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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-19-2009, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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Binding Help

Looking to grab a new set of bindings from Sierra. Any suggestions? Got a 5150 Movement, beginner,looking to get into freestyle riding in the future.

Been lookin at the Rome shift, and the Burton mission. I heard the mission is a good all-around binding?

I wear a 10.5 in boots, should i be going for a L or XL.

What do you guys look for when choosing Bindings, besides board compatibility, and riding style? (for future reference)

thx in advance

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neither are very good

basically, the only bindings left at sierra that are worth anything to you would be union force or cadet dlx

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union force, 10.5 = L
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