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Hey, my foot is a 10.5 US, i wanna know...

Hey, my foot is a 10.5 US, i wanna know what size of binding i should go with? I'm thinking a large but I'm not sure, Thanks!

would you prefer these over the cartels...

would you prefer these over the cartels for generally park, occasional trails and such??

do these bindings have a fully adjustable...

do these bindings have a fully adjustable baseplate? not much in the description here

Are these All Mountain/FreeRide or pure...

Are these All Mountain/FreeRide or pure freestyle type of bindings? I've ridden the P1 and presently use the Cartel. I have a new EST board and am looking for an EST binding. I dont ride Park at all.

Hey i gotta quick question, just bought...

Hey i gotta quick question,
just bought this in black size Medium.
But my sizing for boots is 11.
Do you guys think that would be a problem?

Best Answer

Unless you have a super bulky boot it should fit... (technically medium goes up to a size 10) It will be a lil' snug, but in my opinion its better to be snug than all loosey goosey!

I choose to ride a medium binding and I ride a 10.5 boot... Again, I like the tighter fit.

Same here. Size 10.5 Burton boots (2005 IONs) and size M bindungs (2009 CO2). For me, Burton's size M bindungs offer a perfect, snug, and very comfy fit. Size L bindings will still fit alright, though. With size 11 boots, things could already look different, especially with boots which are on the bulky side. You have to keep in mind that not all Burton boots have the same measurements. The lower end models tend to be way more bulky than the high end models. All in all, I believe you can hardly go wrong with a Burton size L binding if you have Burton size 11 boots, whatever model they are. Peace.