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I find the ProSL's to be quite wide but they also have a 4E option on their site for a lot of shoes. New Balance has 4E width on a few shoes as well. 

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True Links wear.  Don't think they offer wide. It their shoes are pretty wide on their own.  Especially the footbed.  

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7 hours ago, bobmcbobson said:

Ecco or Truelinkswear 

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Really like Ecco biom H4’s. It’s an even wider last than their other models. Ive had two pair of True’s that I mostly like, but they have a pretty uncomfortable toe pitch up front for me. Feels like a bump up at the toe-end of the shoe. I might like them better in knit where I’m not pushing against firm leather. Ecco leather is also just so dang soft. Doesn’t clean as well as others though. 

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I need wides too…the FJ SL in x-wide are good but the New Balance in 4E are wider but they don’t have enough lateral support for me.

Quality wide/x-wide golf shoes are had to find and usually more expensive.

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On a similar note:  Any suggestions for really grippy spikeless shoes?

I bought my first pair of spikeless this season (Puma Fusion Sport) and I hate them for grip.  They're comfortable enough and breathable which is nice, but I can't get grip.  I swing pretty aggressively, and find myself constantly slipping, sometimes when dry, but when wet?  Zero chance of any stability.

 

I have somewhat medium-width shoes.  Wide enough that some feel uncomfortable to me, but nothing wild.

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5 hours ago, orr444 said:

Does ecco have a wide?

You pull one of two insoles out to get the wide fit.

 

I too am an old guy with beat up feet (12E).  I only wear Ecco's (with the exception of 1 pair of spiked New Balance).  Ecco's fit well out of the box and only get better from there.  Plus they are waterproof which is a big deal in Alabama when playing mostly early morning rounds in heavy dew and pop up showers.

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On 11/4/2021 at 6:26 AM, amace04 said:

On a similar note:  Any suggestions for really grippy spikeless shoes?

I bought my first pair of spikeless this season (Puma Fusion Sport) and I hate them for grip.  They're comfortable enough and breathable which is nice, but I can't get grip.  I swing pretty aggressively, and find myself constantly slipping, sometimes when dry, but when wet?  Zero chance of any stability.

 

I have somewhat medium-width shoes.  Wide enough that some feel uncomfortable to me, but nothing wild.

Do not go with ecco if you are looking for wide and grip... I slip and slide all over in my ecco once the ground is dam... I have been on the hunt for the last few years for a extra wide spiked shoe... I cant find anything that fits me... The ew all seem to be wide enough in the toe box... The heel is to wide and my foot comes up when I walk...

For now I keep wearing these ecco that I hate !!!!!!!!

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On 11/4/2021 at 9:26 AM, amace04 said:

On a similar note:  Any suggestions for really grippy spikeless shoes?

I bought my first pair of spikeless this season (Puma Fusion Sport) and I hate them for grip.  They're comfortable enough and breathable which is nice, but I can't get grip.  I swing pretty aggressively, and find myself constantly slipping, sometimes when dry, but when wet?  Zero chance of any stability.

 

I have somewhat medium-width shoes.  Wide enough that some feel uncomfortable to me, but nothing wild.

 

I'd be interested to see what people say about this

I have yet to find a grippy spikeless shoe

In Adidas tour 360s right now (wide), which are surprisingly plenty wide for me

Grip is OK, but not great

 

And I agree with the above.  If you want wide, the skechers in wide and XW are boats.  Not a fan of their looks, but they are wide.  

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