|Color||Yellow / Self Aligning Cleat|
|Style||Cleat Set Self-aligning Sm-sh11|
|Manufacturer||Shimano Cycling Footwear|
|Item Model Number||SM-SH11|
|Product Dimensions||20.32 x 12.7 x 5.08 cm; 90.72 Grams|
Shimano SM-SH11 Road Pedal Cleat
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- Shimano SM-SH11 Road Pedal Cleat Pair " 6deg float 128851
- Compatible with the following bikes: M646, M647 M545, M959, M540, M536 M505, M515, M520 M424, M324, M323, A510, a515
- Sold in pairs 4 mm Allen key not included
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Update: I've now compared these cleats to (hopefully) genuine Shimano cleats bought from Wiggle, and I think that there are several reasons to suspect that these aren't genuine Shimano:
1. The packaging that they arrive in does not have the Shimano header card, although it is in similar blister packaging to the genuine Shimano item.
2. There are differences in the shape of the product - some of the hollows and undercuts on the hidden side of the cleat are different to the Shimano product, in particular the size of the rectangular hollow and the shape of the 2 triangular hollows on either side. There are also other smaller variations.
3. The parts are produced in a different mould tool than the Shimano ones. The split lines of the mould tool are in different places and the ejection and breath holes are different sizes, and the style and position of the reference numbers are different.
4. The bolts are a lightly different shape and are less well-made compare to the Shimano ones.
5. The overall dimensions are typically slightly smaller than the Shimano ones - only around 0.5mm typically, but there is no reason for a variation of this size in modern injection moulding.
6. The material is different. The are both glass-filled nylon (polyamide, or PA), but the Shimano ones are made from PA612 , which is stronger and stiffer than the PA12 that these cleats are made from.
Any one of these could be a genuine manufacturing variation, but with all of them combined, I think there's reason to believe that these aren't the genuine article.
Been on a good few more rides and still good
I purchased the cheaper version and couldn’t get my foot out of the clip! So I ditched them and got these. I wish I had done that in the first place.
Great replacement for what I had. Does the job well. Hopefully they will last a while.
In that time I did uptown 150 miles a week commuting and club rides so many thousands of miles usage.
After about 6 months the screw came out but replaced with screws from a £2 set.