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I just picked up a capita TFA 159. My last board was a burton uninc with cartel co2 est bindings. My issue is that with burton bindings my boot is a little small for a large and almost to big for a medium. I currently have a pair of 4 year old 32 lashed size 10.5 that I love. I tried other large burton bindings and the boots just never fit right. I'm on a budget of 150 bucks new or used. I would like to try something other then burton. I had good look with a set of ride bindings years ago but no idea how there current bindings are.

I am a bigger guy at 240 lbs and I ride mostly all mountain with some jumps here and there.
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I think your best bet is going to be finding some last years large K2 Formulas.

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My bro is on these. They're super responsive. Ride makes stiffer bindings that can easily handle a 240lbs rider. I'm pretty impressed with them. For the price you can't beat it.

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so should I go with the large witch fits 9-11? Not sure if a 10.5 will be pushing it
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so should I go with the large witch fits 9-11? Not sure if a 10.5 will be pushing it
depends on the footprint of your boots, i had size 11 salomon synapses and they were too big for large Rides.
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so should I go with the large witch fits 9-11? Not sure if a 10.5 will be pushing it
I'm a 10.5 and the Large fits perfectly. The size chart for these says 8-12 for the Large.
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