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What size burton cartels?

What size burton cartels should I get?

Hey I have a large that I just bought but I'm unsure I made the right choice I have a size 10 ride triads. Should I exchange them for a medium.
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What size burton cartels should I get?

Hey I have a large that I just bought but I'm unsure I made the right choice I have a size 10 ride triads. Should I exchange them for a medium.
Yeah, you probably want a medium.

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a large will work, but I think a medium would be better.

I have a pair of L cartels with size 10 burton boots and I have to bottom out every ratchet in order to get them tight. I had a pair of M Burton customs last year and I liked the fit a lot better.

The cartel is a better binding that the custom, I just wish I would have gotten it in a M
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pop your boot in the bindings and see how they fit
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I have size 10 burton Grail boots, paired with size M malavitas. Perfect fit. I would go Medium.
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I got a size 10 boot with the large Cartels. . .ankle strap is on lowest setting and it is annoying to be bottoming out so i ordered a medium ankle strap. toe strap is fine and that toe strap is really awesome.....getting the medium strap seemed better that loosing a bunch on resale and buying the mediums.
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I got a size 10 boot with the large Cartels. . .ankle strap is on lowest setting and it is annoying to be bottoming out so i ordered a medium ankle strap. toe strap is fine and that toe strap is really awesome.....getting the medium strap seemed better that loosing a bunch on resale and buying the mediums.
did you call Burton and they sent it to you or did you have to buy it?

This sounds like a good option for me because I bottom out both my toe and ankle straps on my cartels.
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I forgot to mention I have the EST so mine go in the channel so that post helped but to my knowledge his problem was hole alignment
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