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jamsomito

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#1 posted 10-17-2018 02:01 AM


Crocs. Fo sho.

- TheFridge

Can’t tell if serious. But I’m serious – I wear crocs when I’m lazy. I usually wear my everyday office-casual type shoes. For serious sessions, or with chemicals (stains, finishes, etc), or with really heavy parts like big table tops, I’ll throw on my steel toes if I think of it. Or crocs.

If you’re really worried about safety, the worst case I can imagine is either dropping a heavy piece on your toe, or maybe dropping a sharp chisel or something. Or maybe stepping on / accidentally kicking a stray screw. For that I would think reinforced leather would do you well. But at a minimum something closed toe, and probably not a mesh running shoe. Just use common sense I guess. GL


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