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Wide Training Shoes

Wide Training Shoes

Keep your feet comfortable and safe with the right pair of wide training shoes for your unique needs. Properly fitted training shoes ensure that “no pain, no gain” never applies to your feet in the gym! Read More

    Training Shoes: New Balance 806v1 Women's Gray/Red Training Shoes: New Balance 806v1 Women's Gray/Red
    $89.99 $49.95
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      Training Shoes: New Balance 608v5 Women's Black/Black Training Shoes: New Balance 608v5 Women's Black/Black
      $70.00 $43.95
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      Rated 4.0 out of 5
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        Training Shoes: New Balance 806v1 Women's Black/Black Training Shoes: New Balance 806v1 Women's Black/Black
        $89.99 $49.95
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        Rated 2.5 out of 5
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          Training Shoes: New Balance 857v2 Women's Black/Black Training Shoes: New Balance 857v2 Women's Black/Black
          $124.99 $115.95
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            Training Shoes: New Balance 857v2 Women's White/Light Blue Training Shoes: New Balance 857v2 Women's White/Light Blue
            $124.99 $115.95
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            Rated 5.0 out of 5
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              Training Shoes: New Balance Slip Resistant 626v2 Women's Black/Gray Training Shoes: New Balance Slip Resistant 626v2 Women's Black/Gray
              $84.99 $59.95
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              Rated 3.0 out of 5
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              When it comes to weight training, you’re not the only one doing the heavy lifting: Your shoes have a big load to bear by serving as your foundation throughout your entire movement cycle and helping you work out efficiently and with proper form. If you have wide feet, it’s imperative that your training shoes fit well.

              How do you know if you’ve found the right wide training shoes? Try ’em on! Wear the socks you plan to wear when you work out, and be sure to try on both shoes. Your feet should feel secure in the shoes, but you shouldn’t feel inhibited by them.

              Your feet swell when you exercise, and neglecting to leave adequate room can result in painful blisters later on. Don’t be afraid to walk around the store a bit—or even do a few lunges or squats—to see if the shoes rub, slide, or generally don’t feel “right” on your feet. Do the shoes feel stable and supportive? Are your arches happy? Do the shoes provide good traction?

              We carry wide training shoes in a variety of styles and brands to keep you going strong.

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