In this answer @Vorac mentions footwraps. So I wondered, if I want to try them, how should I put them on?
Does anyone have experience with this? Are there different methods to try?
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The Russian army wore portyanki (footcloths) up until the ministry of defence abolished them in 2008. There's an interesting article about them here, the author of which apparently wore portyanki for 695 days in the army.1
1 Russiapedia. Of Russian origin: Portyanki.
Properly tying a portyanki takes a lot of practice, and improperly tying them can result in some serious blisters and foot sores. Learning how to properly and quickly tie a portyanki was the first thing a rookie in the Russian army had to learn at the beginning of his military career.