I was about to give them a try but changed my mind after looking at the dimensions.
It is most likely not really an issue but the centre to flange on the Ridea rear hub is about 28 mm, which is 3 mm less than the Halo/Zenith track hub and 4 mm less than the DT Swiss track hub.
As I said probably still fine but why bother with it if there are better options out there.
I recently talked to Zodiak Moscow over Instagram about their hubs.
They are lightweight, low flange, lots of colors and different drillings.
Wide flanges as well.
Only issue is that I couldn't find any information about how they hold up long term.
Not a lot of people seem to use these hubs.
Grand Compe low flange could be an option. 28h will be a problem though...
I have the 32h front hub and it certainly looks good and is kind of light as well.
Maybe talk to the guys at cech.bike. They are the distributor for these hubs and are based in Poland so shipping shouldn't be too expensive.