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Im thinkin of buying a lib tech attack banana will these bindings fit??and i have a size 10.5 boot wat size should i get??
April 19, 2013
dope bindings. had them for 2 years already and i ride 100 plus days a year. and i weigh 200lbs. i do jumps everyday and ride deep utah pow. Barely starting to fall apart now. light weight and comfortable with my burton rulers. Im 5 11 and wear a size 12 boot and rock a lib tech skunk ape 165. Killer bindings in my opionion
4 days ago
So a s/m would work for my girlfriend who wears an 8 boot? The sizing chart is confusing under men's it says s/m fits a women's 5.5-9 but under women's it says you need a m/l. I like the bindings jus wanna make sure they fit
February 24, 2013
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im going to buy a völkl vice sqd 153. it has a waist size of 250. my boots are nike vapen 11.5. will the l/xl flites fit﻿ me ??
February 15, 2013
Hey i ride a 152 Capita with burton boots size 11.5 and i have them in L/XL and it is a really tight fit but they do fit and i love them
By: Daniel Hunter
February 19, 2013
September 13, 2012
The name says it all! This binding is super light and amazingly responsive! It has a really soft flex to it, and makes for tweaking grabs so much easier! This binding is very fun and a must have if you like your bindings soft and light!
Yes. I wear a size 11 and I still have plenty of room.
By: Brett Smith
January 14, 2013
Just bought a Rome garage rocker 152 and i wear a size 11.5 boot. will these bindings fit my board?
December 11, 2012
I ride a 2010 152 Capita stair master and wear about a size 10.5 boot maybe 11, would i need the L/XL? or the M/L?
By: Daniel Hunter
November 1, 2012
Are Union bindings still considered unisex? Or have they shifted to male and female specific?
October 14, 2012
My Unions bindings are somewhat wide and look like they are made for just men but i could be wrong. Ask a DogFunk Expert..
Will these bindings fit on the step child jib stick slim?
By: dylan sargent
October 11, 2012
XL Unions wont fit on narrower boards.
You could go either way. One factor will be your weight. If you're a lighter person, go with the M/L - they will be a little softer and better for you. If you're a little heavier, go with the L/XL. Enough consideration is your boots. If you have very bulky boots the larger size might be a better option and vice verse. Hope this helps!
By: Brandon Collett
September 19, 2012