Ok get your minds out of the gutter. This post goes under the subject of weird stuff to bring on the Camino.

As you know at the beginning of this trek I wanted shoes/boots with good ankle support and that are waterproof. Over time while the boots I had were comfortable, they were just too heavy so I switched to a breathable, lightweight trail runner.

I really like these shoes but if youโ€™ve been following this blog youโ€™ll know that I had a problem with some ankle deep mud. So Iโ€™ve been on a quest to find something to waterproof my shoes without undoing the breathability factor.

At first I thought that maybe I could put my shoe into a plastic bag and secure it with duct tape around my ankle. Perfect, right? Well walking in the bag is a bit slippery so itโ€™s not a good solution.

Then I tried some hospital type shoe covers. These come off easily. I could try to secure them with duct tape but it would take a lot of tape to make them waterproof at the edges.

Then I found what I think is the perfect solution.

CONDOMS! Or to be more precise SHOE CONDOMS*

You just slip them on over the shoes and…voila! Shoes that are now waterproof.

And unlike regular condoms…these are reusable ๐Ÿ˜‰

*I received no compensation for including this link

~ by michelleperram on July 19, 2019.

3 Responses to “BE SURE TO PACK A CONDOM…OR TWO ๐Ÿ˜‰”

  1. Nice. Very nice. Can I check them out?

  2. Not just weird stuff to bring on the Camino, but weird stuff I didn’t even know existed!

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