Big toe skin numbness shoes too tight?

Possible. Or back issues.
Maybe? Your shoes can be too tight. Have you recently started to wear them about the time it went numb? It could be neuropathy as well.

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Is it possible that I could have damaged a nerve in my big toe by wearing shoes that are too tight? The outer side is numb. Will feeling return?

Nerve compression. What you are describing is most likely a temporary nerve compression or crush by your shoes to the nerve that runs down the side of your big toe. This is temporary and will clear. Try to get your shoe stretched! Read more...
Nerve compression. Tight, pointed toe shoes, high heels can compress the branch of the medial plantar nerve that provides sensation to the outer side of the big toe. Wearing shoes with ample toebox to prevent pressure on this nerve may in time restore sensation (depends on how long the numbness has been present as to whether sensation will return completely). Avoid high heels which squeeze toes into pointed toebox. Read more...
Yes and yes. Tight shoes can put pressur on the skin nerves and essentially shut them down from too much pressure. The nerve remains intact however and will recover in time, days or weeks. Read more...

How do I resolve numbness in toes due to cramming foot in tight dress shoe?

Get different shoe. tight shoes can cause irritation of plantar or other nerves that can cause numbness, especially if there is a high arch. Try different shoes that may not impinge the affected nerve. Read more...