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Cursed with blister and sore feet when hiking , Sue is very happy to report on a blister free trip. On her recent Overland Track hike in Tasmania, Sue wore Injinji socks for the entire trip. Her feet were fantastic, no blisters, no hot spots.
One of the downsides of walking for me in the past has been sore feet and blistered toes – really, really sore feet.
I consulted a podiatrist hoping he would provide a magic solution. I taped my toes with Vaseline impregnated gauze. I got new boots a size larger. No real improvement.
Late last year I happened across an advertisement for socks in a hiking magazine. I found a retailer in Melbourne. No joy as they only stocked the sports variety. I was desperate (we were going away in a week) I rang the Australian distributor, Paul, on a Sunday morning. He kindly offered to post the socks ASAP. They arrived on Tuesday and I wore them the following weekend. My feet were sore but no blisters. Coincidentally, we met a walker from Queensland with the same feet issues with the same socks. As this was only a short walk both in distance and time I didn’t think it was a true reflection of the socks ability.
I wore these socks on my recent solo Overland adventure – 5 days, carrying up to 20kgs and my feet have never felt better. They look and feel no different to having walked to the shops. Such joy, such bliss, no blisters, no black toes. What fantastic brilliant socks and such a simple solution
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