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The new Crank Brothers enduro specific pedal, from the makers of the popular Mallet DH.
The Crank Brothers Mallet E is the top model for aggressive enduro racing and all-day-in-the-saddle epics. The pedal body is extruded from 6061 aircraft grade T6 alloy, then shot peened and hard anodised. The clipless "wings" on the Mallet E are made from durable 300 series stainless steel.
Adjustable "Traction Pad" system. Tune the pedal height with removable traction pads(1 and 2mm supplied) and pins . This allows riders to adjust the friction between the shoe/pedal interface to suit your preferences and shoes.
Chamfered sides to deflect sneaky stumps hiding in the bushes - reducing those unexpected over-the-bars excursions.
Swappable cleats give 15° or 20° release angle.
419 g per pair
Differences from the Mallet DH:
5mm narrower Q-factor (distance from axle shoulder to centre of cleat). Improves efficiency and assists in negotiating tight single track sections.
12% smaller pedal surface area - better suited for trail/enduro shoes
50 g lighter - no shuttles in (most) enduro races right?
2 fewer pins on rear section of the pedal make re-entry easier
Improvements over previous models:
Enduro cartridge bearings (outer) for high thrust loads - Improved longevity between service intervals
Igus LL glide bearing (inner) - Exclusive technical material for longer life between services
Added double lip seal and additional external seal. More seals = longer life
What's in the box:
One set of Mallet E pedals
Two premium brass cleats with shims
Four cleat bolts
1mm and 2mm traction pads
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