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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-27-2011, 08:14 AM Thread Starter
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K2 hurrithane sizing

Looking for a new set of soft to mid-flex bindings for more park orientated riding to use in the coming NZ season and he K2 Hurrithanes seem to tick all the boxes at a very competitive price. The only issue is that medium seems to be the only size available and that is recommended for size US 5-8 boots.

I currently have Flow One Boa Coiler size US 8.5 boots, so only 1/2 size outside of the range, but they are quite chunky. I was just wondering if anyone had experience with these bindings and their adjustability. I don't think length / width should be an issue, more concerned about strap length.

At only $100, these bindings are a steal, and if I can make a medium work I'd much prefer that than spending nearly twice as much on a pair of flux rk30's which are my 2nd choice.
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Went ahead and pulled the trigger on the medium sized hurrithane bindings, fingers are crossed but I think it should be alright.
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An 8 and 8.5 boot have the exact same shell 95% of the time.


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