1. Doug
    19th September 2017 @ 4:35 pm

    Certainly ticks my boxes…going to invest in one

  2. Paul Rooney
    20th September 2017 @ 12:59 pm

    The collar and cuffs aren’t the problem. The zip leaks like Wales on St. David’s day. Even the slightest shower leaves my front soaking wet. It is, however, a nice jacket apart from that.

  3. nigelphoto
    9th October 2017 @ 12:39 pm

    I bought my Olive Green Spada as a direct result of this SLUK Review. Not disappointed, but I got a size larger than the guide would suggest. I have two other Spada jackets and they too are one size larger; the belly’s the problem not the chest size! The AF1 panels are well cut and stitched together using good quality materials and the jacket retails at a very reasonable price. Spada is a British company sourcing from Pakistan, I understand but obviously maintains rigorous quality control on their products. I haven’t had any weather problems to date but as the cuffs and collar aren’t watertight I do the obvious thing and wear an over-jacket if its peeing down. I have added a level 1 back protector because I don’t fancy spending the rest of my natural in a wheelchair and although, not recently I hasten to add, I do have experience of arse to tarmac contact. If you’re in the hunt for an excellent fit, good quality and reasonably priced scoot jacket then take a look at the Spada AF1.

    20th November 2017 @ 12:23 am

    Gotta be betta than yer standard MA1/2 if ya hit the tarmac…innit!

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