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Need help choosing some bindings

Hey guys. I need your help finding a binding to suit my needs. I'm aiming for is for a all mountain setup for an intermediate rider. So far I have brought a 159 k2 raygun and size 10 32 binary boa boots. I live nowhere near the snow and have now snowboard shops around. Thanks for any advice u can offer.
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just get a pair of medium burton cartels.

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flux maybe easier to source in aus, idk, but they make good binders.

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Yeah I was thinking of the cartels or malavitas but have read that some people have trouble fitting size 10 32 boots in the medium burtons because of how wide the boots are.
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I should probably mention I'm only fairly new to snowboarding with a couple of 8 day trips but want a setup I can grow into.
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I have a pair of size 10 32 Lashed and medium Burton Cartels that I rode all last season. They fit perfectly. You just need to adjust the binders when you get them. You can extend the foot bed tray to match the length of your boot contact points and then adjust the ankle / toe straps. You should be fine from my experience.
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Ok thanks guys. That's 2 for the cartels in medium
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Cartels are a good option. There are other options too though. Union force or union atlas. Rome 390 or ride capos maybe. Go to a couple of shops is you can and look at different options. Maybe bring your boots to see how they fit.
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You can't go wrong with cartels or vitas.
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I've got cartels in a large, love them.
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Thanks for all the input guys. I've narrowed it down to cartel/vitas and flux ds. If u have the ds can u let me know if u think they would suit me?
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