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Burning feet
libj37 posted:
Regarding Your feet burning, My experience has been that some shoes will make the ball of my feet burn after 20min's or so and some shoes will not.
The way I solve this problem is to cut a 2" by 2" patch of " Mole Skin"
made by Dr.Scholl's. You can buy this in most drug & box stores and put it on the ball of Your foot and problem solved!!
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