Use the shape of the cleat and the number of mounting bolts to identify your cleats using the following guidelines.
ATAC Easy cleats are marked "easy" on the back of the cleat, and the leading edge comes to a point, while standard ATAC cleats have a rounded square leading edge.
TIME MTB pedals with model numbers below "6" come with the ATAC Easy cleat, which has a 10° release angle. These models include:
TIME MTB pedals with model numbers "6" and higher come with the standard ATAC cleat, which has a 13° or 17° release angle. Cleat orientation determines the release angle. These models include:
*Note: The DH4 pedal comes with the standard ATAC cleat, offering a 13° or 17° release angle.
TIME road pedals use three cleat mounting bolts and come with the ICLIC cleat; these include:
The ICLIC cleat offers +/-5° of angular float and +/-1.25mm of lateral float. A "fixed" cleat with 0mm lateral float and +/-5° angular float is available separately, SRAM part number 00.6718.023.000.