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Comments: These shoes are not wide at all. They hurt my feet. I don't recommend them if you have wide feet.
From: DeeDee, 2/15
Comments: New Balance generally has really great wide court shoes. This particular style is a bit snugger at the
arch than the other New Balance wide court shoes. The toe box is comfortable and so is the heel cup.
From: Jean, 12/14
Comments: I'm in love! I was skeptical in buying the D width when I always wore the B width, but I think these are
the most cushy, supportive shoes I have ever worn. I feel like a new person. Thanks New Balance! 7-1/2 wide f0its true to size.
From: Nancy, 9/14
Comments: I have been a loyal New Balance customer for many years because they are the only company that
makes good wide width shoes. However, this model is not a wide shoes (unless you are using Nike's definition of wide, which is
not very wide at all). I used to love the 851s, but New Balance decided to discontinue making it. These shoes are light and stylish
-- but not wide at all.
From: Sheila, 8/14
Comments: I bought these shoes because I love my New Balance running shoes. I am an aggressive player and play
5 times a week. These shoes couldn't keep up with me. The toes were completely worn through within a month and I was sliding
over the court. New Balance, you let me down.
From: Amanda, 7/13
Comments: I ordered the D. I have a wider forefoot, but not extremely. These are very narrow D's. The heel ended
being much to large. NB discontinued my shoe 2 years ago. I have tried 4 other kinds, but still no luck.
From: Stella, 1/13