Deity Components Compound Pedals

Deity Components Compound Pedals
Deity Components Compound Pedals
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Compound Pedals by Deity Components
Whether you're rallying a full day of lift laps or hitting up the beachside bike park, make sure you've got Deity Components Compound Pedals for confident grip and classic style. Fashioned from injection-molded, nylon-fiber composite, these pedals are lightweight yet durably strong. Six replaceable pins on each pedal face increase grip on technical terrain and park features alike, while a thin profile ensures ample strike clearance when things get chunky.

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