ASK MBA: WHO MAKES FLAT PEDAL SHOES FOR WIDE FEET?
There are a few solid choices out there for those with wide feet.
Q: I need an extra-wide toe box in my flat-pedal shoes. Which shoes would work best for my 9.5 5E, narrow-ankle foot? I think shoe comfort trumps most other requirements.
A: Most of the wrecking crew have average-to-narrow feet, so we reached out to a couple of manufacturers to get their recommendations. Ride Concepts recommends its Powerline flat shoe. This footwear is constructed around a higher-volume last and has an asymmetrical mid collar for ankle support, too. Five Ten Freerider, Freerider Pro and Trailcross are great wide options, but the DH-oriented Sam Hill Impact shoe is the widest in its line. We would go the extra mile to find these shoes at a dealer and try them on if possible.