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Narrow Shoes in Boston

Posted by tangerine_z6 (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 24, 03 at 16:17


I'm from the gardening forum, searching for women's narrow shoes in the greater Boston area. I wear an AA or AAA and have found it harder and harder over the past several years to find shoes. They either cost $200 or are so "sensible" that I hate them! If you know of stores or online sources that sell narrow widths I'd love to hear about it. (With luck, I'd like to find flat/low heel/leather. Don't need super casual or super dress up.) Thanks!

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RE: Narrow Shoes in Boston has lots of great shoes....I wear a 7.5 AA..
I wear their low heeled dress shoes, as well as the "millenium" tie up oxford for walking and shopping, etc..
another favorite brand is Trotters...

Here is a link that might be useful: try this

RE: Narrow Shoes in Boston

Thanks for the tip!

RE: Narrow Shoes in Boston

Double-A here. All the women in the family have narrow feet. We do mail order and online. Almost hate to tell you 'bout my fav site - you might get to the shoe first! We love Masseys catalog is another great source - do a search on Masseys shoes, I think there's a website. Auditions catalog has narrow widths, too.

RE: Narrow Shoes in Boston

Asics makes narrow sized sneakers and running shoes, FYI ;)

RE: Narrow Shoes in Boston

Monroe shoes carry narrow. Dahers in Andover sells them, as do other stores.
New Balance sneaker outlets carry narrow sneakers, and some European shoes.

RE: Narrow Shoes in Boston

I've had good luck here. If they don't fit or you don't like them, the store pays for the return.

Here is a link that might be useful: Zappos

RE: Narrow Shoes in Boston

A good samaritan with narrow feet named Maxine alerted me to a company that carries sandals in narrow and can also custom make them. Very reasonable prices. Sounds good with 18" of snow, must be time to order, lol!

Here is a link that might be useful: Sand Dollar Sandals

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