Inspired By Adidas | SP No Goal Zero Knit Goalkeeper Gloves Released

When SP first unveiled the No Goal Zero, it was Nike that seemed to have inspired them to create their own strapless gloves. This time, it looks like the Spanish brand look to Adidas instead.



SP is a sports equipment brand created by Spanish company Fútbol Emotion. The name is nod to their previous name, Soloporteros.

SP No Goal Zero Knit Goalkeeper Gloves

Here are the new SP No Goal Zero Knit.


Introduced in 2018, the No Goal Zero has been SP's flagship model and is due for a much needed update, and SP has taken quite a big step with the new No Goal Zero.



The new No Goal Zero Knit gloves are still a single-piece design, but instead of using the usual latex on the backhand, SP has opted for a knit material instead. They call it SPKnit.


The use of knit instead of latex is very similar to the Adidas Predator Pro GK gloves.


Meanwhile, SP constructs the palm in the negative cut, using their Aquablock latex that extend to the wrist and wrap both sides of the thumbs.


Keeping the strapless design, the No Goal Zero Knit has a long wrist-band for a more secure fit.

SP No Goal Zero Knit - Features

  • Aquablock latex (AB) assembled over negative cut
  • Knitted single-piece backhand without seams
  • Anti-sliding gel injected on the knuckles
  • Price: €86
  • Release date: May 2021

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