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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-31-2008, 05:26 PM
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Rome Binding Size

Hey guys. I just bought a pair of size 9.5 US Salomon F22. I was wondering if I should go with a S/M or L/XL pair of Rome 390's. The waist width of my board is 247 if that needs to be considered because my large Cartels didn't fit too well on the board just because of how big they were. Thanks.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-31-2008, 07:05 PM
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Before I bought the 08 390's, I tried on a pair of S/M 07 390's with the straps and all fully extended. I wear a size 9 boot, and the bindings didn't fit them too well. Tried on the 08 L/XL and the fit was solid out of the box. Technically the S/M 390's can fit a 9.5 boot, but it won't fit too well, if the 07's I tried on are any indication of how they'll fit you. Personally, I'd nab the L/XL's.
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Before I bought the 08 390's, I tried on a pair of S/M 07 390's with the straps and all fully extended. I wear a size 9 boot, and the bindings didn't fit them too well. Tried on the 08 L/XL and the fit was solid out of the box. Technically the S/M 390's can fit a 9.5 boot, but it won't fit too well, if the 07's I tried on are any indication of how they'll fit you. Personally, I'd nab the L/XL's.
Also depends on your boot IMO. Salomon F22's have a smaller than average footprint.
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Well it depends how old you are because if you're 12-18 years of age your feet are still growing and you should go with L/XL bindings which will last you. Plus if they seem to big you can adjust them to the smallest size they will adjust to thats what I did with my Rome Arsenal's and they are perfect.
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I just received my 390s yesterday and adjusted them to fit my size 9 Salomon Synapse boots with no problems.

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Thanks for all the help guys, my foot has stopped growing so I might snag the S/M because my boot is supposed to have a footprint of a 8.5-9 boot. I've had bad experiences with bindings too big =). BTW Grimdog, I was wondering if your 390's were S/M or L/XL that could fit the size 9 Synapses?
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Thanks for all the help guys, my foot has stopped growing so I might snag the S/M because my boot is supposed to have a footprint of a 8.5-9 boot. I've had bad experiences with bindings too big =). BTW Grimdog, I was wondering if your 390's were S/M or L/XL that could fit the size 9 Synapses?

Sorry, mine are L/XL.

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