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've used the yellow Shimano cleats for many years and always find them reliable and easy to use.These do the job perfectly!
does the job as stated it would do
Very good value, easy to fit and so far very durable. Suspect I will be buying a lot of these over the coming years!
These are the perfect SPD-SL replacements. Made by shimano. Don't be fooled by cheaper alternatives. These come with all bolts you need too.
Work the same as the original ones did. Happy with the performance.
These cleats were the cheapest i have seen on-line so i had to have a spare pair as they wear out fairly quick if you walk on the tarmac.
Excellent value-super fast delivery and a thoughtful extra!
Can't say much. Critical component so wasn't prepared to take a punt on some of the far eastern ebay versions which I assumed were fakes. These were the cheapest I found. Also check the 0 float red versions.
Needed these to replace my previous set which had only lasted 4.5 months, although I do average around 130 miles per week. I have purchased some cleatskins now too so hopefully this set will last a little longer! Best price I found was with PBK who also offer good service levels and prompt dispatch.
If you've worn out your old cleats, you're going to need these. Do as little walking in them as possible though, or use cleat covers, because asphalt eats these suckers up.
They last 4-6 months. clip in and stay in well.
I dont have perfect knees and with the 6 degree float they allow my foot a nice natural movment pattern. Cant ask for more!
You're able to walk fairly well in these cleats. They work all Shimano's SPD-SL pedals and they don't wear out quickly.
They need to be tightened down otherwise they'll need re-alignment. I walked around in mine quite a bit so they wore down. Cleat covers would have been nice. The "float" gives me plenty of space to move around. Overall good buy.
Great cleats. The only thing missing is a system that makes replacing new cleats easier to setup identical to the ones you're taking out without the need for marking the shoe soles or outlining.
These are the same cleats as would have come with your SPD pedals, so you will enjoy the same locked in, zero rock feel that you enjoyed originally. Since these are 1-to-1 replacements for you originals, you don't have to worry about resetting the release tension on your pedal either, unless you tweaked the tension screw in the pedal as your old cleats wore down.
The little bit of soft rubber on the cleat provides some welcome traction if you every ride in the wet or risk walking across the polished concrete floor of your local cafe.
I suppose that the only thing to really discuss is float. Unless you have your cleats perfectly aligned, zero-float presents some concerning ergonomic issues for your knee & hip. Even then, were you to get your cleats professionally aligned, what I've noticed is that after two or three months of clipping & unclipping, my cleat has rotated slightly & needs to be realigned. It's hard to know the exact cause of this & to a point it doesn't matter because some shift in the alignment is almost unavoidable (unless your pedal release tension is set very low, in which case watch out for accidental release). After three months your formerly perfectly aligned cleat may no longer be so perfect & without any float, your knee & hip are having to accommodate the awkward angle & you may be well on your way to an RUI.
I purchased the yellow ones with the 6 degree float for my second pair of road shoes. They were identical to the ones that came with my Shimano R540 SPD-SL Pedals, hence no compatibility issues. The item comes with everything you need (minus the hex key...but if you're a cyclist your multitool kit will have the right one). Instructions for installation are straight forward, and explanation on how to determine if your cleats are worn out are clear.
The yellow portions, in addition to acting as a wear indicator, provide great traction, so you won't go slipping across the floor of your favorite coffee shop when you stop by for a break.
Side note: Prior to removing you're original cleats, I would recommend tracing or outlining its position on the bottom of your shoes. This will help in positioning your new cleats, and minimizing the need for tweaking.