Premium Products Plastic Thin Pedals

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Great for flatlanders! Not so great for street!

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The Good:

As a flatlander, I love these thin pedals. They give a good feeling on pedal tricks. The grip is just enough. Pins dont hurt your knees too much...

The Bad:

I wouldnt ride them as street rider. Thin pedals will always crack at some point. So better go with magnesium or aluminium bodies for street. Or a thicker plastic pedal.

Overall Review:

You just have to know where to use them. They're perfect for flatlanders, but too thin for hard street riding and big drops.

I wouldnt trust them there....

But for me they're perfect. And finally a BMX pedal with no annoying wrench clamping systems

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The Good:

Smooth, light, sometimes grippy, easy and cheap to replace bodies.

The Bad:

The pins break a lot.

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I trust these pedals so much, I'll probably try to ride/buy them for ever.

like them

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The Good:

look good and feel good

The Bad:

noting at all

Overall Review:

nice strong pedles best plastc pedles

You could buy way better pedals for the money

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The Good:

The look is super clean and seem like good slim pedals

The Bad:

They break and fall apart and they cost too much

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Dont buy these for what they cost you could buy a couple other pedals that will last a lot longer.

These pedals suck !

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The Good:

They have a nice look and they seem strong but really they suck .

The Bad:

The body of the pedals break alot and the end caps unscrew easily don't waste your money on these pedals .

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Worst Pedals ! get the metal ones .

Alright Pedals

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The Good:

Light,Can replace with metal pins

The Bad:

price ,pins fall off easy,when tighting the body when they get loose can easily be stripped!

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Good,Park pedals! Light, Not cheap, pins fall off easy af! there alright pedals! invest in the metal ones and they will last forever!!!

Okay pedals

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The Good:

Replaceable bodies
The replacement bodies are not a lot of money to replace
Only seal-able plastic pedals

The Bad:

30 dollars for the seal able pedals
Spindle bends semi easily
cracked bolth pedals at once. (clear) and then one black boddie

Overall Review:

I got these for free so im not complaining but i really dont like these after riding other pedals.

laammmeeeeeee

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The Good:

nothinggggg

The Bad:

they wouldnt stay together when i changed the pedal bodies and just fell apart

Overall Review:

they looked and sounded cool just broke apart on me

Pedals only for looks

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The Good:

Nice and light

The Bad:

Pins wear out fast and replacements brake easy

Overall Review:

The pedals wear out fast and when i replaced the body they broke after one session of ridding. These pedals suck!!!!!!

worst peddles ever.....

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The Good:

they grip well, bout it.

The Bad:

snapped both of the peddle boddies while 180 gapping, within 3 hours of putting them on.

Overall Review:

waste of money do not get.

Specifications

Product Premium Products Plastic Thin Pedals
Riding Type Freestyle
Type Plastic
Spindle Material Low-profile precision CNC machined chromoly spindles
Colors Black, Red, Clear, Translucent Black & Translucent Gold
Weight 0 lb 11.2 oz (318 g)
Price $26.99
Miscellaneous Ultra thin with mico knurling, this pedal gives you a the feeling of a $100 pedal for a fraction of the cost. It stands out as the only plastic pedal on the market with a high end spindle. Pedal bodies are cheap to replace, so once you have one pair you can keep the spindle and just replace the bodies.
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