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Old 05-06-2016, 10:20 AM   #1
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Review Spada Freeride gloves 2999

Simple good ol fashioned leather gloves

Review Spada Freeride gloves 2999



Review Spada Freeride gloves 2999


Review Spada Freeride gloves 2999



THESE Spada Freeride gloves are the simplest set of hand-shoes I’ve ever owned, and the perfect accompaniment to the Hedonsita jacket.

They’re really minimal – there’s no armour, finger bridges or Kevlar stitching. Instead, the Freerides are a good ol’ fashioned pair of leather gloves with a Velcro wrist closure, just like what your grandad used, probably.

At a penny less than £30.00, the price is pretty minimal too.

They fit superbly, plus they’re comfortable and provide great feel. The single Velcro closure gives a nice secure fit and because there’s just the one strap to do up, they’re also convenient and easy to whip on and off without loads of faffing – which is something I really like about them.

The lack of armour doesn’t bother me too much, and isn’t something I ever think about… until a stone gets flicked up from the road and hits my hand, which always stings in these puppies.

I’ve used them a few times in light rain and while the waterproof lining has withstood, I found that my hands could still get wet because the cuff behind the wrist strap easily folds forward, which can allow rain to seep in.

Obviously, I wouldn’t wear the Freerides on track but for city work and maximum posing points, I’m a fan.

Tested: Spada Freeride gloves

Price: £29.99

Contact: Spada / Feridax
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