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binding size?

Hey I've got 32 stw boa boots size 9 and i'm thinking about getting ride spi bindings. Wondering if i should get M or L size bindings?
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In this model, you definitely want the Large.

For men's boots the Medium is designed for sizes 5-8 and the Large from 8-11.

It is always a good idea to try to be in the middle of a bindings size range, so that you have max adjustability.

Hope that helps.
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Yeah go for the Large.
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Hi Oxi,

I saw that you submitted your address for the give-away I did over on the Flow thread http://www.snowboardingforum.com/gen...ype-boots.html. Well, you weren't first on that one, but here is a little bonus. We think that the Tennine Marc Frank Montoya Pro model bindings are top notch and will hang with any conventional bindings in the industry.

I'm going to hook you up with a free pair of the 2009's. Post up some pics when you get them, and be sure to let us know your honest opinion of the bindings after you've beat on them.

Marc Frank invented the Toe-cap strap that everone has now borrowed for their own bindings, and T9 has come up with many other innovations that are now standards in the industry. Like the Flow bindings they have one of the best warranty rates in the business. Last year we sold over 1,000 pair and we replaced six straps, 2 ratchets, and one highback.
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Hi Oxi,

I saw that you submitted your address for the give-away I did over on the Flow thread http://www.snowboardingforum.com/gen...ype-boots.html. Well, you weren't first on that one, but here is a little bonus. We think that the Tennine Marc Frank Montoya Pro model bindings are top notch and will hang with any conventional bindings in the industry.

I'm going to hook you up with a free pair of the 2009's. Post up some pics when you get them, and be sure to let us know your honest opinion of the bindings after you've beat on them.

Marc Frank invented the Toe-cap strap that everone has now borrowed for their own bindings, and T9 has come up with many other innovations that are now standards in the industry. Like the Flow bindings they have one of the best warranty rates in the business. Last year we sold over 1,000 pair and we replaced six straps, 2 ratchets, and one highback.
Man this guy is awesome!! Thanks! Will definitely try them on and post pics on my trip this xmas!
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Stoked to help you out man. Everyone kicks it out for the already pro level guys, but we have always liked to get some SWAG into the hands of real riders - the core of the sport.

I will send you a pair of these Monday morning Technine Montoya MFM 2009 Snowboard Bindings.

Merry Christmas
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Actually

I have size 8 K2 Darkos.

They have the same footprint width as size 9/9.5 DC Graphix? Scout? whatever boots.

They fit into MEDIUM Ride CADs (just fit, but they're in there).

Throw in some Shift Discs and there's plenty of extra room length-wise.

THERE ARE SPECIFIC REASONS AS TO WHY I AM MORE LOCAL THAN YOU

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