If you use Keo, these are the best cleats to buy. Way less slippery when walking. Unfortunately, none of the Keo cleats last a full season, they all deteriorate, but these last as long as the others, and you won't break your collarbone from wiping out while walking.
Discounted commodity replacement for worn set. New screw set provided. Placement was nominal. Able to clip-in again and the grip strip make the shoes fit for walking. Function well with all Keo's except my carbon blades (prefer the old clean design there).
The newer iterations (within last three years) have an empirically determined accelerated wear rate.
The rubber pads make these cleats significantly better to walk in than the non-grip model. I love the Keo system, but I seem to need a new set of cleats every year. I wish they were more durable.
I know some have complained about the grip feature of these cleats, but I have had no problem with mine. On long rides when I find myself walking on a slick store floor while taking a break, these are an improvement over the traditional Keo cleat. They work.
These work as they are supposed to. They last me about a year (5,000 miles). I don't walk on them much, I think. They still work fine as they get worn.
These cleats have served me well since I began road cycling in earnest several years ago. The addition of the grip rubber is just enough to keep you from shattering a femur or faceplanting on tile or hardwood floors. The gray version has a certain degree of float (less than the red, more than the black) which will help to save your knees from undue stress while turning the cranks over time. I've never had any issues clipping inout. I use them on a variety of shoes and in a variety of applications from commuting to time trials and triathlons. Take a pen and mark the outline of the cleat whenever you replace them because it does take a little time to get cleat position just right. This trick will save you that time and effort.
I like the bit of float provided by the red cleats. I've been riding Look pedals for years. I try to minimize the walking I do on the, but don't much worry about them. I tend to get at least a season out of them, which is typically 2000 miles.
works well with Look pedals. The only real issue is that the grip pads are easily damaged if walking a lot, especially on rough pavement. The good news is that after damage, there's no reduction in the proper function of the cleat except that they can be slippery to walk in on slick surfaces.