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Old 12-15-05, 11:53 AM   #1
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orchid vandever shoes

will someone please post a pic of the "tailwhip guard" on the orchid vandever shoe that the website boasts about? i can't find any pictures that show it.
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Old 12-15-05, 11:55 AM   #2
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probably the same thing as on the etnies reubens...but im probably wrong
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oh, and whats the point, and are they effective?
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cant do whips so i wouldnt know...but the reubens are nice.....and they dont look that effective.
the point is so when you do a whip if the pedal or somthing hits you in the ankle it has some padding
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tailwhips are so hard...i can never get back on the pedals
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there is a 4 inch by 1 inch chunk of rubber. i do whips with dunks , and they have no padding, so that guard isn't necessary
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