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HT ComponentsLeopard M1 Pedals

$155.00

Item # HTO000Q

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Description

Clip in.

HT Components may be more widely known for its DH-inspired offerings, but they make sure to include the gram-counting cross-country and all-mountain riders with its Leopard M1 Pedals. Made from light yet durable extruded and CNC machined aluminum, these pedals turn smooth and provide sturdy support as you crush climbs and thread hairpin descents.

  • A clipless pedal for the trails
  • Designed light yet strong for XC and all mountain riding
  • Durable aluminum construction
  • Smooth EVO+ bearings

Tech Specs
Materialaluminum
CleatsX1/X1F
Recommended Usemountain bike
Weight

Claimed Weight

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[pedals, pair] 298g, [cleats, pair] 48g

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

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    >Rating: 5

    Upgrade from Shimano SPD to HT

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    I got the HT T1 pedals to replace my XTR trail pedals and then I got these to replace my XTR M9000 pedals. See my review on the HT T1 to get the full scoop on how much I like the HT interface>

    Do you just step into these like Time ATAC or Crank Bros, or do you have to 'toe in' like Shimano?

    >Rating: 5

    Super easy to use and smooth

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    These pedals are great. I have been using them for a couple years now and really like them. They are easy to clip in like an crankbrother, but have the durability of a shimano pedal. At first the bearing felt a bit stiff, but after some time on it they broke in a spin super easy. There is less resistance than shimano or crank brothers.

    Do you just step into these like Time ATAC or Crank Bros, or do you have to 'toe in' like Shimano?

    Hey Ron, You still have to toe into these pedals. Similar to Shimano, but feel like a Crankbrother when clipped in.