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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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If I were to get the Union Atlas's should I go with a large/x-large binding? I have size 10 boots.
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Nevermind. I guess it would be the large/x-large since it says 9.5-14.
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Nevermind. I guess it would be the large/x-large since it says 9.5-14.
What boots are you using? Some will have a smaller footprint and you could fit a m/l which my be better overall.
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I have the K2 Maysis
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If it were me, I would go with the M/L Atlas. I ride Nike boots and have owned the ZF-1, Kaiju, and DK all in a 9.5. All of which fit (with room to spare) in the M/L Atlas base.
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M/L for sure. Basetray is wide.
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Don't be too leary of the Union toe strap. They've refined the shape for this season (similar to last season's, but with better hold), and Unions are BOMBER. No tooless adjustment doo-dads to break. No auto tech that saves you a few seconds when strapping in, but is just one more thing waiting to break. True, they don't have canting, but I recommend trying cnted bindings before you buy. They can definitely be a love it/hate it thing.

Why aren't you looking at Burtons? Malavitas, Cartels, or Missions might all work well for you.
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If I were to get the Union Atlas's should I go with a large/x-large binding? I have size 10 boots.
Get a M/L binding.

I have a 10.5 kaiju and I can fit into M/L or L/XL Contact or Force basetrays, but the Atlas tray is longer than either of those.
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