Posted 3/12/2021 2:25 PM (GMT -6)
I recently broke my leg and have been in an aircast for 2 weeks.
After about a week, I thought "Oh man, the airbag that pumps up must have had water in it and it burst!"
I still don't understand it. Is it moisture from the air/feet that get trapped in the boot? Or am I sweating through my socks and liner, that then gets trapped in the bottom/back of the boot? As if this liner can both, push through and repel moisture that my socks don't absorb?
I wear "Walking Boot Sock Liner" which never feel wet from foot sweat... yet, this water collects in the bottom/back of my boot.
The science behind what ever is going on is just interesting. Even more interesting, there is no discussion about this online. Like, this is it. This couple of comments over 5 years.
Anyway, I've been using paper powder, because its what I have right now.