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fishingfool
Ben's cred: 17
Posted 8:11am PDT 09/25/2019
Posted 8:11am PDT 09/25/2019

Got my daughter a nice pair of Shox TL for 115 shipped. I am not a huge Nike fan for two reasons. I take an 11-11.5 2-3E depending on the shoe. Nike makes very few shoes in the wide size. And none very stylish. The last pair of Shox I bought, about 15 years ago, had to be 1.5 sizes larger so they would fit. Secondly, I prefer "Made In The USA" shoes. Allen Edmunds, SAS, Red Wing, New Balance USA models. I cheat, on occasion, due to pricing. But the majority of my shoes are USA produced. I do own a pair or two of Nikes, Columbia hiking, whatever. Like I said...….a pair of solid black Shox TL for 115......makes a nice X-Mas gift! One other thing......this is the second time in the past 10 months I had a problem ordering online at Nike.com and trying to use Paypal. According to Nike if I used the Google browser I would be OK. Except I could not remember my Paypal sign-in on Google which is saved on Edge. So I called back and made the purchase by phone.....using a CC because they will not process Paypal by phone.
angrymutt88
Ben's cred: 330
Posted 11:23am PDT 09/25/2019
Posted 11:23am PDT 09/25/2019
Got my daughter a nice pair of Shox TL for 115 shipped. I am not a huge Nike fan for two reasons. I take an 11-11.5 2-3E depending on the shoe. Nike makes very few shoes in the wide size. And none very stylish. The last pair of Shox I bought, about 15 years ago, had to be 1.5 sizes larger so they would fit. Secondly, I prefer "Made In The USA" shoes. Allen Edmunds, SAS, Red Wing, New Balance USA models. I cheat, on occasion, due to pricing. But the majority of my shoes are USA produced. I do own a pair or two of Nikes, Columbia hiking, whatever. Like I said...….a pair of solid black Shox TL for 115......makes a nice X-Mas gift! One other thing......this is the second time in the past 10 months I had a problem ordering online at Nike.com and trying to use Paypal. According to Nike if I used the Google browser I would be OK. Except I could not remember my Paypal sign-in on Google which is saved on Edge. So I called back and made the purchase by phone.....using a CC because they will not process Paypal by phone.

Nike do make a lot of shoes in widths (both narrow and wide). It is just not widely published or known. I would recommend calling Nike (800) 806-6453. They might have a list of stores that cater those that need shoe widths. There is a store that my brother goes to that can order Nikes in widths. You are correct that not every single Nike comes in widths, but they are not all "dad shoes". I only know of New Balance that have almost their whole catalog in widths. But the same is true for New Balance. You will need to find a dealer that can order the shoe in your width.

If you want a good deal, look for their respective outlets. I was at a few New Balance and Asics store and they actually have a large selection of shoes in widths.
fishingfool
Ben's cred: 17
Posted 2:18pm PDT 09/25/2019
Posted 2:18pm PDT 09/25/2019
Nike do make a lot of shoes in widths (both narrow and wide). It is just not widely published or known. I would recommend calling Nike (800) 806-6453. They might have a list of stores that cater those that need shoe widths. There is a store that my brother goes to that can order Nikes in widths. You are correct that not every single Nike comes in widths, but they are not all "dad shoes". I only know of New Balance that have almost their whole catalog in widths. But the same is true for New Balance. You will need to find a dealer that can order the shoe in your width.

If you want a good deal, look for their respective outlets. I was at a few New Balance and Asics store and they actually have a large selection of shoes in widths.

Well, I appreciate the info. But I just looked again at the NIKE.com site. They have a couple of hundred + different models for men. And only 17 models total in wide and extra wide. 2 of those are golf, 1 football, 0 would be considered cool. I guess if you are willing to pay custom prices...…..maybe. I just do not see why NB can offer such a nice selection of wider shoes, and Nike refuses to do so.