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ArmaSkin anti-blister socks are hiking the Pacific Crest Trail now with Søren Simonsen from Denmark. Søren is aiming to cover 2650 miles in 100 days. This is his second attempt at the PCT having been thwarted last time due to blisters.

His challenge commences approximately May 15. When he starts you can use the following link to follow his progress.

You can see his progress by clicking this link .

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