Shimano Saint PD-MX80 Pedal

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $120.00

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Product Description

Shimano Saint MX80 DH pedal. The MX80 features a slim, low profile design to minimize pedal strike. Shimano added a wider cage to accommodate non-cleated shoes and easy to install replaceable grip pins. The axle is made of durable Cromoly with sealed ball

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Miles Whitman

Date Reviewed: November 2, 2013

Strengths:    Price! Tough; Look classy, and can fit any color bike. Also, scratches are not obvious due to the silver color; Plenty grippy. Adjustable pin length via removable washers. Perfect sized platform for my relatively thin feet (could be a weakness if you are Sasquatch)

Weaknesses:    A little heavy (not bad for downhill, tough as nails pedals) and thick (if you like the look of super thin pedals, don't get these); Pins are shorter than I'd like, even after removing the washers, but with proper shoes it's not a big issue.

Bottom Line:   
These pedals are an incredible bargain at $64US. I have been using them all season and aside from minor scratches, they are just as good as the day I put them on my bike. Even the scratches are not eye-catching due to the silver, industrial-looking color. The gold spindle adds some nice flare. My only real complaint is the length of the pins, which, with proper MTB shoes would not be an issue, but with my crappy Vans I find myself re-positioning a lot. Also, some might find them a bit too heavy and thick, but as they are downhill pedals, weight isn't a big concern in my opinion. The thickness hasn't caused me any problems, though if you like the look for thin pedals, these might not be what you're looking for

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