- From: Fran <arjfatcymoeddorguk@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 2 May 2006 22:35:30 +0100
Over the weekend I was walking up and down lots of slopes, and my poor
toeses felt extremely hard done by. By the end of the day I felt almost
as if I'd been on pointes all day - and darned painful it was too.
I expect they felt a lot better after a good soak in the footspa in the
Travellodge, eh! ;^}
Oh ha ha-di ha. I was camping. In a tent. All weekend. And anyway,
uk.rec.camping is over that way ---->
Assuming it's not that your boots are simply too small. Before you doI'll try that Jim. Assuming an almost flat foot can work like that it's
the laces up you should make sure that your heel is _hard_ against the
back of the boot - then do the laces up. Then, as your foot tends to
slide forwards when going downhill the arch of your foot will come in
contact with the laced portion of the boot, rather than your toes
hitting the toe.
worth a go. Thanks.
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