Blister insoles, paddings, wedges and thick socks can change the way your shoes fit entirely, making blisters worse, not better. So how thick is an ENGO Patch?
I used to wear holes in the back of my shoes very quickly, and have to throw them out well before time. It's a common problem. Here how to fix it.
These patches are a unique approach to blister prevention. Find out how to apply ENGO Blister Patches to your shoes, insole and orthotic for best results.
Here's a handy alternative to relieving pinch blisters with toesocks, when toesocks alone aren't working. This is great when toe-box space is limited.
ENGO Blister Patches work by reducing friction levels, in a targeted way. It's one reason why they're my go-to blister strategy. Here's how it works.
ENGO Blister Patches are great for stopping blisters. But they can’t fix every foot pain. Here's an overview of the limitations of ENGO Patches.
Friction isn’t a bad thing, even if you're getting blisters. Without it, your foot would slide around too much. But you need targeted friction management.
The shoe-sock interface holds huge potential for blister care (prevention and treatment). One of the main advantages is the potential for a lasting effect.