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Old 08-09-09, 05:15 PM   #1
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MTB shoes - small, wide foot

Does anyone have any suggestions as to where I can find some spd mtn shoes that are euro size 36 wide?? I currently have a pair of specialized tahoes, but they are too narrow... My old pair of northwave were also too narrow.

Is there a brand that is generally wider than another? If all else fail, is there someone that makes custom shoes??

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Old 08-09-09, 06:23 PM   #2
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I have wide feet, my Shimano shoes aren't too bad, but could be a bit wider. I have a pair of Lake road shoes that fit my wide feet well, you may want to check out Lake's line of MTB shoes.
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I'm surprised that Northwave are too narrow? They are the only brand that I can comfortably wear with my wide (EEE) feet. Regards, Mark.
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My shoe size (US) is 7EEE.
I find it difficult to find any shoes, much less bicycle shoes in my size. New Balance comes the closest, but they don't make bicycle shoes.

OTOH, I ride about 150 miles a week with just sneakers and quality platform pedals.
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