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07gsxr 11-11-2008 10:56 PM

So im all stressed out.....
 
I went to the local boardshop today to pick up my new board i had waxed and to pick out some new boots. After trying on a bunch of boots, i picked the 09 Burton Ruler. The only thing was my last snowboard boots were size 11 and the Ruler's are size 10. Well anyway the shop guy was checkin out my board / bindings (Burton Air / Customs Sz L) he said my bindings are likely going to be too big for my new boots. Anyways, im gonna be taking a trip here shortly and want to make sure im all set up. The Burton website says the Sz L bindings work with size 10 + boots.

Do you really think it is going to be that big of a deal?

I dont think he was trying to sell me some new bindings because he said i "should" be OK but might want to consider some size mediums.

bobepfd 11-11-2008 11:05 PM

I'm not sure what kind of bindings you have but typically a size 10 is just fine for a size large binding.

07gsxr 11-11-2008 11:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bobepfd (Post 79479)
I'm not sure what kind of bindings you have but typically a size 10 is just fine for a size large binding.

Burton Customs

arsenic0 11-12-2008 12:53 AM

You should be fine...

Quote:

The vast majority of bindings in the industry come in three sizes:
Binding Size

Boot Size
Small

1-6 Juniors
1-6 Women

Medium

5-9 Men
5-10 Women

Large
Some Models

9-13 Men
9-15 Men

X-Large

12-15 Men


07gsxr 11-12-2008 01:03 AM

Cool thanks for the info

PaoloSmythe 11-12-2008 05:52 AM

i have size 10 cirro and medium sized cartels

they give me no stress

binders are so adjustable these days, they seem to allow for a lot of overlap




and cue Mr Avenger..... :D

Twix 11-12-2008 05:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PaoloSmythe (Post 79554)
i have size 10 cirro and medium sized cartels

they give me no stress

binders are so adjustable these days, they seem to allow for a lot of overlap




and cue Mr Avenger..... :D

From the mind of Mr. Avenger: Your boots and bindings are garbage! Throw them away and buy from a real company. Burton is the anti-Christ. :)

Sorry Mr. Avenger, I couldn't resist. Mr. Smythe threw up the alley-oop and I had to dunk it. No disrespect intended. :)

PaoloSmythe 11-12-2008 06:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Twix (Post 79558)
No disrespect intended.

aw don't say that! he loves that shit!

Twix 11-12-2008 06:02 AM

I'll chime in with my two cents and agree with the previous replies. You won't have any problems with that setup.

Enjoy your new setup man.

Fallen Saint 11-12-2008 09:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 07gsxr (Post 79476)
I went to the local boardshop today to pick up my new board i had waxed and to pick out some new boots. After trying on a bunch of boots, i picked the 09 Burton Ruler. The only thing was my last snowboard boots were size 11 and the Ruler's are size 10. Well anyway the shop guy was checkin out my board / bindings (Burton Air / Customs Sz L) he said my bindings are likely going to be too big for my new boots. Anyways, im gonna be taking a trip here shortly and want to make sure im all set up. The Burton website says the Sz L bindings work with size 10 + boots.

Do you really think it is going to be that big of a deal?

I dont think he was trying to sell me some new bindings because he said i "should" be OK but might want to consider some size mediums.

Dude is just messing with you. My dogs ride in 10.5 DCs and I know they fit fine with my buddies burton L/XL bindings, just don't ask me which ones he uses lol


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