iSSi Thump Pedals

iSSi Thump Pedals
iSSi Thump Pedals
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Thump Pedals by iSSi
Tough enough for the demands of riding off-road but with molded nylon pins to keep your legs slice-free on more causal rides, the iSSi Thump Pedals give you versatility from the trail to the street. Their concave shape and proprietary pin profiles make them top dogs in traction and feel, while their tall nylon pins grip for your shoes, and not pain for your calves. The Thump's body is a durable nylon composite that helps it thrive everywhere from all-day mountain epics to hot downhill laps with the crew.

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