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12-17-2011 04:49 AM
legallyillegal they're made to fit a variety of boots, not just yours

unless you have a few inches of space on either side, you'll be fine
12-16-2011 12:57 PM
Maddog96
Ride bindings too big???

Hey guys, I bought some ride alpha bindings in 11-13 size over the summer, but I just got some new boots that are a size 10. I can get the straps on plenty tight, but there is a decent amount of side to side play in the binding when placing them in, which is what has me worried. How big is too big when it comes to bindings??

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