Might I suggest and adjustmet, or two.
First, stop using your toe to shift. Get the shifter over the meaty part of your foot just behind the toe joints.
Second, adjust your shift lever so you don't have to raise your foot so high. Well, if you haven't already.
Third, go out and invest in some proper motorcycle touring boots. They offer a lot of protection that regular shoes and boots don't for riding and crashing.
If you have wide feet I can suggest a brand that runs wide. Most are regular, I guess width. These aren't dual sport or MX boots, although they would also work, but are not too different looking when your pants are over them than a regular boot. In fact I would think that no one would notice they are MC boots unless thay knew what they were looking at.
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