Yes, shin guards go under the socks.
Yes you wear them under your socks and your socks go over
Shin guards are worn under soccer socks because the socks keep the shin guards in place, right in front of the shins. If the shin guards were worn on top of the socks all shin guards without straps would not remain on and even those that have straps that go around the back of the leg will not keep the shin guards in place.
you need a helmet,shoulder pads,elbow pads,neck gaurd,mouth gaurd,pants,shin pads,a cup protecter,skates,gloves and a stick Important hockey equipment includes a jock strap, shin pads, large socks (to go over the shin pads), shoulder pads, elbow pads, jersey, gloves, helmet, hockey stick, and, of course, skates. Don't forget your gym bag to bring all of these items in.
On your shins. Below your knees.
No, you can wear knee pads that go on your knees to help with digging.
Although the injuries from not wearing shin pads would be very serious, such as broken ankles and legs etc, they would be few in number, this is because no referee or coach at any level would let a player go on the pitch without shin pads.
Football socks are designed to protect the leg muscles, bones and knee joints of the player hence the the shin pads worn underneath to afford protection to the wearer. In recent times they have also become fetishistic to many and worn over the knee on the pitch as a fashion statement and by many people as a fashion accessory.
the socks end up under the dryer
Yes. Preferably no show socks, below-the-ankle socks, or knee socks, but any other kinds of socks just don't really go. Converse can also be worn with leggings or tights under a skirt or dress.
comforter is not the answer the pads are there to seal off the air and can be made of i few thingsa