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help me pick bindings.

I have the Forum Destroyer Boots in a 10.5 size.

Im looking for an all mountain binding and was looking at the Burton p1.1
Burton Snowboard Bindings Burton P1.1 Snowboard Bindings
which size would i need for these shoes,and also if anyone can recommended some other bindings to look at.
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p1.1 are more of a jib/ park binding. They have about a medium stiffness. According to the size chart get a large
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Union Forces in L/XL

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Rome 390s! or targas if your riding more freeride, but definately 390s for park.
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K2 Formula/Sweater for all-mountain. That or Union Forces.

Forces have way awesomer heel straps, Formulas have the better highback. I sprung for Formulas at the start of the season and I'm lovin them.
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