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Slip on shoes vs lace up shoes?

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I want to buy some slip-on or clogs but i am hesitant b/c i fear that they might give me shin splints. I do enjoy a nice snug shoe, not small but snug around my foot. So for those who own slip-on shoes, have you ever experienced this problem?

post #2 of 4

Nope.
 

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What brand to you particularly like?
 

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I wear Altons (leather) by Birkenstock, I also have to, I think, Professional Clogs (polyurethane), also by Birkenstock.
 

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