Don’t Let Blisters Hold You Back
Stay Active and Blister-Free
ENGO Blister Patches use patented technology to reduce the friction that causes blisters and painful rubbing. You don’t have to stop running, hiking, or being active. Protect your feet with ENGO.Buy Now from Ithaca Sports
What is ENGO?
ENGO Blister Patches are ultra thin, self-adhesive patches that you apply to your shoes or athletic equipment – not to the skin – to protect the skin. ENGO technology provides immediate relief from the friction that causes blisters.
ENGO patches are ideal for runners, hikers, women who wear high heels, tennis players, hockey players, football players, hunters, lacrosse players, dancers, people who spend much of the day on their feet, and anyone else who suffers from blisters. ENGO patches are also perfect for breaking in new shoes, including high heels, dress shoes, and work boots. Athletes apply ENGO to their boots, shoes, high heels, dress shoes, skates, helmets, and athletic equipment.
Wear the Shoes You Love & Say Goodbye to Blisters
You don’t have to sacrifice fashion for comfort. When you add ENGO patches to your favorite pair of shoes, you can have both. Whether your blisters are on your heels, toes, or the bottoms or sides of your feet, we have a solution for you.
WHAT CAUSES BLISTERS?
Did you know most blisters are completely preventable? You don’t have to tolerate them for another day. When you know what causes blisters, you can find a solution – and get back to doing what you love.
As a runner, you train hard for races, eat right, and invest in high-quality running shoes. The last thing you want to worry about is getting a painful blister when you’re training or, worse, during a big race. Fortunately, preventing blisters is easier than you might think. Follow these tips and your next run will be blister-free.
HIKER’S & BACKPACKER’S GUIDE
You’re halfway through an 8-mile hike and your heel starts to hurt. With every step you take, you can feel your hiking boot rubbing against your foot in just the wrong way. You know what’s next: the inevitable painful blister. Or is it? Follow these steps to prevent hiking and backpacking blisters once and for all.