Thank you to Hannah for the second review on this product. Yes folks, it’s the second. Why have two? well because a product may not work the same for someone else. It’s best to form an opinion for yourself based on multiple reviews. So, don’t let that hold you back if you see something reviewed bu want to talk about it yourself!
I had never paid much attention to foot care for races other than no cotton. I never really had an issue with blisters either. That all changed at the Peak Ultra when I tackled the 30 mile course (33.4 miles was the official distance) and finished with a whopping 19 blisters. I hadn’t been prepared to spend 20+ miles with wet feet.
People were talking around the fire about this product called Trail Toes. I took a sample and figured I would give it a try but didn’t pull it out till the Death Race. It was at the Death Race that I saw and heard people using it and that they weren’t getting blisters, hot spots, or maceration and they had been going for over a day. With all I had heard and the results I was seeing, I decided it was the perfect opportunity to try it when I went out on a challenge with Adam. No blisters, no hot spots, no maceration. It was pretty amazing.
I have since gone on to use it for every event and have had no issues with my feet, other than sore and tender from being on them for so long. Trail Toes is definitely worth it.
Product info: http://www.trailtoes.com
Rating: 5 star (amazing)