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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.

Meant to be ridden with thick soled shoes, the Dagga offers improved stability, power and articulation of the bike.

The Dagga features the same high strength chromoly axle system as other models with a double seal, inner bushing and outer cartridge bearing.

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.

Largest Q-Factor, largest body, longest and largest amount of pins!

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.

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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