Crank Brothers Mallet E11 Enduro Pedals

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Lightweight version of the popular Mallet E pedals.

The Mallet E11 shares all the great design features as the standard Mallet E but it turns the bling factor up to 11 with the addition of titanium wings for further weight savings and performance.

The Mallet E11 pedal is designed with Enduro racing in mind. Featuring a concave platform and an easy clipless system, the Mallet E combines flat pedal performance with clipless security. The platform uses 6 adjustable pins for a custom feel, while the durable clipless system is 4-sided for easy entry and clears mud well.

The durable 6061-T6 aluminium body spins on an IGUS bushing and enduro bearing and features dual chamfered edges to prevent the body from snagging obstacles.

For best results, we recommend using trail or gravity style shoes rather than super stiff and minimal XC models. Each set of pedals come with adjustable traction pads to accommodate different soles and get the resistance tuned to your liking.


  • 435 Chromoly steel spindles.
  • 6061-T6 aluminium body.
  • Titanium wings.
  • 300 series stainless steel springs.
  • 15° or 20° release angle, depends on cleat setup.
  • 52mm Q-factor.
  • Inner IGUS LL-glide bearing, outer enduro cartridge bearing.
  • 6 adjustable pins per side for grip.
  • 385g per pair.
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