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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-15-2008, 11:56 PM
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Will these bindings fit my me?

I just ordered some Union forces online, which I'm stoked about. But I'm starting to wonder of M/L will fit me. I usually wear size 10-10.5 boots. Some sites say that M/L is 7.5-10, others say it's something else. Will I be okay?
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It'll likely be a bit of a stretch, but it's not like you're trying to get a size 12 into mediums.

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Are you looking at 08 forces? If so i've got a pair of L/xl that i ordered for the season but they're too big for me. There brand new. PM me if your intersted
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What boots are you riding? I have the L/XL with 10.5 vans danny kass and I wouldn't want to go smaller, but the boot seems pretty fat in width compared to others.
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I havent bought my boots yet, but i'm a size 9.5 and a few boots i tried with them they just seem too big. I bought them because the-house.com's sizing chart said m/l was like 6-8.5 but i've heard people say they can easily fit 10's in them
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I ride my M/L forces with a size 9 BFB and I dont have the heelcup all the way back. I think I could fit a 10 in there if I maxed them out.
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Originally Posted by legallyillegal View Post
It'll likely be a bit of a stretch, but it's not like you're trying to get a size 12 into mediums.
Which is actually almost possible as my buddy found out when the shop accidentally gave him medium bindings
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