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Crank BrothersZero Float Cleats
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Item # CRN001J

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Item # CRN001J

Become a Hero with the Zero.

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.


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Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
premium brass
Compatible Components
2-hole MTB shoes
Recommended Use
mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Actual Weight

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Gold, 0 Degree Float
Silver, 0 Degree Float

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As expected

  • Familiarity: 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.

Good product just not for me..

  • Familiarity: 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.

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