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Shimano SPD-SL Cleat Set

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    Step in with something new.

    Shimano’s SPD-SL Cleat Set includes two cleats and all the installation hardware you’ll need. The cleat set is compatible with all Shimano SPD-SL pedals, including the Dura-Ace PD-7810 and the Ultegra PD-6620 models. The SM-SH11s are the Black/Yellow floating cleats with 6 degrees of float—this is the stock cleat that comes with the Dura-Ace and Ultegra SL pedals. Or if you prefer a fixed cleat with no float, there is the option of Shimano’s Black/Red cleat, the SM-SH10.

    • Replacement cleats for Shimano SPD-SL pedals
    • Includes two cleats and all installation hardware
    • Black/Yellow floating cleat with 6 degrees of float
    • Black/Red fixed with zero float
    • Item #SHI0101

    Tech Specs

    (yellow) 6 deg, (red) 0 deg
    Shimano PD-7810, Shimano PD-6620
    Recommended Use

    Tech Specs

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    Gets the job done, well.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Not much to say about these other than that they are workhorses. I've always liked the red ones(fixed, no float) and each pair generally lasts me a couple seasons. I usually put about 7-8k miles per year so for a $20(on sale) cleat, I'm impressed.

    Awesome cleats

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Gotta say, I've never used clipless pedals before, but figuring these out was a breeze. Took me a couple minutes to attach them to the shoes and only another minute or two to learn how to clip and unclipped them.

    Shimano SPD SL Cleats

      Replacing your cleats is one of those small things that can really make a difference in your pedal stroke. Nobody likes a loose feel in their pedal stroke, and a brand new pair of cleats brings back a solid and confident feel. These do the job and are not very expensive.

      Pro Tip: to reduce wear an tear on one cleat, practice clipping out with a different foot each time you come to a stop, and avoid walking around whenever possible.

      Float don't Bloat

        The Yellow cleat gives you some floatability (but not an excessive amount), which for an avid mountain bike racer I am used to, and I like on the road as well. For road racers the red no float might be a better option depending.
        The cleats are great and allow no slip rubber so you don't skate on the kitchen tile floor, or in line at the coffee shop (if that's your bag).

        Arguably, pedal and cleat combinations are a function of price, and personal preference. IMO on the road they engage well with my Shimano Ultegra pedals and offer a firm, solid platform. I am pleased with the setup allowing me a nice setup for long days in the saddle, and shorter more intense training rides. Enjoy!

        Standard - tried and true

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Comes with new bolts/washers; great anti-slip yellow pads, and an extra wide platform. No brainer, a great cleat / pedal system, that's been used by millions for years now :)

        Standard - tried and true

        They work..........

          Not much one can talk about on cleats. These work and entry/exit are easily performed. My only complaint are the cleats are rather easily worn down depending if you walk alot on them or are able to walk on your heels. Either way they work with the Shimano pedals and are easily found and bought. Never had one to break to date and it has been 10 years using this system. 4 stars because nothing special here.

          Keep them on hand

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          SPD pedals are great, but the cleats do wear out in about 1,500 miles. Keep a pair of these on hand, when you put them on it will feel like you just got a fresh straight razor shave and haircut, thinks are just right and tight.

          Can't Complain

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          It would be hard to review a cleat system without mentioning their partner in crime, the pedals.

          I bought these to match up with some Ultegra pedals I picked up used. While we are in the dead of winter at the moment, I've managed to put a few miles on the system and can say that the upgrade was money well spend.

          I came from the Time system of pedals and these cleats feel slightly lower profile and "grippier" when not clipped in to the bike. This is good for avoiding the embarrassing floor slips that are especially common in the wet winter months.

          Engagement to the pedals is firm and obvious; you know when you are locked in. I elected for the yellow model as I prefer a bit of float in my cleat. Mounting hardware worked perfectly with my DMT shoes.

          Wear out fast

            In my experience these cleats wear out very quickly. The yellow parts either wear down or snap off. A few years ago I converted to these from SPD cleats and I'm thinking that wasn't the best idea.

            I think you are doing something wrong eve4518054. The way the cleat is designed, the yellow part is not a part of the functioning mechanism of the cleat/pedal; it is simply there to make the cleat more durable (seeing as most cyclists can't avoid walking in them).
            If the yellow parts are wearing down, I think you possibly walking in them too much. If the yellow parts are breaking off, perhaps you are putting your foot down and dragging the cleat on the ground before you come to a complete stop?
            I agree, SPD cleats are more durable as they are made of metal, however, the SPD-SL platform is much bigger and feels more stable.

            I just got a set of yellow SPD-SL cleats with the PD-5700C pedals (105), and after about 20 minutes worth of total use (i.e. a single quick test ride), one of the rear yellow tabs simply came off entirely. Wasn't even wearing the shoes when it happened. I expected them to wear down in time, but not to snap off completely after a single jaunt through the neighborhood. I will be contacting Shimano for a replacement. Hopefully this was an isolated incident.

            Pretty good cleat

              I have the yellow version and I agree with Matt, they are pretty comfortable for the knees. Sometimes when I am standing and really cranking the "float" can be a little disconcerting. But I have grown accustomed to it after about 800 miles. When these wear out I will probably try some Speedplay pedals.

              would these fit for SPD 5800 series? I have 105's peddles.

              What is the difference between fixed and floating? I ride fixed gear

              Best Answer

              Some people prefer a fixed cleat, some need float, and most people don't know because nearly all pedal/cleat systems are floating unless you request otherwise. If you do go with fixed cleats, alignment becomes much more critical. It also depends on your personal physical characteristics and bike setup.

              Are these cleats compatible with the 9000...

              Are these cleats compatible with the 9000 D/A pedals?


              I am getting some SIDI 3-hole compatible...

              I am getting some SIDI 3-hole compatible shoes and want to use these at the Y with their SPD pedals: Schwinn Triple-Link. Will this cleat set work, maybe with an adaptor, or not?

              I am getting some SIDI 3-hole compatible...

              Does anyone know where I can get cleat...

              Does anyone know where I can get cleat covers for these?The outside yellow pads have already worn away and I've only had the shoes about 2 months.

              does this cleat mount to the 3 hold...

              does this cleat mount to the 3 hold (triangle) type shoes?

              Yep, just make sure that you have Shimano SPD-SL pedals, too.I highly, highly recommend the FLOATING version of this cleat. 99% of the riders on the road should be using the floating cleat! The fixed version of this cleat is for those that have had their bio-mechanic's dialed in. If the "average joe" puts the fixed version on their own shoes, it could result in knee issues. Bottom line - go with the floating version! (Yellow one)