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    Mens shoes that come in narrow sizes besides AE

    I have relatively narrow feet and I wear a B size in dress shoes. What companies make dress shoes in narrow sizes for me besides Allen Edmonds?

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    I’m in the same boat. I believe there are a couple Florsheim models that come in a B, but if memory serves they are ugly with poor leather.

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    This is a big issue for me as well since I have a high instep and shoes can fit in the vamp and nowhere else. For my non AE shoes, I've had to insert sneaker insoles, heel pads and/or double up on the socks. A good moisture wicking no show over the regular sock makes sure your feet don't sweat like crazy.

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    you might find some womens dress shoes in a B width.


    cole haan theoretically makes some narrow shoes, but they're bad.

    j+M, and floorshiem also do, but i've never seen any stocked in a store, and they're also bad.

    stick with AE! they are great. worth every penny. I am a wierd size, 10.5EEE, and i can't even dream of finding other brands that fit as well and correctly as Allen Edmonds.


    With AE you can at least go to a store somewhere and find a few sizes at the store to try on.

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    Womens dress shoes would not work. I dont plan on switching off AE shoes, just wish there were nore options. I like cole haan's new flex shoes that feel like sneakers. Those fit my feet well but you never know bc they arent listed as a narrow width.

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