Wide front cycling shoe

Can anyone help and tell me what is the widest fore foot shoe available please? I have mortons neuroma in both feet so need plenty of toe spread. Thxs

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  • mr.b-campag
    mr.b-campag Posts: 381
    Couldn't say for sure which have the widest, but certainly Lake do some pretty wide fitting shoes and (for some models more than others) they have very wide forefoot sections. I don't know about your condition, but might it not be worth getting something custom made? If that's not an option could knitted shoes help perhaps?
  • daniel_b
    daniel_b Posts: 11,500
    Lake sprang to mind for me as well.
    Felt F70 05 (Turbo)
    Marin Palisades Trail 91 and 06
    Scott CR1 SL 12
    Cannondale Synapse Adventure 15 & 16 Di2
    Scott Foil 18
  • amrushton
    amrushton Posts: 1,247
    edited June 2021
    prob Lake which use a bathtub construction (as do Bont). prob Bikefit james in Richmond is the person to speak to, he seems v.knowlegeable about the subject

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BaRUajjMeg&t=458s
  • emanresu
    emanresu Posts: 320
    I was going to suggest bont, I've got wide feet and find their std size gives me enough space for the fore foot but is tight for my heel. Might be worth a look if you don't have wide feet but want a room for toe spread.
  • MattFalle
    MattFalle Posts: 11,644
    DHB.

    Like wearing canoes.
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    The camera down the willy isn't anything like as bad as it sounds.
  • masjer
    masjer Posts: 2,462
    Shimano do a wide fit option.
  • davep1
    davep1 Posts: 836
    Lake are the ones I went with. One of theirs is 11mm wider than most shoes.
  • ibr17xvii
    ibr17xvii Posts: 1,065
    Bonts & Lakes are both good suggestions.

    My feet seem to be somewhere in the middle so I found both of these had loads of room when I tried them.
  • de_sisti
    de_sisti Posts: 1,283
    Shimano wide-fit aren't very wide. I've tried them and was very disappointed with the fit.
  • MattFalle
    MattFalle Posts: 11,644
    Sidi are like galoshes as well.
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    The camera down the willy isn't anything like as bad as it sounds.
  • acrebo
    acrebo Posts: 16
    amrushton said:

    prob Lake which use a bathtub construction (as do Bont). prob Bikefit james in Richmond is the person to speak to, he seems v.knowlegeable about the subject

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BaRUajjMeg&t=458s

    I’d absolutely suggest speaking to James at Bicycle in Richmond. The guys knows his shoes…
  • MattFalle
    MattFalle Posts: 11,644
    acrebo said:

    amrushton said:

    prob Lake which use a bathtub construction (as do Bont). prob Bikefit james in Richmond is the person to speak to, he seems v.knowlegeable about the subject

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BaRUajjMeg&t=458s

    I’d absolutely suggest speaking to James at Bicycle in Richmond. The guys knows his shoes…
    "This guy knows his shoes."

    theres a recommendation for life........
    .
    The camera down the willy isn't anything like as bad as it sounds.
  • ibr17xvii
    ibr17xvii Posts: 1,065
    acrebo said:

    amrushton said:

    prob Lake which use a bathtub construction (as do Bont). prob Bikefit james in Richmond is the person to speak to, he seems v.knowlegeable about the subject

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BaRUajjMeg&t=458s

    I’d absolutely suggest speaking to James at Bicycle in Richmond. The guys knows his shoes…

    He absolutely does but he will certainly veer you towards certain products as well.

    If you want Lake shoes & G8 insoles he's your man.
  • lochindaal
    lochindaal Posts: 475
    I bought the Giro Empire E70 Knit as I need a wide forefoot. Most comfortable shoe I've owned
  • ddraver
    ddraver Posts: 26,321
    +1 for dhb!
    We're in danger of confusing passion with incompetence
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