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M/L or L/XL

Hi guys. I have a complicated case going on here. So last day my brother broke his crappy binding.. Because his boots were too big...

So what happened this season is

My brother's boots got too small so i gave him my 8.5 boots, and bought myself a 9.5 boots.. And he broke his bindings.. And i was planning to give my M/L bindings to my bro and get my self a L/Xl binding for my 9.5 boots... However i realized 9.5 is too small for L/XL... Now what shoudl i do? Should i get myself M/L again? But i don't want to because i have growing feet and i don't want to waste $200 on bindigns which i will not be able to use after 6 months. Shoudl i just get new bindigns for my brother and keep my M/L? HELP ME!!!
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Telling us what bindings you have would help out just a little bit. Not a huge deal though


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Telling us what bindings you have would help out just a little bit. Not a huge deal though
Uhh im trying to get Union force!
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i'd go L/XL


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How big do you anticipate your feet growing? I'm an 11 but can fit into a size 10 boot and ride the M/L Force. Not to mention they won't fit right now.
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go with a l/xl incase you might grow
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I wear size 10 DC boots and ride Forces in a M/L. They fit perfectly with a little adjustment to the toe and ankle straps...

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What bindings did you break?
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I have Forces in L/XL and US 9.5 size K2 Boots.They fit fine. The bulkiness of your boots is also a large factor when choosing bindings.Due to your feet still growing,however, I'd definitely go with L/XL.

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Thx for your opinions guys i really appreciate it. I think i might as well as just keep my bindings and just buy my brother new deck and bindings and his bindings were 51/50 for youth or something i don't even konw it was my first setup that i got ripped off of. Anyways i've just decided to enlengthen my straps and ride, and then change my bindings and boots all together when my feet grow to like 11. Thx and i really love this forum for answering such a complicate and messed up paragraph(not even) up there. Thx a lot!
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