What size binding should I choose?

Last update on September 18, 2020

There are two sizes of binding Meidjo:

  • binding size S: for shoes of less than 300 mm. For Scarpa and Cripi from 22.5 to 26 (mondopoint) and for Scott from 22.5 to 25.5 (mondopoint)
  • binding size L: for shoes greater than 300 mm. For Scarpa and Cripi from 26.5 to 31 (mondopoint) and for Scott from 26 to 31 (mondopoint).

Values (in mm) are written to the heel of the shoe.

For ski boots, there is a very simple standard, developed about 20 years ago: the Mondopoint.

The unit simply corresponds to the length of your foot in centimeters, just measure it and choose a size accordingly.

Here's the procedure for knowing your shoe size:

  • put a sheet on the floor against a wall
  • place yourself on this sheet in order to have your back flat against a wall, the heels glued to the wall
  • draw a point of reference in front of the most advanced toe of your foot.
  • measure the length between the most advanced toe of your foot and the back of your heel.

It is essential to measure both feet.

This corresponds to being able to pass a finger behind the heel when one has the foot in the boot. The mondopoint size allows you to select shoes but should not replace a careful fit.

Don’t forget to measure both feet. One always has one stronger than the other

These values are given as an indication, each manufacturer has its own conversion table.

Sizes indication values for telemark shoes

Source : www.skitrace.com
For more information and advice, please contact a specialist store.

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