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union sizing questions

looking at some union bindings, namely the force. the website doesn't have a size chart.

i wear a size 10 boot, should i get the m/l or l/xl. from what i gather on bindings in general, i kind of fall in both categories. so which provides the optimal/better fit?

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I have a size 10 Vans Andreas Wiig II and they fit perfectly centered in a M/L Force. But someone just said in another thread that their size 10 Nike doesn't fit in a M/L so it may vary from boot to boot.
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If you have a small footprint boot m/l, if not l/xl or take your boots into a shop that carries a set.
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