Leukotape was the only thing that stuck to my feet. Moleskin, duct tape, forget about it, even applied to dry feet, within a mile I was sitting down and taking my shoes off to fish out the pieces of tapey stuff that had migrated and was busily forging blisters in other places.
My boyfriend and I left the leukotape on for a day or two, but after that it will get rather loose and bunchy. My main problem with it is that the adhesive is so aggressive it taped my sock to my foot. Hard to get the adhesive washed out. It also caused a blood blister in one location on my big toe from adhering to the sock, and pulling too much.
This year, I'm wearing Injinji toe socks, with Hydropel. I haven't been hiking as much, but I've had no blisters. Wearing toe socks without hydropel=wear areas between my toes where the toes sort of pulled tight and created a sawing problem. Toe socks + hydropel=happy feet. Wore this combo for 26 miles into and out of Enchanted Valley in wet conditions, so fairly confident that's the magic trick. And, hydropel avoided the wet pruney feet problem too. Tried toe sock liners with thin merino socks over top=too warm feet. Might be the combo for winter.