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Crank BrothersZero Float Cleats

Sale 37% Off$16.99 - $18.89

Item # CRN001J

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  • Gold, 0 Degree Float ($18.89)
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Item # CRN001J

Zero Float Cleats

Some folks, especially those who have injured knees or ankles, enjoy a little bit of float in their pedals. Others prefer a solid attachment to their pedals. Crank Brothers’ Zero Float Cleats are made for the latter.

  • Zero float cleats for Crank Brothers clip-in pedals
  • Zero float offers greater security and pedal efficiency
  • Premium strength brass is built to last
  • Cleat allows 2.2mm of left/right adjustment
  • Includes cleats, bolts, and plastic shims

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Tech Specs
premium brass
2-hole MTB shoes, all Crank Brothers clip-in pedals
Recommended Use
mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Actual Weight

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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    What do you think about this product?


    >Rating: 5

    As expected

    I've used it several times

    Zero float as stated. Great feel and secure hold on pedals. Different bolts are included to make the perfect fit on your shoes.

    >Rating: 5

    Good product just not for me..

    I've used it several times

    I thought I would try the no float versions of the cleats. Turns out I like a little float. I could not get used to the fact that I have a fairly sloppy pedal stroke. My shoe came unclipped several times when i came to stop. Normally I stay clipped in on my right foot and place my left on the ground when coming to a stop, well on several occasions my right foot would just pop out. I clearly pivot my foot more than I thought causing it to release. I ordered a set of normal float cleats and the problem went away. All good now. I would think these would be good for someone who is cautious and is afraid to be locked onto the pedal, and wishing for a quicker release.

    >Rating: 5

    Zero float

    My son wanted to try the Zero Float cleat. So far, so good...

    >Rating: 4

    Locked in

    I don't think a true zero float is possible with a Crank Bros, but these have less play than their standard cleat.