Originally Posted by MrTRC
Damn, snowmichael! I feel for you. perhaps the answer is MTO/Bespoke - if you want nicer shoes. Not the obvious countries of course which come with a King's ransom but maybe makers in Eastern Europe, Mexico, China etc
I agree in that if you want nicer looking shoes you should consider bespoke or made to measure (MTM). I don't know your price range, but Eastern European countries have some better opportunity for the price. Jan Kielman in Poland, Vass in Hungary, and Maftei in Austria are a few options for the $1000 range. st Crispins can also make modifications to their lasts for you or even make you a custom last. Their shoes are over $1000 but amazing looking shoes and you can get some great service from the store Skoaktiebolaget so they can talk options with you.
You can look at Vogel in New York City for a way to make your size custom for you and it may be cheaper with an easier time to speak with someone about it all.
If MTM if too expensive, you can try made to order (MTO), so you can select a last with a wide width as well as the style.
Allen Edmonds and Alden both can do a huge variety of widths but you would have to speak with them if you want to be properly fitted for shoes. The comfort shoes that are made in those wides usually don't fit the same as a nicer made welted pair of shoes, so you may not actually be the same length and width that you would expect.
There is Tauer and Johnson who make Goodyear welted shoes that are a quality more like Allen Edmonds to maybe Alden in a variety of styles. They aren't sleek but are much more attractive than the options you have shown. They can do some crazy widths and can make even more special combination lasts if your forefoot to heel width difference is not the standard two widths down (I.e. d width shoe but with B width heel). You can ask them about this if you are interested.
Hope this helps as a starting point without knowing your price range some covered from a few hundreds for those MTO brands up to over $1000 in cases of some of those MTM /bespoke brands. If you give a better idea of price range, I may have more to add.