If looks could kill, these pedals would murder the competition with their extensive CNC machining, beautiful anodizing, and silver accents to finish off the look. These pedals feature a cartridge axle design for easy service and the axle is fully covered in a self-lubricating bushing. The bushing/axle combo work in harmony to disperse the load of the rider throughout the entire platform. The pedal featured one of the larger platforms at 101 x 108 mm, just behind the Race Face Atlas.
The 12 top-loading traction pins didn't quite provide the grip we like for enduro or downhill use. Their slightly larger diameter didn't let the pins penetrate our soles. We had a similar gripe with the Bonmixc 9/16", but that pedal only used eight pins per side, so the lesser pin surface area compared to the these pedals seemed to aid in traction. Despite all that, for freestyle or freeride applications where foot mobility is often desired, these pedals were indeed Funn. If you prefer a lightweight, thin pedal that allows your feet a little more wiggle room, these might be the answer.