A blister on a key spot on your foot can result in your star midfielder running like the most out of shape goalkeeper! While very minor, if not taken care of, blisters can be debilitating. They are caused by a combination of moisture and rubbing, which is normal for the inside of a soccer boot.
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They are a number of ways to prevent blisters. Wearing a synthetic or wool liner sock underneath your soccer socks will help. These socks will wick away moisture, preventing blisters. It’s also a good idea to break-in new boots by wearing them for short periods of time, rather than wearing them immediately for a full training session or game. If you begin to feel a blister or hotspot, it should be taken care of immediately to avoid the risk of it getting bigger or rupturing inside your boot.
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