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Shimano
PD-ES600 Pedals

Mfg PartNum:EPDES600
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The Shimano PD-ES600 pedals are sleek, sporty single-sided pedals compatible with the SPD system. Featuring adjustable release tension, these low-maintenance pedals make for easy stepping in or out. The pedal's recessed SPD system allow for efficient pedalling, while the low-profile SPD cleat makes for more comfortable walking than the traditional SPD-SL road cleat.

The Shimano PD-ES600 Pedals includes the Shimano SH-51 cleats. Compatible with 2-bolt road touring shoes.


Features:

  • Single-sided SPD pedal with light action and adjustable release tension.
  • Lightest SPD pedal (279g per pair).
  • Optimized for urban riding with road touring shoes.
  • 1mm cleat spacer included.
 

Weight: 279 grams

 

Weight: 279 grams

PD-ES600 ROAD SPD

Cleat Type: MTB Cleats 

Pedal Type: Road Pedals 

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Nice lightweight SPD pedal
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by JRL
Cycling Enthusiast
San Jose, Ca
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

Among the Shimano SPD pedals I own (M9000, M8000, A600, and this new ES600), the ES600 is the latest and lightest pair. It's similar to A600, but very slightly lighter. Since it's single sided, it is not as convenient as M9000 or M8000, but the difference is not that significant for on-road use. The only downside is the paint of the surface. It can easily get scuffs during your first ride. A600 has the same issue, but overall I prefer the appearance of A600.

Reviewed 12/17/2018
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