Rating: 3 / 5
I recently completed two back-to-back four day backpacking trips in the Gila Wilderness in NM, and I had occasion to use Leukotape on both legs of the trip.
I found Leukotape easy to work with relative to other tapes in that I was able to, with the judicious use of a pair of folding scissors, get it to lay flat without any ridges or wrinkles on the affected areas. However, the glue "seeped", for lack of a better descriptor, around the edges causing the adjacent toes to adhere to the blistered toe exacerbating the problem.
I tried to use some "Sportslick"to allow the toes to slide by each other, but I think it acted as a solvent allowing the glue to seep out of the pores of the tape, not just around the edges, thus compounding rather than alleviating the problem.
I also tried using regular band-aids as a base and holding them in place with Leukotape. This worked reasonably well, but I still experienced the aforementioned problem of the toes sticking together creating more friction.