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Hey /diy/, not sure if this is the correct place to ask this but I figured it's the best option.

I got a job in a factory recently and spend eight hours a day mostly standing at a machine, pushing buttons and loading billets. My feet are fucking killing me, and I think it's my boots to blame; my posture is very good and I'm in pretty decent shape. I need steel toe and slip resistant, and I've had the set I own now for a few years and got em cause they were cheap.

TLDR: What're the most comfortable oil-resistant steel toe boots, budget of no more than $180?

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