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Union Binding Sizes

Hey guys
Sorry for another Union thread, but I need some advice.

I want to make a purchase online but I'm not sure whether to get the M/L or the L/XL
The sizing chart recommends L/XL but I am looking for a tighter fit for response.
My boot size is 10.5 (28.5 mondo)

Does anybody here ride Union size M/L with a 10.5 boot?
Any issues with compatability? Can the boot still centre over the baseplate?
thanks in advance.
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i personally don't have union bindings, but most people on here will tell you to go with the larger binding size when on the border of two sizes.

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I have a pair of Salomon boots that are either 10.5 or 11, can't remember off the top of my head.
I have Union Contacts size L/Xl and they fit great.
If I were you I would be safe and get the L/XL if you can't see how your boots fit in them at a shop.
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Yeah I agree, go with the L/XL. I am an 11 and got the L/XL Forces. Nice fit.
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Size 10.5 here in a burton shrinkage tech, with L/XL union datas. Cant say how the M/L fits, but I can say the L/XL fits really good. There is a tiny bit of space on either side of the footbed on the binding but it doesnt affect my ride in any way.
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I am pretty sure their sizing charts say 10 and up go with the L/XL. I'm a big foot wearing 14s and they almost don't fit. This year I'm hoping to get a new pair of boots with a smaller profile.
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Size 10 boots here and have a great fit in the L/XL Union Datas.
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thanks so much for your help guys.
I really appreciate it.
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Hey all i have a quick question.. a little late but i just bought a pair of Union Cadet bindings (X/XL) and DC Phase 11.5 boot when i put my boot into the binding is it normal for the boot to hang off the binding about 2 inches? the binding i know is big enough for a 11.5 size boot but i was jw..thanks!
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Hey all i have a quick question.. a little late but i just bought a pair of Union Cadet bindings (X/XL) and DC Phase 11.5 boot when i put my boot into the binding is it normal for the boot to hang off the binding about 2 inches? the binding i know is big enough for a 11.5 size boot but i was jw..thanks!
yeah thats pretty typical. You can slide the heelcup back a couple notches to help center your boot over your binding.
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