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Old 07-08-2014, 04:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm planning on purchasing some Large Flux DM's, and pairing them with my size 10.5 Salomon Malamutes. Should this work?
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Old 07-09-2014, 02:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yeah. I have 11's in my Flux RL's right now, they fit perfectly with minor adjustments.
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I'd try and get into a shop for a look see at the fid of a medium!!!!!

With Salomons reduced footprint and FLUX's wider beds, ya might get away with a smaller binder?????

Havin said that, the Large will still be adjustable enough!!!!!
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Medium. Large would work, but you'd have them cinched all the way down.
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I rock a size M for my Flux RK's and I wear a 10.5. My L 390 Bosses are actually way too big.
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Old 01-19-2015, 01:42 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I ride L flux dm with size 10 kaijus. Seems like most flux owners who are between sizes end up sizing down.. Really contemplating selling mine and going for medium
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I ride L flux dm with size 10 kaijus. Seems like most flux owners who are between sizes end up sizing down.. Really contemplating selling mine and going for medium
I ride a M Flux with Nike ZF1 size US 8.5 and the ladders at just about at the limits.
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I ride a M Flux with Nike ZF1 size US 8.5 and the ladders at just about at the limits.
At the limit of not being able fit your boot or is it too big for you?
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At the limit of not being able fit your boot or is it too big for you?
At the limit of not being able to fit the boot. Sometimes when a lot of pow is packed in the binding, the toe ladder becomes difficult to engage. Have not tried L size tho.
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