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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-06-2009, 06:45 PM
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Sizing Question on Union Forces

I wear a size 10 boot and I'm wondering if I should get the M/L or the L/XL Union Force Bindings. I don't want them to be too big, I dont want my binding to overhang. Or is that even a problem? Thanks

EDIT: I have 2006 DC Phase boots.

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If you have a less bulky boot, go with the M/L. Usually you want the smallest binding that your boot will comfortably fit in. If you can say what boot you'll be using, someone will be able to give you a more accurate answer.
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i wear a size 9.5 32 lashed on a m/l 08/09 force and its stretching it as it is.

so unless u have a low profile boot....then a l/xl might fit u better.
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I have the 09/10 green union forces with 10.5 32 lashed. rocking the L/XL, love it.
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I have 2006 DC Phase boots

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I have the 2009 Ride Crew Boa boots in size 10, so would the m/l or l/xl Union Forces be better for me?
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