We all know the feeling you get on your shins after a long couple days of skiing. It can be painful and effect your skiing. Most people; judging from previous comments on threads, show that a majority of NS will comment like they know things that they truly don't, and that they don't really know what shinbang is.
Firstly, Shinbang is what skiers get, but shinsplints is what runners and walkers get. They are the same thing. This means that shin bang is because of impact as well as afterbanging or sitting back in your ski stance to much.
Shin splints are injuries to the front of the outer leg. While the exact injury is not known, shin splints seem to result from inflammation due to injury of the tendon (posterior peroneal tendon) and adjacent tissues in the front of the outer leg.(MedicineNet.com)
Shin splints are a member of a group of injuries called "overuse injuries." Shin splints occur most commonly in runners or aggressive walkers.(MedicineNet.com)
Often times if your ski boot is to big, canted funny, or in walk mode shinbang will occur. IF THE BOOT FITS.
How to heal it:
Just like when you work out shin splints/bang creates micro tears in your muscle. It is also caused by inflammation. This causes what is shown in the image below.
This means that protein, icing (for the inflammation), and stress-less periods of time will eventually heal your pain.
Here is a video on how to tape it. It is possible to tape your foot and put it in your ski boot.
Also these videos have different techniques.
*Please if you try these leave input.
If you have anything to add or disagree with something I said please let me know by comment or PM.
-caused by stress and overworking.
-wrap it up.
No hate I'm trying to help.
Yes, if full tilts fit your foot they will also make shin bang less prominent.