You have the Blusol insert to keep your feet cool on the hot turf, but what about general health for your soles?
Clean and Dry
This one is very important, be sure to always scrub your feet, and thoroughly dry them to prevent and unwanted fungus growth! If your shoes get wet, make sure to properly and completely dry them before using the shoes again.
To avoid overheating wear breathable shoes, socks and use a HeatSheid Insert.
Avoid Sharing Footgear
Wearing shoes other people have worn can cause infections in your feet, this includes rentals. Be cautious of sharing, and never wear other footwear without socks or protection on your feet.
Wear the right socks for the right situation
Different socks can have benefits for different situations. Some have more moisture-wicking properties, and others keep your feet warm in cold environments. Socks made from synthetic fibers generally wick more moisture than those of cotton or wool.
Wearing the proper shoes will do miles for the overall health of your feet. You always want something with the proper arch support, for general walking. For hiking, you’ll want to protect your ankles. Also as a general rule, flip flops are not a good choice for shoe, as it provides little protection and arch support. Shoes should fit, with just enough room for your toes to move around.
Be mindful of any problems
Any unusual itch, smell or feeling in your feet could be a sign of a more complicated problem. Always visit a doctor for these issues to keep your feet healthy and ready for the next day!