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K2 Indy size

hey, i have a size 10 shoe/10.5 boot size right now and looking for a binding for next season. The thing is, that i'm still growing, and don't know what my boot size will be, but i'm guessing ~11/11.5. I'm gonna buy some new boots for next season, as well, but that'll obviously be when the season is here? I'm lookin at the K2 Indy and i've read that the large is an 8-11 boot size and an xl is an 11-15 boot size. Which one'll be better for me?
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Id go xl. I have large indy's and a size 10 boot and the adjustments on the straps are all pretty maxed out.


But id wait for someone like wiredsport or nivek or the smarter guys to confirm beffore u buy as im just going off what i think.


Edit: are these for the flow era u were asking about in the boards section? If so id say look at different bindings, i have an era and indy setup for the park and the indy's feel to stiff for the board. Just a heads up.

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Id go xl. I have large indy's and a size 10 boot and the adjustments on the straps are all pretty maxed out.


But id wait for someone like wiredsport or nivek or the smarter guys to confirm beffore u buy as im just going off what i think.


Edit: are these for the flow era u were asking about in the boards section? If so id say look at different bindings, i have an era and indy setup for the park and the indy's feel to stiff for the board. Just a heads up.
Yep, its for the flow. I was lookin at some other k2 bindings and found the hurrithane that looks a bit more flexy in the highback and all-around. Would this be as flexy as it needs to be or what?
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