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The top 9 best flat pedals for large feet

In this article I’m going to give the a list of the best flat pedals for large feet.

This list features two distinct categories of pedals. Pedals which are featured in my list of budget pedals, and an assortment of pedals which definitely don’t fall into that category, but can be considered best in their class irrespective of platform size.

But this is a list of flat pedals for large feet, so my requirement for such a pedal was a body width of at least 110 mm to accommodate feet starting around size 10 US (44 EU) and up. So it means you get your pedal for thirty bucks all the way up to somewhere just shy of 200 USD.

I can’t look into your wallet and see how much you might be willing to spend. That’s up to you. But with any of these pedals you get in control of your bike and stay in control of your bike, at least from a pedal perspective. So let’s head over to my overview of the best flat pedals for large feet.

Chromag Dagga

Chromag Dagga
Chromag Dagga

The Chromag Dagga sits at the right side of the spectrum when it comes to mountain bike flat pedals in a number of ways.

It easily has the biggest platform of any premium flat pedal out there, with a body measuring 120 x 115 x 16 mm.

Chromag further complemented this in-your-face design by offering a staggering amount of 24, rear-loading pins with a height of 7 mm. It basically means that once you plant your feet, they simply won’t come of the pedal again without the use of a tire iron.

If that pin-height proves a bit too much, you can also get height-adjustable pins to further tune your needs.

The rest of the body proves to be industry standard premium pedal characteristics. A chromoly axle, single bearing and bushing, and CNC machined aluminium body with service kits available.

It’s such an angry-looking, aggressive pedal for people who’re very serious about grip.

OneUp Components Composite

OneUp Components Composite
OneUp Components Composite

If you want to go big you want to go for the OneUp Components Composite MTB flat pedals.

The platform measures 115 x 105 x 18.5 mm, but still only weighs 355 grams with 20 rear-loading pins to keep your feet firmly planted where they need to be.

It offers the same single cartridge bearing and bushing on a steel axle as many of the competitors.

Crankbrothers Stamp 1 Large

Crankbrothers Stamp 1 Large
Crankbrothers Stamp 1 Large

The Crankbrothers Stamp 1 Large is the larger version measuring 114 x 111 x 13 mm.

This makes this pedal more suitable for riders with size 10-15 (us) or 43-49 (eu).

The large version is slightly heavier, but still very light, sitting at 329 grams.

Crankbrothers Stamp 7 Large

Crankbrothers Stamp 7 Large
Crankbrothers Stamp 7 Large

If my sources are correct, the Crankbrothers Stamp 7 pedals are probably the most used premium mountain bike flat pedals on the market.

It looks great. Crankbrothers offers two different sizes for all their pedals, with the Stamp 7 large aluminium pedal body measuring 114 x 111 x 13 mm.

The Stamp 7 works with two glide bearings on either side of the chromoly axle. These bearings are much wider than your average sealed cartridge bearing ensuring a flatter platform and a larger contact area. With proper maintenance it means the Stamp 7 could probably last you a lifetime (pedal strikes not included).

The pedal body has a very slightly concave shape, which aids in keeping your foot in place. And 20 front-loading pins enables a nice symmetric design.

The combination of design, color options, and bearing setup with service kits makes this flat pedal a winner among the competition.

Fooker MTB Pedals

Fooker MTB Pedals
Fooker MTB Pedals

The Fooker MTB Pedals appear to be have the exact same pedal design as the RaceFace Chester.

I don’t know what’s the story behind these apparent knock-off pedals, since there’s no brand website to visit.

What I do know is that there’s ample evidence that this blatant copy is about as good as the real deal for half the price. And judging by the amount of reviews on Amazon running in the many thousands, a lot of people care more about their wallet than about possbile copyright infringement between manufactureres. And I understand that’s how things work.

These pedals are so cheap in comparison to similar products that it doesn’t really matter than Fooker doesn’t appear to offer service kits. When you’d need them, you can just as well buy a complete new pair of pedals.

And all of the other characteristics are the same as the Chester pedal. Except for the fact that the Fooker pedal is not a nylon composite, but simply a nylon pedal, which bumps up the weight to 450 grams, where the Chester sits at 360.

But from a financial perspective this is probably the most affordable value-for-money option on this list. And what you do with your money is not for me to judge.

RaceFace Chester

RaceFace Chester
RaceFace Chester

We at least know that the design of the RaceFace Chester was deemed nice enough to be copied. And it’s a nice-looking mountain bike flat pedal.

It has a big non-concave shape measuring 110 x 101 x 18.4 mm, with 18, rear-loading pins.

The weight is average, sitting at 360 grams.

It offers the same single cartridge bearing and bushing on a steel axle as many of the competitors.

RaceFace Atlas

RaceFace Atlas
RaceFace Atlas

The RaceFace Atlas looks kind of similar to the Crankbrothers Stamp 7.

But it has an asymmetric layout which enables the large 110 x 108 x 12 mm platform to use 20, rear-loading steel pins instead. And rear-loading pins are easier to remove when damaged so that’s a plus.

The biggest difference however is in the bearing setup. The Atlas flat pedal uses a whopping 4 sealed cartridge bearings; a huge one sitting near the crank and 3 further along the machined axle. This both increases the Q-factor and ensures the pedal can endure a tremendous amount of load, and is the perfect companion for a downhill beatdown.

It might be this incredible durable setup that has convinced the manufacturer to provide the pedal with a lifetime warranty. Either way this pedal coming in 9 different colors is built to last.

Hope F20

Hope F20
Hope F20

Hopes F20 refers to the number of pins located on each pedal. They only offer a single pedal for adults. Why have more if you put your best effort in a single product? Makes sense.

They obviously look nice, with the best machining Ive ever seen on any pedal. But Hope also has an outstanding reputation for making superb-quality products and these pedals are no different. Both in the durability and serviceability department. And it doesnt hurt to get a best in test seal of approval in this regard.

They contain 3 sealed cartridge bearings and a single bushing that spin freely and are sealed of to prevent outside contamination from happening. The seals on this pedal feel incredibly tight and after many miles have not shown any signs of loosening.

I also was looking for a pedal with rear-loading pins. Not that I intend on crashing them into any obstacles, but it is the better option.

They are very pricey for a pair of pedals but I guess thats part of the allure as well. And the entire design, platform, bearings and bushing, seals, simply ooze high-quality. If you decide to spend money on buying the best the market has to offer, the Hope F20 simply will not disappoint.

E*Thirteen Base

E*Thirteen Base

With 24, front and rear-loading pins on a big platform measuring 110 x 100 mm, the E*Thirteen Base flat pedal promises great levels of grip in an affordable package.

Other specs are very similar to what the competition offes. A 399 grams pedal with a single cartridge bearing and bushing spinning on a chromoly axle.

And lots of color options, but you can see that with every other composite pedal as well.

Specifications best flat pedals for large feet

NamePriceWeightLengthWidthHeightBody MaterialSpindleBearings and BushingsPinsService KitBuy at AmazonBuy at Ebay
Chromag Dagga161.95 euros488 g120 mm115 mm16 mmaluminiumCr-Mo1 cartridge bearing, 1 bushing24, rear-loadinglinklink
OneUp Components Composite49.50 USD355 g115 mm105 mm18.5 mmnylon compositeCr-Mo1 cartridge bearing, 1 bushing20, rear-loadingavailablelinklink
Crankbrothers Stamp 1 Large49.99 USD329 g114 mm111 mm13 mmnylon compositeCr-Mo1 glide bearing, 1 cartridge bearing18, rear-loadingavailablelinklink
Crankbrothers Stamp 7 Large179.99 USD375 g114 mm111 mm13 mmaluminiumCr-Mo2 glide bearings20, front-loadinglinklink
Fooker MTB Pedals26.99 USD450 g110 mm101 mm18.4 mmnylon compositeCr-Mocartridge18, rear-loadingnot availablelinklink
RaceFace Chester59.99 USD360 g110 mm101 mm18.4 mmnylon compositeCr-Mo1 cartridge bearing, 1 bushing18, rear-loadingavailablelinklink
RaceFace Atlas179.99 USD386 g110 mm108 mm12 mmaluminiumCr-Mo4 cartridge bearings20, rear-loadinglinklink
Hope F20180.00 USD390 g110 mm102 mm14 mmaluminiumCr-Mo3 cartridge bearings, 1 bushing20, rear-loadinglinklink
E*Thirteen Base54.95 USD399 g110 mm100 mmnylon compositeCr-Mo1 cartridge bearing, 1 bushing24, front and rear-loadingavailablelinklink