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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 04:43 PM
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Right Size Binding w/ Boots?

I've got size 9 K2 Raider BOA boots and size L Burton C16 bindings. The size L bindings range 9-11, so I'm on the lower end. Any opinions on the right fit? Thanks!
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-17-2008, 01:35 PM
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In a previous post you said that you have used your C16 bindings a total of 15 days. You should know by now if the boots fit the bindings properly.

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Thanks for the response, but it's not helpful. I'm looking for some feedback from others who have had the same questions. I just bought new boots that I've ridden twice with these bindings and I'm mindful that the size range for the bindings is 9-11 and I'm wearing 9's. That said, I'm considering purchasing new bindings and would think that I might be better off purchasing bindings with a range that ends at size 9 (size M) as opposed to starting at size 9 (size L). Any other inputs?
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Oh, well then, your original post said that you already had the bindings, not that you were going to buy new ones so it lacked the necessary information. That said, I have size 9 feet and have found it always better to get the larger size of the 2 just in case you go to a size 9 boot that has a larger footprint than you already have. You already have a set of C-16s and if you don't have any problems with fit to your current boot, then I'd stick with the Larges.

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