What is my fitting?
Why wide fit shoes are the perfect fit for wider feet
Guide to our different width fittings
At Wider Fit Shoe Store at Bournemouth Footwear we know that everyone's feet are different in size, shape and width. That is why we are dedicated to designing and creating shoes in the widest range of width fittings, so that whatever the shape and size of your feet there is a stylish, colourful shoe that fits you perfectly.
The 'easy b' range of shoes are perfect for those who have particularly wide feet, but have also been designed to aid those who suffer from swollen feet or extra wide feet.
So no matter what the occasion, The Wider Fit Shoe Store have a huge range of styles in a variety of colours to ensure you can find the perfect fitting footwear.
The Perfect Fit for Wider Feet.
Here at The Wider Fit Shoe Store at Bournemouth Footwear, we do try to make our footwear as adjustable as we can. Foot conditions, a varied climate and our changing levels of activity can all affect the size and shape of our feet. We aim, therefore, to make our variable fittings as accommodating as possible.
Variable Extra Wide Fitting Shoes
Our V (Variable) fitting can be adjusted in depth, to fit an E to an EEE foot. So, if you normally buy a regular sized shoe, but need more depth in the shoe box, the V fitting will accommodate this.
The shoe will be similar to a wide fitting shoe that you would find at a High Street retailer, but with more depth.
EE Extra Wide Fitting Shoes
Our EE fit shoes are wider in the tread area than most other shoes which give the space for your feet to spread naturally, providing total comfort.
The rounded shape of the shoe provides plenty of room for the toes, whilst the removable sock inserts allow for orthotics if you use them.
The use of Poron™ and lightweight flexible soles ensures total underfoot comfort.
2V Variable Extra Wide Fitting Shoes
Our 2V fitting is for a slightly wider foot, and can be varied in depth from an EE fitting to a 4E fitting, to suit the needs of someone who normally buys either an EE or a 4E fitting at High Street retailers, but it has more depth in the toe box.
4EExtra Wide Fitting Shoes
An increase in tread width, our 4E fit shoes also have a deeper toe box which allows the foot more room.
For those who may suffer from mild swelling of the feet or have misshaped toes, then our 4E footwear has that extra depth to make things that little bit more comfortable.
The rounded shape of the extra wide shoe provides plenty of room for the toes, whilst benefit from removable sock inserts to allow for orthotics if necessary and again our use of Poron™ and lightweight flexible soles ensures total underfoot comfort.
6E Extra Wide Fitting Shoes
Looks can be deceiving. Though our 6E fitting shoes look like standard shoes they are so wide and deep that they are suitable for people with extremely wide or swollen feet who cannot easily find shoes on the high street.
Our 6E fitting shoes feature two removable socks for extra depth and orthotic insertion if required. The full Poron™ sock supplied ensures total underfoot comfort.
6V Variable Extra Wide Fitting Shoes
Our 6V adjustable fitting is for the much wider foot and can be varied in depth from 6E to 8E.
This fitting features an extremely deep toe box and is not currently available at any High Street retailer.
8E Extra Wide Fitting Shoes
Our 8E fitting shoes not only have an extremely wide tread but also have an extremely deep toe box allowing the foot more room.
These are the widest fitting shoes available on the UK market and we are sure will help many of you in finding the perfect fit, no matter if you suffer from swollen feet or any other foot problems.
Of course our 8E fitting shoes feature the removable socks for extra depth and orthotic insertion if required and benefit from the Poron™ sock ensuring total underfoot comfort.
"It is essential that a shoe allows a foot to function properly. In trying to achieve this, simply considering the stated width of a shoe is not enough as the footwear must also feature a toe box deep enough to allow ample room for the toes." Professor Wesley Vernon OBE, Head of Podiatry Services and Research Lead, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals