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What size bindings?

I wear a 10.5 Burton boot and I purchasing the Burton Moto's and i was wondering what size binding is better for that boot and boot size a Large or Medium?
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Technically either. You're best bet would be to take them into your local shop and see which size binding fits them best. I think you'd get away with the medium, but it may be a little on the snug side.

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The only problem is im in Texas and Im ordering online... FML
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I would say go larger rather than smaller. If the straps are a little long it's probably easier to shorten them. On a smaller size, if you've already adjusted them to the max and they're still to short then there's probably not much you can do.

I also live in TX. Sun and Ski is in most larger TX cities and carries a decent selection of bindings around this time.
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