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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
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    When you put on and remove your shoes, do you always have it untied first when you slip in and out? If not, then it's possible that you may have caused a part of the shoe heel riser to bend inwards, thus causing the blister.
    It's always untied then I tie them

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    Ok, anyways make sure that the heel riser is not bent inwards. That may be the solution to your problem.

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    Come on guys, this is a blister! Be a man and deal with it, no need to do anything. This just happens from time to time if you play seriously. Not worth to be mentoned...

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    Quote Originally Posted by |_Footwork_| View Post
    Come on guys, this is a blister! Be a man and deal with it, no need to do anything. This just happens from time to time if you play seriously. Not worth to be mentoned...
    "Be a man"... LOL

    Sorry, just reminded me of Russell Peters...

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    hi this was happening to me also on heel and bottom of my foot near thumb , then i discovered that it is most of times because of our socks that are not thick enough and that is why we have friction between shoes and feet .

    3 months ago i tried li ning socks which are really thick and all problem is solved for me , now i do not have to wear 2 sock and also no more blisters

    try it and may be it works for u

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    Quote Originally Posted by R20190 View Post
    "Be a man"... LOL

    Sorry, just reminded me of Russell Peters...
    And with that little blister,
    "somebody gonna get a hurt real bad ... "

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    And with that little blister,
    "somebody gonna get a hurt real bad ... "
    It got bigger LOL. Oh well I'll deal with it some how or just leave it, rkep socks are super thick so they help a lot. Thanks everyone.

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