So last week I had a little oopsy. Starting to re think steel toe boots. I have been of the mind set that I rather have a broke toe than a severed one of the steel collapsed. Also I haven't found a pair that fit my feet right. Well looks like I am getting that unscheduled vacation I've been wanting to schedule. Smashed the shit out of my foot with a 4' x 14" diameter dogwood log. Last cut just a few feet off the ground. The stick was leaning over a concrete walkway so I had a tag line in it. The tree had a slight lean so I wanted to stay on the uphill side. The log came down with more rotation than expected and the butt smashed my toes against the stump. Three toes all kinds of purple. Just three stitches on the bend line under the first joint. X-ray shows the very tip is some what shattered. The doc just printed a poor quality paper copy of the X-ray, and kept referring to "All those little pieces" and used the term "fragments" I still need to get some "light duty" work taken care of. As my second child is due the first week of October. I was intending on busting out a bunch of jobs and taking some time before and after the due date. Can anyone recommend a shoe or light boot with a roomy toe box?