The Dagga features the same high strength chromoly axle system as other models with a double seal, inner bushing and outer cartridge bearing.
Meant to be ridden with thick soled shoes, the Dagga offers improved stability, power and articulation of the bike.
Largest Q-Factor, largest body, longest and largest amount of pins!
The Dagga is our brand new DH pedal. It was designed in collaboration with Chris Kovarik – one of the forefathers of downhill and flat pedal riding. Kovarik’s unique and high impact riding style inspired the Dagga’s key features – our largest platform and widest stance ever.
Profile // Concave Design, 14.3mm at platform center
Material // Alloy, forged then machined.
Size // 120mm x 115mm
Pins // 12 per platform , adjustable height, super grip
Weight // 480 g/pair
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