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Look Keo Grip Replacement Cleats - 4.5 degree
Look Keo Grip Replacement Cleats - 9 Degree
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Keo Grip Replacement Cleats

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An excellent innovation from Look, the Keo Grip Replacement Cleats feature rubber grippers on the cleat surface, making your coffee shop dismount a little less hazardous. They've also added rubber pads to the other side of the cleat for extra security, which is especially helpful on carbon soles. Includes mounting hardware and directions. Compatible with all Look Keo pedals. 68 grams (including hardware). Like all Look road systems, the color of your cleat determines your amount of float.

  • Grey: 4.5° float
  • Red: 8-10° float
  • Black: 0° float

Look Keo cleats are NOT compatible with older Look pedals. If you are unsure which pedals you have, please contact us.

 

Weight: 114 grams

 

Weight: 114 grams

 

Cleat Type: Road Cleats 

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Excellent product
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by jojo
Cycling Enthusiast
Minnesota

Excelllent cleants. Only issue is that the grippy material tends to wear off too quickly.

Reviewed 7/10/2018
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Great cleats but the rubber gripper is key
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by Bob C
Cycling Enthusiast
Fairfield CT
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Light, easy inout, adjustable. Went for the Grip version after a short slide or two! Stayed upright but got a laugh out of my cycling buddies!

Reviewed 2/20/2017
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Works
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by Hks218
Cycling Enthusiast
Houston
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Cleats work fine with Look pedals.

Reviewed 2/19/2018
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Great product, easy to install, super price
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by JC
Cycling Enthusiast
Flat, flat, flat Florida
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I like the Look pedals because they're easy to use and it's easy and inexpensive to replace the cleats. You just have to remember to lubricate the screws before you screw them into the soles of your bike shoes. And once a month or so it's a good idea to loosen the cleats and re-lube them. It makes it that much easier to replace them when they're worn down.

Reviewed 1/8/2018
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The rubber grips add traction to an otherwise slippery cleat.
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by Anonymous
portland, oregon

Better walking traction than the non grip cleat I wouldnt use the non-grip version.

Reviewed 1/8/2018
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Grip cleats yes
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by Pdxbikrgrl
portland

Im a big fan of the grip cleats - not only for being able to walk around with ease when off the bike but for my usage, they tend to outlast their counterpart, non-grip version.

Reviewed 1/12/2018
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The Cleats are durable and the rubber grippers makes for easy walking.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Texas
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

The cleats are excellent with my Garmin Vector pedals.

Reviewed 11/27/2017
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Look Keo Grip Cleats
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by Anonymous

These are very comfortable cleats for riding and when you have to stop and walk. Easily installed in just a few minutes.

Reviewed 9/28/2017
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Look Keo is my choice forever......
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by doug felger
Cycling Enthusiast
Upper Peninsula of Michigan

As long as you're riding, not walking, this is the cleat for you. I've never had any knee problems and the transfer of power from foot to pedal is something you can definitely feel. Better than the original Look system.

Reviewed 9/29/2017
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Very happy with Look
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by Jason S.
Long Beach CA

The grip pads are tough! I'm still using the original cleats that came with the pedals. The way these cleats are holding up, I may not put on the replacements until next year. Good stuff!

Reviewed 5/13/2015
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Well Made and certainly stronger than the KEO Cleats without Grips
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by Npoli
Cycling Enthusiast
Oakland, CA

These came on time and were as expected. The Cleats are Keo-so well made, the grip adds more resistance and life to the cleat and the price at Western Bike Works is the best on the internet so makes it a better deal for me. I do have the cleat covers but as a weight weenie and frankly prefer to ride as least encumbered as possible I rarely take them. The result is I wear my cleats down like every 4-5 months. I am hoping the grips extend that lifespan to every 6-9 months. If they do-hey the cost is worth it for me. Also perhaps a little safer to walk in. Happy overall.

Reviewed 12/18/2014
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Easy to install, work well
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by chulce
Competitive Racer
Menomonee Falls, WI
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Look Keo cleats are lightweight and I have never had one break. But if you wear your cycling shoes to walk around when you stop (at food breaks during centuries) the cleats will experience wear from concrete abrasion (I did 17 centuries this year). If you are a high mileage biker like me (over 10,000 miles per year), you go through several sets of cleats per year.

Install tip - wash and dry the bottom of your bike shoe & cleat. Then take a pencil or marker and trace it around your old cleat before removal. Then remove old cleat and install new cleat in that tracing. Periodically check the screws on your cleat to ensure they are tight and also keep the cleat clean to avoid undo wear.

Another tip - use cleat covers when you walk around in your bike shoes.

Reviewed 10/9/2014
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Good deal
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by NYRacer
Competitive Racer
New York NY
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

The rubber pads make a real difference, especially when descending stairs.

Reviewed 1/20/2014
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A high quality product that works better than the OEM it replaces.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Sacramento, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I purchased a pair of the black (no play) cleats and I'm very happy with them. They seem to click in to the pedal easier and they appear to be stronger. Be careful though to understand the color system, the red replacement set, unlike the original red installed set, has 12 degrees of play. I did not know this when I purchased a set at the local bike shop and I was quite unhappy with them.

Reviewed 10/21/2013
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only cleats I use
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by sparky
Competitive Racer
long island,n.y.
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These are my favorite cleats, the rubber grip makes it much safer on concrete and slippery surfaces especially running in them in transition during a triathlon.

Reviewed 10/14/2013
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Great price for cleats
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by Love to cycle
Fresno, CA

Love the look cleats and western bike works has great prices. I'll be ordering more items from this site for sure.

Reviewed 10/5/2014
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Wears out quickly
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by Seattle Commuter/Rec cyc
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle WA
2 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

It is the best option for Keo pedals but still wears out quickly and could be made of more durable materials. The gripper fell off after a week on one cleat when I had a fall. What a waste. I guess this is how look makes money...

Reviewed 8/11/2014
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Look Keo none slipper cleats
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by Leticia
Cycling Enthusiast
California
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

These are far better then the cheaper Looks which cause you to slip on the road. These cleats have a soft foamy like plastic that will prevent a spill. The cleat last a long them even the soft foamy part.

Reviewed 8/29/2013
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Walk safer!
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by SwissBiker
Cycling Enthusiast
Carmel NY
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

These are the way to go when replacing your cleats. Yes, the rubber will fall off at some point and you have to replace them then, but they are much safer and easier to walk on when you're off the bike. Especially when it's wet.

Reviewed 8/15/2013
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Love These!
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by SlowRider
Cycling Enthusiast
LASan Bernardino, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

These Grip cleats are a no brainer for me. Now when I unclip and put my foot on the ground there is no slipping. I feel much more secure. I have had a few falls going nowhere doing that. These are great!

Reviewed 7/25/2013
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