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Posted: Mon 30th Oct 2006, 22:23
Joined: 1982
Matt A Heck of a lot, just say the older you get the D you get
as for the nipples 2 hours on a tread mill in the gym on a wet Saturday afternoon and no vasiline!! I should have known better.
David H
Author: Mike Rayner
Posted: Mon 30th Oct 2006, 22:10
Joined: 1983
Local Group: Northumbria
Sudocreme and zinc oxide tape
Author: Matthew Hand
Posted: Mon 30th Oct 2006, 22:05
Joined: 2001
Local Group: Mid Wales
David - what on earth was in your rucksac? Matt.
Author: Ian & Pauline Charters
Posted: Mon 30th Oct 2006, 19:26
Joined: 2000
Local Group: Lakeland
Use zinc oxide tape - shave if you have to.
Author: Ian Koszalinski
Posted: Mon 30th Oct 2006, 10:36
Joined: 2004
Local Group: High Peak
you could use sudocreme on your nipples.but sudocreme can show through material so some may think you are lactating
Posted: Sun 29th Oct 2006, 16:56
Joined: 1982
Ian. After a 24 mile local walk today, Mainly on roads but some soaking wet paths and carrying 30Lb I blistered and the nipples bled, I will be checking out our advise section.
David H
Author: Ian Koszalinski
Posted: Sat 28th Oct 2006, 21:20
Joined: 2004
Local Group: High Peak
peoples blister remedies can be found in the ideas forum
Posted: Fri 27th Oct 2006, 15:36
Joined: 1982
We all ready have these sections on this site Re-Long Distance Paths, The Bothy and Gear, they just want used more.
David H
Posted: Fri 27th Oct 2006, 8:51
Joined: 2006
How about a section with information and tips about doing long distance walking? I have found out more tips on doing a 100 from the Cant Canolbarth website than the LDWA website! Surely this would get a lot of people using the website to read about things such as blister prevention, kit list, strategy, nutrition, training etc. Also kit tests could be very useful. If this sort of information is linked to a search engine I think that plenty of walkers as well as runners and general endurance eventists would find and use this website, and hopefully this will lead them to find walking events (if listed to non-members!) and then join.

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