(Note: This is for shins that already have shinbang, it is simply a method to ease the pain while your shins heal.)
What you'll need:
-An old rubbery mousepad
-An exacto knife
I decided a lot of people could benefit from this. It worked for me.
Here's what you do.
-Find an old mousepad lying around that you don't care for. It's important that it is a thick rubbery one made from neoprene.
-Cut it in half, shortways, or "Hamburger style" as some may call it.
-Next, take one of the halves of the mousepad, place it on one of your shins vertically, so that it covers most of the bottom half of your shin, and wraps around your leg a little.
-Push on your shin, and find your painful spots. Draw a rectangle around the spot where it hurts on your shin. Repeat the last two steps with the other half of the mousepad.
-Cut the rectangles out that you drew.
Before skiing, place these inside your boot. The whole idea of it is that it keeps the already bruised part of your shin from pushing on the tongue of your boot too hard, thus easing the pain while they heal, as opposed to taking a break from skiing entirely.
Hope this helps you guys.