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Wandalina

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Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
 
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Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
I'm male and use meindl but have always used Green superfeet instead of the makers insoles. Don't know if this helps but maybe worth a try instead of expensive replacements. Hope this helps. Buen camino.

Samarkand.
 

roving_rufus

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Ireland has so many small outdoors shops with each tending to carry two or three brands but plenty of variation between the shops. I have narrow ankles and worked out Salomon trail runners work for me but my local outdoor shop in Sligo mainly stock Columbia, Keen and Hoka, none of which worked, so i ended up in Cotswolds in Belfast which stocked Salomon (but I did buy lovely pair Keen boots from the Sligo shop). Its been awhile since I did Dublin outdoors shops (precovid) but 53North tended to Merell and North face from memories.
Keen tended to have reputation for wider fittings. Hoka is cushioning. Trailruners tend to be lighter and a bit more flexible.
Are there any recommendations you have seen on the forum already?

But I do agree with Malingerer that changing out the insole can also make a difference
 

Wandalina

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Primitivo in September '19
Thank you
Ireland has so many small outdoors shops with each tending to carry two or three brands but plenty of variation between the shops. I have narrow ankles and worked out Salomon trail runners work for me but my local outdoor shop in Sligo mainly stock Columbia, Keen and Hoka, none of which worked, so i ended up in Cotswolds in Belfast which stocked Salomon (but I did buy lovely pair Keen boots from the Sligo shop). Its been awhile since I did Dublin outdoors shops (precovid) but 53North tended to Merell and North face from memories.
Keen tended to have reputation for wider fittings. Hoka is cushioning. Trailruners tend to be lighter and a bit more flexible.
Are there any recommendations you have seen on the forum already?

But I do agree with Malingerer that changing out the insole can also make a difference
Thanks a million for all the tips will look into those. Would consider wearing the meindls but the heel of one of them has worn through a bit and im worried that might cause me problems ideally would be great to get another 300 km out of them
 

Kanga

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@Wandalina I don't know if Hoka One One's are available for you, but I have an exceedingly wide forefoot and was very surprised to find that the wide fitting in a Bondi fit me beautifully. I was specifically looking for a soft springy shoe to wear on hard stone sets and roads, as my go-to sandals are not the best on those surfaces. The Hokas are perfect.
 
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I don't know if New Balance shoes are available to you, but I wear a NB Fresh Foam More in a Wide fitting, and I'm very happy with the excellent cushioning for my fussy feet.
 

Tom Hagger

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Wandalina, you could try the Merril Moab range. Generously wide, including the toe box, quite expensive but reasonably long-lasting and, as far as my experience of the men's shoes and boots are concerned, very comfortable. You will find that several walking shops, such as Millets and Blacks (if they are still going in Ireland), will keep them in stock. Tom
 

Sue127

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Portuguese Coastal May 23
I use Merrill, which are less expensive than some other makes but I agree that changing the innersole can make all the difference. This year I set off with new innersoles from the podiatrist. When I got to Estella I bought more cushioned inner soles and it made a huge difference to my comfort and blisters
 

biloute

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Chemin du Puy & Camino Francés (summer 2014), Chemin du Puy & Camino Francés (possible summer 2019)
Look to see if you can find some Altra trail runners. The Olympus has the most cushion, I think. Be aware that they are zero drop, though. Some people love them but some people can’t deal with the zero drop. I go barefoot at home so it’s not a problem for me and I love my Altras. I always have plenty of space and I have wide feet.
 
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Sue127

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Look to see if you can find some Altra trail runners. The Olympus has the most cushion, I think. Be aware that they are zero drop, though. Some people love them but some people can’t deal with the zero drop. I go barefoot at home so it’s not a problem for me and I love my Altras. I always have plenty of space and I have wide feet.
I have Altras too, super comfortable, but ended up having achilles problems and podiatrist said it was due to zero drop. Will use them on short hikes
 

BKK

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Via de la Plata
Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
Hoka one one speedgoat.
Barbara
 

FLEUR

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Camino Frances 2012 - 2016
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Camino del Baztan 2018
I swear by Meindl shoes now having walked various Caminos and suffered using other well known makes.

I sent one pair of Meindl walking shoes back to their factory in Germany. The stitching was coming adrift. It took about 2 months to get that done but there was no charge I sent them via their agent in the Lake District. Meindl re-sole shoes and boots as well.

Fortunately I had a second pair I could use during this time.

New insoles sound like an excellent idea
 

Dalieb

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Spring 2019
Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
Order some Ultra Lone Peak 6 online, the BEST!
 

Tom Hagger

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Wandalina, further to my post above, my wife tells me that Peter Storm do wide-fitting walking shoes for women. They should also be easily available in Ireland. Tom
 
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Wandalina

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Primitivo in September '19
Thanks a million to you all for taking the time to respond. What an amazing community ❤️
 

darealdeal77

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2014 Camino Frances
Hi, personally I love KEEN in boots and ALTRA as trail runners, which are wide and super light. Hopefully you can get these brands. I do not know of any European brands, sorry! Buen Camino
 

Gringazolana

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Francés
Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
I too have wide feet and ended up getting fit into men’s Topos. Also, I bought a separate insole to put in them. I think that Topos might be an Italian brand? Men’s shoes fit me better than women’s shoes. (Unless, of course if you want something pink and sparkly!)
 

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I hear your pain @Wandalina, I am in Canada and I tried a couple of the great American brands but shipping costs and timelines are super inconvenient. What worked best for me is to go to local shoes and actually try the shoes they have; they may not have the latest versions or the coolest colours for wide feet but trying them tops ordering anything online that you may have to return specially with September right around the corner! I am also walking in September and I just found out my Altras won't do because just like @Sue127 the zero drop gives me sore calves so I will be trying some Topos this weekend I was lucky to find at a local shop 🤓
 
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mgnswaus

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Whilst I always walk in Teva sandals, perfect for wide feet, my back up is either Topos or Altra. Both are sooo comfortable with amazing grip.
I walked Le Puy to Muxia in New Balance. Very comfortable but dangerous as had no grip whatsoever. IMO good grip should be added as an essential element when choosing.
 

Introibo

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Camino Frances ( March 2015 )
Camino Portugues ( September 2015 )
I've just switched from Salomon Speedcross to Altra Lone Peak 6. The extra room in the
toe box is so comfortable. The zero drop took a couple of days to get used to.
Surprisingly I found the sizing the same. Surprised, as I'd always thought the Speedcross
were a small fit. Years ago I used to walk in Meindl and I found i had to go up half a size for
the Speedcross and Altra.
 
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Portuguez Coastal Litoral 5/22, Ingles 8/22
Saucony Peregrine 11 (last year's model) comes in a wide, I took a 9.5 wide in that shoe and have never been happier. What a great shoe, breathes well and has a rock plate in the sole to protect the balls of your feet. You might be able to find them on sale too!
 

Helen Avoca

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Planning to finish to Chemin Le Puy in April 2022.
I too have wide feet and they seem to become wider each year. I had to chuck my Solomons mid Camino this year as my heels had spread and I developed a small blister on each foot. I bought a pair of Keens in Cahors and virtually skipped the rest of the way. It’s amazing what a good pair of shoes can do.
 
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Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
Hoka provide a lot of cushion, some have vibram soles and come in wide widths. I will be hiking in the hoka kana boot. Very light weight.
 
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Hi Wandalina -
Perhaps consider the range of mens’ trail runners in the outdoors stores as part of your research. I understand that mens’ shoes can often be manufactured in wider fittings than the same model in womens’ fittings. Forum members who have knowledge here may be able to help.
Good luck with finding a shoe that’s a perfect fit and which will take you happily and comfortably on the Norte.
Buen Camino and cheers from Oz -
Jenny
 
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I have a similar problem. My dainty lady feet are big and wide.
I found two solutions.
First, men’s Merrill Moabs fit me the best. Very comfortable, wide, I got mid-highs and they were very comfortable for two Caminos for a total of 2500 Kms.
My second, best kept secret, was something I learned on this forum years ago. Stick a sanitary pad on the insole of your boot. Yep, a sanitary pad - not the thin, unobtrusive kind, but the big, puffy, cheap kind. They provide cushioning (you said the soles seemed hard and uncomfortable) and also help absorb sweat, keeping your feet dry. You can easily replace them as needed.
I follow these two tips every time I plan a significant hike and always when I do a Camino.
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Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
Hi Wandalina. I buy Meindl in the Great Outdoors. I take them with me, or wear them, when I want to check with them about the estimate their expert fitters might say remains in the soles. If the staff person is new, I ask for an experienced person for the footwear section...
Like Malingerer, I buy insoles that they stock and fit, as they do not recommend the ones that are in the boots/shoes. When I asked the first time, in 2006, why the insoIes are not recommended, I was told the makers realise that those who buy them will likely change the insoles anyway, so they don't spend too much effort in making them good enough...
I take a smaller size than you, but my foot is very wide. The fit of the boots suits me better than the shoe. Trust me, they are about double the cost - but they last a long time.
Buen camino!
 

timr

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@Wandalina
I bought shoes once from Basecamp in Dublin. https://basecamp.ie/ They used to be in Middle Abbey Street but they have moved around the corner since.

They were the best shoes I ever bought and I think it was not because of the brand but for two other reasons:

1 The staff were amazingly helpful. I was not living in Dublin at the time but they were very responsive to email enquiries before I came up to the shop and very knowledgeable. It is an independent shop.

2. When I went, on a Saturday morning, I was able to spend well over an hour and a half trying on different shoes. They were wonderfully patient. And there was no pressure and if I had said I was not going to buy I don't think they would have been put out.

I am looking to buy shoes again right now, but sadly I am not staying in Ireland at the moment or I would go straight back there.

They are very 'Camino-aware' and used to do Camino advice sessions. I never went because I was not living near Dublin.

[Obviously I have no connection with the store.]

Buen camino.

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Wandalina

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Primitivo in September '19
@Wandalina
I bought shoes once from Basecamp in Dublin. https://basecamp.ie/ They used to be in Middle Abbey Street but they have moved around the corner since.

They were the best shoes I ever bought and I think it was not because of the brand but for two other reasons:

1 The staff were amazingly helpful. I was not living in Dublin at the time but they were very responsive to email enquiries before I came up to the shop and very knowledgeable. It is an independent shop.

2. When I went, on a Saturday morning, I was able to spend well over an hour and a half trying on different shoes. They were wonderfully patient. And there was no pressure and if I had said I was not going to buy I don't think they would have been put out.

I am looking to buy shoes again right now, but sadly I am not staying in Ireland at the moment or I would go straight back there.

They are very 'Camino-aware' and used to do Camino advice sessions. I never went because I was not living near Dublin.

[Obviously I have no connection with the store.]

Buen camino.

Tim
Thanks Tim great advice i really appreciate it
 
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End of Frances and Frances from Pamplona Sept 22
Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
i hear ya! i have exactly the same problem and usually wear Scarpa. However for my walk in May i bought Salomon X Ultra 04W and they were excellent. Good width and great grip, light with enough cushion (my Scarpa mojito didn't have enough cushioning. They are black and grey and (i think, pretty horrible to look at ) but they did the job really well. I am also awaiting delivery of a pair of Scarpa Rush which look promising. my Salomon's are size 38/5 and i have ordered a 39/6 in these as the 38/5 were a little too short.
 
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Getting ready for my camino start end of September. Having a devil of a time with my feet and shoes. Into a local shop here in Canada. They sold me on Merrill MOAB. They feel like slippers to me. Fingers crossed that I have found "the ones"
 
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Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
I have a wide men's foot (4E)and the best shoe I have found are Hoka one one bondi. They have a large foot box.
 

dreaming

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I wore Men's 860 New Balance 4 E (very wide)to complete the Camino Frances and the Camino Le Puy plus I added the three days over the Pyrenees to Pamplona. I wore ininji toe sox, thick merino wool sox and inserted gel insoles which I changed half way. The most important thing I did was purchase walking poles at the start. I am awkward at going down hills and they made it easy.
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Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
I'm late in answering you, however, I felt it was worth letting you know I have wide feet & since wearing Keen's shoes, sandles & boots I have never had any foot trouble. They are a wide fit and very comfortable. I have now been wearing Keen's for over 6 years with great success. cheers
 

arardin4

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Agree with you on this. My husband and I just walked aprox 600 miles SJPdP to Santiago 5/20-7/3 2022. I have wide feet with high arch and super weak ankles and these shoes were life savers. We did the Camino St. Jean to Santiago in 2015 and I used Hoka shoes that tore my feet up (I ended up cutting the toes out of the shoes for the last 100 miles - worth it!!!). The Altra Lone Peak 6 were terrific, but I did use a super foot insole when the walking surface was mostly gravel and switched back to Altra insoles on mostly hard surface days. I also recommend glide or vaseline for feet every morning. I definitely spent time in zero drop shoes this past winter getting my feet and body used to the new demands. My Altras are still in pretty decent shape I might add, I might recommend "dirty girl" ankle gaiters to boot to keep rocks and sand out of shoe collar. I am so excited for you to have a buen camino.
 
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Hi Wandalina. I buy Meindl in the Great Outdoors. I take them with me, or wear them, when I want to check with them about the estimate their expert fitters might say remains in the soles. If the staff person is new, I ask for an experienced person for the footwear section...
Like Malingerer, I buy insoles that they stock and fit, as they do not recommend the ones that are in the boots/shoes. When I asked the first time, in 2006, why the insoIes are not recommended, I was told the makers realise that those who buy them will likely change the insoles anyway, so they don't spend too much effort in making them good enough...
I take a smaller size than you, but my foot is very wide. The fit of the boots suits me better than the shoe. Trust me, they are about double the cost - but they last a long time.
Buen camino!
Hi Kirkie I am very interested in this thread and particularly your comments on Meindls. I also buy in Great Outdoors and have used the Meindl Responds shoes on the CF and CP. Also use the boots for some local climbing (eg Croagh Patrick). Just bought shoes Meindl Journey Pro GTX, still in the box. Not sure it was a good choice. Starting Primitivo in a fortnight but think I will use the boots as there is a lot of climbing. Also fit me better than shoe. What Meindl boot do you use? Do you use them for all Camino walking? I take your point about getting experienced person in shop.
 

taigirl

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Frances 2019
Hi everyone
Looking for a bit of advice. Im based in Ireland so a lot of American brands are sadly not available. Ive done my last two caminos CP central and Primitivo in Meindl Respond. No blisters but i feel the soles are a bit too hard no cushioning. After 200km my feet were throbbing.. Im sure impact has a lot to answer for but just feel there is no give in Meindl.

Planning the first two weeks of the Norte in September and hoping to get something lighter, slightly. Im a size 8 usually taking and 8.5 in hiking footwear and have a wider fit.

Just dont want to make an expensive mistake which i really cant afford to do

Thanks in advance x
Use sheepskin inner soles.
 

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