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Look's X-Track Race MTB Pedals features mud-shedding geometry, a spindle with a double-weather-resistant seal, an impressive power to weight ration, lateral contact supports, and adjustable tension.
Features & Specs:
- Weather resistant spindle.
- Lateral contact support.
- Composite body.
- Chromoly + spindle.
- Compatible with SPD cleats.
- Tension: 6 to 14.
- Float: 6°.
- Platform area: 515 mm.
- Platform width: 60mm.
- Stack height + cleats: 16,8mm (10,7 + 6,1mm).
- Weight - pedal: 182g.
- Weight - pair + cleats: 415g.
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Good, stable pedal
This is my 2nd pair for a new gravel bike and they are working out just as well as the first pair. They feel more stable than the equivalent Shimano MTB. My only complaint about both of my sets is that after install I've had to loosen/adjust them to what I guess is the least tight setting, otherwise I have a struggle getting out of the cleats quickly when I need too, which is especially important on trails and gravel roads with the new gravel bike. But at the least-tight setting I can get out when I need to and yet they don't then release when I don't want them to when cranking up steep hills or whatever.
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