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Old April 7th, 2011, 09:38   #19
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OP: depending on where you're located, make your way over to a Mister Safety Shoes. I got my composite 6" Timberland Pro's there and they are as light as my old high cut basketball shoes. They wear like they don't even have a toe or shank.

edit: BTW, at Mister Safety Shoes, regardless if steel or composite, if the toe cuts into your foot, they can stretch it out for you to give you more space in the toe box. I believe it's an over night deal.

I know the generic fit steel toed shoes found at Marks and Walmart typically tend to be a snugger/narrower fit. I haven't found a pair there that didn't put pressure on one or all my toes or even eventually cut into a toe.

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