Spada invited us to a preview of their 2018 ‘Everywear’ clothing range.
As Mark – head tech at the brand – explains, this is Spada’s playful side. It’s aimed to be both casual and practical for riding in Britain, without taking itself too seriously – as you can tell by the product names.
This is all stuff that’s due to land in dealers in the first few months of next year so it’s still too early to give prices. Both ourselves and Spada will be very interested in your feedback, so please leave comments below.
First up is the new Cherry Red version of our favourite boot in their range, the Spada Pilgrim Grande as reviewed here.
Spada Warsaw jacket
Next up, Spada’s tribute to Soviet-era workwear. The Warsaw is 600D polyester with waterproofing, armour, back vents and button-down collars.
Spada Jimmy Who jacket
This is a full length, waxed cotton parka-style coat, waterproof and armoured with a detachable hood in 2 colours.
White Air Force One
Not in the catalogue, and hidden from display, was this alternative take on the Air Force One pilot jacket. Hit or a miss?
Spada Marakech jacket
Proving it’s not all mixed-use stuff, here’s a handsome twill riding jacket which is vented and PU coated so water beads off.
Spada Humma jacket
Cotton canvas camo creation with more pockets than a kangaroo farm.
Darkstar Carbon helmet
Lighter than a tramp’s washbag and available with a choice of lining colours.
Spada Utah Winds jacket
New take on the mesh riding jacket with 70s brown summer colourway and removable thermal liner.
For more info on prices and dealers, keep an eye on the Spada website.
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