For match play, your socks must completely cover your shin guards. Some players prefer to wear their match socks pulled up over the knees while others like to fold them down. This is a personal comfort, style preference. Often times your shin guard can dictate how you wear your socks.
Do hockey shin guards go under socks?
4. Put on your shin guards (these will go under your hockey socks). Make sure that you leave enough space near your ankles for your skates. Some shin-guards have straps that can be tightened.
How do you know what size shin guards to buy?
Use your height along with our shin guard size chart to find your correct shin guard size. The larger the shin guard size, the longer and wider they are to accommodate larger leg diameters. Shin guards should fit from just above the bend of your ankle when you flex your foot to a couple of inches below the knee.
What shin guards do pros use?
I believe that the Mercurial Lite Shin guards are the one most professional soccer players use. They are light, simple, and protect pretty well. They also normally come with a shin guard sock that works great to keep them in place. In terms of availability, I found they are also available at Amazon.
How do you do socks with shin guards?
Younger players typically wear shin guards with included ankle protection. These go on first, and then you pull the sock on over them, and the cleats go on last. Slip-in guards go inside socks—put the socks and cleats on first, and then put the guard on and pull the sock up over it.
How do pro soccer players keep their shin guards up?
Some socks are snug enough to keep the shin guards from moving, but many players prefer to use tape, stays or compression sleeves to keep the shields in place throughout the game. More advanced players typically prefer slip-in shin guards for the freedom of movement they offer.