I'm looking at some new boots. I've worn Wolverine boots for the past few years. I find them really comfortable (I wear and orthotic), but I only get a year or so out of them. That is fine. Anyway, I thought I would try a boot with a safety toe, as they look a little tougher. Anyway, the fit is way different. I feel like I am swimming in them. Is that basically how a safety toe is? They are roomier in the footbed to accomodate for the size of the safety toe. I was surprised because it is basically the same boot I have just different toes. I've never worn a safety toe before, so I don't have any clue how they should generally fit. Thanks, Nick.