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      Wide Women's Tennis Shoes

      Wide Women's Tennis Shoes

      If you have wide feet, it can be challenging to find a solid pair of wide women's tennis shoes. The right fit is critical to ensuring that you're comfortable and supported throughout your entire movement cycle, helping you play efficiently and with proper form.

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      Tennis Shoes: ASICS GEL-Resolution 8 Women's White/Peacoat Tennis Shoes: ASICS GEL-Resolution 8 Women's White/Peacoat
      $140.00 $114.95
      Rated 5.0 out of 5
      4 Reviews
      Tennis Shoes: New Balance 996v3 Women's Black/Bayside Tennis Shoes: New Balance 996v3 Women's Black/Bayside
      $129.99 $69.95
      Rated 1.0 out of 5
      1 Review
      Tennis Shoes: New Balance 896v3 Women's Gray/Champagne/Light Mango Tennis Shoes: New Balance 896v3 Women's Gray/Champagne/Light Mango
      $109.99 $79.95
      Rated 4.0 out of 5
      1 Review
      Tennis Shoes: New Balance 896v3 Women's Peony/Vivid Coral Tennis Shoes: New Balance 896v3 Women's Peony/Vivid Coral
      $109.99 $74.95
      Rated 1.0 out of 5
      1 Review
      Tennis Shoes: New Balance 996v3 Clay Women's Pink/Pigment Tennis Shoes: New Balance 996v3 Clay Women's Pink/Pigment
      $129.95 $69.95
      Rated 5.0 out of 5
      1 Review
      Tennis Shoes: New Balance 996v3 Women's White/Light Reef Tennis Shoes: New Balance 996v3 Women's White/Light Reef
      $129.95 $59.95
      Rated 5.0 out of 5
      1 Review
      Tennis Shoes: New Balance 696v3 Women's White/Light Reef Tennis Shoes: New Balance 696v3 Women's White/Light Reef
      $64.95 $44.95
      Rated 4.0 out of 5
      3 Reviews

      How do you know you’re in the right wide tennis shoes? Try ’em on! Wear the socks you’ll wear on the court and be sure to try on both shoes. Your feet should feel secure in the shoes, but your toes should have plenty of breathing room and your feet shouldn’t look like they’re spilling out over the soles.

      Your feet swell when you play tennis, and neglecting to leave a little extra room can result in painful blisters later on. Don’t be afraid to dart around the store a bit to see if the shoes rub, slide, or generally don’t feel “right” on your feet. Do your heels stay put? Are your arches happy? Do the shoes flex with your foot?

      We have a selection of wide women's tennis shoes to suit your unique needs. Find your perfect pair and play your best match today!

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