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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-31-2012, 07:37 PM Thread Starter
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Lower outside of calf pain?

Hey i just stared getting a throbbing pain just on outside of my lower calf on the outside of it, starts right above boot line(only the left one i ride reg) an i'm wondering what it is? a muscle strain? it doesnt start untill snowboarding. even put on different boots an it didnt help? What could it be binding angles? It started i dont know when maybe after gettin a good 10ft of air an the landing was flat? Help!! it is seriously hampering my shredding time!!
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i got the same thing when i rode with loose boots. if they are loose, you can have your leg swing back and forth in them. not fun...
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i got super stifff boa boots and i tighten them all the way but maybe they have been going a lil loose.... To treat should i just ice an ibrpurofen?
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You should treat it by getting new boots. It's the boots. I've been through the same. Save your self the hassle or trying everything else.
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I was defeinetly thinking about that extremo... but i have another pair of boots burton motos that i also tried out they still hurt ( the other pair were ride insanos) was right after a day of the insanos could they still be makin my feet hurt teh next day?
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It could be. You need to give your legs a break. The ones that cause my pain were Celcius CLS. I went to Vans BFB's but swapped them out back and forth for the rest of the season. I couldn't really tell what it was until the start of the next season when I started out on the BFB's for a few weeks and took out the CLS's only to have them do it again. I retired them and haven't had the problem since.
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