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About Wide Shoes

The human foot comes in varied sizes and shapes. Shouldn’t the shoes you put on them do the same? There’s no reason to compromise comfort and support for style. Chances are you’ll find just what you’re looking for in a wide width shoe just by exploring our website. Whether it’s trend-setting high fashion or a simple sneaker for long walks, we’ve got the wide sizes you’re looking for!

There are those who say wide shoes aren’t fashionable. Obviously, they haven’t taken a look at the selection of wide shoes for women we carry. Dance the night away in a beautiful pair of heels from Stuart Weitzman® or Annie®. You want to look your best for the upcoming wedding season and you want to be comfortable too. That’s why we offer snazzy sandals from Touch Ups® and Vaneli®.

When your work day calls for standing or walking for an extended time, you need comfortable and durable footwear that looks great too. From steel toe work boots to non-slip shoes in wide sizes, we have you covered, and then some. Chippewa®, Dr. Martens®, and Dan Post® are just a few of many renowned brands that offer footwear solutions to an industrial-oriented work life. Dansko® and Nurse Mates® provide the healthcare field with easy-to-wear clogs and mules in wide widths that are not only supportive and comfortable, but look great too!

The properly dressed gentleman demands the highest quality footwear that exhibits expert craftsmanship and premium materials. That’s why we’re proud to carry brands such as Florsheim®, Cole Haan®, and Johnston & Murphy®. You’ll find wide loafers, oxfords, and ankle boots that will keep you in stylish comfort day after day.

Perhaps the most important type of footwear requiring optimal width is athletic. Brooks® offers running, walking, cross training, and even golf shoes in wide widths for men, women, and kids. Is hiking your passion? Be sure to gear up with proper fitting boots in wide sizes from Merrell® and Timberland®. The latest trend in running is zero drop footwear. Zero drop shoes help you achieve a natural gait that promotes achilles strength. You can find road or trail wide options from New Balance®.

It’s your feet. Take the time to choose just the right fit for a lifetime of comfort.

Latest Reviews

  • Nordic Posted: Reviewer: from Gilroy Overall: 3 Stars Comfort: 3 Stars Look: 3 Stars
    These are very comfortable slippers and my feet did not get too hot while wearing them, which is a problem I usually have with slippers. The lining is comfortable and cozy but not hot. My only complaint is the sole or bottom of these slippers. Why would you put a thin cloth layer over what is a pretty sturdy sole and those plastic inserts are useless and have all come out. I do use inside and outside but I do not play football in them. These are about 1 year old--check pics. Overall not bad for the price.
  • Analise Clever Posted: Reviewer: Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    Omg! These are one of my absolute favorite pair of shoes. I can wear them all day and be comfortable. You can dress them up or down. Absolutely no break in time needed.
  • Provision 3 Posted: Reviewer: from Buckeye, AZ Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    I'm a walker and need a good stability shoe because of over pronation. I've worn them all from Nike, Adidas, Merrill, etc. Then I found Altra. Walking about 30 to 40 miles a week it took a little over a year when I realized I'd worn them down. Just ordered my second pair of the Provision 3. Such a great shoe! Comfort, cool, great fit. Why don't all shoes have a "toe box"? Turn to Altra, you won't be disappointed.
  • Flex Experience RN 6 Posted: Reviewer: from Seattle Overall: 1 Stars Comfort: 1 Stars Look: 3 Stars
    This shoe is hardly Wide! I can't believe Nike thinks this is a "Wide" shoe. I've attached a photo of this shoe - the Nike Flex Experience RN 6Wide - next to the Nike Free Run 2017 6BMedium. The Flex is the black shoe on the right. I'm about to give up on Nike. I can't seem to find a wide rounded toe box with enough depth not to push down on my big toe or squeeze my toes together. I have bunions but they don't hurt. However, I like to be able to wiggle my toes in a toe box, especially in a running shoe. Although I'm looking at these just for style not serious running, I still want to be comfortable and I want extreme light weight and flexibility, like barefoot but with cushioning and support. Is that too much to expect from the experts? I'm 5'0" tall and 107 lbs. Both shoes fit my heels and center foot really well, but the B width Free Run is closer to fitting my wide peasant foot with narrow heel than the Flex Experience Wide width, except that the toe box is flat and pushes down on my big toes sigh.
  • W940v3 Posted: Reviewer: from Tampa, FL Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 4 Stars
    I always buy NB running shoes, mostly because I like their wide size options. I'm having to return my purchase simply because I bought Silver/Grey/White W940v3 and thought the accent color was orange Turned out it is pink. I simply don't want pink on my shoes & wanted to write a review in the event someone else is thinking it's orange on the shoe-- it's not :-(
  • Cobb Hill Ireland Posted: Reviewer: from WI Overall: 3 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 4 Stars
    While I agree with the positive comments of others (hooray for comfort and the ability to dress up or down), the bottom of my zipper recently broke (it opens from the bottom up) and I've only had these sandals for 4 months. With a company like Rockport, I expected better quality. This is why my overall star is at 3 rather than 5. Zappos, is there anything you can do? I recommend with the caveat that the zipper may be defective.

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