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02-07-2009, 04:55 PM
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Rather weird question involving my "mid-section"

I use those underarmour/nike mesh pants (or whatever you wanna call them...coldwear, leggings....) while playing hockey and I'm having major issues with my krotch. I don't wear anything under the mesh and my "bunch" always seems to be sideways and bothers me while skating (and playing hockey in general).
Every game, I usually put everything back in place ( I put my hands in my shorts....) at least 10-15 times a game and it's getting rather embarrassing.

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Wear a cup.

I played without a cup once (forgot it) and not only was I afraid of getting drilled in the nuts it was actually quite uncomfortable without one on.

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Wear a cup.
I do and it doesn't help it.

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Wear a compression short with a built in cup. I used an Easton one and it worked great. It's essentially a shorts version of your current pants, with the cup built in. Only thing is most sets come with a cup (it's crap), just put your old cup in the built-in pocket

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Wear a compression short with a built in cup. I used an Easton one and it worked great. It's essentially a shorts version of your current pants, with the cup built in. Only thing is most sets come with a cup (it's crap), just put your old cup in the built-in pocket
I use that...so should I put just that? go with bare legs? never tried that..

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Sounds like you're just pulling the leggings up too far. Can't you keep the waistband lower and tie the drawstring? Or put the cup on under the pants?

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I use that...so should I put just that? go with bare legs? never tried that..
bare legs for sure.

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