Look Keo Grip Cleats
Look Keo Grip Cleats
Look Keo Grip Cleats
Top Features of the Look Keo Grip Cleats
The new Look KéO Grip anti-slip cleat. It is safer as well as being compatible with the entire KéO range. The TPU pieces helps to reduce the chances of slipping while walking.
- Large platform
- Memory clip
- Safe releasing
- 3 float options:
- Red: 9 degree movement
- Grey: 4.5 degree movement
- Black: 0 degree movement
The new KéO Grip cleats are non-slip and thus more reassuring when one gets off the bike. The material found at each end of the cleat helps to also provide a stronger inerface between the cleat and the shoe sole. This is particularly appreciable when using carbon soles.
The memory position is another asset of the KéO cleats. This feature allows for a quick cleat replacement into the exact same position that your original cleat was placed. Compatible with all the shoes on the market, the KéO standard was designed with the goal of minimizing the weight and the bulk of the cleat/pedal unit.
The operational kinematics are identical to the Delta standard. Engagement and disengagement are consistent, maintaining Look's famous stability and efficiency.
About Pedal Cleats
Pedal cleats are the metal or plastic item that attaches to the sole of your cycling shoe and clips into your pedals. Most shoes will accept most popular cleats (MTB shoes will take MTB cleats and Road shoes, Road cleats) but some may require adaptors. You need the exact cleat to match your pedals although some have either single release (twist outwards) or multi-release (twist in either direction) options. Cleats feature 'float', this is the amount of natural movement your joints require your ankle to move during the pedal stroke and is an important factor.
About the Look brand
Visionary in creating the first automatic pedal in 1984, LOOK has always stood for passion, innovation, and performance. Their portfolio of riders is like no other including legends like Hinault, Lemond, Bugno, Boardman and Laurent Jalabert. LOOK products enhance performance with maximum style. Over 35 people work within LOOKs research and development department including world-class rider Laurent Jalabert. LOOK engineers have worked with composite material for over twenty years; they built the first monobloc carbon frame and monobloc carbon forks. Enthusiast, Road Racer, Triathlete or Dualthlete, LOOK is the brand to take your performance to that next level.
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black no movement
grey a bit of play
red most movement
The cleats have a small plastic 'plate' that fits in between the shoe and the cleat.
When you fit the cleat, you set it up in the correct position (the hard way!). Once you're happy that your cleat is in the correct place, you add a fourth crew to clamp the memory plate in place.
When you remove the cleat, you only undo the three fixing screws, and, in removing the cleat, the memory plate (still screwed to the shoe) remains behind.
Putting a new cleat back on, you locate the cleat onto the memory plate, then clamp it all with the three fixing bolts. Hey-presto! Your new cleat is in the same place as your old cleat.
As I said, though, your shoe needs to support this. Mine doesn't, so I just mark the outline of my cleat with some Tippex! :-)
I seem to remember sticking a cleat outline around the cleat before removing the old one and then fitting the new one into the "shape". Those are the 2 methods I've used with Look cleats.
Any Keo cleat will fit any Keo pedal, just be sure to get the right one for your needs - general road riders normally want some float (the grey ones)
My first pair of cleats had no float at all, so they were 'locked' in place (and you really need to make sure your cleats are positioned correctly!).
When I recently changed my pedals, the supplied cleats had 3 degrees (I think!) float. I didn't realise this until I started using them, but I like it. It means that you can swivel your foot +/- 3 degrees while you cycle. It doesn't affect your peddling, per se, but the slight shift allows you to adjust your position as you ride...
More recent models seem better sized and longer leg with tighter grippers.
So now go for your current size but be prepared to exchange for next size.
On the other hand they do become more flexible and comfortable with wear. Also they warn you that they are designed for the bike position - and can be very uncomfortable when standing - especially when new.
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