who has wide feet and can recommend shoes

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  1. kenner30

    kenner30 Regular Member

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    bought mizuno and li ning shoes..neither of them being wide and they both hurt my feet..

    had some random victor shoes which were wide that never gave me issues.

    looking to upgrade to a higher end model but hearing at Yonex wide shoes are not actually that wide?

    EDIT: the victor shoes that don't hurt my feet are the AS-36W
     
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    In my experience when I bought Yonex shoes I've always had to get 1/2 size up with the Aerus 3 and shb65. But took a gamble with the wide cut model of the shb65 and did not have to go half a size up so was happy with that.
     
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    interesting, but you have had foot issues before? specifically, its the side of the foot. someone joke that many of us who have wide feet have a 'sixth' toe. i never thought about it but the bulge does kind of make it look like a 6th toe lol
     
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    Yeah I did, side of the pink toe would have its skinned rubbed constantly before I realized had to order half size up for yonex.
     
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    Hullabaloo Regular Member

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    Victor SH-A830 SP is a good shoe for wide feet.
     
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    Hi,

    I am also looking for new shoes for a wide feet. I still have a pair of Victor V-LSS 9600 which are completely worn out, but I love them because they fit perfectly.

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    I've been searching for a replacement pair for a long time and eventually ended up buing Mizuno Wave Mirage 2.1 because the Victor's I have are by now almost unusable. But the Mizuno's are just too narrow and my feet hurt when I use them, so I am forced to try to find a new pair.

    I also tried Victor SH-A830II but those shoes were so stiff, and felt kind of "bulky". They were nothing like the V-LSS 9600. So I am desperately trying to find a better pair.

    Any recommendations? I don't care whether my new shoes are Victor or not, as long as they fit well. Does e.g. Yonex, Fotrza, Apacs have any good models? They would need to have big enough sizes though, my Victor's are size 45 (290mm) and Mizuno's 295mm.
     
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    In addition of this, you can also check Victor SH-P8510. Good cushioning, ankle support and for wide toe type.
     
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    VICTOR SOAR LS-S
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    I can't seem to find these from anywhere.
     
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    Usually Japanese models are wider. But I know Mizuno has Wide feet model called Wave Fang pro. How is the Wave Mirage? I saw a Denmark National team women's player wearing that model before. I think she plays singles

    I heard the ASICS Gel-blade 7 is good for wide feet and it is a light and comfortable speed shoe. I have pretty wide feet but I am using ASICS Court Control FF, but wearing half a size bigger.
     
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    I have wide flat feet and the Li Ning i tried fit well. Currently using adidas which fit because so much of the top is so soft.

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    Get Lining (not sonic boom cos too much cushion l, might not be sufficiently wide) or you can get yourself yonex wide series.

    Photos credit from my stringer who is selling.

    Only in Singapore, who are interested to get comfort z2 wide can message me. I can pass u my stringer contact. [​IMG]
     

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