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paulharenberg 01-11-2012 5:33 PM

CWB Bindings
Anybody have any experience with 2011/2012 CWB bindings and know if they run big, to size, or small? Particularly the AA's, Marius, and Answers. Any opinions on them as far as quality / long lasting?


westsidarider 01-11-2012 7:28 PM

They run pretty dead on with normal shoe sizing however, like any boot they will stretch over time. I prefer my boots as tight as possible so I go with the size lower in my range meaning I wear a 11.5 shoe. I ride the 10-11/L boots. Super tight and hard to get into the first couple rides but then they loosen up and fit perfectly. Hope this helps.

Ride On Brotha

DesertWake 01-11-2012 7:48 PM

CWB is our Brand Partner @ Desert Wake, we've had great success with quality/durability....

cwb4me 01-11-2012 7:53 PM

I've ridden the Answers and the Marius.Both fit me fine.I wear a 9 and get the medium.Strings are chit,but thats the same on every binding i've owned.They are tight for the first dozen or so sets,then they are broken in.Medium in the flexibility department.If you have warranty issues CWB is easy to deal with.Hope this helps.

paulharenberg 01-12-2012 3:27 AM

That helps a lot guys.


wakeworld 01-12-2012 12:18 PM

I ride the AA's and although the blue on the liners has faded, the boot itself is hanging tough, super comfy and the size seems right on.

mikejones 01-12-2012 12:24 PM

I've ridden the '10 & '11 Answers, '10s I wore a Large, '11's I wear a Medium. I have a size 10 shoe. I find they run big. Quality on the 2011 Answers is great, they're still holding up.

radrachel 01-14-2012 11:30 PM

I ride the Torq and they are very comfy inside. Like a memory foam bed.

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