FREE SHIPPING on orders of $50 or more.* Same day shipping before 3PM Pacific.
Questions? Call our experts!
Click to zoom

L02A Resin Disc Pads with Cooling Fins

  (4 customer reviews)
Purchase this popular item
today and save 20%
In Stock Now
Save 20%
MSRP $25.00
This item is currently out of stock. Click Notify Me to receive an email when the item becomes available.
InstantPrice MatchWhat is this?
Free Shipping on Orders Over $50*

Sunny day stopping.

These Shimano L02A Resin Disc Brake Pads are direct replacements for those found in Shimano's BR-RS805 and BR-RS505 road disc brakes. The resin compound is quieter than the L04C metal compound model but supplies less overall braking performance in wet, muddy, or dusty conditions. Integrated cooling fins help shed heat to reduce brake fade under heavy or prolonged braking.

Sold as a set for one brake. Buy two sets to complete both front and rear brakes.


Brake Pad Type: Disc 


Brake Type: Disc 

Ordered by Most Relevant First
5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 stars
Great road pads
by CDLvelo
Daily Commuter
Surrey, BC
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Resin or metal for road? Resin is the answer - quiet, smooth, easy to modulate. Shimano quality. Mine last about 4-5,000 km on a pretty tough commute cycle. Great in hot or cold, sun or rain.

Reviewed 2/2/2018
Was this review useful to you? Yes/No
Thank you for your feedback.
OEM Replacements for my road bike
by Six-O
Cycling Enthusiast
SE Texas

I am still on my original pair of these disc pads. They are very, very easy to remove, inspect, clean andor sand if necessary - perhaps a bit easier to service than rim brake pads due to access. But that is open to debate. Cooling fins are not necessary for flatland use. I cannot comment on effectiveness for long hill or mountain descents.

Reviewed 10/15/2018
Was this review useful to you? Yes/No
Thank you for your feedback.
Excellent stopping power and modulation
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Middle Tennessee

These pads provide excellent stopping power and modulation. Excellent control.

Reviewed 9/24/2018
Was this review useful to you? Yes/No
Thank you for your feedback.
Quiet, quick wear
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Santa cruz area
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Quieter than metal but wear much faster. As long as you can do your own maintenance the cost to wear differential is worth a quite ride.

Reviewed 8/3/2018
Was this review useful to you? Yes/No
Thank you for your feedback.
Comparing bottom bracket types and standards.
You wanna go fast? Join the ceramic revolution!
Make your upgrades count. Here's the equipment that will help you ride your bike faster.
Campagnolo vs. Shimano vs. SRAM: demystifying groupsets.
What to consider when selecting a crankset for your road bike.