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10-12-2012 04:36 AM
509-pow 270 and i ride burton cartels. never had a problem.
10-12-2012 03:24 AM
ralch Thanks guys for the advises. Honestly, I was in doubt about K2 National or Rome 390/Boss.
10-11-2012 11:53 PM
TLN
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Originally Posted by Toomeyct View Post
I also wear a size 14 boot. I know for sure any of the Ride XL bindings will fit as well as any Flow XL binding. Those are the ones I personally have experience with and can be sure that they fit.
I second this. Ride CAD XL and US13 malamutes are fine, and i believe US14-16 will fit in fine.
10-11-2012 08:15 PM
Nivek
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Originally Posted by ShredLife View Post
geeeee, ya think?

if not he's just about the biggest dickrider since Jenna Jameson.
Of course he does, I was just trying to figure out if Union, Capita, or Coal.
I'm hoping for Capita. Or maybe Union. We need a new Union dewd here. But it'd be nice to have a Capita guy here too... hmmm
10-11-2012 07:55 PM
ShredLife
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Do you work somewhere in C3?
geeeee, ya think?

if not he's just about the biggest dickrider since Jenna Jameson.
10-11-2012 06:57 PM
bseracka You'll probably want a binding on the stiff end of the scale. I'd suggest taking your boot to local shops and seeing what works first hand.
10-11-2012 05:59 PM
Toomeyct I also wear a size 14 boot. I know for sure any of the Ride XL bindings will fit as well as any Flow XL binding. Those are the ones I personally have experience with and can be sure that they fit.
10-11-2012 05:37 PM
Nivek
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Originally Posted by P.Swayze View Post
Ralch-

Size 14 Boot set ups can get trickey-

Depending on the Model and Year of the boots the overall size and fit can vary-

UNION's Fit up to a 1 4- The Atlas and Force are both great options for the larger rider that wants a more supportive binder- I am a larger rider and have ridden both. The Force being slightly stiffer-

K2 Makes an XL size in their line that fits most of the 14+ Sizes nicely-

I would recommend taking your personal boots do your local UNION dealer and sizing them up in person to see what fits you the best.
Do you work somewhere in C3?
10-11-2012 04:44 PM
P.Swayze Ralch-

Size 14 Boot set ups can get trickey-

Depending on the Model and Year of the boots the overall size and fit can vary-

UNION's Fit up to a 1 4- The Atlas and Force are both great options for the larger rider that wants a more supportive binder- I am a larger rider and have ridden both. The Force being slightly stiffer-

K2 Makes an XL size in their line that fits most of the 14+ Sizes nicely-

I would recommend taking your personal boots do your local UNION dealer and sizing them up in person to see what fits you the best.
10-11-2012 09:06 AM
TLN Rides works fine for me with 230lbs.
I can easily carve on this. Try to get a CAD or NRC with super-nice footbed.
Also i know Rome and Union force are good.

Actually it depends on how you're gonna use the board, may be the only one will fit you is catek fr2
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