I have used Leukotape quite a bit in the past and I must say that the stuff stays on as long as you want it to and it does work. One word of caution - I left it on once for 4 days and developed a rash under the tape. I guess I had a minor reaction to the adhesive so now I always take it off at the end of the day.Anyone using this tape for blisters? If so you, how are using it? Do you also use the Cover-Roll Stretch with it or do use just use the Leukotape? Heel, toes, bottom of foot?
I'm a physiotherapist. Blisters are layers of your epidermis separating due to too much shearing of the skin. In simple terms things are rubbing implying your foot is moving inside your boot. This is a problem with the fit of the boot on your foot. All of the suggestions to help protect the skin are good ones however the root cause is your foot not fitting your boot properly. You may want to get a good set of custom foot orthotics made or look at a new style of boot that incorporates a rocker into the sole? Sore feet are a pain in the ***!!