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janahan 04-02-2008 06:41 PM

what size bindings?
 
Hi i just purchased some Burton moto boots size 9.5. Will they fit in a medium sized triad binding? My friend got p1 bindings and said that size 9 motos are tight in medium. On the Burton website it says large is only for shoe size 10+ but im 15 and can still grow.

So what im asking is, whether my 9.5 Burton motos will fit in a Large Burton triad binding?

crazyface 04-02-2008 09:21 PM

i had some Large burton freestyle bindings and wear size 9 boots. the bindings were a little too big, but after some adjusting they worked ok.

rewind 04-03-2008 08:22 AM

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Originally Posted by janahan (Post 46148)
Hi i just purchased some Burton moto boots size 9.5. Will they fit in a medium sized triad binding? My friend got p1 bindings and said that size 9 motos are tight in medium. On the Burton website it says large is only for shoe size 10+ but im 15 and can still grow.

So what im asking is, whether my 9.5 Burton motos will fit in a Large Burton triad binding?

I brought my size 9.5 DC Boa boots into a local shop and put them in medium Cartel's and they fit just fine. Of course, they fit fine in the large Cartel's too. But I went with the mediums, since the boot fit just fine.

Simply^Ride 04-03-2008 11:08 AM

I say if you can hit your local store and try them both and see which one fits better for you. If you don't have a store close by, I would suggest to get the large model since your feet might grow more.

livelyjay 04-03-2008 02:43 PM

^^^ Either that or contact Burton. They are a large company so I'm not sure how quick they are to respond. Measuring the footprint of the boot might be helpful if you contact them.

When I bought my Ride bindings my boots were on the cusp of L vs. XL. They told me if I had a larger footprint 10.5 I might want the XL, unless I like to be really tight in the binding. Since I was buying a Ride boot in size 10 I knew I wouldn't really have a problem. Bindings are pretty flexible for sizing. I expanded mine to be as big as it could get and my original boots fit fine.

BC-Rider 04-03-2008 07:21 PM

Get a L/XL binding and you should be able to adjust it to the smallest size and when you grow just resize your bindings again to a bigger size.


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