Alright so I know there are 1000 different articles on shin bang but I can't find anything that relates to my problems. I went skiing for the first time this season a few days ago and during my time on the mountain I was having insane pain in my shin and lower ankle. I already keep my boots strapped up tight and ski front seat so I never lose contact with the tongue of my boot. I noticed it most when carving and especially when I was hiking rails. I noticed that the tongues of my boots shift around when I ski. Is that something that is causing pain? If so is there any way to prevent it? I am also getting a lot of pain on the top of my foot where my foot meets my ankle. It is hard to explain so I put a picture below. It feels as if the plastic of the boot is pushing into that area. Am I just using muscles in my legs that I haven't used in a while or should I loosen up my boots.
If it helps I ride K2 BFC 120 boots and I am 6'2 200 lbs. Any help is appreciated guys!
**This thread was edited on Nov 18th 2019 at 8:52:53pm
**This thread was edited on Nov 18th 2019 at 8:55:30pm