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01-27-2011 09:26 PM
LightninSVT Hmm, I'm not sure why you can't get them strapped down far enough. I had the 08's and now the 09's with size 12 T1's and then fit just fine. Bindings are size XL. The only problem I had was that that the bindings ripped part of the sole off one of my boots because they are almost too small for the boot.
01-26-2011 04:14 PM
problems with 2009 k2 autos

Hello All,

I was hoping to get some advice on how to get better fit with my autos. I purchased an XL size as they were supposed to fit size 11+. I am wearing size 11 K2 T1 DB's and have had to adjust the strap to the smallest size it can possibly get to stop the toe strap from sliding off.

My problem is is that the toe strap does not go down far enough now, so it is extremely difficult to get the boot in. Is there any way to make the toe strap fit a size 11 boot so that it will go far enough down to allow easy entry into the binding?

Thanks for the help!

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