These Ultegra 6700 pedals are in the new stealth grey finish as seen on the new Ultegra groupset. Built with an extra-wide platform that reduces lateral rocking for a solid interface, they also feature a stainless steel pedal body cover, wide bearing placement for uniform load distribution, large binding target for quick engagement, and adjustable entry and release tension adjuster which allows custom settings. Great whether you're racing or just out for a ride.
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I haven't had road-bike specific pedals in 20 years (been using my mtn bike pedals on the road). I finally broke down and got some road-specific pedals and shoes. I bought the PD-6700 because of affordability but is still designed like the much more expensive Shimano pedals. I found the 6700's to be just as good for a lot less money! Function and design are perfect, like all Shimano products. Easy to use and adjust also!
I bought these for a specialized sirrus elite. This is the first time ive used cleats and Im pretty happy with them so far. Very stable and durable. As someone who's taller, the slightly larger size makes them easier to clip in and out of and provides a lot of stability, especially on hills. It only took me about 20 minutes of practice to get comfortable with them. As someone who rides about 80-100 miles a week, Im glad i went with metal instead of the $50 plastic pedals.