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Suzanne 3FC 11-12-2006 03:17 PM

Wide Width Shoes
 
Zappos
Zappos.com sells wide-width men's and women's shoes. They have the best prices, and an unbeatable return policy.
DesignerShoes.com
DesignerShoes.com carries wider sizes in women's brand name fashion and comfort shoes
Naturalizer Online
Dave's Wide Shoes
Leonards Wide Shoes Specializing in wide and extra wide shoes.
Maryland Square
Womens shoes offering wide width and narrow shoes, hard to find shoes, dress and casual shoes and name brand footwear for ladies.
A Perfect Dealer
Find the perfect fit from New Balance: we stock the most sizes and widths from narrow 2A to extra wide 6E, sizes 1 to 20.
Rizzuto's Wide Shoes
Extra wide shoes and therapeutic footwear for men and women.
Shoe Buy
Walk Shop
An unrivaled selection of European and American made shoes in a variety of widths and sizes that are as comfortable as they are beautiful.
WomenShoesPlus.com
Large size and wide width womens shoes.
Famous Footwear
Famous Footwear provides shoes up to E width.
Shoes.com
Shoes.com offers a huge selection of shoes in wide widths.
FootSmart
FootSmart offers comfort footwear and foot care products to relieve foot pain, heel pain, and arch pain. Our product selection includes comfort shoes, walking shoes, sandals, foot orthotics, and bunion and heel pain solutions.
Diabetic Shoe Hub
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nelie 11-12-2006 05:13 PM

Shoebuy.com isn't on the list. They are my favorite.

phantastica 11-14-2006 01:08 PM

Cloudwalkers are sold at Avenue Shops, they market toward wide/large feet.

Payless ShoeSource is also a good one for large and wide shoe sizes.

Tisha___ 11-20-2006 12:32 PM

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Originally Posted by phantastica (Post 1471855)
Cloudwalkers are sold at Avenue Shops, they market toward wide/large feet.

Payless ShoeSource is also a good one for large and wide shoe sizes.

Those are EXACTLY the two places I was coming here to post about! LOL So, I second your entire post. :)


MariaMaria 11-24-2006 02:31 PM

widewidths.com is a good source for wide-calf boots.

blueberry3 03-07-2007 01:58 PM

easyspirit.com has wide width shoes too! And they are super cute! I am really impressed with their styles :) http://www.easyspirit.com/s;ES_JSESS...903&cid=141001

MelPerimeter 03-29-2007 08:59 AM

Does anyone here have REALLY wide feet? Mine were really wide even when not overweight and now they are a size 9 EEEE. I can't find EEEE shoes for women anywhere. I usually wear fabric slippers all year round. Its horrid.

jillybean720 03-29-2007 09:18 AM

I know it's not very glamorous, but have you tried men's shoes? My sister's feet aren't extremely wide, but they are a bit wide, and she was recently fitted for a men's sneaker at a running store. They said it would give her foot better support than any of the women's sneakers.

MelPerimeter 03-29-2007 09:42 AM

Thanks for the tip. I have tried men's shoes in the past, but I am still a size EEEE in men's shoes as well. I do get men's sport sandals, (those strap and velcro things) but its hard to wear them everywhere :)

nelie 03-29-2007 10:23 AM

I tried looking into Men's shoes when I was looking for hiking shoes and it did not work at all. It really sucked. They would be too big certain places and too small in other places. Sometimes it works though.

NotTheCheat 03-29-2007 11:26 AM

There is a line of shoes linked with New Balance (who also has a few sneakers in 4E) called Aravon. You can get them from www.joesnewbalanceoutlet.com. I have a several pairs of the 2E and find them to be good quality and decent width. They are really reasonable from the outlet too - so many wide shoes are really expensive.

jillybean720 03-29-2007 11:49 AM

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Originally Posted by nelie (Post 1631267)
I tried looking into Men's shoes when I was looking for hiking shoes and it did not work at all. It really sucked. They would be too big certain places and too small in other places. Sometimes it works though.

It really depends on your foot. Men's shoes tend to be wider and more square in the toe whereas women's shoes come more to a point (even the ones that sren't the pizza-slice style shoes get narrower at the toe than men's style do). Men's are also a bit wider in the instep and slightly in the heel. My fiance has wide feet and a wide heel, and he has to wear a New Balance EEE.

Additionally, a lot of shoe store/department employees are actually given misinformation on sizing--they will typically tell you there is a 2 size difference between men's and women's shoes (so if you wear a women's 10, it would be a men's 8), but that is untrue--it's actually a 1.5 size difference (so a women's 10 is a men's 8.5).

In any case, it all depends on the shape of your foot and partially on your gait. My feet are just a mess, so buying ANY shoes is a ridiculous challenge for me (size 10, wide in both insted and up by the toes, problems with ingrown toenails, arches are back farther than "normal," and so on :dizzy: ).

beaches 05-24-2007 05:43 PM

I love Zappos. They have free shippping, even on returns.

Rayelle 03-01-2008 01:20 PM

I love the boots on Widewidths.com! Thanks everyone! I have been looking for years for a pair of boots and now I found them!

fiberlover 03-27-2008 04:09 PM

I buy my boots in the young men's department. They have a small enough size for me, and the width I need. Plus the sturdiness. When I want working boots - I cannot find anything for women that will hold up. What's up with that?


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