For waist adjustment, there are two sets of snaps. With my measurements, the size 34 waist fits with the inner set of snaps while the size 36 fits with the outer set of snaps. And off course it comes with belt loops and an awesome belt.

The main issue I have with the pants are all the excess material in the legs. The inseam of both 34 and 36 pants are the same as per Mosko size chat. As can be seen in the attached picture, with my short inseam there are a lot of excess materiel which bunches up. Was not an issue as I walked around the house with them on until I climbed on my bikes. With motocross boots on and a pair of knee guards, the fit on the lower leg was fairly tight and I was not able to slide the material down. Where it bunches up is exactly where my knees would squeeze the tank in both seated and standing position. I was surprise that the excess materiel actually caused pressure points on the inside of my knees when I squeezed the tank. I have worn Klim, Alpinestars, Firstgear, Aerostich, and Scorpion textile/leather pants and jeans where there were also excess material and never had this issue before. I have also tried Leatt dual axis knee guards as well as 7iDP knee guard (similar to Forcefield Pro Tube) and pressure points persist in both cases. With the exact same knee protection setups with my Klim pants on and the pressure points were gone, so it's not the knee guards. The vent zipper on the inside of the knee in conjunction with the super fabric creates a fairly stiff combination where the bunching is happening, which is what I suspect as the root cause.

Like I said, really wanted to like the pants. The quality of the material is excellent, the zippers are sublimed, construction is first rated. I am pretty sure the breathability and the waterproofness would be quite good, but as I only tested it on my bikes in the garage, can't really verify that. The fit for an inseam challenged dude sucks. And for the price of these pants, I should not be settling.

The return was very smooth. Being from Canada, Mosko was true to their word and paid for return shipping when I scanned them a copy of the receipt. But because it is an international shipping return, an automatic shipping label was not created. However, as soon as I contact the Mosko customer support team, it was sorted out.

J
J.
BASILISK PANTS

Just the pictures for below review

Basilisk Pant

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Refined for our second production round, the Basilisk is our waterproof/breathable enduro-touring kit, for long-distance, multi-day trips through primarily off-road terrain. It combines super-premium materials with clean lines and minimalist design. With an articulated fit for freedom of motion and easy layering, the Basilisk is designed to work with separate armor systems for superior protection and versatility.

The Basilisk is both incredibly waterproof and incredibly breathable. The body fabric is an abrasion-resistant eVent Expedition 3-layer, using eVent’s proprietary Direct Venting™ technology. It’s waterproof to 30,000mm on the water column (100 feet of water pressure), with an MVTR of 10,000 g/m/d, .06cfm air permeability, and DWR. It’s the only waterproof moto pant with air permeability, plus it has the highest waterproof ratings of any moto pant we’ve seen.

On the knees, we added SuperFabric® ceramic platelets on a 600D waterproof/breathable base, sewn as an overlay on the main body eVent for added strength. With two-layers of fabric, you can damage the outer layer and still stay dry. Our zippers are top-of-the-line waterproof YKK VISLON® AquaGuard®: they won’t clog with dust and grime, and they’re easy to operate one-handed with gloves.

The Basilisk is light, nimble, and breathable, with the basic pockets and vents you need and nothing else. We eliminated hanging liners entirely, reducing weight, bulk, and heat. There are two thigh pockets, two knee scoop vents, two huge thigh vents, and two exhaust vents behind the leg. In hot weather: open all the vents and the cooler outside air envelop your upper thigh.

The Basilisk pant includes a sturdy old-school leather belt for waist adjustability, which works both on and off the bike. The leg openings are adjustable too, with waterproof internal gussets and overlapping velcro flaps.

Ethically produced in Bangladesh

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Color
Black
Tamarack
Features
  • eVent Expedition 3-layer fabric with Direct Venting™ technology
  • 30k/10k with 0.06 cfm air permeability
  • Double layer SuperFabric® reinforcement abrasion panels on Knees and Hem
  • Articulated anatomical fit
  • Over-boot gusseted adjustable hem
  • Leather panels on inside of leg and calf
  • Leather belt for waist adjustability
  • Fully taped construction with 20 mm seam taping
  • Reflective logos
  • 2 thigh pockets
  • 6 mesh lined vents with flow-through venting
  • Gusseted zipper fly
  • YKK waterproof VISLON® AquaGuard® zippers
  • High performance DWR (Durable Water Repellent)
  • Model is 6ft tall, 175lbs, and wearing a size 32 pant
  • Weight of garment: 2.67lbs (size 34)
Materials
  • eVent Expedition 3-layer fabric with Direct Venting™ technology
  • 100% Nylon 70d x 160d face fabric, with 20d nylon tricot backer, 219g/sqm
  • SuperFabric® abrasion panels: 600d polyester with ceramic plating
  • AX suede synthetic suede collar lining & chin guard
  • YKK waterproof VISLON® AquaGuard® zippers

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Customer Reviews

Based on 73 reviews
78%
(57)
14%
(10)
3%
(2)
1%
(1)
4%
(3)
B
B.
Being Critical

Purchased the matching set of Basilisk jacket and pant about a week ago. Upon arrival you could tell Mosko Moto means business. Beautifully packaged, and the quality of the apparel construction is top notch. I specifically chose this set up because of my desire to run my own armor underneath. Reading reviews it seemed this was a perfect set up. I've found out three things after trying just the pants today. With my Pod K4 knee braces underneath the pants are on the very tight side. Almost to the point I can't pull them up and over. I also run a set of 5.5 Leatt motocross style boots. Pants barely.... fit over these. I run a size 32 just for reference. The only other gripe I have is the fact that after one ride these pants have destroyed my tank and surrounding plastics. To me not a huge deal cause I bought the bike to ride and wreck lol. For those who need to maintain a certain level of asthetics you might want to find a buffer to place between pant leg and motorcycle. Hope this review can provide potential customers with some knowledge they seek. Once I put the jacket through it's paces I'll update review. And maybe get some more pictures of pant tightness. But thanks mosko for a great product. Can't wait for your 2 pocket 35L luggage to come back in stock. Quality gear, you get what you pay for!

f
f.g.
unbelievable service et communication

i had a hard time getting the right size of pants but the customer service answer all my question and made the followup, thanks guys i highly recommended

R
R.
Too tight for the junk...!!

Sadly I had to return both the 36 and the 34 size. I tried the 36 and they were too big in the waist. So I returned them and got the 34 size. The 34 size fit me really strange. They fit in the waist but were just a bit tight in the seat (as I'm admittedly a bit plump buddunkahdonk 2 Live Crew in the posterior) but what's the deal with the crotch area? It's friggin' tight man...!! Most of your customers are grown men, not little boys you know what I'm sayin' ? And the legs were a little funky while putting on boots, a bit short and could be a bit more flared in order to get them over the boots easier. A zipper or snaps would be good there. The pants themselves are made really well and I really wanted to keep them but it just wasn't going to work out. However I kept the Basilisk jacket in Large. You guys nailed the sizing on that.

M
M.
Basilisk Pants - Not for short people

This review is more on sizing than anything else. I really wanted to like these pants. But...

For measurements, my waist is 37" by measurement with a 28" inseam. Normally in jeans I wear a size 34. I ordered a 34 and a 36 in Basilisk as I was uncertain which would fit better. Like other reviewers have mentioned, the 34 was tight in the crotch and the 36 was much better. Reminds me of European fitting pants. For waist adjustment, there are two sets of snaps. With my measurements, the size 34 waist fits with the inner set of snaps while the size 36 fits with the outer set of snaps. And off course it comes with belt loops and an awesome belt.

The main issue I have with the pants are all the excess material in the legs. The inseam of both 34 and 36 pants are the same as per Mosko size chat. As can be seen in the attached picture, with my short inseam there are a lot of excess materiel which bunches up. Was not an issue as I walked around the house with them on until I climbed on my bikes. With motocross boots on and a pair of knee guards, the fit on the lower leg was fairly tight and I was not able to slide the material down. Where it bunches up is exactly where my knees would squeeze the tank in both seated and standing position. I was surprise that the excess materiel actually caused pressure points on the inside of my knees when I squeezed the tank. I have worn Klim, Alpinestars, Firstgear, Aerostich, and Scorpion textile/leather pants and jeans where there were also excess material and never had this issue before. I have also tried Leatt dual axis knee guards as well as 7iDP knee guard (similar to Forcefield Pro Tube) and pressure points persist in both cases. With the exact same knee protection setups with my Klim pants on and the pressure points were gone, so it's not the knee guards. The vent zipper on the inside of the knee in conjunction with the super fabric creates a fairly stiff combination where the bunching is happening, which is what I suspect as the root cause.

Like I said, really wanted to like the pants. The quality of the material is excellent, the zippers are sublimed, construction is first rated. I am pretty sure the breathability and the waterproofness would be quite good, but as I only tested it on my bikes in the garage, can't really verify that. The fit for an inseam challenged dude sucks. And for the price of these pants, I should not be settling.

The return was very smooth. Being from Canada, Mosko was true to their word and paid for return shipping when I scanned them a copy of the receipt. But because it is an international shipping return, an automatic shipping label was not created. However, as soon as I contact the Mosko customer support team, it was sorted out.

J
J.
BASILISK PANTS

Just the pictures for below review

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