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Keen, slip ons are best if you are at risk of getting fluids on them, as the laces will trap debris.  Also, I would avoid Danskos unless you have a very strong foot, as they are so hard inside that for me they are unbearable, I have a high arch and my feet don't like rock hard insoles.  

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