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The Crank Brothers Stamp 7 Pedals are their pro-level platform pedal, designed for high-speed riding through technical terrain. These size-specific pedals are available in two different sizes: the Small is suited for individuals with feet sized between US 5 and 10, while the Large is for feet sized 10 and higher. Designed for optimal surface area, the Stamp's extra-wide concave platform keeps feet centered, while ten adjustable pins dig into shoes for traction even in the loosest, sloppiest conditions.
With a body forged from 6061-T6 aluminum, the Stamp maintains rock-solid durability even after a run full of unexpected rock-pedal contact. Inside the body, a premium seal and bearing system keeps the grit and grime out, ensuring the bearings run smoothly run after run, session after session.
- Super durable size-specific platform pedal with ultra-thin design.
- Constructed from 6061-T6 aluminum.
- Premium bearing and seal system for smooth, precise feel.
- 10 adjustable pins for customizable traction.
- Slightly concave design keeps feet planted.
- 11-13mm thick pedal profile.
- Pedal wrench compatibility: 8mm Allen key.
- Small: US 5-10 feet, Large: US 10+ feet.
- Claimed weight: 375g per pair.
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Good quality, great grip
My wife uses on her MTB. She switched from cleats and likes the freedom but also the grip.
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