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This Is The Real Reason Why There's An Extra Shoelace Hole. Take A Look At What He Does

Blisters are a nightmare to deal with, but this clever trick means the end to dealing with them. If this lacing technique isn't up your alley or you want to try something else, too, we've got a few ideas. First and foremost, make sure your shoes fit impeccably. Friction from ill-fitting shoes will lead to blisters in no time. In between your feet and your shoes, the right pair of socks will do wonders. Cotton socks hold sweat and bunch, while synthetic blends will do the opposite. Before sliding on your socks, using a powder or gel made to prevent blisters can also help. If all fails and you feel the beginning of a blister, take off your shoe immediately and cover the area with a bandage. This will help prevent further agitation and pain.
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