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    I'm typically jamming my fingers from pocket style grip of the sleeves. Trying to control from spider or dlr variants.

    For my big toe it's the pressure on the joint connecting to my foot rather than the middle. I need to relieve pressure being put on it as I drive with my shot.

    In the past I've cut tape in the middle to make it skinnier. I really should focus on my gi grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ghost of Christmas Fail View Post
    I'm typically jamming my fingers from pocket style grip of the sleeves. Trying to control from spider or dlr variants.
    Hmm ok, you can't pocket grip in Judo so am not really that familiar with it. I think your best bet is to tape the two together and see how much that helps.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Ghost of Christmas Fail View Post
    For my big toe it's the pressure on the joint connecting to my foot rather than the middle. I need to relieve pressure being put on it as I drive with my shot.
    Oh right, in that case I'd try and secure the toe to the rest of your foot. That'll take quite a bit of tape though to secure it properly. Check out some of the videos on youtube showing how to tape up for 'turf toe' as you Americans call it.

    That's the best I can think of.

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    Yeah pocket grip is great but fucks your fingers up.

    I'll check it out and see what I can do with it.

    Cheers mate. (as you limey Brits say)

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