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Item # SHI0664

One is enough.

If you’ve upgraded your pedals to the Dura-Ace 9000 series, no doubt you’re putting in the miles. When your cleats wear out, as they will, you’ll need the Dura-Ace 9000 Cleats to keep you locked in.

These are the 9000-series Blue cleats, which give you one degree of float, a new option for Shimano that previously only offered six-degree or zero-degree float. This gives you the efficiency and power transfer of a fixed cleat with just a little room for comfort. It’s something the pros have enjoyed for a few seasons now. The one degree of float originates from the center of the cleat, which also works better with your foot’s natural movements while riding.

  • +/- 1 degree float
  • Compatible with Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 pedals

Tech Specs

Float:
+/-1 deg
Compatibility:
Shimano Dura-Ace PD-9000 Pedals
Recommended Use:
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Perfect For Me

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Like other reviewers, I made the switch to these from the yellow/6 degree pedals. Those yellows were just way too floaty for me, like I was standing in a bowl of grease or something. So far with these, I'm locked in enough to feel comfortably stable but there's just enough play to get good foot positioning.

Avg. ride time: 5h 53m per week
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Just to be sure, they work with Ultegra pedals? I want to try these.

Wow..

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I switched from yellow to blue... and i am extremely happy with the switch. The first ride was a bit different as i did not have really any room for my foot to move around. All in all i like the more aggressive/ steady feel. I've only used the blue ones about 6 times at this point. Will updated on how the pads wear in a month or two.

Glad I Switched from Yellow to Blue

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Like the less degrees of float. I don't walk around on these much except to take bike out and in and maybe a stop on the weekly century. I except the plastic to wear and have not experienced it falling off in large chunks.

Avg. ride time: 6h per week
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wear fast

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

What can I say about such a basic product? If you have SPD-SL pedals, you need SPD-SL cleats. I've tried both the blue and yellow over the years. I prefer the blue. The yellow ones move too much. I haven't tried the red and don't think I'll ever will. The colored plastic parts break off very easily. I've used mine for 3 or 4 workouts on a stationary trainer in my living room before the blue plastic part broke off. I have only walked around in the house to get my computer, towel, water, got on the bike. Darn Shimano. Why can't this be made more durable?

Avg. ride time: 6h 46m per week
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Great cleat

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Went from Speedplays to these due to giving more of a base for transfer of power to the road. Has been a great experience in my everyday rides and racing!

Good to Go

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have been riding/racing for a while and these cleats and setup to me offer the best of both worlds. I used to race with toe straps, then the look black(fixed) and red(9 degree) float cleats, Shimano SPD and now the Shimano Dura Ace pedal cleats. The reason I like these is that i don't like all the movement of floating cleats but getting the correct positing with fixed cleat takes some work. This 1-2 degree of float with these Dura Ace blue cleats is perfect to me and the quality of the cleats is Shimano grade and am happy with. I have had for a week and 5 rides and no issues so far with walking tabs falling off. Couldn't be happier and will follow up after a month.

I understand that the if you have 105...

I understand that the if you have 105 pedals, you could still use DA cleats. What is the difference in terms of weight?

thank you

fede

The weight difference in the cleat is fairly negligable. The real weight savings will come in the pedals themselves. 105 level SPD SL pedals come in at 285g and Dura Ace weigh 250g.

Can I use these cleats on a R088 shoe to...

Can I use these cleats on a R088 shoe to ride on D9000 pedals? Thanks,

Yes, that would work perfectly.

Do these cleats only work with the DA...

Do these cleats only work with the DA pedals? Since both the zero degree & +/- 6 degree fit Shimano's other SPD SL pedals, I have to assume that these do, too, but it's not specified here. Please advise. Thanks!

Sorry Davin, I should have elaborated a little more. Yes, they work with other SPD SL pedals not just the DA 9k.