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    Posted: 01/12/2021 at 1:27am
I have wide feet and it's almost impossible to find shoes that fit.  They say some brands are a little wider than others.  They were never wide enough for me.  I called raquetworld.com and asked them if they had wide shoes.  The only ones they carry, or know about is the Python Deluxe wide EE.  I got them and they fit and feel great.  No slip at all.  They are high tops which works for me.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ludo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/13/2021 at 1:46am
I think  you meant:  http://racquetworld.com
Also, Yonex makes badminton/squash wide shoes suitable for table tennis.
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https://www.newbalance.com/men/shoes/tennis/ ; I wear the New Balance 1006 Tennis shoes in black and I have the blue pair. Their tennis shoes come in a wide width, and since they are made for tennis and good for lateral movement they perform well for table tennis.  Ludo is correct about the Yonex shoes.  I used to have a pair and they were wider than normal shoes too.  The New Balance shoes have really helped my feet out as they are wider and provide more support than most TT shoes.  I also get the SuperFeet insoles for them.


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NB... Great choice for wide sizes! 
Although tennis shoes are often quite heavy. 
I used for many years the New Balance Men's MX20BS4 Cross Minimus Training Shoe.
They were super lightweight, grippy (non marking sole) with almost any drop. They work great for anyone who doesn't need ankle support but most tt shoes don't anyway.



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That's the same situation I faced, when I want to buy new shoes, because I am tall and my feet is wide, I play tennis just for doing some activity recently I bought my tennis shoes from ReeCoupons, and it's perfect for me, because I always want to wear comfortable shoes.     
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mujhyta Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/15/2021 at 3:47pm
Originally posted by ludo ludo wrote:

NB... Great choice for wide sizes! 
Although tennis shoes are often quite heavy. 
I used for many years the New Balance Men's MX20BS4 Cross Minimus Training Shoe.
They were super lightweight, grippy (non marking sole) with almost any drop. They work great for anyone who doesn't need ankle support but most tennis shoes don't anyway.
Same here.
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I found a online racketball store with 4E shoes and made the order. It was canceled shortly. I currently have some new balance trainer shoes with rubber soles, but I am due for a new pair. I can't believe no one makes 2E and 4E models for table tennis/court shoes. Most 2Es are too tight for my fat forefoot.
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Originally posted by AcudaDave AcudaDave wrote:

 wear the New Balance 1006 the best Tennis shoes in black and I have the blue pair. Their tennis shoes come in a wide width, and since they are made for tennis and good for lateral movement they perform well for table tennis.  Ludo is correct about the Yonex shoes.  I used to have a pair and they were wider than normal shoes too.  The New Balance shoes have really helped my feet out as they are wider and provide more support than most TT shoes.  I also get the SuperFeet insoles for them.


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I see a new 2E version of the popular Wave Medal shoe by Mizuno.  It's available for $95 USD from TT-Japan or is sold from Amazon Japan.  The Wave Medal traditionally is a little wider, and offers more support, than the lighter Wave Drive model.  

The Wave Medal Boa ($116 USD) also appears to be 2E width (my Chinese coach likes this lace-free system)


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Originally posted by mts388 mts388 wrote:

I have wide feet and it's almost impossible to find shoes that fit.  They say some brands are a little wider than others.  They were never wide enough for me.  I called raquetworld.com and asked them if they had wide shoes.  The only ones they carry, or know about is the Python Deluxe wide EE.  I got them and they fit and feel great.  No slip at all.  They are high tops which works for me.


What shoes are good for narrow feet?
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mykonos96  From a guy's perspective: 
As a general rule, women's shoes, and unisex shoes are noticeably narrower than men's shoes.  Joola shoes are narrow, as are most Butterfly and Asics shoes.  European and North American guys typically have D-Width, and women B-Width.  Asian's typically have narrower feet, hence the abundance of narrow table tennis shoes.  


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Originally posted by ludo ludo wrote:

NB... Great choice for wide sizes! 
Although tennis shoes are often quite heavy. 
I used for many years the New Balance Men's MX20BS4 Cross Minimus Training Shoe.
They were super lightweight, grippy (non marking sole) with almost any drop. They work great for anyone who doesn't need ankle support but most tt shoes don't anyway.

  I tried a pair on today.  The regular width is a size D, wider than most TT shoes, and felt like a good, normal TT shoe.  (I personally want a pair with more cushioning)
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Originally posted by ClimbK2 ClimbK2 wrote:

I tried a pair on today.  The regular width is a size D, wider than most TT shoes, and felt like a good, normal TT shoe.  (I personally want a pair with more cushioning)

version 4? Hard to find now.
The new version aren't as wide unfortunately.
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