If you have wide feet, shoes that aren’t wide enough can be uncomfortable and cause pain or blisters. Here are some shoes for wide feet that you may want to avoid if you have wide feet:


Pointed-toe shoes: Shoes with a narrow and pointed toe box can be painful and restrictive for people with wide feet.


High heels: High heels often have a narrow fit and can put pressure on the front of your feet, making them uncomfortable for people with wide feet.


Tight-fitting shoes: Shoes that are too tight or don't have enough room for your feet to move can cause discomfort and rubbing.


Flimsy shoes: Shoes that don't provide enough support can cause pain and instability, especially if you have wide feet.


Dress shoes: Many dress shoes have a narrow fit and can be uncomfortable for people with wide feet. If you need to wear dress shoes, look for those with a wide toe box and a cushioned sole.


By avoiding these types of shoes and choosing shoes that provide enough room for your feet to move comfortably, you can help prevent discomfort and pain. It's important to try on shoes and walk around in them before purchasing to make sure they are a good fit for your wide feet.


FitVille Patented sole Technology dynamically flexes to hug your heels with every step. The shoes have elastic front sole + solid back sole that smooth movement with strong support. The ergonomically designed insole molds to your feet and the solid heel ring to make your steps steady.


We recommend FitVille High/Low top Rebound CoreStride Core and Briskwalk recovery shoes for people with wide feet. All these exciting models come in 2E wide and 4E extra wide  (even 6E for Black Rebound Core) with ample space for toes to spread out. The high instep feature minimizes additional pressure applied on the foot.