With Shimano's 105 SPD-SL Pedals, you get pro-level features without the price tag. They sport extra-wide platforms with stainless-steel plates for easy and smooth entry and exit, and excellent pedaling efficiency. Inside, there are sealed cartridge bearings for minimal friction and long-term durability. Plus, these fine pedals also feature adjustable entry and release tension so that you can dial them in for the perfect feel.
Features & Info
Cleats included (SPD-SL/Look bolt pattern)
The SPD-SL/Look bolt pattern is three holes forming a triangle on the base of your shoe. If you still have questions regarding the compatibility of your shoes with these pedals, please contact us, we're here to help!
Pedals/cleats: 322/70 grams
66% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Ease of use
Easy to use
Something wrong with qa
Jul 18, 2014
2 pairs broke
Something Wrong With Qa
went with the 105s because of the wide platform. After only 250 km the pin holding the release mechanism came loose and the pedal didn't hold the cleat. My local LBS replaced the pedals and the same thing happened with the replacement pair. Shimano reps only comment is he has never seen this happen.
Has anyone else have this happen to them?
from Toronto CA
Jul 31, 2013
Superb Pedal for the Price
Functionality, Price, Ease Of Use
I use these clips on a Trek Madone riding 300 miles a week and have been using them for 2 years. They have never failed me. The vertical positioning of the pedals make them easy to clip in after a stop without looking down. Of course like any clipless system, it takes a few days to get used to them if you are new to using clipless pedals. My only complaint is that the pedals I purchased were black and silver and the black started wearing off right away making the pedals look worn. I would buy these again but look for all silver or gray ones.
by Jim Cobb
from Saint Louis MO
May 08, 2012
Shimano SPD-SL "105's" PD-5700-S Review
Easy to Use, Durable
Heavy bulky, Low Adjustability
Road Bikes, Commuting, Long Rides
After months of riding 3 to 5 times a week the pedals have finally broken in and become easier to clip in and out of. It would be nice if Shimano modified the adjustment screw to allow for a few more turns in the negative direction. For those of us that are smaller riders it would help considerably.