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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

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Protecting Those Toes!

Many of us Carnival lovers have, at one time or the other, experienced the painful punishment of discolored toe nails which fall off in some cases, after the stress of jamming against your shoes for two days on the road.While gel insoles protect the balls of your feet and overall make your footwear more comfortable sometimes no matter how hard you try you know you are going to lose a toenail post Carnival. I have been recommended to try Toe Protectors, the kind Ballet Dancers use, for this Carnival so I will be giving it a test run. However I am also sharing the information with you guys in case you may want to try it or if you have to share your experience on wheter or not they really work.

There are several versions of these toe protectors, from the simple silicone pad for an individual toe called  gel toe protectors

To the dancer favorites "Ouch Pouch" and "Pro Pads By Bun Heads":

If dancers can stand these with pointe shoes I am willing to give it a whirl with my boots; look out for my review POST Carnival and feel free to share your experiences if you have used any of these products on the road.
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