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Sept. 14, 2022, 9:54 a.m. -  tmoore

It gets complicated, you also need to consider if it's your leading or trailing side and whether you're heels down or not on that foot.  Or just get some Dunlop Purofort boots and any pedal with good pins will work well.  The boots have big, soft lugs and raised heels.  Put the heel of the boot against the back of the pedal, get your trailing heel down and you're good to go.  Bonus that they're waterproof and are steel toed, they offer excellent shin protection and have surprising ankle support.

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