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Latest Edition of The Ramblers' "Walk" Magazine

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Latest Edition of The Ramblers' "Walk" Magazine

If you're looking for a bit of outdoor inspiration, we highly recommend getting hold of the latest edition of "Walk", the magazine of the Ramblers, Blis-Sox's favourite outdoor charity. It's packed with ideas for walking routes, new kit, places to stay and loads of helpful advice for walkers of all levels. Check out some of the walking/hiking festivals happening in August here... Oh, and it just happens to feature a little mention for everyone's favourite gel-lined blister prevention socks too.....

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Blis-Sox love Country Walking!

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Blis-Sox love Country Walking!

Like thousands of other outdoor enthusiasts, we love reading Country Walking magazine. So we were mega pleased to see Blis-Sox featured in their May edition!

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There is a better way to deal with blisters

There is a better way to deal with blisters

Blis-Sox are a simple, quick and amazingly comfy way to stop boots and shoes causing blisters around the heel area. Using a hi-tech thermoplastic elastomer gel which is tough but highly flexible, Blis-Sox are open-toed socks which can be worn under any regular sock to absorb impact, friction and sheer forces (or in other words, stop the rubbing that causes blisters to form on the skin!) They are mega-stretchy and so each Blis-Sox size fits a wide range of shoe sizes, choose from size 3-11 for smaller feet or a tighter, narrower fit, or 7-14 for larger or wider feet....

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Otostick - An Instant Fix for Prominent Ears

Otostick - An Instant Fix for Prominent Ears

Otostick is a small, transparent prosthetic which instantly reduces the appearance of prominent or protruding ears. If you have ever worried that your ears stick out more than you'd like, or if you avoid certain hairstyles to avoid showing your ears, then Otostick could be for you.

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