At Sole Bliss, we believe that every woman deserves beautiful shoes. That's why we design on-trend, luxuriously comfortable shoes for wide feet, bunions and other foot issues.
Every pair of Sole Bliss shoes is designed for women with bunions. Our Wide Fit Collection is designed specially for women with Wide Feet too.
Our Wide Fit Footwear features a deep and wide toe-box which is ideal for women with wide feet and high insteps. The ingenious design of our wide-fitting footwear provides the equivalent width and volume of up to three sizes larger than your usual size. For example, if you normally take a size 5, our wide fit shoes offer the equivalent space of up to size 8 at the front. This width and depth is disguised to maintain a flattering fit.
In addition to a deep and wide toe-box, our Wide Fit shoes also benefit from all the features of Sole Bliss’ award-winning Comfort Technology:
An ingenious Cushioning Stretch Panel – called the Bunion Bed® - is strategically positioned inside your shoes. This takes the pressure off painful bunions and provides extra width where you need it the most.
Underfoot in every shoe, you will feel the benefit of 3 distinct layers of high quality, anti-bacterial, custom-cushioning memory foam. These are designed to offer the ultimate softness and cushioning, as well as shock absorption and everlasting support for your sensitive feet.
In addition to triple-layer cushioning, Sole Bliss closed-back shoes also contain our superior arch support: a small, memory-foam anti-pronation device to counter the inward rolling of the foot.
All our shoes are wide, but these styles are even more accommodating! The styles you see below are available in a variety of colours. Discover our full collection of wide fitting footwear:
Our Wide Fit styles are: Kitty, Ingrid, Valencia, Imogen, India, Imelda, Kelly, Vienna, Nina, Luna, Lizzie, Florence, Scarlett, Natasha, Sydney, Sabrina, Verity, Hero, Star, Zena, Robyn, Viola, Melody, Mercy, Tilly & Tread.
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