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Wide fit shoes?

(15 Posts)
tryhard Sat 05-Mar-16 15:03:37

Does anywhere other than Clarks do them?

secondhoneymoon Sat 05-Mar-16 15:05:45


bookbook Sat 05-Mar-16 15:08:40

Gabor and Van Dahl

BikeRunSki Sat 05-Mar-16 15:18:47

Not marketed as wide fit, but I have 3 pairs of White Stuff wedges as they are wide enough for my wide feet (need a Clarks wide fit usually). Also Dr Marten fashion range, and New Balance for trainers.

nicg85 Sat 05-Mar-16 17:41:22

If you don't mind new look they do wide fit shoes/ boots.
Check out their website.

RosieQueenOfCorona Sat 05-Mar-16 17:45:19

Second New Look. Though they only last a couple of months.

Talisin Sat 05-Mar-16 18:11:37

Next have a wide fit category in their shoe section on the website now but there are actually loads more than they have listed there. When I've seen a shoe or boot I like recently and checked the sizes, more often than not there's been a wide fit option listed right after the regular sizes.

RobberBride Sat 05-Mar-16 21:21:21

Debenhams - their Good for the Sole collection have some really comfy heels that make my feet look slimmer and don't cripple me

hugoagogo Sat 05-Mar-16 23:17:13

I always pop up with this, but Keen are brilliant for me. (4.5 H)

Chewbecca Sun 06-Mar-16 16:15:27

Wide feet/high instep here.

I used to wear a lot of Gabor but lately I've had a couple of pairs from them that were too narrow, I fear they've changed their fit.

I get on well with Fly sandals and boots.

PeppermintPatty1 Sun 06-Mar-16 16:26:25

The Shoe Tailor

yazzy85 Sun 06-Mar-16 17:55:43

Hotter shoes

Realitea Sun 06-Mar-16 19:48:19

I usually go to debenhams but for a more glam shoe I go with Asos

ColdAndGloomy Sun 06-Mar-16 19:50:36

Tesco have some but they are quite hard to find on their website.

SqueegyBeckinheim Sun 06-Mar-16 19:51:23

Rocket Dog come up wide, and although many of their styles are very old lady occasionally Hotter comes up with something decent.

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