Web feet tennis shoes
New Balance offers the most variety in widths - B, D, EE, and EEEE (4E) in some shoes.
ASICS has a few attractive shoes. They look more flexible in contrast to the stiff-looking shoes of most competitors. But they only offer 'D' size.
To TRY to avoid tight shoes, one would have to order a length about 1/2-size to a full-size larger than one would wear if a wider width were available. This strategy seldom seems to work, for me.
Wilson offers a few '3E' width shoes. But the quality and style are not very impressive.
Prince offers Medium and Wide (M and W) in one or two models. But there is not much choice there. The total number of Prince models is relatively small, compared to Adidas, Nike, and New Balance.
You would think that Adidas and Nike would offer some width variation, since they almost have the professional tennis player market to themselves. You would think that some of those tennis professionals would demand some width options. Do they all have narrow-to-medium width feet?? If I were a top professional, I would probably be wearing New Balance rather than Adidas or Nike - because of the width options.
And there is just not any apparent width-choice available from Fila, Yonex, and Diadora. And not much appealing from K-Swiss. Their shoes look clunky and stiff - and offer only one width.
Come on, Adidas and Nike - and ASICS! Do you really think one-width fits all??! Give us some width choice!
Strangely, there does not seem to be much information on tennis shoes at the vendor sites - at least, Google does not take us to the Adidas/ASICS/Nike/etc. company sites when we search for 'tennis shoes wide widths'.
Perhaps this is because their big sellers are running, soccer, and basketball shoes. Most of their attention and advertising is devoted to those shoes.
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