wow they are super light and average priced!Herm99 said:Tioga surefoot 8, i wasn't able to find anything lighter then these and they grip like a mofo, and look sick as well.
The picture below doesn't show the studs they come with, 2 different sets, spikey studs and flat studs, im currently using the flat studs, they are unbelievably awesome.
yep, i paid about $80 when i got them, so thats a great price. They are also insanely strong, i have put them threw the ringers and remain completely true and somehow they have not even chipped....amazing platforms, best i've ever used by a huge margin.marktomin said:wow they are super light and average priced!
OOOkay, and this advice is coming from a guy who doesn't own 5.10's but has an opinion of them (too sticky and clunky) in the "for all of you who prefer flat pedals" thread?!gop427 said:Wow, wah-wahs are your benchmark? Not hard to suggest a better pedal. I don't know the weight of the wah-wahs, and pedal weight should not be deal breaker, they're pedals, not wheels, tires, or other heavy noticable parts. The first pedal I am posting is an NYC Gloryhole, my personal fav. In the sec pic you can see it compared to an easton and a shimano dx(good, but small). Its about a 150grams heavier than my first runner-up. The other pedal is the, Twenty6 Componets Rallye pedals. To each their own, pedals are a personal thing, I have tried the wah-wahs, and thought they were beat. The spindle was noticable, like standing on a speed-bump, very similiar to those new Diety pedals. Thats my 2 cents.
PS, I don't wear 5-10 shoes, just reg, plainjane skate shoes.
Let me clarify, I have tried 510s, but don't use them, because they are too grippy and CLUNKY. I would sooner purchase a good set of pedals, and wear the shoes I already wear than buy those slabs of rubber to make up for a mediocre set of pedals.Gman086 said:OOOkay, and this advice is coming from a guy who doesn't own 5.10's but has an opinion of them (too sticky and clunky) in the "for all of you who prefer flat pedals" thread?!
Wah wahs and their sister pedal - Diety Decoy are among the best pedals out there. Their thinner design provide more control by lowering your c of g and giving you more clearance. I've tried a lot of pedals and there's NO comparison!
synnie - you might like the Decoy's better, slightly better built/pin design but probably not worth swapping unless you have jingo burning a hole in your pocket. In the future, I would suggest posting on the DH/FR forum for far more knowledgable advice for DH/FR related components.
PS - Easton Flatboys for sale !