Item # CRN003M
Crank Brothers Stamp 7 Pedals $150.00
A platform to stand on.
Charging down the mountain on flats can offer you a certain degree of versatility and play, but often times at the cost of security. Fortunately, Crank Brothers puts the time and effort into creating a pedal that keeps you locked in and solid with the Stamp 7 Pedals. With 10 adjustable pins that grab onto your shoe, and two different sizes to accommodate different foot sizes, so you can be sure to ride with the perfect fit, keeping you more secure than ever.
These size-specific pro-level pedals are designed to fit a size 5 to 10 shoe in size Small, or 10+ in Large. Their concave design is perfect for keeping your tread locked into place, and come in low profile, at only 11-13mm thick. While they are constructed from the same sturdy Chromoly Steel spindle and forged aluminum body as their sibling, the Stamp 3, they manage to come in at a lighter weight due to upgraded inner and outer igus LL-Glide bearings. This means a smoother rotation with every pedal stroke, and a few less grams to lug up the mountain when it's time to put the hammer down.
- Burly and secure platform pedals with a low-profile design
- 6061-T6 aluminum for rugged durability on the trail
- Upgraded igus LL-glide bearings for a smoother spindle feel
- 10 adjustable traction pads per side for extra grip
- Slightly concave design keeps feet from sliding off
- Small works best for 5-10 size feet
- Large is for riders with 10+ feet
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Good platform, but too close to crank
The pedal is great and gets the job done. The large size will make sure you don't miss your strokes. The pedal itself installs too close to the crank, so be aware there is no long spindle in these pedals.
Stamp it out.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I wear a size 10 shoe and picked up the small version of the Stamp 7 pedals. I was anxious to try something a little bit thinner than my Vaults as I was getting a lot of pedal strikes. First thing you are going to want to do with the stamps is turn the grub screws out about 2-3 turns. They just don't stick up enough to offer the kind of grip I was looking for. I tend to spin a higher cadence on the bike and when I get in to some pedally tech features my feet will slip off. My only other complaint is that I would like to see a longer spindle to move the pedal just a little bit farther away from the crank arm. The fit and finish is excellent and I really like the look of them. We'll see how they pan out over the next few months