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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-10-2015, 08:48 PM Thread Starter
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Flux (2014/2015) size with a 32's size 10.5?

I tried the tool posted here and it says I should get an L, but then.. I read some comments with people saying they use an M on boot size 10.5.. I know, the smaller binding size the better, but which size should really fit size 10.5 boots?

And a general question about Flux's 2014/2015 bindings.. do any have them feature canting?

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Honestly your best bet is to get to a shop to try them. It's been a minute since I rode flux, but I was in a size 10 at the time and bought a large. The large ended up being way too big. Had to move the binding all the way to the toe side of the board to center the boot, had lots of over hang, the straps were at the smallest settings and barely got tight enough to ride, and there was a lot of space in the footbed.

I ended up going to EMS when they sold them to get a medium and they fit much better. Still had to max everything out to get them to fit but at least they didn't feel sloppy.

Remember all boots outer profile are different and sizes aren't precise across brands and even models. So make sure you pick the size that works best for your boot.
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I wish I could test them beforehand, but I can't... they don't sell where I live.
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Im running large SF's with those boots and it fits great for me. I think I use one click on the heal. Centre mounted on the disk on all my boards. The flux size chart says medium is up to 9.5.
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totally having the same issue.. last year i purchased the flux ds and the sales guy recommended going according to the size chart. didn't really think much of it till i realized that my previous bindings (cartel, union force and atlas) have all been med/lrg. but the guy explained that flux fits different. i ride size 10 nike kaijus and do feel that there is extra room in my large flux ds. Now i am debating selling them and buying in a medium but am not sure... is sizing down the way to go??
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totally having the same issue.. last year i purchased the flux ds and the sales guy recommended going according to the size chart. didn't really think much of it till i realized that my previous bindings (cartel, union force and atlas) have all been med/lrg. but the guy explained that flux fits different. i ride size 10 nike kaijus and do feel that there is extra room in my large flux ds. Now i am debating selling them and buying in a medium but am not sure... is sizing down the way to go??
In my experience, the medium fits a size 10 better.
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