Shimano M780 XT SPD Pedals

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Shimano M780 XT SPD Pedals

Not everyone enjoys racing but if you're looking for full on race performance at a price you can afford, check out Shimano's XT pedals. Inspired by their top end XTR M980 Race pedal, the new M780 XT pedal delivers similar styling and functionality for less. Whether you're a hammer-head racing toward a podium finish, an enthusiast hammering your local singletrack or a borracho headed to the local pub to get hammered, Shimano's M780 pedals address the needs of today's riders.

  • Aluminum body
  • Adjustable release tension
  • Chromoly spindle
  • Uses current SH51 SPD cleat
  • Wider bearing placement for maximum stability
  • Oval shape body housing for improved mud shedding
  • This item sold in pairs
  • Weight: 350g (pair)
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Super pedal - Apr 20, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Jeffrey S.
monterey, CA

Super durable and great adjustability. I have hit these pedals on many rocks over the years and the cleat still engages smoothly into the pedal. The body of the pedal has become a little loose around the spindle, but that is nothing short of what I would expect from years of hard abuse.

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Great Pedal - Apr 10, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars

Easy to clip into and like the positive engagement when clipping in. Very happy with these pedals and bought second set for other bike.

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hype and bling - May 07, 2013

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3 out of 5 stars

I ordered these pedals because I was looking to replace the Candy 1s I had on my mountain bike. I was worried that it was only a matter of time before the candies gave out, and didn't like their flimsy feel. I have been beyond pleased with all of my other XT components, so I purchased these pedals. I was immediately embarrassed that I prefer my $45 cheapo pedals to the fancy XT offering. The XT pedals are significantly harder to get out of, which I don't love, and yet they feel no more securely attached than the candies did. Having it to do over again, I would stick with the Candy 1s until they fell apart and just replace them with another pair at that point. That being said, I have no doubt these pedals will last much longer than the Crank Bros I had been riding.

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