The largest Burton snowboard bindings are a size large, which will fit a men's shoe size 10 through 14. If feet are larger than a size 14, prepare to deal with some toe drag when snowboarding with tips from an experienced snowboarder in this free video on Burton snowboarding equipment.
Hey, how's it going. I'm Matt, we're at Ski N See in Sandy, Utah. We're talking about Burton bindings, and sizing. Unlike shoe sizes, you're not buying bindings a size eight, or a size nine. You're buying a small, medium, or large. Now a large binding, is basically going to be, in Burton, is going to be a size ten and above. Now, that ten and above, you may think, you know, a size ten, I've got a size 15 foot, is a large really going to work for me. Well it is, because what they do, is they put these gas pedals, or extendible foot beds on the bottom. So here you've got a size ten. So you kick this all the way out, you just lift this up, pull that all the way out, and it's going to extend to an 11, 12, 13, 14, you know. If you've got a bigger foot than that, then unfortunately, toe drag, is just something you're going to have to deal with, but that Burton large binding will still work for you. Size mediums are going to be eight, to ten. Small's, underneath that, and then as far as youth bindings go, it's going to fit a youth sized shoe from a size two to a size six. They also make little guys for you toddlers out there that are learning to shralp, and rally. So if you've got anymore questions, about Burton bindings, or their sizing, check out utahskis.com, and you can go ahead and purchase yourself a pair and get any other information that you need.