Ordered my new shoes!

@ricki_911 (15862)
Toronto, Ontario
February 10, 2016 7:15pm CST
I was tired of going to work, and my socks being wet. I doubt I am walking that much in snow and within 10 minutes and then standing 7 hours in wet shoes. I switch between two shoes but it doesn't seems to help any. I got two pairs of runners from Walmart, and a pair of flats for when I go out as my last pair fell apart a few months ago.
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@Morleyhunt (15038)
• Canada
11 Feb 16
Boots, my solution to wet feet.
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@ricki_911 (15862)
• Toronto, Ontario
11 Feb 16
I can't wear boots at work.
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@Morleyhunt (15038)
• Canada
11 Feb 16
@ricki_911 I wore the boots to work and then changed into shoes.
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@ricki_911 (15862)
• Toronto, Ontario
11 Feb 16
@Morleyhunt I have done that and my nice boots went missing.
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
11 Feb 16
Boot would be better, nothing wosre than getting wet feet while going into work.
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@ricki_911 (15862)
• Toronto, Ontario
11 Feb 16
I have done that, and someone took my boots.
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@kevin1877uk (35480)
11 Feb 16
@ricki_911 Oh no so sorry to hear that
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@ricki_911 (15862)
• Toronto, Ontario
11 Feb 16
@kevin1877uk Was rather annoying!!!
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• United States
11 Feb 16
I have a pair of tennis shoes that I need to try to wear. The only problem is I'd have to wear thicker socks as these shoes are a bit too big. I ordered them online and they are the wrong size. The pair I wear now have holes in them everywhere.
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@ricki_911 (15862)
• Toronto, Ontario
11 Feb 16
I know how that is. I find my work shoes never last, and I don't have money hanging around to pay $50 - $100 a pair like some people I work with think.
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• United States
11 Feb 16
@ricki_911 We have a company that many of the employers use called "Shoes for crews" it's optional, but we can get work shoes through the catalog that the employer provides. Many of the shoes look to be really uncomfortable as well as expensive. I prefer to spend no more than $20.00 unless it's a quality brand I can trust. Even then I'll probably only spend $75.00.
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@ricki_911 (15862)
• Toronto, Ontario
11 Feb 16
@ScribbledAdNauseum I remember my old job went through them but this job doesn't. I may see if I can order them online.
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• United States
11 Feb 16
Enjoy your new shoes & hope your feet stay dry
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@ricki_911 (15862)
• Toronto, Ontario
11 Feb 16
I hope so too!
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@zebra2222 (4887)
• United States
11 Feb 16
Boots are best when it comes to snow.
@ricki_911 (15862)
• Toronto, Ontario
12 Feb 16
I did buy new boots this winter, and someone stole them.