I ride 8k a year and Look is my preferred pedal . All road mileage with plenty od elevation. I like every thing about these pedals I only wish the cleats would last longer than they do. It is very awkward to walk on.
This is not a top-of-the-line cleat, but is a terrific value as a replacement cleat. Works very well (like all of Look's pedal products), but will not last a long time for the frequent rider.
I bought these to have a spare but the price was so good I purchased two! The only drawback of these cleats is they are slippery! The available anti slip models were not available at the time I ordered these but will order them for use on the road and for Tri Transitions. These plain models will be relegated to use on the trainer or as spares when I accquire the non skid models!
They fit my LOOK pedals of course and while these cleats are durable if you don't walk on them, they do need to be replaced occasionally. Be sure to buy the correct color, which denotes the degree of float or side play in the system.
Cleats normally are over-priced in my opinion. This is the best deal I've found for these cleats so I bought one pair in each of the three colors. They will be used by my wife with her Keo Easy pedals which she loves.
I wanted to get away from the look grip cleats as they wear out too fast. The price was right, but I haven't used them yet because of the weather.
some say they're slippery to walk in but they are no different from the shimano's that I had, so they should be fine.
Original Look replacement cleats are much better than the cheaper no-name replacements. These last much longer and the others don't last long even if you use cleat covers religiously. It's a better buy than the rip-offs...stick with these.
For years I have been wearing Look cleats, and riding using Look pedals. So I am kinda of a one trick pony, as I have not used a lot of or any other brands. The reds were uncomfortable walking and slippery but generally were bomber holds while in the pedals. Sure I have fallen over rather than having the time to get my reds out of the pedals. Haven't you? These new greys are nicer to walk in, walking in them is not recommended but sometimes necessary. The greys are softer and do not slide as much on a tile floor. Not as much slip and slide if you know what I mean. The greys do have one issue that I want riders to hear more than a couple of times these greys have popped out after bouncing over a bump, running over a puppy or bouncing from pavement to gravel to pavement. It sucks when your locomotion ends as at least once both cleats popped out at the same time. I ride a racer so you don't want to pop out of your cleats. Other than popping out these have been far superior to my experiences with the Look reds. So consider your riding conditions when opting for the greys.
We ride mostly good paved roads in the San Francisco Bay Area. But, occasionally we ride though some rough surfaces where these grey Keo cleats work the best for me with just enough float.
I used to ride Look Keo 2 Max pedals on two different bikes. I've recently changed to another pedal type. One reason was that these cleats simply wear down too fast. Yes, I've tried the Look Keo walking padded ones but I find they change the clip-in angle enough to bother me. So while I don't walk in these except around my car or to put a foot down at lights, they still wear too quickly for my taste.
Look pedals and cleats are some the best you can buy. Been using them for longer than I can remember and have never had a problem with either the pedals of cleats. Great product and great value.
These replacement cleats work fine. I've never had a problem with them. They do wear out over time, especially if you walk around on them without cleat covers. They wear out on the side that you touch down when stopped, so you have to check them periodically. They are somewhat pricey.