Wide tennis shoes

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  1. nevergiveup

    nevergiveup New User

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    Thanks to bunionettes in my both feet I need shoes that have wide toe box area. TW USA has several models but does TWE carry any of them? What model would you recommend for this problem?
     
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  2. TWE Staff

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    Hi, what shoes have worked for you in the past?
    Thanks, Stefan/TWE
     
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    Well, because I haven't found wide tennis shoes from Scandinavia I've bought sizes too big or stretched the shoes by myself :(
    In the past I've used Wilson, Asics and Prince shoes and they work quite good for me, but I guess they're actually more like regular than wide models.

    I'd really like to try New Balance 2E or 4E version shoes you sell in TWUSA but haven't found them in Europe yet. Any chance you could sell those in TWE also?

    Btw, after Googling I noticed there's so much more variety in shoes overall in USA than in Europe (i.e. width versions). I mean you can get different kind of versions of the same shoe which I think is great!
     
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  4. TWE Staff

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    I had a very comfy feeling especially in the toe-box with K-Swiss and also with Prince. We have some new Prince Shoes soon, they might be worth a try. Or the K-Swiss Defier.
    Stefan/TWE
     
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  5. nevergiveup

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    Ok, thanks for the tip, Stefan. I think I'll try Defier. Still, do you have any plans selling New Balance shoes at TWE?
     
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    Sorry, no such plans for the nearer future.
    The K-Swiss seems to be a good choice. Just try them on. If they donĀ“t work for you you always are free to return the shoes, as long as following rule applies:
    http://www.tenniswarehouse-europe.com/CustService/
    "Footwear:
    Please do not damage the original shoe box when returning NEW or UN-WORN shoes for credit or a refund. We can not re-sell shoes without the manufacturer's original box in new condition. The shoes must not be worn outside and must be in as new condition. Please send the shoes with a note stating if you would like credit or an exchange."

    Nice weekend,
    Stefan/TWE
     
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  7. fundrazer

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    I have a bit of a wider foot and have found the Breathe 2k10's to fit very well. I believe TWE still has some of the colorways in stock, might be a good idea to try on a pair like Stefan has suggested. If they don't fit, then no harm done, just mail em back.

    I would be interested to know if the 2k11's have a similar fit to the 2k10s myself.
     
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  8. chrischris

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    I jump in here too agree i have wide wide duck feet:) Kswiss are sweet and wide.
     
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