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let's see what others think, but i would think getting more rigid sole shoes would help more - also you loose a lot of pedalling efficiency with soft-soled shoes b/c you have to bend and unbend the shoe with every stroke.
there are some pretty big and wide platform pedals that definitely would have a bigger surface...
but yeah, if you're not clipping-in then it seems like the clipless pedals are a waste, so why not just get some basic flat pedals?