Look Geo Trekking Vision
Look’s Geo Trekking Vision pedals are designed for both leisure and commuting and are double sided for versatility.
Steel axles support a large injected composite body that’s 100mm long and 88mm at its widest, narrowing at each end.
They have two reflectors per pedal, but one of each can be replaced with Look’s slot-in Vision 15-lumen rechargeable LED light. With these fitted, my pair weighed 413g.
The flat pedal body is 21.5mm thick and the outer 8mm wide cage has four fan-shaped ridges positioned centrally at each end on both sides.
The Look clipless mechanism sits 7.5mm proud of the body and its release tension is adjustable with a 3mm hex key.
They come supplied with Look’s Shimano SPD-compatible X-Track Easy cleats, which are said to be easier to engage and simpler to unclip than the standard X-Track ones, and I found the engagement worked well.
The Vision lights help the pedals to hang in the same way and the Easy cleats need no finesse to engage, just stamping in the pedal’s general direction is usually successful.
In normal footwear, the platform size gives great stability but derives most of its grip from its surface area and your soles.
Overall, the Geo Trekking Visions are secure, offer a little float and disengage at will. However, be a little cautious when cornering because they protrude 100mm from the crank.