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Old 11-24-2010, 10:06 AM   #1
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Winter driving shoe

My feet are freezing and I want to get some grippier shoes anyways so I guess thicker socks won't cut it. Any suggestions for a boot that I can still drive with? I drive stick daily btw so don't really want something too wide or thick soled. Ordered Ugg snow boots for my friend and they were pretty comfy but don't think they'll be good for driving and they are about 8" tall
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My feet are freezing and I want to get some grippier shoes anyways so I guess thicker socks won't cut it. Any suggestions for a boot that I can still drive with? I drive stick daily btw so don't really want something too wide or thick soled. Ordered Ugg snow boots for my friend and they were pretty comfy but don't think they'll be good for driving and they are about 8" tall
I have the UGG Rockvilles and wide feet, unless your pedals are super close I don't see an issue. I drive a manual and haven't had any issues.
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That sole looks pretty thick though, and there isn't much room down there. Even when I wear somewhat pointier dress shoes I notice the tip will hit the column somehow
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