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Flat and Wide Feet - Any Hope?

zbip

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I read through a few threads where people with wide feet were provided with brands to look at. But, I also have very low arches and pronate - pretty significantly.

Are there any shoe makers that make shoes for flat/wide feet?

Thanks.
 

epa

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I think that I may have a similar problem. My main problem with shoes is that the ones that generally are of my size tend to hurt my wee toes. If I go one size larger, the width is OK but then the shoe fits badly due to "excess space".
I now have an additional problem: I may need orthopedic insoles. However, maybe that problem will also be a solution for my first problem: using such insoles, I may have to step up one size or a half (to provide space for the insoles), and then I may end up with shoes that actually have a width that suits me. I am looking forward to my first shoe purchases with the insoles.
 

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