The Pressure is simply a refinement of our ever popular Contact pedal. 

The Pressure has a longer body than the Contact, but retains the smallest Q-Factor in the fleet. This makes it ideal for DJ and freeride, but many riders do like to use them for DH and trail riding too.

👉 You can still find the Contact here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Zdenda N.
Great pedals

I decided to upgrade my first generation Contacts and Pressure was my choice. I am very happy with the shape and like them very much!

We're very happy to hear that, thanks for taking the time to write a review!

Marcel H.
Better than the contact?

I have been using these pedals for a while now and I have nothing but good things to say about them.

I have always been a huge fan of the contact pedals, so it was a tough one for me to switch but I’m glad I did! These have a slightly bigger platform, so it’s easier to catch for tail whips and no footed tricks also they have a sleeker look to them.

In my opinion, I would choose the pressure pedals over the contacts all day long!

Roger H.
Chromag Pedals on my 2021 Primer S

Since i customized an M 29 Factory Frame with Chromag Parts, i liked to gear up my Primer S. I used over 20 years other flat pedals. Since i use the Chromag Pedals, it`s a new feeling in safety and foot pressure.
I'm really happy with all of my Chromag Parts.
Sorry about my Swiss English.

aram m.

The best pedals i ever had….


Grippy and tons of support. Gorgeous looking pedal.


Like the grip, conception at all

Tania L.
Such a great design!

I love having pedals close to the cranks and Pressure pedals are the best there is! They are also very durable – no pin breakage and scratches are minimal. Love being able to ride the greatest pedals out there as a Chromag athlete. Craftmanship at Chromag cannot be beat.

Devin F.
Did the best get better?

Ive been running the contact pedals for the past 5 years on my dirt jump bikes. Since getting the pressure pedals I've had them on my trail bike, dirt jump bike, and DH bike and I have been loving them.

The slightly larger platform while maintaining the small Q factor makes these the ultimate pedals for doing no footed tricks and also just keeping my feet attached to the bike!

Profile // Concave Design, 13.0mm at platform center
Material // CNC machined / bead blasted
Size // 105mm x 115mm
Pins // 18 per pedal, adjustable height
Axle // G.3 bearing & bushing
Weight // 416g/pair

Click here to view the pedal user guide.

We worked with Brandon to develop his ever popular Contact model into what has become the Pressure.

The keener eyes among you may have spotted Brandon testing out a prototype at Rampage this year.

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