Check out our binding size charts below:
When it comes to sizing the biggest thing to consider is the footprint and overall bulk of your boot. If your boot has a reduced footprint and volume it may change your binding size. If you wear a Men's 8 or 10-11.5 or Women's 6 or 8, especially in Burton boots, you can go either way. With a few simple adjustments, you should be able to make either size work, but most riders develop a preference. Some considerations that influence that preference - weight (smaller bindings, less material), strap fit, highback comfort and power (response), additional boot wear caused by a more snug fit. Sound like too much info? Please contact us here for a recommendation.