The KEO system uses a shorter cleat than the decades old Delta design and Look claim that the 17mm deck height provide a better power transfer.
This new model brings greater affordability to the Keo range and uses a similar Polyamid body to the Sprint model that is 10g lighter.
Entry and release tension adjustments are made using a 3mm Allen key and entry is every bit as smooth and positive as the old Delta system and indeed the Shimano SPD-SL.
There are three versions of the cleat offering different degrees of float ranging from 9 degrees for the red, 4.5 for the grey and the black version for those who desire no float.
There is a cleat cover available that makes them easier to walk in and costs £5.49.