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Help! Correct Sizing?

Hey guys I need some help. I am 5'7" and weigh 120 and have a size 9.5 boot. I'm ordering the Skate Banana and some Union Forces. What sizes would I need for each? I was thinking 152 for my board since the 148 is a narrow and for the bindings get the L/XL?

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Can someone please help?
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Probably go with the 152, and for a 9.5 boot you will need a L binding, XL will be too big
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i would go with large bindings. i have 12 boots on large bindings and they're fine. for the board size, get something bigger than 52 unless its a park board...

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The Forces come in M/L and L/XL, get the M/L thats what I have and wear size 10 boots. Also be careful with what type of boots you have.Example/ I have 32's that are to wide for my Contacts,but perfect for my Forces. What I'm trying to say is some boots are wider than others.

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i would go with large bindings. i have 12 boots on large bindings and they're fine. for the board size, get something bigger than 52 unless its a park board...
Why would he get something bigger than a 52?
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152 is perfect for your size, but if i were you i might think about getting medium bindings, i have a 9.5 foot as well and the mediums work out perfect
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I can only get a good deal on the L/XL so should I just order those?
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I cant find any size sheet for Union bindings, Sierrasnowboard has some but it has like 5 different tables with 5 totally different sizing charts...
You want the smallest bindings you fit into..for a Burton binding at 9.5 you'd be in a Medium binding.

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Here are the sizes:
M/L: 5-8.5
L/XL: 9 - 13

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