Crankbrothers Stamp 1 Small Flat Pedal - red

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Description of Crankbrothers Stamp 1 Small Flat Pedal - red

The optimal interface between pedal & shoe.

Introducing the Stamp: Crankbrothers analyzed outsole profiles from the top mountain bike shoe brands. They discovered two distinct surface areas to optimize the shoe/pedal interface for the entire range of shoe sizes. Crankbrothers designed a pedal with minimum profile and maximum concavity.

The Stamp 1 MTB pedal is characterized by its high-quality composite body. The concave platform with replaceable pins holds the foot securely in position. The combination of an igus LL-glide bearing with an Enduro cartridge bearing and elaborate sealing provides superior performance and reliability.

Details of the Crankbrothers Stamp 1 pedal:

  • spindle material: chromoly steel
  • body material: composite
  • inner bearing type: igus LL-glide bearing
  • outer bearing type: Enduro cartridge bearing
  • internal and external seal system
  • footprint: 100 x 100 mm
  • minimal profile height: 13 mm
  • pins: 9 per side, adjustable
  • compatible shoe size: 5-10 (US) / 37-43 (EU)
  • weight: 299 grams (pair)

Included in delivery: 1 pair of pedals incl. pins
Weight supplement: pair | manufacturer's specs
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Fact Sheet of Crankbrothers Stamp 1 Small Flat Pedal - red

Product Name: Crankbrothers Stamp 1 Small Flat Pedal - red
Manufacturer: Crankbrothers
Item Code: CRB391991
activity: Bike
dimensions (l/w/h): 100/100/13mm
usage bikesport: MTB
pedal (MTB) version: Flat Pedal
plattform size: 100 x 100mm
Model year: 2020
Color: Red
weight: 299g
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Anonymous Apr. 12th 2020

Otherwise ok, but the pedal axle can be clearly felt underneath the foot. It is quite uncomfortable. I sold the pedals for pennies.
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