ArmaSkin customers are enjoying their Camino walks all the more because they have used ArmaSkin to avoid blisters, unlike many fellow travellers. 

During June, Annette walked some of the 150 kms of paths of the  "bar to bar" circuit in the  Alte Langhe in Piedmont, Italy. The area was designated as a World Heritage area by UNESCO in 2014. After her trip a delighted Annette got in touch with us.

"Here geometric vineyards, hazel groves and pastures created devotedly by generations of farmers feature in beautiful undulating landscapes. We walked early May which meant sunny days with plenty of rain and often mud. My ArmaSkin kept my feet blister free and dry despite my saturated boots. "

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