Clipless pedals DH/enduro Crank Brothers Mallet 3

Clipless pedals DH/enduro Crank Brothers Mallet 3

MTB CrankBrothers Mallet 3 Enduro and DH clipless pedals

Do you want to know how the Crankbrothers Mallet 3 mountain bike pedals differ? Its bar end system allows to combine between clipless and flat peldas. Its innovative technology resides in a hitch with the cleats a little hidden underneath the pedal body, which allows you to choose the rider at all times in what position you want to wear the shoe. In addition, its speed and ease of finding the anchorage makes it one of the preferred by the best riders of Enduro, Freeride and DH.

They are manufactured with a full suspension sealing system and Premium bearings, with titanium side parts and the central body of the aluminium flat. the shaft is chromoly steel. This combination allows to create an clipless pedal with high stiffness and a reduced weight. If we add a bold and beautiful design and a consistent grip with the shoe we will get the perfect pedal.

Its external coating of the Crankbrothers Mallet 3 has been designed to minimize wear and tear and mileage. On the other hand, it incorporates tacos to change according to the time and thus not to compromise the grip. Possibility to adjust the tension and the angle of release. On the scale give a total weight of 499 grams the torque. Colors: Black, red, white, grey. Usable with Premium cleats.

Clipless pedals DH/enduro Crank Brothers Mallet 3 / Crank Brothers

From 84.49 EUR to 114.75 EUR

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