A pair of sintered compound brake pads. Designed for maximum lifespan in abrasive conditions, our sintered compound is designed with wet riding conditions in mind. Super hard sintered metal compound lasts, the downside is greater noise and less ultimate power than soft pads. Mix and match between brake models, we stock pads for most major brakes - select from the drop down menus. We offer a 45 day, no quibble guarantee on our brake pads, so within 45 days of purchase you are not happy for any reason we will refund you.
Not sure which pad you need?
Please consult our Pad Identifier and Pad Fitment Guide for more information.
Not sure which compound to choose?
We offer 3 compounds for our brake pads as follows:
Organic: a high power, soft pad for great feel and power, with excellent bite from cold.
Sintered: a hard pads for long life in abrasive and extreme conditions.
Kevlar: a soft race pad for ultimate power with Kevlar fibres for extended life.
45 Day Guarantee:
If you are not happy with the performance of the pads you have bought, you can return them for a refund. All we ask is that you return the pads with a completed returns form Click here to download a returns form, detailing why you aren't happy with them and your preferred option.
Ultra lightweight components suitable for cross country racing only.
Lightweight parts suitable for off-road cross country riding.
Tough light to mid-weight components designed for off-road trail riding.
Sturdy components suitable for long off-road descents.
Ultra-tough components suitable for the harshest conditions and descents.
Components optimized for aerodynamics and speed.
Light-weight components, designed for maximum performance.;
Reliable components designed for everyday performance.
Sturdy components suitable for off-road, CX racing
Strong components, designed to take heavy loads over long distances.
They squeal like nothing I ever heard, even when is perfect dry. The noise they make is incredibly loud. And the vibrations...
Hello im sorry you have noisy pads, this is usually due to contamination or worn rotors, if your rotors are used it may be the cause of te issues. rock hard sintered pads will always be noiser, so we would recomend a soft pad as
been using sintered ss pads for about 10 years now without issue but the last 2 pairs i bought are absolute garbage when warmed up on a long descent they squeal like mad but then stop as soon as they cool down so i know there not contaminated my mate has the same issue with his i wont be using these ever again could just be a bad batch but im not risking it put in another brand much better pad