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Crank Brothers Stamp 3 Pedals

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    14 Reviews


    Elite platform pedals.

    Regardless if you're new to mountain biking or a top-level rider seeking a solid pedal for dissecting technical terrain at high speeds, the Crank Brothers Stamp 3 Pedals perform admirably with their size-specific design, bombproof durability, and ten adjustable pins for greater traction. The Stamp 3 Pedals are available in both small and large versions, with the small accommodating riders with feet sized five to ten and the large working best for riders rocking feet larger than size ten.

    6061-T6 aluminum maintains rugged durability from rock strikes and accidental bashings on the trail, while the premium bearings and seal system keep nasty grit and muck from compromising their smooth feel over time. Since they're only 16-millimeters thick, you'll find they're not as chunky as older platforms from the past, with a slightly concave design hugging your shoe, so it doesn't accidentally slip off.

    • Rock-solid platform pedal with razor-thin design
    • 6061-T6 aluminum for rugged durability on the trail
    • Premium bearings, seal system for smooth-spinning feel
    • 10 adjustable traction pads per side for extra grip
    • Slightly concave design keeps feet from sliding off
    • Small works best for 5-10 size feet
    • Large is for riders with 10+ feet
    • Item #CRN003N

    Tech Specs

    [body] forged 6061-T6 aluminum, [spindle] forged scm 435 chromoly steel
    Removable Pins
    10 adjustable pins per side
    Pedal Wrench Type
    8mm allen key
    Claimed Weight
    [small, pair] 399g, [large, pair] 455g
    Recommended Use
    enduro, trail
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    My guess is that young bucks, and young does alike, MTBers will be happy with these, but you'll have to get that sorta snort directly from the horse's mouth.

    I bought Stamp 3s for my road bike switch out, because of their large flat pedal platform - the goal being to get as close as possible to bridging my foot arch footbed, as a pre-emptive lower extremities injuries prevention move. - so far, so good for the ol' fart, there.

    The size Large is indeed big boned; And the blue matches my mysteriously beautiful eyes. If I had my druthers, I'd druther more oomph on the length than the width side, however, the Crankbrothers'n'sisters were smart enough to know that my druthets woulda killed-off the mountain bike applications not like a forested clear-cut.

    One supposes you will probable strike sizeable rocks, now and again, and maybe pedal-shovel some minor landscaping here and there, 'cause I've scraped curbs a couple/few times [Note: I have, ever so gracefully, avoided all kerbs, to date, by way of not surviving under any British Mandates illusions.].

    Their grip impresses as if a wouldbe jilted lover refusing to be jilted.

    In point of fact, I only have one real grip-gripe about my Stamp3s, and it's pretty much industry-wide with all the better quality flat pedals, which is:

    None of them welcome strapless toe clips, such as Zefal's or Delta's, without major surgery - which I'm considering, or thinking about a move down to lesser quality flat pedals, because I want the toe clips as a guide for my feet, which are constantly traffickng on and off the pedals and seldom finding themselves - feet have souls, you know - back footing the same place without some readjustment hassles.

    Still, I have very serious doubts about your regreting getting them'n'thar stick-to-it-if-fitness.

    Take care,
    p.s. I also bought a sonic deer whistle, for a song, at a hardware store going out of business sale - great for downhillers, since the dang thing only starts hummin' along at 35mph.

    Great pedals!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    After I got my first MTB, I wanted to make sure I got a set of pedals that will last a long time and provide plenty of grip for my beginner skill level. After reading reviews, I determined this would be a good set and I am not disappointed. I wear size 7.5 shoe and got the small and it is perfect for my foot.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Great flat pedal option with a large super sticky platform at a much lower price point than some of the other options. Can't go wrong with them if you don't want your feet to move around on you.

    Solid pedal

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are my first pair of flat pedals and decided to got with Crank Bros because they have a solid reputation for making good ones. Everyone always told me that good flats with good shoes gripped as well clips. I have found that to be true with these IF you have good technique. When I first switched over I did not and got thrown off the pedals many times before I figured it out. Just keep your weight back, your butt off the seat and your heels down and you will stick to these like glue.

    The only other thing I would add is that they are a little bit thicker than they appear on the website. Other than that these things are awesome.

    Calling the size "small" is misleading as they're still pretty big. If you have average sized feet don't hesitate about going for the "small."

    Crankbros did it again!!!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got these pedals in the size large because I have size 12 feet and love to get a bit rowdy. With this platform I never have to worry about directing my feet back to the pedals after getting rowdy. They are very aesthetically pleasing and the bearings are smooth as day! The pins that come with the pedals are huge and slipping the pedal is near impossible. Pair these with some Five ten shoes and you are set!


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These pedals are very robust and sturdy. I got size large and there is plenty of surface area for your foot. I feel very stable when riding. Because of the large size, you will probably scrape the pedals on rocks and things. Not a big deal, but they are designed to take a good beating.

    Awesome pedals

      I just bought these - for the price they are awesome. In talking with a friend who mountain bikes almost daily, he said you can't go wrong with a solid aluminum flat pedal. I bought these because I like the design, and the color (I bought blue), and they are really thin. I'm excited to get them on my bike and try them out in a few weeks.

      Forget About it

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These pedals are worth the little extra!
      They are big, sleek, and the teeth stick to your shoes like glue. As a new biker these were very easy to pop onto and forget i was not clipped in! I experienced no slippage while biking all day.
      Highly recommend spending the little more on these pedals.

      Thumbs up

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These things are massive, but still decently light!! Great platform pedals, riding flats will save your collar bones and shoulders when you’re riding the gnarly tech or ripping laps at the local bike park. Would recommend these pedals for any rider, Crank Bro’s is always a good pedal option.

      Can you advise on some clips that will work with these pedals? Please