Yes, for the MSF I would avoid buying anything if possible. So if you have steel-toes, just use those. After you actually purchase a bike then get into investing in proper boots. Riding boots, long-term, will be more comfortable than steel toes, so they're a worthy investment. They also provide greater protection for crashes.
Dragging knee is for the track, and dragging tail is for the lot. --Kane Friesen
When you're in a car, you're watching a movie; when you're on a bike, you're in the movie. --Robert Pirsig
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