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I have a size 8.5-9.0 foot and actually am wearing size 8 thirty two boots with the size L/XL 390 and targa. No problems at all. I went with the L/XL because the S/M were not available and I loan my boards to friends and relatives so the L/XL is ultra universal! The weight difference is actually less than 1/2 OZ so you will never notice a difference.
Whoa that's some tiny feet! I thought my 9.0s were small (haha).
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you can shoot out an email to rome on their site and they'll let you know... Just wondering why you'd want to use L/XL with size 8 boots? I wear 9.5 boots and got M/L bindings
Alot of online stores only have the black/white 390s in L/XL so i dont have much choice. I did shoot them an email but they havent responded yet.

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another thing you can do to get extra room out of the toe strap is to loosen the screws for the toe ramp then take out the screws near the heel hoop and slide the whole thing back.

i have size 9 boots and even with the toe strap at the end of the ladder it was still too short, moving the heel hoop back made the bindings fit perfect for me.
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It seems like the 390's run a bit on the small side so it could work, can barely fit my size 12's in the L/XL 390 bosses.
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