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Nice for non skid all weather use. Feet stays firm to Pegs. Very Happy with the Product. Suggestion, is to get the smaller dimensions instead of the regular size.
September 14, 2015
I was looking for shorter pegs on my sporty. These are just what I needed. I was between the speed merchant pegs, joker machine and these. These were the cheapest and I'm glad I got these ones! Very well built and much shorter than the tree that were hanging off the sides before. If they were cheaper, I'd probably buy another pair for the passenger pegs.
June 29, 2015
Great feel and value
Great product. When riding your feet feel attached to the bike.
June 11, 2015
Exactly What I Wanted
These are great. They grip your boot real good. You won't be able to accidentally slip off with these! I've been using them for a while now, and they are much more comfy than straight up round pegs; they have that little bit of surface to help steady your foot. 100% RECOMMEND!
April 24, 2015
Great pegs, but a little pricey
High quality pegs, great grip, flawless finish, great adjustability. A little expensive for what they are, but I would buy them again. Its also nice that you don't see many guys rocking these pegs.
June 2, 2014
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Kevin B:I think they can be used for passenger pegs. The pegs themselves will rotate. Once you have them mounted on the brackets you can rotate them so they will be comfortable and then tighten them down with an allen wrench. I love mine but if you aren't careful you will get dinged in the shins like back in the day on your bicycle. Hope this helps and ride safe!Apr 13, 2014