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right wide board ?

Hi, (sorry for my english..)

My new board is Burton Custom Restricted 2014 (width waist 250mm) my foot size is 9 US.

My old bard was Matrix Gyro (width waist 260mm)

I'm not accustomed to a narrow snowboard in the center. These are the photos with new snowboard (250 mm and 9 boots U.S.). Does not exceed my boots Too much?

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binding is shifted up to the tip of the foot (to the maximum extent possible) because when it is in the middle, heel very protrudes.

Board: burton custom restricted 2014 (158)
bindings: burtn mission restricted 2014
boots: DC rogan 2014
stance: 56-58 cm
angle +15 - 15

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The things I would do for a size 9 boot.

You're fine, you can ride anything, especially a Burton with a 25cm waist width.
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You'd have to lay down some serious carves before it gave you any trouble!!!!!
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i use a 12 boot on a regular width board, no troubles
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i use a 12 boot on a regular width board, no troubles
Yup, i ride a 25cm waist width board with 11.5 Boot size.
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So it's okay ..

one more question ..

Board is a Burton Custom Restricted 2014 - Classification snowboarding on "thegoodride" is - "on snow feel semi-catchy "
The Burton Custom Restricted Review & Price Comparison

but binding is Burton Mission EST and classified - "board type: moderate"
Burton Custom Re Flex Review by The Good Ride

-Modern vs semi-catchy definitoins About The Good Ride Snowboard Reviews

It is OK ?

it will be good when bindings is not for the board (type on snow feel): semi-catchy, but for moderate?

Thanks !
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