wide at mid foot

#1
Looking for a shoe that is wide at the mid foot. All shoes are narrow. My feet are screwed up because of all the bad narrow tennis shoes that are out there. SO far the only one that I have found is Kswiss hypercourt express
 
#4
Diadora Speed Star K Elite AG have a wide midfoot. I own a pair myself.
I second the Diadora Speed Star K Elite AG. I where the black with gold; not the greatest from an appearance standpoint, but they do the job. They're wide in the forefoot and provide great stability (lower to the ground IMO). I went to these in the process of overcoming/managing a Morton's neuroma. I use them with a Cadence insole.
 
#5
Probably need to qualify what you mean by wide. Tw lists some shoes as being wide but they are not. If you're EE or wider in dress shoes then you probably should look to the new balance line.
 
#6
I second the Diadora Speed Star K Elite AG. I where the black with gold; not the greatest from an appearance standpoint, but they do the job. They're wide in the forefoot and provide great stability (lower to the ground IMO). I went to these in the process of overcoming/managing a Morton's neuroma. I use them with a Cadence insole.
This.
TW has them in a new colourway, less polarizing than the Black/Gold
https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Di...AG_White_Navy_/descpageMSDIADORA-DMSKEWN.html
Or the similar Ace version:
https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Di...Navy_Mens_Shoe/descpageMSDIADORA-DMSSKAW.html
 
#7
Looking for a shoe that is wide at the mid foot. All shoes are narrow. My feet are screwed up because of all the bad narrow tennis shoes that are out there. SO far the only one that I have found is Kswiss hypercourt express
The same. Hypercourt are the only shoes I can wear, but the last few pairs have been crappier than normal. Quality control gone south. Came close to pulling the trigger on diadora speed blueshield ag2, but then they disappeared, and now thinking of trying a pair of mizuno wave intense 4, as apparently they are wide and give good lateral support.
 
#8
The same. Hypercourt are the only shoes I can wear, but the last few pairs have been crappier than normal. Quality control gone south. Came close to pulling the trigger on diadora speed blueshield ag2, but then they disappeared, and now thinking of trying a pair of mizuno wave intense 4, as apparently they are wide and give good lateral support.
I have a wide foot (3E) and the Nike Air Zoom Vapor X (Wide) is the best shoe I have worn bar none. They are on clearance now at TW for $85. Do yourself a favor and buy these shoes. I continue to practice in Adidas Bounce Classic (4E) because I bought 3 pairs when they were on sale, but I wear the Nike for matches and will transition when the Adidas are worn out. I also bought the Babolat SFX3 (Blue) and they are a quality shoe. Hope this helps.
 
#9
I have a wide foot (3E) and the Nike Air Zoom Vapor X (Wide) is the best shoe I have worn bar none. They are on clearance now at TW for $85. Do yourself a favor and buy these shoes. I continue to practice in Adidas Bounce Classic (4E) because I bought 3 pairs when they were on sale, but I wear the Nike for matches and will transition when the Adidas are worn out. I also bought the Babolat SFX3 (Blue) and they are a quality shoe. Hope this helps.
Thanks mate.
Seems like the Vapor X wide is only available in pensioner white, though looks ok design wise
Lotta people complaining about the lateral stability of the babolat sfx in the customer reviews, which is my issue with the hypercourt express atm.
 
#13
They could have at least spiced them up with some accents in aggressive beige, or angry nutmeg, even just a hardened cream swoosh. I haven't had a hip replacement yet, I don't have cataracts, so there's no way I'm wearing pensioner white shoes.
I think my living room is painted in angry nutmeg ... have leftover paint in garage ... :unsure: I have a closet full of those suckers ... could sacrafice one for science.
 
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