• 11-21-2012
    KillingtonVT
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    Crampon Ultimates - New Colors!!!
    Ten colors... We got you covered!!!
  • 11-22-2012
    supramk388
    thx 4 the update
    I will take a set of purple ASAP! :D Money sent.
  • 11-22-2012
    Q-TECH
    You have PM
  • 11-22-2012
    dynamicz
    I'm throwing money at my screen but nothing's happening.
  • 11-22-2012
    kdiff
    Huh, I talked you guys on the phone around the end of August and was told to send an email to get on the waiting/notification list since you were sold out....so much for a notification saying the blues are in stock. :-/
  • 11-22-2012
    1962
    the pedals look nice, wonder if they perform better than my deity pedals ?...ralph
  • 11-23-2012
    Calhoun
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by dynamicz View Post
    I'm throwing money at my screen but nothing's happening.

    Ha!


    Canfield Bros, I love these pedals and i think the colours are sick. Luckily you didn't make a set in raw because then I would have to buy a third pair!
  • 11-23-2012
    evasive
    I like the dark blue- that would match my Hope hubs better than the lighter blue ones I got out of the first run.
  • 11-23-2012
    Hoka Hey
    1962- I rode my 2 bikes side by side yesterday on a short 3 mile ride with about 1300' of ascent and descent. My Transition Bandit has Deity pedals and My Yelli has Crampon Ultimates. There was a fair amount of shallow crusty and icy snow up high. No doubt the Crampons were the pedals I wanted to be on. The Deity were quite a bit slicker especially when things got wet. My first impression with the crampons were that I would change the pins for shorter but after plenty of use I wouldn't. I do lose a fair amount of pins due to pedal strike which kind of sucks.
  • 11-28-2012
    1962
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Hoka Hey View Post
    1962- I rode my 2 bikes side by side yesterday on a short 3 mile ride with about 1300' of ascent and descent. My Transition Bandit has Deity pedals and My Yelli has Crampon Ultimates. There was a fair amount of shallow crusty and icy snow up high. No doubt the Crampons were the pedals I wanted to be on. The Deity were quite a bit slicker especially when things got wet. My first impression with the crampons were that I would change the pins for shorter but after plenty of use I wouldn't. I do lose a fair amount of pins due to pedal strike which kind of sucks.

    ...thanks alot for the info, i really like my deity decoy pedals. i think you can add longer pins to them, i think my next pedals might be crampons. thanks again...ralph
  • 12-03-2012
    coke
    I switched to these from Diety compounds. My feet don't slip near as much as they used to. The rounded ends on the pins also seem to be a little more forgiving on shins (installed opposite of what's shown above).