Redline Binding Size

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Redline Binding Size

Post by hknz » Wednesday 8 January 2020, 3:32

The Redline binding seems great. Any information on the sizing?

Boots:
1) MS 951 Shell A (mondo 24-25, BSL 276)
2) Atomic Backland (Mondo 22-22.5, BSL 248).

What size should I get to fit those boots and still have some room of play to adjust the boots relative to the snowboard edge?

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Re: Redline Binding Size

Post by joel » Wednesday 8 January 2020, 19:08

For those sizes of shoes you should use size M or S depending of the weight of the rider...

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Re: Redline Binding Size

Post by Swoard team » Wednesday 8 January 2020, 19:53

The REDLINE in sizes M and L are sold out since one week.
We are producing more. They should be ready in March.
Thank you for your patience.

The S size is for girls, light riders (< 60 kg) and small feet.

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Re: Redline Binding Size

Post by hknz » Friday 10 January 2020, 3:13

What is the approximately smallest boots (smallest boot sole length) S size can accommodate? :think:

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Re: Redline Binding Size

Post by Swoard team » Friday 10 January 2020, 17:46

Both smallest shells "279" for UPZ and "A" for MS can accommodate the size S. :bravo: We tested both.
Eventually, you may play with the oblong holes of central disk to shift the bindings (as this also happens with some softboots bindings).
The new S which we are producing will have a few more positions of setting for the smallest feet.

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