Compatible with three bolt road shoes, the Shimano SPD-SL Replacement Cycling Cleats allow for smooth entry and exit action. The blue cleat offers 2° of float for added comfort and improved balance, whilst the yellow cleat offers 6° of float, making it ideal for cyclists whose feet naturally move when pedalling. The wear indicator tips will also let you know when your cleats needs replacing. - L.M.
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I have to say the Shimano cleat system is light, cheap and it works. If you need a cleat system that you don't not want to spend $200 this is the way to go. I do have to say that these cleats do not last very long. I am a weekend rider and I have to say they usually only last me about 3 to 6 months. I did find a trick to make my cleats last a little longer. Instead of replacing both, one is usually worn out more than the other, I just rotate the cleats and put the less used one on the foot with the one that has been used more. This way you can get full use out of both cleats which also saves you $ in the end.
I have used this type of cleat almost exclusively over the years. It has a large platform that makes me feel more secure when out of the saddle and climbing. With the sale, these were about half the cost I've paid for domestic replacement cleats.
When it comes to pedals I find these OEM replacements the best. Also nice that they came with all the spacers and screws needed to replace old worn parts.
Came fast and could not beat the price
Not much to review, if you have the pedals, you need the cleats. I like this system, have used for years, works great, not too fussy.
I've been using Shimano pedals and cleats as long as I can remember. The cleats are great that when Shimano updated their pedals, the cleats stayed the same so I don't have to fork out $$ for 3 sets of cleats. I've used PD540, PD6600 and PD6700. They all work well.
Sometimes I wonder why does shimano not bring out cleat covers like Look or Speedplay? But anyway, it's never a deal breaker