Duo Brand Resilite Pedals

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As stated, good for the pegless gent.

Rating:
The Good:

Good colors, wide body, grip well if you are a ramp rat.

The Bad:

Not cheap enough for how long they last. pins wear out so fast.

Overall Review:

At the time I had these I was just getting into grinding intensely. Just learning all the basic grinds. These were my first pair of pedals to ever be ran through by me. They lasted 3 mos. tops and I had to switch over to Merritt P1s which lasted me up until my new cranks Monday(about 8 mos. of riding) but they STILL have life in them. Buy yourself a better pedal, your shins, bike, and wallet will thank you later for it. If you don't grind get them if you want them.

do not buy

Rating:
The Good:

there good if you have wide feet, and they're pretty light

The Bad:

they slip a lot

Overall Review:

i wouldn't buy them, spend a little bit more money and buy some better pedals that are actually worth the price

Alright I guess...

Rating:
The Good:

Wide platform, light and cheap

The Bad:

No grip, awful bearings, wear down quickly.

Overall Review:

My mate was running these before me and we were riding along one day and the pedal body flew off, reluctantly I bought a set and the haven't shaken themselves to bits yet but they are worn, I guess I would recommend them to a pegless rider who just likes to flow around the bowl, but certainly not a 4 peg street dog.

ehhh there alright

Rating:
The Good:

they last long if u dont grind
pretty strong and big have a big platform

The Bad:

they have small pins
not the best grip

Overall Review:

they lasted me about 8 months witch is pretty good but i didnt grind then. i would recomend these for light riders who dont grind

Horrible pedals

Rating:
The Good:

Nothing other then the colors

The Bad:

They slip, no traction on them, and the break super easy

Overall Review:

Bad. I had them for not even a month and i had to get rid of them. Waste of my money

Huge pc pedals so pretty sick

Rating:
The Good:

Big pedals last pretty long for pc pedals

The Bad:

Boxy design so when you get a shinner it hurts

Overall Review:

Pretty good like all pc pedals they aren't going to last a few years so for pc pedals really good

Great for big feet

Rating:
The Good:

I like them because they have a flat, wide base for the pedal which is great , and i have that "locked" in feeling which i also love.

The Bad:

After my 3rd day of riding i smashed the bearings and the end cap came off and baring were all gone aha , manufactoring defect im assuming since the axles was "shifting"

Overall Review:

Overall i loved this pedals and would get them again , Great for defect ,and on the bad side , im sure what happend to me was just a defect.

Alright Pedals

Rating:
The Good:

They are nice and wide

The Bad:

the pins wear done easily

Overall Review:

alright could be better!

bad pedals

Rating:
The Good:

wide but thats it

The Bad:

the pins wear down fast and smashed pins on a dirt jump.

Overall Review:

get odyssey twisted pc they are better.

good for big feet

Rating:
The Good:

lite wieght and durable

The Bad:

the will go fast

Overall Review:

i would recamend to people with big feet and on a budget

Specifications

Product Duo Brand Resilite Pedals
Riding Type Freestyle
Type Plastic
Spindle Material 9/16" chromoly spindle
Colors black, blue, purple, red, or white
Weight 0 lb 14.3 oz (405 g)
Price $15.99
Miscellaneous 100% custom mold with micro-knurled concave surface
Lightweight nylon/fiberglass composite material to reduce brittleness and increase traction
Extra set of white DUO logo dust caps included
12 hexagonal pins per side
9/6" chromoly spindle
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