Spada launches 2023 motorcycle clothing range

Spada has launched its 2023 collection of motorcycle gear. The British brand's range for this year covers jackets, trousers, jeans, helmets and more.

Spada Ace helmet

Spada has launched its 2023 collection of motorcycle gear, including jackets, jeans, helmets and more following the brand’s ‘everywear’ philosophy.

Spada’s ‘everywear’ philosophy, as it calls it, essentially means its clothes are designed with versatility in mind. For example, two of Spada’s textile jacket options for 2023 - the £169.99 Joe (pictured below), and £189.99 Tino - both come with 5K waterproofing, 3K breathability, a removable hood, and five-piece CE-certified armour.

Specifically aimed at women, the Spada Hairpin 2.0 brings revisions for 2023. This CE-AA-certified soft-shell jacket is double-stitched throughout to optimise strength, while the hood is removable, and the hips and waist feature adjustability for personal tailoring. The Spada Hairpin 2.0 will be available in “Grey”, “Black”, and “Bordeaux Red” colours, and priced at £79.99.

Moving down to Spada’s Expedition denim jean, which uses Dyneema fibres in its construction. The Expedition will launch later in 2023, and will be available for £179.99 in both black and blue colour options, and in ‘short-’ and ‘regular-leg’ size options.

There is also a textile option if jeans are not your thing for riding, with the AA-rated Spada Modena Evo CE trouser, which features reflective print, accordion pleating, seat grip panel, waist and leg adjustment, and ventilation. This textile trouser is available in both men’s and women’s sizes, in one colour - Black - and at a price of £99.99.

Heading now right up-top, Spada has new graphic options for its Ace helmet (pictured at the top of this article) for 2023, as well as the first model of its new ECE 22.06-certified Orion 2 modular (flip-up) helmet. 

There is also a new “pro version,” Spada says, of the Strider boot (pictured above), and a new colour option for the Pilgrim Grande boot.

Other items in Spada’s 2023 range include six glove models; the Pace textile jacket; Tucson V3 and Ascent V3 adventure-style jackets; and the Lambert cafe-racer-style jacket.

James Kent, Product & Design Manager, said: "We're especially excited about the new Joe and Tino jackets and casually styled boot range. Not only do they look fantastic, but they are the epitome of our ‘everywear’ approach giving riders super versatile clothing options for both on and off the bike.”  

All items in the 2023 Spada range is backed by a two-year warranty and will be available at your local Spada dealer, as well as on

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