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English tassel loafers in wider widths

john dozier

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Anyone know of an English firm offering tassel loafers in the equivalent of E or EE widths?
 

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Thanks for the tip. Their shoes appear to be excellent value, but they only offer one size which I assume is our D or medium wide width. That will not fit my high arch wide foot. Thanks for the help though. Kindest regards Dr. John Dozier
 

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These are F's (American E's): 1, 2, 3, 4.

These are E's (American D's): 1, 2, 3, 4...

Actually, just poke around the Pediwear site.
 

The Mitchelli

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Originally Posted by john dozier
Thanks for the tip. Their shoes appear to be excellent value, but they only offer one size which I assume is our D or medium wide width. That will not fit my high arch wide foot. Thanks for the help though. Kindest regards Dr. John Dozier

These people make bespoke shoes, you should be able to get exactly your requirements from them. http://www.taylormadeshoes.co.uk/index.htm
 

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