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  1. #21
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    Look for Clark's brand shoes. They come in wide sizes.

    Some Ecco shoes also fit wider.

    I have wider feet too and I find mary jane style shoes tend to fit me better.



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    9.5 WW http://www.naturalizer.com/en-US/Pro...her/Maude.aspx
    Not super dressy but attractive. I like this thread OP, I'm going shoe shopping!
    Courageous Weenie Eventer Wannabe
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    I have wide feet and I feel your pain to find wide dress shoes. I have good luck in Marshalls and I look for shoes that have square toes. This works for me!



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    Hi, check Lane Bryant, at least they have trend some what in mind.
    http://www.lanebryant.com/plus-size-...5726/index.cat



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    Anyone know how W and WW correspond to 2E or 4E in
    womens shoes? My past experience is W corresponded to
    C which is nowhere near truly wide. Is there such a width
    as WWW? If so, who offers it?
    Robin from Dancing Horse Hill
    Elmwood, Wisconsin



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    I think (hope!) that the WW corresponds with the men's W, which is a good fit for me and at one time I bought a pair of lace up oxfords - black Granny shoes - in 4E. My feet spread out to 4 and a half inches wide once I put my full weight on them.

    I'm afraid that it's a case of buying what you hope will fit and return, return, return. Once you find a style that fits buy three pair. Anymore if I go into Kohl's and they have the Wide Width sign up I go snatch up a pair of men's running shoes so I won't miss out. For years I wore bunion pads and corn pads and moleskin and wads of TP with first aid tape even with men's shoes.
    Courageous Weenie Eventer Wannabe
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