I've been riding the past few winters here in Minneapolis with a too-big pair of 8-eye Vegetarian Boots. I really love them, but, alas, they're REALLY TOO big (3 sizes so). So I need a new winter shoe situation.
I ride a clipless fixie, so I need something with a shallow enough toe to easily get in and out of my toecage. I really prefer boots, too, considering that they're tall and keep snow, slush, and icewater off of my leg up to a higher level than normal shoes.
So, any recommendations? The Half-Year of Darkness is approaching quickly and it's already wet and ****ty outside. Thanks a lot!