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The steel toe of my chippewa motorcycle boots hangs down across my toes inside the boots

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First, i would not wear them till you get it fixed. is there any warranty on the boot; if so, i would use it. also, look for a boot repair store. try redwing or the like.

Posted on Feb 18, 2012


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