Christine of Blisters and Bliss has been testing ArmaSkin for around five months now.  She recently published her review on her website.  "I have a good idea of how they work for me and what scenarios I like to use them in. The best application for these in my opinion, is skiing or backpacking. Ski boots are notorious for giving me blisters. Every single time. With the anti-blisters liners, I got no blisters from skiing.

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