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What's the most comfortable steel-toed shoe on the market?

.Are there soft shoes or tennis shoes that can have steel-toed attachments place on them?

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  1. You need leather SHOES. Buyer beware when it comes to buying shoes online, and I do not rec. using PayPal. I got screwed, took 3 years for my credit. Avoid buying shoes, on sale that states: "Final Sale No returns." I bought 2 pair of shoes, $700 worth @ Zappos, where they have free shipping & free returns. I am a 5 1/2, so I bought a size 6. Returned them. Ordered a 5, too small. I saved $700. I went to Nordstrom's, they're having shoe sales. Found 2 shoes, both less than $300. Both were rated as 'best comfortable shoes for walking'. BTW: I wore one of the boots for 4 hours, and I didn't even do that much walking, mostly standing on the same spot . . . . and I was already limping. I took it back the following day! I found the perfect boots, from Piperline, finally after 4 tries! I found a second pair @ Clark's, just next door to our hotel room in Spain, most comfortable boots in the world! My son bought a pair of Nike beach sandals. They didn't come in his size, so he bought the one larger. They weren't sold in stores! He was walking around sandals too big, only because he didn't want to pay for return shipping and re-stocking fees. Try different sizes. Not all size-8 shoes fit the same, even from one designer. Walk on an uncarpeted surface. This is the only way to test how shoes will feel when pounding the pavement. Shoes that are good for some, may hurt your feet. Just saying! Example from YA! member: "Well, I bought these dr marten boots and as we all know that European footwear is sized different from American shoe sizing they kinda hurt my feet." COWBOY BOOTS: I was in Texas for a wedding, and three of us went shopping for cowboy boots where they have THOUSANDS of different brands, colors & styles. Example: http://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images?_adv_prop=image&fr=aaplw&va=parts+of+cowboy+boots I was already wearing one from Wall Drugs in South Dakota, a purple leather with metals, western heel, etc. I'm 5'2" but it didn't take me long to find one I REALLY really like. I wasn't even shopping, it was like love @ first sight and I wanted it right away! When I wore that in Texas, it inspired others to go boot shopping BUT I didn't find another one that fits me well or that they were as hard as cardboard and I hated the colors in stock! If possible, visit one of the outlet stores or another Western boot shop and try on several pairs of boots to see how they fit. Pay attention to which boot brands, heels and toe shapes fit and feel best. Try boots on in the afternoon when your feet are the largest. When trying on boots, wear the same weight (thickness) of socks you would normally wear with Western boots; usually lightweight to midweight socks (like white cotton socks).