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Nikolausdid you overshoot any jump or have weir landings, cuz that can fuck up your shins. i overshot a 20 foot jump by 20 feet and practically landed in the tranny to the next jump and it gave me horrible shinbang.Nope never overshot or had weird landings, the first time my shins started hurting was just from riding the bunny hill. My 2 other days of skiing i never overshot or anything either it just came out of know where on day 1
freestyler540Dude, rental gear is brutal as fuck. Its almost like skiing in rubber boots. They never fit right.
I hate to break it, but if you dont want skiing to suck, you have to get the over the top boot with a good boot fitter. If you wanna invest in the sport, drop a solid 400$ for anything worthy to wear. When you have found the right one, its like angels orgasming in your boot.
Another possibility is bad posture. If so, you are backseat and not a little bit. Learn to lean in the front of the boot and shinbang will be greatly reduced.
Anguz_liAlright so I've got 3 times this week, after a couple of runs on the bunny hill(Cuz Terrain Park to advanced) my legs started to hurt I thought it was nothing but later to my last couple of runs it kinda hurt like a bitch. When I took off my boots both my shins had a bigish looking bruise, this has never happened to me at all this was the first time. All 3 days the boot kept on bruising my shins, I've had this boot for 2 years this didn't happen this year would you guys suggest I go to the shops and see if its the boot I mean it doesn't feel tight cause I usually have it tight when I'm riding so my feet don't move to much.
Has this happen to anyone, so far I kinda dislike going to the terrain parks cause jumping makes it feel worse.