How ENGO Patches Work
Unlike traditional blister bandages, ENGO patches are applied to footwear or athletic equipment - not to the skin - to prevent blisters. They use a patented technology to provide immediate relief for existing blisters and to prevent new ones from forming.
ENGO Heel Blister Prevention Patches are for you if:
+ You're a runner, hiker, hockey player, or other athlete who experiences heel blisters + You wear high heels or dress shoes that rub the back of your feet + You're on your feet for work all day and come home with painful blisters + You're breaking in a new pair of shoes + Traditional blister bandages aren't cutting it
Where to Apply ENGO
Apply ENGO patches anywhere you experience painful rubbing or irritation, including:
+ High heels and dress shoes
+ Running, basketball & tennis shoes
+ Soccer, football & baseball cleats
+ Dance shoes
+ Work boots and shoes
NOTE: ENGO Patches might not adhere to footwear that has been treated with waterproofing spray, such as military boots or some hiking boots. ENGO Heel Blister Prevention Patches are made in the USA by Tamarack Habilitation Technologies, a Minnesota-based company and winner of the 2015 Minnesota Manufacturing Award by Minnesota Business Magazine.