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Try Want General Hockey Nonsense? Head To Check out the hockey player. I have a really weird way of tying my dangler as well. The sides are normal while the front actually goes through the cage and under the chin and then through the hole in the dangler and back to the cage. This causes the front of the dangler to stay REALLY still and not flap around at all. I had to adjust tightness as before it would get stuck under the chin of my mask, but now it basically just sits flush with the bottom of my mask and guarantees the dangler will cover right under the mask portion. I can try and get a picture if anyone cares.
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