I managed to majorly blister the back of both of my heels this weekend. Both heels have quarter/loonie sized blisters. I need them to heal AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE because in four days I am going on a trip that cannot be rescheduled, and one of the main purposes of the trip is to try on and buy shoes for my wedding. [more inside]
Why do all shoes give me blisters, even when I take every precaution to prevent it? [more inside]
Are there any sandals as comfortable as Chacos but . . . well, cute? [more inside]
[GrossFootStuffFilter] I just started walking (a lot more than I used to) and I'm constantly developing blisters all over my toes. Help! [more inside]
How do I stop getting these huge blisters on my feet whenever I do certain sports? [more inside]
Tricks and tips for quickly breaking in a new pair of Doc Martens. Love the boots, am crying from the blisters on my heels.
I have a huge problem with buying shoes that feel fine in the 10-second walk around but give me mad heel blisters after walking for 5 minutes. The shoe continously rubs up and the back of my heel/achille's tendon area. Anyone have similar problems and/or know of a remedy? Certain socks, tie your shoes a certain way. something you can buy- I'm all ears (beyond returning them or just not wearing them).