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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-24-2013, 11:40 PM Thread Starter
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Question Are my bindings too big for my boot size?

I have 9.5 U.S men's Burton Moto boots with large IPO Now bindings. I'm wondering if these bindings are too big for my boot size(9.5 U.S) and if should switch to a Medium binding instead?

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Probably yes. If you can strap in tight and get the boot centred then it doesnt matter
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The only thing I think it could affect would be.

Toe ramp or gas pedal not getting it's full potential because of the position of the palm of your foot. ???

The straps cranking down till they almost run out of room.

The boot not having a snug fit in the base.

But I believe you could still use them. 9.5 is right at the limit of the medium before you would move to a large.
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