TOP 26 Best Men’s & Women’s Running Shoes for Wide Feet Reviewed 2019
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If you have wide feet, I am sure you have heard it all.
What’s worse than being made fun of for having honking boat feet?
Trying to find a good pair of running shoes for your pontoons.
Fear not, I searched far and wide (pun intended) to find 26 of the best running shoes for wide feet 2019 so you don’t have to.
I will briefly cover decoding the confusing way shoe manufacturers denote the width of the shoe, describe the best way to measure the width of your foot and go over the 26 best running shoes for wide feet 2019 including the good along with the bad points of each running shoe.
Review: The Nike Revolution 4 Neutral running shoe designed for underpronators has impact absorbing phylon midsole, combined with a durable rubber outsole, reinforced at the outside edge to help the shoe last longer.
Review: The Brooks Beast 18 are support and stability running shoes designed for low to medium arches and over pronators. They are available in wide and EXTRA wide which is a hard to find width.
The shoe is great for severe overpronators because it is equipped with an extended progressive diagonal roll bar that serves two functions-to support the arch and to guide your stride so your foot follows a natural path.
Review: A very popular trail running shoe, the Salomon Speedcross is well padded and supportive, with a rugged design meant to keep mud and rain out and a sole that prevents slipping and does not hold on to rocks.
Aggressive lugged sole for traction on the most technical trails.
Feather lasting upper grabs the forefoot and holds the shoe to your foot.
Review: The Puma Tazon is a comfortable stable running shoe offered at a reasonable price. The shoe is available in wide and incorporates an EVA heel pod and soft cushioned sock liner to take on shock.
Review: Highly cushioned with several stability features, the Wave inspire line is great for those with flat feet and those who overpronate.
This model is one of the few Mizuno’s available in wide. The shoe has medial support in the midsole, plus U4ic Midsole foam and an additional layer of cushion provided by the cloudwave shock absorbing technology.
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Fanned medial plate built into the midsole for arch support.
U4ic midsole foam adds cushion.
Mizuno Cloudwave midsole for lively spring back and shock reduction.
A bit heavy.
Some of the most comfortable cushioned running shoes for flat wide feet.
Best for Underpronating Trail runners - Asics Men's Gel Sonoma 3
Review: This trail runner by Asics is designed for neutral to underpronators who like a little cushion in their ride.
Read more underpronation shoe reviews here. The novel SpEVA Foam midsole give you a spritely stride on the trail, plus it is tough wearing and won’t easily lose its spring even if you run on demanding rocky trails.
The sole is made from high abrasion rubber and uses reversed lugs that give you traction both uphill and downhill.
How innovative, right?
Reversed lugs for traction going up or coming down the mountain.
Available in EXTRA wide and EEEE width.
Rear foot gel captures shock so your knees don’t have to.
Few colors available for wider sizes.
My favorite trail running shoe for underpronators with extra wide feet.
TOP 11 Best Women’s Running Shoes for Wide Feet 2019
Best for Marathons - Nike Women's Air Zoom Pegasus 35
Review: The Nike Pegasus line is one of my absolute favorite line of running shoes and I was thrilled to discover that the Air Zoom Pegasus 35 is available in wide.
The proprietary Air Zoom foam spans the entire midsole and has been fine-tuned for women’s feet. The air zoom is super responsive and does not add bulky weight.
Personally, I like the Pegasus 35 for long distance and marathon running because it is so light, the air zoom is so lively returning your energy and keeps you moving mile after mile, and the turned out collar means you will not chafe your Achilles tendon, even after 26.2 miles.
Pegasus running shoes will give you wings.
Flywire cables lock your foot in.
Air Zoom foam is bouncy and light.
Great for long distances.
Turned out collar does not chafe Achilles tendon.
A little pricy.
Light, lively and comfortable running shoes that will go the distance with you.
Best for Normal, Neutral Runners - Saucony Women's Ride ISO
Review: I chose the New Balance Fresh Foam 1080v8 shoes for runners who have bunions because the shoe is available in wide and extra wide widths and the toe box is roomy enough to make space for bunions without causing painful rubbing.
The 1080v8 is a neutral cushioned running shoe that is deep enough to contain an orthotic and has an Ortholite sock liner that adds arch support and an additional layer of plushness.
Available in wide and EXTRA wide.
A wide toe box, room for bunions.
Fresh foam midsole captures and disperses shock created by your foot strike.
A bit heavy.
A truly wide running shoe with enough room for bunions and abundant cushion for flat feet.
Best for Support and Stability - Asics Women's GT-2000 6
Review: The Asics GT-2000 6 is a stable support shoe with some serious structural features that keep your foot from rolling too far inward as your foot hits the pavement.
The trusstic guidance system in the sole and midsole of the shoe prevent overpronation and the guidance line midsole coupled with the heel clutching system encourage a natural stride and normal pronation.
Review: Switch things up! This minimalist style shoe from Inov-8 goes from road to trail with ease. The rugged outsole features smaller lugs that are appropriate for trail running, without being too large and clunky when you have smoother urban surfaces beneath your feet.
The shoe has a minimalist feel with just a little cushion provided by Inov-8s powerflow midsole technology that claims to be 10 percent better at dispersing shock, and 25 percent better at returning your energy back to your stride.
Review: The Bondi line from Hoka One One is the most padded shoe Hoka makes. It is great for runners suffering from plantars fasciitis because of the copious arch supporting cushion.
The shoe has a thick sole that is slightly beveled, allowing for a smooth heel transition. Hoka manages to keep the shoe lightweight by using a breathable mesh upper with a lightweight printed overlay.