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X-Track Carbon MTB Pedals

Mfg PartNum:00018230
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The Best Power-To-Weight Ratio On The Market Today

The X-TRACK RACE CARBON is simply the pedal offering the best power-to-weight ratio on the market today. Thanks to its wide contact area, your full power is transferred through the crankset.

This large surface also saves your foot from sliding on the pedal body and ensures your pedal stroke always feels consistent and reassuring. The carbon body makes this an extremely light piece of technology.


A clipless MTB pedal must respond to a multitude of different situations. External conditions may vary considerably and interfere with pedal operation. It is not enough to make a product that is excellent in one specific area. Instead, it is necessary to design it to be as versatile as possible to provide its user with a real advantage regardless of any external obstacles encountered. Following this logic, LOOK has chosen to concentrate on the interaction of three major factors, contact surface, weight, and entry/release, to develop the perfect pedal.


All the energy you produce is transferred to your MTB through your pedals. Their role, is, therefore, crucial. LOOK's objective in this new undertaking was to find solutions that would enable the most efficient transfer of rider power possible. That is why LOOK has chosen to place the weight/contact surface ratio as the primary factor when defining the product.

Generally speaking, the greater the contact surface, the more efficiently energy is transferred. On the other hand, the greater the contact surface, the more the pedal will weigh. The challenge faced by our engineers was, therefore, to identify the zones that are useful for energy transmission and then optimize the pedal design in order to limit any that are unused. This task allowed LOOK to engineer a pedal with the best weight/contact surface ratio on the market.


  • Retention: 6 to 14
  • Cleats: Standard cleat included
  • Cleats standard SPD compatible
  • Float angle: 6 degrees
  • Release angle: 13 degrees
  • 175 g per pedal

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Cleat Type: MTB Cleats 


Pedal Type: MTB Pedals 


Mfg PartNum: 00018230 


Pedal Weight Pair: 350 gr

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Yet to use, but LOOK fabulous!!
by Chapster
Competitive Racer
Kansas City
1 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

Will be using on my FOCUS cross bike for racing this coming year. Hit a few gravel rides as well

Reviewed 2/8/2019
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Dope Pedals!!
by SHBiker
Cycling Enthusiast
Upstate NY

I've been running these on my road/sometimes gravel bike since November. 2500mi and counting, no issues whatsoever. Rock solid, stable platform (bigger than most spd 2-bolt pedals) for everything from casual spins to sprinting to out of the saddle climbing. I wear Shimano RX8's with them and really like the set up - easy to put one foot down stopped at a traffic light, and I've been in a couple of situations where I had to walk for a bit and was thankful I was not running a normal road pedal/road shoe set-up. Also, imo, this set-up (carbon pedal body plus carbon shoes) make this 2-bolt style cleat set up comparable to most typical 3-bolt 'road' set-ups. I also dig the red accents at the end of the pedal axles - matches the red accents on my bike!!

Reviewed 5/23/2021
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Nice MTB Padal
by Hockinator

I purchased these pedals because I needed some more lateral stability for my feet/knees. They definitely provide the added stability I was looking for. The pedals also seem to have considerably more float than the Shimano pedals I'm used to riding. Which I'm still getting used to. All in all, a good purchase

Reviewed 8/3/2020
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Hard to judge more surface area than XT but it's noticeable when you ride.
by tribkr
Cycling Enthusiast
Marin County
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

Put XT's on a new gravel bike and when riding on pavement the play between cleat and pedal was just a little too sloppy for a roadie like myself. Changing to the Looks tightened everything up nicely. The float remains the same without having to change cleats. With adjustable tension there's nothing not to like.

Reviewed 1/14/2019
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