Mishka Spetsnaz Mark III Sep 29, 2009

Picture by Takuyu Sakamoto

I worked really hard with the guys on re-designing the new Spetsnaz Mark III. Longer sleeves, tighter fit and we lengthened the back to cover your ass crack when you’re in the drops. It’s still waterproof and has nice pockets and vents. Two colors, red and black. Read up below!

Picture by Takuyu Sakamoto

When we released the Spetsnaz Mark I jacket, we never thought it would become a stalwart piece amongst the cycling enthusiasts. The combination of functionality and form made the Spetsnaz a popular choice for city riders, couriers and weekend warriors alike. Clean lines, simple design and sturdy construction have made this jacket a perfect shell for any situation. Whether you are bee-lining it through city traffic on a bike or just feel the need to look good, the Spetsnaz Mark III jacket offers a little something for everyone. Currently on it’s third incarnation, the Spetsnaz Mark III features a fully breathable and windproof nylon material which is waterproof up to 10,000 mm of pressure. It also features more streamlined cuts optimized for riding, arm vents just in case you get smelly, and a drop tail to shield your ass from the elements. In short, this jacket could withstand the rigors of riding through a tsunami without compromising looks.

Picture by Takuyu Sakamoto

Currently the Spetsnaz Mark III jacket is available at 350 and retails for $209.99. Mishka will offer a 20% discount on said item for anyone who rides their trusty steed to the store.

Mishka 350
350 Broadway
Brooklyn, New York

  • erik

    wait til you see the mark IV! ahhhh!

  • nate c

    not bad. taped seams?

  • -Waterproof up to 10,000mm of pressure
    -Breathable with its under-arm vents
    -Fully taped seams
    -Hidden pockets both inside and out

  • wils

    These coats are official! Worked 15 hours in the rain not one problem! Left the fender at home by accident and with the longer tail on this years model didn’t have a problem!! Thanks Mishka!

  • mike

    are men whoe pose for photos posers? how does one “release” a jacket?

  • How do these things fit, I am definitely interested.

  • Slim / true to size. I wear an XL, Wilis is in a S and Nate is in a M.

  • Brent

    any word on the warmth factor or is it really more of a shell?