I have feet that are EE in the front, D/E in the heel, size 12.5. Finding nice shoes that fit is basically the search for the holy grail for me. Obviously, if you go bespoke the issue is moot, but otherwise here are some RTW options: Alden: An incredibly wide range of widths, though the "finish details" are usually dodgy. You can get around this by pre-ordering from one of the stores that make special orders: these seem to have more precisely-finished detail than the regular line. Google "Alden Fan" and "Leather Soul Hawaii". Crockett&Jones: The much-loved 337 last (on which many if not all of the handgrade line is based) is pretty wide (maybe an actual USA E). I can get a good fit, but had to go to their NYC store to try on a few first: the conversion between USA and UK sizes/widths means trial-by-mail is tough. Well worth the effort. Santoni: A few of their shoes from each of their lines comes in a EE width. Even some of their hand-mades are EE, though these are usually quite expensive ($1000+). See Sherman Brothers website, where you can search by size and brand, for some of the mid-ranged line. R.M.Williams: Their very-nice and versatile boots come in a variety of widths, including extra-wide. Search in the forum and you'll come across the definitive post on this subject. Edward Green: If you go to a trunk shoe, you can get them to fit you and make a pair in your size. This is more "MTM" than bespoke, though there is some discussion about the exact meaning of these terms on this forum. Ferragamo: Some of the excellent "Tramezza" line are available in widths. If you go to their NYC store, they can also special-order wide widths for you in this line. Church's: Yes, their quality has been hit-or-miss, or so say the shoe afficianados. I find some of their shoes attractive, and they come in all widths. Again, store in NYC and possibly London. Basically, every time you go into a men's clothing store you have to be alert for shoes that fit, and go through a lot of trial and error. Good luck! And post any great finds... p.s. I got a pair of G-width (EEE usa) shoes from one of the Charles Tyrwhitt sales; in the end I don't think it was worth it, even with the substantial discount.