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  Quote Robnaldo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: Binding Size for a New 32 Boot
    Posted: Apr/02/2011 at 5:58am
Hey guys,

I'm looking at buying a pair of new 2009 Thirty Two TM2 boots(Size 9) and the Sierra/Rome S90 bindings.

I'm having a hard time deciding between binding sizes, and I've gotten conflicting answers.

The sizes are:
Size S/M = 4 to 9.5
Size L/XL = 9 to 14

I've heard that 32's run big....but I also know the TM2 are super light....which makes me think they aren't really that big.

I've made the mistake of buying the wrong size binding over the net before, and I'd like to try and avoid it this time around!

Let me know if you can help me out =)
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  Quote CheckOnTrips Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/02/2011 at 6:46pm

32's run big in the fact that they are a bit wide.  If i were you id definitely go with the s/m.  Bindings should be as snug as possible within the limits of the sizing.  Those 32's should fit just fine with the Rome S90's.

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  Quote Robnaldo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/06/2011 at 2:01pm
Originally posted by CheckOnTrips

32's run big in the fact that they are a bit wide.  If i were you id definitely go with the s/m.  Bindings should be as snug as possible within the limits of the sizing.  Those 32's should fit just fine with the Rome S90's.



Thanks Checkontrips!

Bah I just sent an e-mail to TruSnow support and got they told me to get L/XL...now I'm really confused =(

Anyone with first hand/2nd hand experience with these types of products?
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  Quote spenser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/06/2011 at 3:06pm
i can make a moderately educated guess, which would be that you'd need a l/xl base but s/m straps.  the s/m base is not very big.. my 8.5 nike zoom forces fit fine in it but it wasn't as perfect as, say, union or burton mediums, which are a little more "relaxed" if that makes sense.  with a 32 running a bit wider and being a 9, i think they'd like to be in the larger base but i think the large straps could be too much.

i have one 390 left here, l/xl, but we don't carry 32 yet.  i tried a size 9 burton moto and it would be better in the s/m, but then i tried a size 9 zoom force and it was good in the large.  the heel is wider on the outside, whereas the burton was narrower and had maybe a half inch extra space side to side (total, not on each side).  a 32 is going to be more comparable to the nike on the outside so based on my little test just now, i'm going to say l/xl

the straps were also fine with the size 9 zoom force, they weren't as big as i thought.

on a side note, the rome convert toe strap is the best toe strap i've ever had the pleasure to to business with.
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  Quote thesupaflies Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/27/2011 at 8:32am
well if your feet have stopped growing i would say the s/m but if you are going to get new and bigger boots in the next season or the season after i would go for the l/xl. hope this helps
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What you post is so useful to me. Thank you a lot.





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  Quote 808miles Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/18/2011 at 5:56pm
The thing with thirtytwo's is that they are really wide in the toe box. I used to wear a pair of size 9 TM-Two's and they wouldn't completely fit in my bindings (Raidens). They would catch on the sides near the toe strap. I've tried Rome Arsenals and if you get a S/M you'll have to max out all the straps to fit a size 9. The L/XL will be an easier fit, but spenser had a good idea to get S/M straps.
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  Quote panther Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/21/2011 at 6:17am
i'd probably go with the L/XL, unless you can find a pair of smalls before you buy to try them in.  i can barely get my 32's into medium burton bindings (size 8.5), but then again, i'd rather have a snug fitting binding than a really loose one.
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