Hey guys, wondering if any of you drive a truck for a living? I do, and I have to wear steel toes. I've been wearing Carolina's and the model I first picked has been the best fitting steel toe I've ever put on, I absolutely can't feel the steel toe and that has always been a struggle for my 4E+ wide feet. But, lately I've been getting some serious pain in my right heel. I'm not sure if it's plantar fasciitis because it isn't from walking, it's from my gas pedal foot mashing my heel into the floor all day, and having to pull my does up to moderate the gas pedal. I spoke with a senior gentleman who's been driving for 40 years and he said the secret is higher heels, like western boots or loggers. So, I then went and bought a pair of Carolina loggers and for heel support the taller heel is definitely helping, but now I'm back to scrunched up sore toes from a narrower steel toe cap, despite these boots being 4E wide. So, what I want is a steel toe (or composite) logger, preferably waterproof but NOT insulated, with as wide as I can get in the toe. Suggestions? Shoe style steel toes are not an option, and I really want to stick with taller heels because the difference in heel pain is significant.