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X-Track Carbon MTB Pedals

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The X-Track Carbon MTB Pedals are lightweight yet durable with a broad, stabilizing surface area, spacious inner pedal for shedding mud and preventing build-up, and adjustable tension to accommodate personal preference.

 

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!!
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by Chapster
Competitive Racer
Kansas City

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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Hard to judge more surface area than XT but it's noticeable when you ride.
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by tribkr
Cycling Enthusiast
Marin County
1 of 1 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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