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I recently measured my feet and discovered that I have wide feet. My feet are 10" long and 3.9" to 4" wide. I know some shoes like Ace Marks and AE have wider options for widths, however their shipping to my country is too expensive and it becomes worse if I need to return them for a replacement in case they don't fit well.

I instead found ShoePassion which also seem to have wide options, as well as Undandy which are custom made and have a wider model. Thomas Bird have also told me that their shoes are slightly wider than normal. I have also considered Meermin but since most of their shoes (the ones I'm interested in anyway) don't have wider fittings I'm guessing they won't be my best option. Any opinions about those brands, especially Undandy? Any other suggestions for shoes for men with wider feet that are based in Europe (or with cheap shipping) and won't break the bank with shipping costs in case I need to send them back for replacement?
 

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I am partial to English shoes, though there are also many other good makers. But among English shoes some makers make some shoes in a wider width, often designated as a G width, and they might suit you. There are 3 UK retailers that have an extensive selection from various makers, and I will furnish the link for each. Among the makers they sell, Loake offers in their 1880 line decently made shoes that are a good value. Other makers do as well, but Loake seems to have a broader selection of styles available in a G fitting than many others.

https://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-list.php?brandid=7&catid=20

https://www.pediwear.co.uk/loake/1880/

 

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Their standard F is too wide for me, and sizing down doesn't help.
Is there anywhere that explains the fittings for Crockett & Jones? I find if I get a 13D in AE they start to split on the side of my left foot, but the C&J made for Brooks are fine in a US 13D. Which I assume is a 12 1/2 E in British sizing.

Considering a Highbury, but it sounds like they're a bit pointy and elongated for someone who wears as large as a shoe as I do.
 

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I am partial to English shoes, though there are also many other good makers. But among English shoes some makers make some shoes in a wider width, often designated as a G width, and they might suit you. There are 3 UK retailers that have an extensive selection from various makers, and I will furnish the link for each. Among the makers they sell, Loake offers in their 1880 line decently made shoes that are a good value. Other makers do as well, but Loake seems to have a broader selection of styles available in a G fitting than many others.

https://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-list.php?brandid=7&catid=20

https://www.pediwear.co.uk/loake/1880/

I also have wide feet and find a G width more comfortable for English shoes than an F. Thanks Flanderian for the Bradshaw and Lloyd link, I didn't know about them.

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The boots are great and work prodigies for my wide feet, especially when I am working hard. I like how they added new features like the little pad on the inside of the heel of the thrills to keep my socks from tearing and a durable insole that's veritably comfortable. I am glad I bought these thrills.
 
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