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Binding size question

I'm thinking about getting a pair of Burton Mission bindings but I'm not sure which size to get. I wear 10-10.5 size boots. Will a medium size binding work or should I go with large?

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Go Large.

You're welcome in advance.
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Go large. Medium is not for a 10 boot, and its shorter. Shorter means less pressure on the outside edges.
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I have a 10.5 and have rocked large and medium. Currently my Flux SF45s are medium and fit perfectly for my NS SL and have large Ride Alpha for my park board
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Medium Burton bindings say they fit up to size 11, you should be fine with either medium or large. Take your boots with you when you go to buy bindings just so you can confirm the fit.
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Yeah, I think Burton bindings like these fit 8-11 for Medium and 10+ for Large. I wear atleast a size 10 boot and my feet may still be growing, so I'll probably go large.

Thanks for the advice
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Go with large. For some reason Burton always runs small!! I wear a size 11 snowboard boot, ordered size 11 Ions....too small needed 11.5. Bought a pair of med P1.1's too small....the mission large adjust nicely. GO LARGE OR GO HOME!!!
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get the large I just had to replace mine because I thought a size 11 would work with medium bindings that I already had( hey thats what the sizing chart says) Rule of thumb with burton anything over a 9.5 go with a large.
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With that, it depends. it may fit a medium, and it will fit a large for sure.
What i would do is get the large and be safe.
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I had the exact same question.

The M bindings seem to be too small for size 10 boots.
The L bindings seem to be ok, but the front strap is always tight to the maximum when riding

I chose the L bindings and untill now this seems to be ok.
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