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11-29-2009, 06:19 PM
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Well, a lot of it is feel. Tongues out will give you a little more forward flex, but tongues in allows a longer shin and more protection. covering the tendon guard or not is more how you like the sock to fit in regards to your ankle and skate.

I have the sock fully inside my skate around the top of the ankle, so tongue out and tendon guard out. Keeps the sock in place, keeps it from screwing around with my ankle, and it works well for somebody like me who likes most everything to be snug and fit snugly.

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