Recommendations of shoes for Broad Feet person


eejal

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Shoot wedding whole day, standing..walking..running...
My feet are tortured by me. Any recommendations of shoe brand that will be comfortable for people with broad feet? My shoes are ill fitting despite on the right size... the width are just too tight that most of the times after a whole day of wearing them, my bunions felt so painful....:(

Do you shoot wedding with a pair of running shoes, or office shoes?
 

zeehamzah

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Wide feet? I have the same problem but wht make it worst is my severe flat feet.

I made the jump to one of the Timbaland slip on shoe with 'Anti-Fatigue' sole thingy. :D
 

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Mizuno has wide feet model they hv black running shoe too. They might hv it in leather like those use in baseball.
 

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Mizuno and Adidas for sneakers. For leather shoes, Rockport. Get the sizes with W like 11w, etc. Very comfy
 

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Wide feet? I have the same problem but wht make it worst is my severe flat feet.

I made the jump to one of the Timbaland slip on shoe with 'Anti-Fatigue' sole thingy. :D
Timbaland caters to broad feet? i didn't know this...

Mizuno has wide feet model they hv black running shoe too. They might hv it in leather like those use in baseball.
Thanks bro... Would they normally indicate that its for Broad Feet use?

Mizuno and Adidas for sneakers. For leather shoes, Rockport. Get the sizes with W like 11w, etc. Very comfy
I know New Balance have shoes for broad feets. didn't know about Mizuno and Adi.. Yeah..will look into Rockport. My guess on the initial W is its for Walking? Thanks Rashkae!
 

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eejal said:
Timbaland caters to broad feet? i didn't know this...

Thanks bro... Would they normally indicate that its for Broad Feet use?

I know New Balance have shoes for broad feets. didn't know about Mizuno and Adi.. Yeah..will look into Rockport. My guess on the initial W is its for Walking? Thanks Rashkae!
I think the initial is for Wide. Crocs leather shoes series also caters to broader feet well
 

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I have broad feet due tp servere flat feet, I wear vibrams when running, cycling or walking, i find them to be most comfortable
 

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I know New Balance have shoes for broad feets. didn't know about Mizuno and Adi.. Yeah..will look into Rockport. My guess on the initial W is its for Walking? Thanks Rashkae!
W for "wide"
 

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IIRC, Vibram is a company that make the soles. My wife used to work there.
I had flantar fascitis last year. I bought a Rockport with Adiprene (by adidas) soles, leather shoes with rubber shoes soles. very comfortable :)
 

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Marcus7

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TS,u can go look for NB sports shoe that has broader width...they have a series that caters for those with broad feet.
 

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IIRC, Vibram is a company that make the soles. My wife used to work there.
I had flantar fascitis last year. I bought a Rockport with Adiprene (by adidas) soles, leather shoes with rubber shoes soles. very comfortable :)
Only clarke shoes cater for broad feet , quite costly but very good , very old brand
 

Rashkae

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Only clarke shoes cater for broad feet , quite costly but very good , very old brand
Totally disagree. Many brands have models for normal and wide/broad feet.
 

albertri

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i think New Balance also caters for broadfeet but must go to New Balance shop...
 

philip113

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Totally disagree. Many brands have models for normal and wide/broad feet.
Try wearing them you know what I mean, the comfort level very good, yes there are others that cater for wide feet, Have try it , been there , done that. I am broad feet plus super flat footed.
 

philip113

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Try wearing them you know what I mean, the comfort level very good, yes there are others that cater for wide feet, Have try it , been there , done that. I am broad feet plus super flat footed.
Although very expensive can last 3 to 5 yrs
 

albertri

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Try wearing them you know what I mean, the comfort level very good, yes there are others that cater for wide feet, Have try it , been there , done that. I am broad feet plus super flat footed.
broadfeet can easily buy off the shelves for flat footed it needs a bit of special attention you can change the inner sole of your shoes and try to get those customized insole for flat footed... the inner sole can be a bit expenssive but the good part can use it to other shoes :) so i suggest get a shoes for broadfeet and have a customized innersole that fits your feet :)
 

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philip113 said:
Try wearing them you know what I mean, the comfort level very good, yes there are others that cater for wide feet, Have try it , been there , done that. I am broad feet plus super flat footed.
There are many other brands that caters to broad feet as well, not only Clarks and they can be just as comfortable.
 

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