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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-22-2011, 05:43 PM Thread Starter
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Too Small or Too Big?

Size 10 boots are such a pain in the ass...

most bindings come in M 8-10
and then large 10-13

or S/M 7-9.5 L/XL 10-13 or something like that...

Whenever I try to look at new bindings, I never know what size to get. I know you're supposed to take your boots with you and find a perfect fit... but it would be much easier if my boot size didn't fall right in between the size boundaries.

anyone else with size 10 boots? do you usually go for the smaller bindings or the larger bindings?
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I am size 10/10.5. I always get large. I am also a Flow binding fan and many of their bindings allow for some customization.
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I use 9.5-10 boots. I have always went with large bindings. Even with my 9.5 Hails with shrinkage tech.

With my Rome Bosses (starts at 9.5), I had to make quite a few adjustments and further tweaks between runs to dial them in, but now they are fucking good.

I get larger sizes in case my next boots aren't so low profile. Also, most of my buddies use large as well and it makes for easy board swapping. Reviews and David Z's rants
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