Crank Brothers Stamp 7 Flat Pedals
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Code: CRB-7
Crank Brothers Stamp 7 Flat Pedals
The flat pedal from crankbrothers is engineered to provide the optimal interface between shoe and pedal. The 13mm external and 11mm internal thickness on the level 7 stamp provide a low profile concave pedal body that your feet sit into. Adjustable pins allow the rider to fine tune the feel.
 
The small is designed for EU shoe sizes from 37-43, and 43-49 for large. Once the optimal sizes had been established the features required for the ideal flat pedal were also incorporated.
 
Features
  • Concave pedal platform so that your shoe feels like it sits into the pedal and feels connected. 13mm external and 11mm internal thickness.
  • 20 adjustable pins per pedal. 8mm in the centre of the pedal and 10mm on the outer edges.
  • Internals run on igus LL-glide bearing which has been exclusively formulated for crankbrothers. It performs in even the most adverse conditions out on the trails.
  • Small: 100mm x 100mm pedal body footprint
  • Large: 114mm x 111mm pedal body footprint
 
Specification
  • Weight: 345g (Small), 375g (Large)
  • Spindle: Forged scm 435 chromoly steel
  • Body: Forged 6061-T6
  • Inner bearing: Igus LL-glide bearing
  • Outer bearing: Igus LL-glide bearing
  • Body dimensions: 100mm x 100mm (Small), 114mm x 111m (Large)
  • Pins: 10 adjustable pins per side
Mr Perrott as i have dinner plates for feet i wanted a big thin platform to replace my worn out Peadl innovations and these fitted the bill. Having used them for 50 miles now i am delighted
Stuart Best pedals I’ve used