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Blisters on both of feet?

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by CkcJsm, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. CkcJsm

    CkcJsm Regular Member

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    I have blisters on the bottom of both of my feet? They are the exact same spot on both of my feet. How would I be able to prevent this? And what can I do? I can't buy new shoes, but my shoes aren't badminton shoes in the first place, they are similar but they aren't badminton shoes. I would not be able to buy new ones. The blisters aren't fun :crying:. When I go home after playing I walk so the blisters wont touch the ground. But for some reason when I'm playing I dont feel them rofl. Maybe I'm too interested in playing?

    Ouch =(.
     
  2. Vincentlam

    Vincentlam Regular Member

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    I had the same problem as but i got myself a pair of yonex badminton shoes and goodbye to blisters.
    Another plus is that it improved my game
     
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    Get those thick socks, I prefer Yonex socks.
     
  4. Fidget

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    Blisters are a response to pressure or friction.
    Your shoes are too tight or too loose, or just a mismatched shape for your feet.

    Take a hard look at them and see if you can spot the problem. Or get the opinion of an orthotist/pedorthist. Good luck!:)
     

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