I am a size 8 in mens shoes and bought size 8 Timberlands steel toe boots but they are uncomfortable

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  1. TheOneAboveAll3 Red Belt

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    What should I do? They arent like sneakers which ease into being comfortable after you find them a bit uncomfortable right? I also really like them and got a great deal on them for $60. Should I return them?
     
  2. kahiljabroni Black Belt

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    Why am I not surprising
     
  3. A.A. Riggs sweet ... sweet meat!

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    They'll break in, pussy.
     
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    Size 8? Just return them because you'll likely out grow them before you finish grade school.
     
  5. bufetadanacara Black Belt

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    There are no 8 men's. Those are for boys.
     
  6. Get To Da Choppa Purple Belt

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    You know what they say about men with small feet...
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  7. Killer Whale Blue Belt

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    Definitely return them, you’re just going to work in them and at the end of the day your feet are going to kill. Having a comfortable/light pair of boots is invaluable to someone that works in them.
     
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    They say “Damn you got small feet!”
     
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  10. TheOneAboveAll3 Red Belt

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    I am 39 years old you jack ass. Also I am 5 foot 7 not some midget.
     
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    weird flex but ok
     
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    Fight me IRL
     
  13. TheOneAboveAll3 Red Belt

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    Are you sure? Have you owned steel toe boots and have were they comfortable after?
     
  14. TheNinja Gold Belt

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    Steel toe boots don't come in men's size 8. They are probably uncomfortable b/c they are women's boots.
     
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  16. A.A. Riggs sweet ... sweet meat!

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    Are your toes being squeezed? That's no good. However, if it's a matter of lacking that up-and-down flex you're normally used to -- yes, that gets better.
     
  17. ClubFoot Therapy can be a good thing; it can be therapeutic Platinum Member

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    Size 8

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    Manlet.
     
  18. TheOneAboveAll3 Red Belt

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    Yeah it is but I mainly feel it on my right foot, my left foot aint that bad or I dont feel it as much.
     
  19. A.A. Riggs sweet ... sweet meat!

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    Too tight is no good, unless you know some way to increase width and more properly have yourself shod, my shetland friendo.

    Perhaps your right foot is slightly bigger than the left? Maybe skeletally, or maybe you're right-side dominant. Do you ALWAYS lead with the right side? Catch/throw right? Step up/jump off/kick righty-boy?
     
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  20. Plutoburn Alpha booze head

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    Shoes should come with different width. I have pretty wide feet, and some, especially dress shoes, may have the correct size (mainly length) are too narrow for me, so I think having a b c for different width would go a long way to fit feet of different shapes.
     

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