Blister protection kit (buy)

$6.95

The Parks Tasmania packing list recommends a full first aid kit (which we can hire you) but just quietly, the thing you’re most concerned about is blisters, right? You can try out the nifty Tasmanian innovation Wonderwool, or we’ve put together a featherlight package for you with the good stuff – alcohol swabs, waterproof elastoplasts in different sizes and some blister-blockers for any bothersome blebs and blains. It’s like the hiking equivalent of an umbrella – you carry it just so that you don’t need it …

Your guides will carry a full first aid kit, but just quietly, the thing you’re most concerned about is blisters, right? You can try out the nifty Tasmanian innovation Wonderwool, or we’ve put together a featherlight package for you with the good stuff – alcohol swabs, waterproof elastoplasts in different sizes and some blister-blockers for any bothersome blebs and blains. It’s like the hiking equivalent of an umbrella – you carry it just so that you don’t need it …

SKU: 6036-1 Categories: , , , Tags: , Purchase For: Hiking, TWC

Model and maker

6 alcohol swabs
4 clear waterproof Elastoplast
2 fabric waterproof Elastoplast
2 Band-aid “Blister Blocks”

Additional information

Weight 17 g

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Our hire kit contains: blister dressings, tweezers (for splinters), scissors (to cut bandages and adhesive strips etc), blister dressings, safety pins, latex gloves, crepe bandage (to cover dressings), micropore tape (to secure dressings), mixed adhesive strips, a non-adhesive dressing, steri-strips (to close larger wounds), blister dressings, antiseptic cream, strapping tape (for blister protection), alcohol wipes and an emergency blanket (and we’re hoping you noticed the pattern emerging …)

Our hire kit contains: blister dressings, tweezers (for splinters), scissors (to cut bandages and adhesive strips etc), blister dressings, safety pins, latex gloves, crepe bandage (to cover dressings), micropore tape (to secure dressings), mixed adhesive strips, a non-adhesive dressing, steri-strips (to close larger wounds), blister dressings, antiseptic cream, strapping tape (for blister protection), alcohol wipes and an emergency blanket (and we’re hoping you noticed the pattern emerging …)