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.
Yes, shin guards go under the socks.
You need shin guards, socks (long soccer socks to cover the shin guards), a T-shirt, shorts, soccer ball, and cleats.
Yes, many professional soccer players wear shin guards. You can see these guards during the soccer games on television, and they are often worn under the socks.
Yes you can, but it will be extremely uncomfortable if you tape them to your on to your legs (on your skin) under your soccer socks. Rather put the tape outside the socks.
- Your uniform - Soccer Socks - Cleets - Shin Guards - Water
If you want to look like a normal soccer player, you would wear your shin guards under your socks. If the plastic liner is a problem and causes a rash, thin moisture-wicking socks are available that will improve the comfort. They are found in athletic equipment stores.
Yes you wear them under your socks and your socks go over
You need socks, shin guards, a uniform and cleats.
Shin guards, cleats, high socks, ankle guards, if you don't buy the shin guards with them included, -a guy might want to invest in a cup.
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A shirt, shorts, shin guards, socks and boots with cleats.
cleets, shin guards, knee high socks, jerseys. shorts, and of course, a soccer ball.