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Old 06-27-2013, 04:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default larger bindings - does the width increase?

Hi guys, I have a set of medium bindings and I think they are slightly undersized due to the fact that heelcup is all the way back and i have more toe overhang.

but also it's a tight fight with the boot at the heel, i.e. the heel almost gets stuck right at the back, the binding sort of clamps it (clamp is exaggerated, there is a bit of interference)

My question is would a large binding be wider in that heel area, or is it supposed to be really snug
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Old 06-27-2013, 11:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Ya, generally a larger binding has a wider base when compared to a medium. The only instance I can think of is those shitty Rossignol bindings that can extend the heelcup back and supposedly "fit sizes 7-13". Stupid.
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Generally speaking yes, the binding chassis will be wider on a larger size, from forefoot to heelcup, whether it's metal/plastic or monocoque/multi-piece.
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