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Why is it that sometimes you always get a blister in only one foot?


I have a pair of sandals that when I wear will and walk a bit, I'd always get a blister in one foot but never the other - always the left, never the right. The left sandal is a mirror of the right so we can rule out design imbalance. What could be causing this?

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Del Banks (badegg) says

4 years ago
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    leakeem 4 years ago

    I've heard of supposed-to-be-symmetrical body parts not being really even. I haven't tried measuring my feet though. I just didn't know it would cause uneven foot blistering.

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Penny Godfirnon (Penny G) says

2 years ago
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    leakeem 2 years ago

    I did notice my right shoe deteriorate faster than my left... Thanks for the advice. I guess I have to have it checked out.

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Melvin Porter (melpor) says

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Sid Kemp (SidKemp) says

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    leakeem 4 years ago

    Yeah. They really look unevenly worn out. I guess that answers it.

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H C Palting (Express10) says

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Michael Durden says

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    leakeem 4 years ago

    Use your common sense, and it will make sense.

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Sarika Mehra (lotuslove19) says

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