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burton M/L bindings fit what size boots?

I'm sure you don't care about the long boring story but anyway, does anyone know what size boots I can get into a pair of burton M/L bindings. I have 11 burton sabbaths, 11 northwave freedoms, and 11 thirty-two prions. Will these work?
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M/L bindings?? You mean Medium or Large? Size 11 will fit in size Large bindings.
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the person i'm buying them from said the bindings are, quote, "m/l". I know a large is preferable, that's what I have on my boards, but I'm not familiar with this whole M/L thing. I saw it listed online, but I couldn't find a sizing chart. Anyone run into a pair of these?
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what kind of burton bindings are they?



Mens Medium--> 8-10 Large-->10+

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i'm still waiting on that info. I'm buying someone's twin that they used four or five times then realized snowboarding wasn't for them. I saw bindings on the picture and asked if they were included, I asked what kind and size and All i saw was m/l. could that possibly be men's large? are there different bindings for men and women? I assumed they were unisex.
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You sure the board isn't rated M/L? Burton rates there boards which bindings should fit on which size board. M/L could be the binding sizes that will fit on that board. In which case Large bindings should fit on that board.
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m/l bindings are the rental ones

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