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Preventing Blisters in New Shoes

As much as I love getting new shoes, I sometimes hesitate because they always tend to rub my feet in different spots, heels, toes, etc., and cause a blister the first few times they're worn.

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I used to put Band-Aids over the spots on my feet, but then I decided to put the Band-Aid in the shoe itself, so there was no need to get a new one every time I wore the shoes. By the time the Band-Aid wears out, the shoes have usually loosened enough to stop causing blisters.

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