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Deck Shoes With EEE Widths

Would appreciate information on companies that sell deck shoes that have hank you.
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EEE shoes I don't know..

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Welcome to Sailnet.

Sperry makes a wide width shoe that is supposed to be equal to a EE, which is close.

You might also try looking around Zappos.com

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I've found the wide width Sperry's are not too bad. Neither are some of the sandles, such as Keen for those of use with wide feet either.

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I have Clark's boat shoes and Sperry Gold Cup shoes in the "medium" width and they're very wide. I would imagine that the "wide" width is very roomy. Also, after a couple of dousings, they seem to stretch even more. By the way, both are veeeeeery comfortable.
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Have you looked at New Balance. They do make a lot of extra widths and they do have some boat shoes
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