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Used to protect my feet from blisters on a hike, the best thing about this tape is that it doesn't come off easily, lasted on my feet for a whole week of hiking without coming loose or peeling.
Did a good job protecting my feet from blisters, I still did get some but I lasted a few days longer than normal with no issues, the tape also definitely stopped any blisters from getting worse and becoming more sore.
Only issue is that when the tape got damp it became sticky on the outside, making it difficult to get my socks off as they would stick to it.
If your on a hike & something starts rubbing it’s quite serious if your miles to safety. This sticks on well & protects from rubbing & blisters etc.there pricy but it’s not something I’d be without. Surgical tape is great too especially for cuts as it breathes but protects but surgical tape doesn’t stretch so hands & feet are better with a stretchy tape
This helped with a severe ankle sprain and preventing the ankle from rolling repeatedly during soccer and cricket. Make sure you apply cream, moisturizer or aloe vera cuz it will dry your skin out and give you a severe rash
Bought this along with cover-roll stretch tape to tape up my plantar fasciitis bothered feet. Worked very well. The combo of the two tapes allowed me to shower 2-3 times before needing to change the tape. Very good. This Leukotape P tape is extremely durable in use and I will always keep it on hand to use whenever my feet start bothering.
I blister easily when hiking and running. This tape works well for blister prevention, and for covering existing blisters and hot spots…with a few caveats. Even on short runs (<10k) the adhesive “soaks” through the tape and sticks to socks, toes, whatever. It WILL rip your blister off if covering an existing blister when you remove it. I could soak first, but I’m lazy. If you take two adjacent toes, they will stick together and you won’t be able to spread them or pull them apart Bc of the adhesive issue mentioned above. But the toes won’t blister. I rounded the edges before applying to two blisters I developed yesterday, and the tape stayed in place far better today than when used previously, so perhaps that’s the trick. Overall, I’m glad I purchased and I’ll buy it again.