I've been starting to make some comfort "enhancements" on my Street Bob, with one area being the pegs. Over longer rides, I start to get "hot feet" - that slightly burning sensation on the soles of my feet where they make contact with the pegs. With me, that's usually right in the middle of my foot, as that's where I like to plant my feet while riding.
I've tried moving my feet around a bit, but unlike floorboards there's not much room. I could go with floorboards, but that seems to be contrary to the whole "bob" look, plus I would be losing some lean angle for curves, and carving is a great feature of the Bob.
So, after looking at a number of other peg options, I decided to place an order for these via ebay:
$56 + $7 shipping. They also sell other bicycle styled pegs for motorcycles, and the prices range from $56 to $89.
I got them very quickly from DK Custom Products. They came in a plastic gallon size bag, and the pedals were wrapped neatly and securely with packing foam. Instructions, as well as some additional pieces to assist in installation, were provided.
I actually think these are real life BMX bike pedals - the bicycle spindle has been replaced with a motorcycle-specific spindle. Overall, the quality looks good. When asking DK about them, they said that the paint on these pedals was not as good as some of their other models, but I found them to be fine. Some paint chipped off during installation, but that's hidden.
Installation was very easy - I just removed the bolt which holds the stock peg, fit the DK Custom pegs and used the same bolt to attach. Since these are universal fit, there is a small set screw that is used to adjust the lateral angle in relation to the peg bracket.
The pegs are free spinning like bicycle pedals, and are weighted so they naturally are parallel to the ground. However, if you don't want them free spinning, there are instructions on how to do that. I decided to try them as free spinners, since I thought that would give me some additional options.
The instructions say to take a short ride to test them out, which is a good suggestion, particularly if you have them in free spin mode. So, I took a short ride to get used to the pegs. I am pretty happy so far - they are a middle ground between pegs and floorboards - they are not so wide as to create potential issues with scraping (although they are about 1/4" longer than my stock pegs), but are large enough to give me more space to place my feet. I think they are going to be more comfortable than the stock pegs, but will need to put some miles in to make sure. I think I will leave the shifter side in free spin mode, since it's easier to use the pedal to get under the shifter peg. On the brake side, I think I will make that stay in the flat position.
As far as durability, while they look very sturdy, time will tell.
Here's a pic of the shifter side on the Bob: