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post #136 of 182
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most of those are e width stores.

Actually, none of them are E-width stores....
post #137 of 182
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haven't tried any of the 3 but looking to make a purchase very soon. Thinking of going with oak street cause of relatively better pricing and positive reviews of quality. Question: what would you recommend for someone with a wide foot but without a really wide heel. As in i need an E for the middle and balls of my feet but don't want the heel to be too loose.
you should be okay in yuketen e widths in most styles. oak street has a wider width option as well but you might need to confirm that with them. quoddy makes several widths but you will most likely have to order from them and that can take anywhere from 2 - 6 months.
post #138 of 182
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Originally Posted by A.L.Z. View Post
Actually, none of them are E-width stores....
they are some in that list that are clearly marked e.
post #139 of 182
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you should be okay in yuketen e widths in most styles. oak street has a wider heel option as well but you might need to confirm that with them. quoddy makes several widths but you will most likely have to order from them and that can take anywhere from 2 - 6 months.

"a wider heel option"?

not want i'm looking for. i want a wide foot without a particularly wide heel. just wanted to clarify that. how does oak street work for that? thanks
post #140 of 182
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"a wider heel option"? not want i'm looking for. i want a wide foot without a particularly wide heel. just wanted to clarify that. how does oak street work for that? thanks
i meant various width options, not heel. actually, if you need something really customized russell moc might be a good option for you as well. those guys can do anything with sizing. they have some really cool stuff and they do a single, double and triple vamp shoe. they are about 5 or 6 months out as they are extremely popular right now. their website sucks but they will send you a catalog (you have to request it) that has some great pics in it. the judy boot and some of the thula thula stuff are my favorites. http://www.russellmoccasin.com/
post #141 of 182
thanks, just wanted to check. Russel is a good thought. Would like for this summer though, but the thought of something really customized for sizing is great. I sent george a pm about sizing. I'll probably go with oak street if it sounds like it will work.
post #142 of 182
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they are some in that list that are clearly marked e.

can you point them out, please?
post #143 of 182
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Originally Posted by A.L.Z. View Post
can you point them out, please?
sure. tbs - you need to click on the pic of the shoe (there are several) ... you will see the inside of the shoe is marked e along with the corresponding size. revolver ... click on the mg pic (you can see they mark e width) blackbird ... they are marked e width etc ... . most of the retailers that carry d widths specifically say so. let me know if you need anything else.
post #144 of 182
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sure.

tbs - you need to click on the pic of the shoe (there are several) ... you will see the inside of the shoe is marked e along with the corresponding size.
revolver ... click on the mg pic (you can see they mark e width)
blackbird ... they are marked e width
etc ... .

most of the retailers that carry d widths specifically say so.

let me know if you need anything else.


All of Colette's are E width. Oddly OC seems to have taken to D width this season. I'll have to go in store to confirm.
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post #145 of 182
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All of Colette's are E width. Oddly OC seems to have taken to D width this season. I'll have to go in store to confirm.
i thought oc always had d widths. for some reason i thought they pulled a barneys.
post #146 of 182
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sure.

tbs - you need to click on the pic of the shoe (there are several) ... you will see the inside of the shoe is marked e along with the corresponding size.
revolver ... click on the mg pic (you can see they mark e width)
blackbird ... they are marked e width
etc ... .

most of the retailers that carry d widths specifically say so.

let me know if you need anything else.

can you post a link? I can't find this alleged shoe....
post #147 of 182
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i thought oc always had d widths. for some reason i thought they pulled a barneys.

They were all E last season at OC. Don't bother responding to A.L.Z. His trolling is Obvious and annoying at this point.
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post #148 of 182
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Originally Posted by A.L.Z. View Post
can you post a link? I can't find this alleged shoe....

i posted several earlier. just take a look when you get some time.
post #149 of 182
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i posted several earlier. just take a look when you get some time.

i couldn't find any...which makes me doubt if they existed.
post #150 of 182
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i couldn't find any...which makes me doubt if they existed.
you will find them one day.
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