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Now that the snow and salt have cleared, Bostonians can actually wear shoes other than rubber, waterproof clunkers. Break out those freshly manicured toes and slide into something slinky, suede, or sensitive—maybe tackle all three on a particularly lovely day. Should you consider expanding your shoe collection this spring, here are Boston's 10 best bets for footwear.