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Guys,  Got a guy in our local high school with extremely wide feet.  Wears a size 11 or 11.5   6E.  HELP.

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Whose feet?  Fred Gwynne or Herman Munster?  

I would check an industrial safety shoe company for something that size. 

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On January 12, 2018 at 5:17 AM, Aging_Arbiter said:

I would suggest getting the duty expert's opinion .................. @JimKirk

I would just Google "6e safety shoe" or "6e steel toe" and there will be options. My search found some NB, Skechers and other options including a Dunham's "Lexington" oxford style that looked somewhat close to an umpire plate shoe.

http://www.wideshoes.com/mobile/Black-Steel-toe-Work-Oxford-P458.aspx

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16 hours ago, JimKirk said:

I would just Google "6e safety shoe" or "6e steel toe" and there will be options. My search found some NB, Skechers and other options including a Dunham's "Lexington" oxford style that looked somewhat close to an umpire plate shoe.

http://www.wideshoes.com/mobile/Black-Steel-toe-Work-Oxford-P458.aspx

I have Jim.  The link you sent goes to 4E.  He's almost as tall as his feet are wide.

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12 hours ago, umpstu said:

I have Jim.  The link you sent goes to 4E.  He's almost as tall as his feet are wide.

Hmm. Thought I saw 6E on those. You are correct. Call overturned! 

Here is another I found that might work:

https://m.shoes.com/mt-emey-9713-walking-boot/829941/1816725

Either way, there are some close enoughs out there. Might just take some trial and errror (if a site is offering free returns then that will help as well).

Necessary goal in this case is protection and comfort (I do worry the safety toe on some of these shoes may not go high enough...do check.)

Secondary: functionality (can move in them / have at least some traction).

Least important: look.

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8 hours ago, JimKirk said:

Hmm. Thought I saw 6E on those. You are correct. Call overturned! 

Here is another I found that might work:

https://m.shoes.com/mt-emey-9713-walking-boot/829941/1816725

Either way, there are some close enoughs out there. Might just take some trial and errror (if a site is offering free returns then that will help as well).

Necessary goal in this case is protection and comfort (I do worry the safety toe on some of these shoes may not go high enough...do check.)

Secondary: functionality (can move in them / have at least some traction).

Least important: look.

Wow. Just saw the ending of the game today.  Anyway, I think we found a pair of work boots that might work. I'll keep all posted.

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