Look S-Track DCS Cleats
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Look's DCS cleats have been optimally designed for excellent mud dispersal and gives a large contact surface between cleat and pedals. Supplied with wedges to increase or decrease shoe sole/pedal contact and are compatible with all types of soles.
Top Features of the Look S-Track DCS Cleats
- Technical data
- Entry / Release hardness: Hard or Easy
- Material: Injected Steel
- Angular movement: ± 3°
- Lateral movement: ± 1 MM
- Cleat release angle: 15°
- Weight: 34g per pair with screws
- Accessories: 2 Red 0.5mm Elastomer wedges, 2 Black 1mm Elastomer wedges, 2 Black 2mm Composite wedges, 4 screws + 4 Elastomer pads
The S-Track cleat offers a 200mm² of cleat-pedal contact surface in all circumstances using the 2 mm wedge but an additional shoe sole-pedal contact surface area of 460mm² can be achieved by a simple adjustment. The main advantage of this operation is the significant increase in the contact surface area (460mm²)for unequalled power transfer, which makes the S-Track a formidable XC weapon.
Adjustment of S-Track cleats procedure:
For the most demanding mountain bikers, a simple adjustment is possible by sliding the wedges of different thicknesses (0.5 mm - red - / 1 and 2 mm - black) under the cleat, without the need to remove it completely. This ensures that cleat height is adjusted to obtain perfect contact between the your shoes sole(regardless of the type of shoe) and the pedal.
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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