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Will barefoot walking harden the skin and help prevent blisters when trekking in heavy shoes?
Blisters are usually happening if you walk much more than you are used to, or the shoes are much harder than those you usually wear. For example on multi-day trekkings in heavy trekking shoes. The ...
Jul 16 '13 at 15:18
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