Look's Keo Blade Carbon Pedals are high performance, aerodynamic road pedals with interchangeable tension regulating carbon blades that are easy to swap in/out. The carbon fiber body is lightweight and stiff, featuring an expansive contact platform with 700 mm of surface area and a 76mm-wide stainless steel plate. For even greater longevity, the redesigned end cap delivers a 120% increase in water resistance.
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Cleat Type: Road Cleats
Pedal Type: Road Pedals
Mfg PartNum: 16095
Iï¿½ve been using Look pedals ever since I gave up my Cristophe toe clips in the early 90s. I dallied with other brands over the years but thereï¿½s no comparison. I probably have 100k miles on Look pedals and have no reason to change. This edition is lightweight and low profile. They clip in and out easily but stay put during hard efforts. Great product, great price, rapid delivery.
I've been a Look user for years, most recently with the Keo 2. But the extra platform space (~200mmï¿½) is so much more comfortable. Before it didn't matter how much I adjusted my cleats - I'd still get hotspots after century+ rides. I just did a 203mi race with no hotspots!
These are solid pedals, even without being the lightest ones. The platform is good. I had an old pair that had a slit in the platform that used to chew up the center rubber piece on the cleats. This avoid that and is very stable. Easy to change out the blades, too. I suggest the 12s. 16 is just way too tight.
I've used these pedals for about three years (15k miles). They are light and they work well - secure, yet easy to dismount (using the 12 Nm blade), and after a while, mount. Initially, they did not rotate freely and it was tough to get them rotated into a good mounting position. After a couple of thousand miles, the bearings freed up and they rotated into a good position to mount on their own. The cleats with rubber grips make walking a bit safer. I am still using them, but I will note two durability issues (1) during a ride, one of the carbon blades popped out and I did not notice when it happened, so it was gone, had to ride home with just the toe engaged in the pedal, not the heel, retailer sent a replacement blade, and (2) on the left pedal, the metal plate is coming off because I often transport the bike in the back of my car leaning on the left pedal, still works, but not sure for how long, looking to replace before a week-long trip.