Rated 5 out of 5 by Juggmeister Best pedals I've used so far.
These are the grippiest pedals I've used and are so much better than the V12's I used to swear by. Profile is nice and low and they take rock strikes pretty well. Come with a couple of spare pins and an allen key. My last pair had a slight bit of movement on one side after a year of smashing them around.
They look really nice on the bike but very expensive.
15 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by g1983 Excellent
great pedals I wear flat bottomed shoes where the teeth on the pedals sink right into the soles, best pedals Ive had lightweight and strong.
24 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Richeytea Brilliant
So good I now own 3 pairs and won't buy any other type of pedal from now on!
02 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joness Amazing
Great product loads of grip in all situations even with normal shoes. Orange looks great and the anodising seems to stay on, no wear at all yet.
09 October 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yzmaster EXPENSIVE, HUGE platform, comfort, GRIP!
I thought I might as well get the best while I'm doing it so I got these and what can I say. Worth it, they Provide so much more foot room, no ankle, leg or foot pain, the most grip you will ever encounter! You will hate letting your mates use your bike as they will scratch them and dang are they expensive. The Studs are huge and hurt a lot when you drag your shin on them! I got the white ones and they look awesome the studs anodizing wears off pretty fast where you stand but the paint on the pedal sticks well.
03 October 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by mountaindude good but pricey
Decided to try these after a few pairs of Mag V12's. The Vaults are slightly disappointing as they are not an improvement on the Mag V12's in my opinion, so will be sticking with the trusty Mag V12's in future. The Vaults are low-profile, light, give good grip and are well made but are not built to last forever (read other reviews). They spin just right and there's a good colour range available. But watch your shins as these pedals can bite real good!! Overall, Mag V12's are simply better value.
17 September 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Fragile
Although quite happy with my FiveTens on Wah Wah and Saint pedals, I thought I'd give these a try. Out of the box they looked great and my feet just fell into the right position every time. No foot slippage and minimal pedal fidget so really thought I was on to a good thing. Couple of rides and the odd 'rock knock' later and the pins proved very fragile with several bent and broken. New pins ordered and fitted but then noticed one axle had bent too. None of the knocks were major so was a little disappointed at the fragility of such an expensive pedal. Now the tricky bit....finding a new axle. By all means I can purchase a titanium (£) replacement but can I fit a standard axle anywhere.....no! Have emailed DMR but they do not have the courtesy to reply. So its back to the Wah Wah's and I now have a £90 ornament (£100 if you include the replacement pins). So, fragile and poor customer service....two stars for first impressions and ride whilst they lasted.
29 June 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Great pedal for a year
Bought these the Christmas before last as a present to myself and was pleased straight away. Grip is like riding SPDs and I don't think I ever slipped a pedal riding DH in 5.10s. Only problems are the cost and the strength of them. Bent the pedal body within a month and have since bent two axles (less than £10 to replace) and both pedal bodies. Even still they had great grip up until a few weeks ago hitting a rock very hard at 20 odd mph and bent the body so badly it's uncomfortable to ride with. Want to buy another set but the price is very steep. Recommend them for sure, just don't clip them off rocks or trees!
14 June 2013