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Best shoe brands for guys with wide feet

If you have wide feet, shopping for shoes can be a bit frustrating!

How many times have you found a shoe in “your size”, but it still wasn’t wide enough? If this has happened to you many times, then this list is definitely for you!

Here are our recommended shoe brands that carry wide sizes!

New Balance

New Balance now has an entire selection of styles dedicated to wide feet. Not only that, but nowadays they are known for making some of the coolest, stylish and retro-styled shoes around! Check them out!


Rockport has been around since the 1930s, and they have a reputation for making well-fit, comfortable casual shoes and boots. Also, their sizing system is pretty easy, with sizes including Wide (W), X (Extra) and XW (Extra Wide). Check them out!


Many of us know that Timberland makes some of the most durable and reliable boots on the market. Their classic 6-inch boot already fits pretty wide, so much so that Timberland recommends that you buy them a half size down from your actual size. Check out what else they have to offer!


ASOS has become known over the years as a brand that provides a wide range of Big and Tall clothing options. In the shoe department, ASOS is no different. They carry many different types of shoes, including boots, sneakers, dress shoes and sandals, and they are all made in wide sizes. Check out their large collection of shoes!


Another well-known sports and activewear brand, Adidas has a huge selection of wider fitting shoes. I can personally attest to this, since my last two pairs of wide-fitting sneakers came from Adidas. Not only are they the most comfortable shoes I’ve worn in a while, but they are extremely durable. You can’t go wrong with an Adidas sneaker! Check out what they have to offer!


This British brand has only been around for about 15 years, but they are well known for their selection of stylish Big and Tall clothing options. Most of their Big and Tall and Plus size shoes are wide-fitting and sold in larger sizes. What’s even better is that the prices aren’t bad either! Check them out!


Like Adidas, Nike is an activewear and sports brand well-known for their wide-fitting options. Not only do they have wide-fitting options, but Nike actually appears to now make more large and extra wide-fitting shoes than they do regular sizes. There’s no beating around the bush, either; Nike clearly states if the shoe is wide or extra wide. Check out their selection!


Most shoes from this popular brand are labeled “relaxed fit”, meaning they usually come in wider widths and have slightly larger toe boxes. Because of how they’re made, these shoes are an excellent option for people with wide feet. Check out their selection of wide shoes! 


Clarks is probably the oldest brand on this list — The British shoe retailer has been in the shoe game for about 200 years! So, considering all of their experience,  you should expect nothing but the best. Clarks’ wide-fitting shoe selection is quite large, and just about every type of shoe they make, including sneakers and their iconic desert boot, comes in a wide size. Check them out to see what they have to offer!

Marks & Spencer 

Another British retailer, Marks & Spencer, carries an extensive selection of wide-fitting shoes. Marks & Spencer is known for quality, whether you’re shopping for food or clothing. The best part is that you get exceptional quality without paying a ridiculous amount of money. They know how to give you exactly what you’re looking for without breaking the bank. Check them out!


If you like boat shoes, then Sperry is the place to look! They are the original makers of the boat shoe. While their boat shoes are most popular, they also carry a nice selection of sneakers and winter boots. All their shoes, of course, are available in wide sizes. Check them out!

Kyle Jackson

Kyle Jackson (He/Him) is Senior Staff Writer at Gray Jones Media, and additionally works as a writer, editor and theatre artist/actor. A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, he studied at Dillard University, received a BA in Theatre from Morgan State University, an MS in Arts Administration from Drexel University, and completed the British American Drama Academy’s Midsummer in Oxford Programme in 2017. Having lived in Baltimore, the Washington, DC area, Philadelphia and New York City, he now resides and works in London, United Kingdom.