Woah hang on a second. It depends on the boot u have. I happen to own a pair of Salomon boots (Savage) and the M/L Force Bindings, but I dont use them together cos the boot has a super long profile and upper end is thick. Sure you can lengthen the straps to make it squeeze in, but one other problem is centering your boot in your binding and on the M/L I cant. I wear size 270 Salomon Savages and somehow the toes stick out way more. This translates into difficulty centering the binding on the board. I agree it is better to have tighter fitting binding than one that is slightly loose. But this combi runs into the problem I just mentioned.
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I own a pair. Mystic Footbeds keep your soles feeling energised and the wider fit of these boots are great for those with flat feet so you dont get those pressure points. Good skate like feel to the boots. Its got a good medium flex. Stiffer than your jib boot but still flexes, softer than your charging boots but still gives support. Only downside is that is is quite long ... a size 270 Savage is 1cm or so longer than your 275 Celcius, Northwave boots and both the latter boots are known to be huge-ish. Also it does not have an articulating cuff so flexing it does distort the boot. Its a great boot. Just wish they'd have shrinkage tech and some articulation...
The Red Gradient lens is not close to the Persimmon lens. It is like an Amber lens with different gradations of darkness and starts from being very dark red at the top of the lens and becomes lighter and lighter towards the bottom of the lens. Hence the "gradient". I would use it for bright day time conditions to medium light. Flat light gets a bit tough.