Spada Pil­grim boots


Motorcycle News (UK) - - Garage -

Spada are go­ing big this year on a range they call ‘ev­ery­wear’ and the Pil­grim boots are the lat­est ad­di­tion. The idea is they can fit in any­where (get it?), whereas a pair of Sidi Raceara­mas only re­ally look at home at Pad­dock Hill Bend. The Pil­grims look like nor­mal boots, but have re­in­forced heels and toes and fur­ther re­in­force­ment around the gearchange to pro­tect against un­nec­es­sary wear. They come in black or brown in sizes 7-12.

The new Pirellis have a slightly harsher feel than the Met­zel­ers and don’t give the im­pres­sion there’s the same big, sticky foot­print, but they still give lots of con­fi­dence. The Rosso IIIS let you have fun on a su­per­bike safely around a fast track, so on the road you’ll never get close to their limit. They did ev­ery­thing ex­tremely well, but they re­ally ex­celled in over­all sta­bil­ity. They warm up quickly, which is a ben­e­fit on the road and track. Over­all th­ese are fast, con­fi­dence-in­spir­ing tyres.

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