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AgassiGuy23
03-07-2007, 12:40 PM
Anyone got any suggestions on shoes that are good for wide feet? I have a wide foot and pretty much nothing Nike fits. Does anyone know of any Adidas models that are a bit wider than the Barricades, etc?

GokuQ
03-07-2007, 12:45 PM
give the yonex's a try, the sht304 is a great shoe, havnt tried the 304r yet and the 305 is a bit tighter
the barricade 2 was the only one that would fit my foot.....

noahsan
03-07-2007, 05:33 PM
Do you know what the EUR size is for the Yonex SHT 304 in a men's 9.5?

I know that asics are 43.5 in EUR.

scotus
03-08-2007, 12:16 AM
Go with New Balance 4E, my friend.

KKK
03-08-2007, 12:43 AM
TW offers a "shoe finder," which points out shoes for wide feet. The only Nikes I've discovered that work for wide feet are the Resolves.

I've tried New Balances. They're almost a gimme, because they're the only shoes that come in different widths. But I've had problems with them (sore Achilles), which I didn't find with other shoes. Wilsons, for instance or Diadoras, or the Nike Resolves. So, size isn't everything.

backcourt
03-08-2007, 06:28 AM
Reebok Upset DMX and 3D Premiere Pro both fit my wide foot nicely. Botn are currently onsale at TW. FYI I am a 2e in New Balance sizing.

Craig Sheppard
03-10-2007, 07:49 PM
I have a pretty wide foot and have had success with the following:

Yonex SHT 304 (best recent shoe for wide feet, imo)

Nike Air Resolve Plus (ok, but were hot, unventilated, and a bit heavy. good cushioning though)

New Balance CT1002. (These were the worst of the lot. Will never buy NB again)

tennismike33
03-11-2007, 05:58 AM
I have a pretty wide foot and have had success with the following:

Yonex SHT 304 (best recent shoe for wide feet, imo)

Nike Air Resolve Plus (ok, but were hot, unventilated, and a bit heavy. good cushioning though)

New Balance CT1002. (These were the worst of the lot. Will never buy NB again)

Craig, I too have played with the Resolve for a couple of years now and I love them. I actually am looking at the 3 pairs that I rotate.

jcstennis
03-11-2007, 11:07 AM
go with New Balance or Prince... most of Prince's line make their sneaks with a more squarish front, helps with wide feet! Plus the lengths for Prince is good.

i have wide feet and went with the BIV, bought a half size big and wear an extra sock, still a bit tight, but it's hard to beat the BIV performance!!!

SFrazeur
03-11-2007, 12:11 PM
Most of the shoes brands listed are not for wide feet. Some brands may state they have 4E shoes but they are not. Wilson's idea of a 4E is New Balances idea of a 2E shoe.

New Balance is your brand if you have wide feet I wear size 11 1/2, 4E. I would prefer a size 5E but NB does have 5E in tennis or other shoes. NB does have 6E in cross trainers and walking shoes.

movdqa
03-11-2007, 05:36 PM
I'm using NB 543s at the moment but picked up two
pairs of MX815BK 11 1/2 4E. These are lightweight cross-trainers and cost $30 a pair at the New Balance Factory Outlet. I picked up a pair of WX601BKs for my daughter too at $25. Nice pair of shoes, in a ladies wide; very soft leather.

New Balance shoes come in a variety of toe-box sizes and different arch-heights. They have subtle features in shoes designed for specific foot problems too so picking the shoes that they sell can take a little work. I noticed that they had a court shoe with motion control in it which is something that I previous associated with running shoes.

http://i.onlineshoes.com/images/br008/53709_450_45.jpg