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Well, I know this is kind of off-topic, but do any of my wide-footed brethren here do any running / jogging at all? I finally threw out my 10 year old Saucony Omnis, and I just wanted to see what else folks are using and in what sizing before just buying the same thing again. hopefully something with a little give in the ball to baby my bunions. TIA

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Well, I know this is kind of off-topic, but do any of my wide-footed brethren here do any running / jogging at all? I finally threw out my 10 year old Saucony Omnis, and I just wanted to see what else folks are using and in what sizing before just buying the same thing again. hopefully something with a little give in the ball to baby my bunions. TIA

Having a wide foot and high arch, I recently bought some Nike Air Pegasus and really like them. They give good support and are cushiony. I typically wear a 10.5 EEE I only sized up to 11 4E
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Well, I know this is kind of off-topic, but do any of my wide-footed brethren here do any running / jogging at all? I finally threw out my 10 year old Saucony Omnis, and I just wanted to see what else folks are using and in what sizing before just buying the same thing again. hopefully something with a little give in the ball to baby my bunions. TIA

I'm a 10.5EEE and run 3-4 miles/day (asphalt/small hills) using a size 11 Nike Vomero 8. The upper material stretches to form around the foot. There's only a stock width (D) and the folks at Fleet Feet suggested them and had me try them out. I've been using them for about 2 years and they've worked really well......No issues, very breathable, and fairly comfortable. Of course, I was coming off the NB993 (yeah, I cling to things that work until long after I should upgrade). The Vomero is up to the 10 or 11 now and I can't testify to how the newer ones fit but I can't imagine they'd be all that different. As everyone always says YMMV but they'd be worth trying on at least. The link below is just to show the shoe.....You might find a better price out there & I'd try to put a set on first just to see. Good luck............Ed

https://www.amazon.com/Nike-Vomero-White-Black-Running/dp/B00W4E6SVK/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1473949976&sr=8-5&keywords=nike+vomero+11
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https://www.amazon.com/Nike-Mens-Zoom-Vomero-Running/dp/B01EBAKI24/ref=pd_sim_309_4?ie=UTF8&refRID=QQJVTVRSEJQ3V2C250BJ

I wear either a 10.5 EEE or a 11EEE in most of my dress shoes. I have a high arch and a narrow heel. I went into a local running store and Nike Zoom Vomero's were suggested to me - Amazon doesn't have them stocked, but they come in a 4E (which is what I got). Worn them for about a year and I would definitely buy another pair without complaint. For reference I typically run about 5-6 miles a week, ontop of going to the gym. (These also make decent shoes for the gym)

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Originally Posted by peppercorn78 View Post

Well, I know this is kind of off-topic, but do any of my wide-footed brethren here do any running / jogging at all? I finally threw out my 10 year old Saucony Omnis, and I just wanted to see what else folks are using and in what sizing before just buying the same thing again. hopefully something with a little give in the ball to baby my bunions. TIA

New balance. You can get almost all of their shoes in 2E and EEE.
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Thanks gents. I appreciate the advice.
post #457 of 460

Another runner checking in.

 

I'm a 9 EEE in Alden TruBalance (Indy Boot).  My foot is somewhat short and very flat.

 

I wear 10.5 4E in New Balance SL-1 Last (990 models).  In other New Balance lasts, I usually need 11 4E.

 

I used to wear various ASIC models in 10.5 4E, but they shrank their lasts a half size and narrowed the forefoot back in 2012-2013 or so.  I also wore the Saucony Guide (back when it was the Guide 6 and Guide 7) in 11 4E which worked okay for my feet but I haven't seen a 4E Saucony shoe in a while.

 

Never had any luck with Brooks, Nike, etc., even with Brooks offering 4E.

 

I do most of my miles in whatever previous year 990 models I've picked up at one the various outlet options available, though I usually rotate a different style of new shoe while training to get a feel for what's out there... these are almost exclusively in 11 4E since every running shoe last seems to be getting narrower and shorter....

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Thanks gents. I appreciate the advice.

I don't know crap about running, but I like New Balance because they are affordable, widely available and go to EEEE in width. That, and they are plenty comfortable.

post #459 of 460
Cyclohexane

Try this "www.wideshoes.com".
They have them all in 3es, and 4es, and 5es, and 6es.
thats eeeg, eeeeh, eeeeei, and eeeeeej.
post #460 of 460

Gentlemen,

 

I have an Alden Whiskey Shell Cordovan Long Wing Blucher in size 10E for sale.

 

Let me know if you are interested.

 

Thanks.

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