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Shimano SPD-SL Cleat Set

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    • One Color, SM-SH11/Floating
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    34 Reviews


    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°, (red) 0°
    Shimano PD-7810, Shimano PD-6620
    Recommended Use

    Tech Specs

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    Good replacement cleats

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Wouldn’t use anything else. The whole system is pretty comfortable getting into, riding, getting out of. We replace our cleats every seasons or two.

    Glad I got them

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've had Shimano road pedals for a while and love them, so when I got new road shoes, I decided to put on new cleats. Guess I didn't realize how worn my other cleats were -- these work great and have that nice snappy new-cleat feel. Definitely recommend.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    ...makes the best components bar none. Have been using their cleats for over 15 years. Very durable and reliable. Fit's all three hole road shoes. Highly recommend!

    Quality Cleats

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Shimano cleats that get the job done and last quite a long time. If you're not sure which color to pick up, most people go with the yellow cleats (6 degree float), unless you know you're looking for the Red (fixed float).

    Just works

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Be sure to scuff up the bottoms before riding where you need to stop quickly or often (city riding) as the retention is too tight until you break them in a little.

    Great cleats

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These cleats are easy and inexpensive to replace. Light weight, but a little bulky. Not designed for walking, duh. But, they will get you from your bike to the car/garage. I have never had one slip out.

    The best at a low price!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    There is simply nothing to complain about these cleats.. They are light, they are stiff, easy to figure out, and all for a very low price. I wouldn't want to walk much in them, since they are plastic, but why walk when you can ride?!

    I'd definitely recommend to get these. Doesn't get any better at a cheaper price.

    SPD-SL Cleats

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I must be cheap since I feel like plastic cleats should be closer to the price of a tube. That being said I try not to walk in these too much. Whereas other brands tend to slide around more on slick surfaces, these tend to grip a bit better. If you're unsure of which ones you need, you're likely looking for the yellow version with more float.

    Needed Replacement

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If your SPD-SL cleats wear out, replace them. Don't ride with cleats that don't stay in your pedals when you need them to. Plenty of people have crashed due to walk-worn cleats. Don't become one of them.

    To answer some previous reviews, these cleats aren't designed to be walked on for long distances or over rough surfaces. Stay on your bike.

    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.

    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!

        Unanswered Question

        Will the yellow float cleats work with PD R9100 pedals. I just ordered some to replace my old 2001 dura ace and am not sure if I will need to change my cleats or not. I would rather keep the float for knee problems.

        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.

        Unanswered Question

        Can I use the cleats on an indoor spinning...

        Can I use the cleats on an indoor spinning cycle? DC

        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...

        From all the research i did quickly they seem to need a Look Cleat but i don't know which one there is the older classic Look Cleat and the newer Delta Cleat you might try asking Schwinn. The Y may also have Cleats for Sale.

        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)