Eastern Bikes Alloy & Magnesium Pedals

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Really Grippy

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They're nice and grippy, look good, and the pins hold up great.

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Unsealed, and spin really fast. Of course shinners hurt, but they're gonna hurt no matter what metal pedal you use.

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The pair I have is around 9 years old and still in really good shape, considering how old they are. If you've got the chance to pick up a pair for cheap, go for it.

they grip to much

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there ok if u get sealed kinda light

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they wont let u move ur feet around they will rip the hell out of ur legs and if u pedal drop they make u push harder off the coping

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dont get them them u will wish u didnt.

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these pedals have insane grip

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they suck i broke one of doing a 360 off a three stair

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Pretty nice, i have red but they hurt like a son of a bitch when u take a shinner....

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i like the feel .. i didnt have any issues with pins falling out or anything ... alloy sealed pedal .. right pedal has had an annoying squeak for as long as ive owned them. i dont notice it when i ride, but if the cats tail or one of the kids bumps them its really loud

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half the pins fell out

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I used to have these i didnt like them to much there a lil heavy the pins go down to fast, but other than that there good good grip good base for the foot there not all wide and shit like those heavy ass primo pedals

Specifications

Product Eastern Bikes Alloy & Magnesium Pedals
Riding Type Freestyle
Type Metal
Spindle Material 9/16", Available in Sealed or Unsealed Bearing
Colors Black, Blue, Purple, Red, White, Gold
Weight
  • 1 lb 7 oz (652 g)
  • 1 lb 2 oz (510 g)
Price N/A
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