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I would feel confident saying more foot injuries have occurred to those wearing tennis shoes than steel toe boots. So, how did he lose 3 toes in a Harley crash? I'm not doubting that he did, I'm trying to understand exactly how? And how common that would be? And, yes riders will wear what they want and crying about it is still their option.No, worse yet , tennis shoes . Kid was practicing , could'nt get that jump . I said , let me try , you take a rest . No drugs or alcohol involved ..... Steel toe experiance happened years later .. A friend lost 3 toes when he crashed his hardley ... other friend just broke foot in his crash .... yep , steel toe boots .. Wear them if you want , don't come crying later .......
I agree with wearing the proper foot protection. I should do that, every time, but I don't. I hope it don't come back to bite me in the bu ... foot.Although I do not wear steel/composite toe boots, I would think any quality well care for pair that also provided axle protection would be a giant leap ahead of more common sneaker type.
For sure , everything that fell on my foot seemed th hit right behind insert . But they also have saved my toes ....We as of the last year have to wear hard toe boots at work, even management has to wear them , steel or composite, so I ride in them to and from work too, mine are composite . I see your point, the insert could do damage in some kind of incident but it could help too, you just never know.
We did have a hard toe boot save someone’s foot the other day at work, he dropped a couple hundred pound piece of steel and it landed on his foot, corner down. It slightly penetrated the insert and he had a very minor toenail injury, without the Hard toe I feel confident it would have cut off his toes. He was lucky it didn’t hit behind the insert, that would have been bad.
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