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so i ordered the force in a m/l and it says for boots (7-10) i just bought burton rulers in a 10.5 and i keep thinking they might not fit but in every other boot my size is a 10 just the rulers felt a bit more snug so i got them.

i read a couple of threads where people had the force in l/xl and there 10-10.5 boot felt a little loose so does anyone have a 10.5 boot in a m/l force?
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so i ordered the force in a m/l and it says for boots (7-10) i just bought burton rulers in a 10.5 and i keep thinking they might not fit but in every other boot my size is a 10 just the rulers felt a bit more snug so i got them.

i read a couple of threads where people had the force in l/xl and there 10-10.5 boot felt a little loose so does anyone have a 10.5 boot in a m/l force?
I've got 10.0 boots and got the l/xl. Think the m/l might be a bit too snug, for me anyway. The l/xl is definitely not too large for a 10 or 10.5.
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You should've gone with the L/XL

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how much bigger is the l/xl binding i got a 151 custom will it cause it any problems?
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how much bigger is the l/xl binding i got a 151 custom will it cause it any problems?
Ummm........No
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i got a 32 lashed size 9.5
do i need m/l? or l/xl?

will l/xl be too big for my burton custom 154?
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ok, on the rulers, your fine, they use burtons shrinkage techso they aer actually more like a size nice, so your good.on the 32s, you should also be fine.
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i got a 32 lashed size 9.5
do i need m/l? or l/xl?

will l/xl be too big for my burton custom 154?
You should go with M/L

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