What are the best squash shoes for wide feet? It’s a good question and one I get frequently.
I personally do not have wide feet, but I found a couple ideas for you, and I encourage readers to provide their own suggestions in the comments.
My friend CJ, who I play with regularly, likes a wide fit and he has used the Prince NFS Attack. Prior to that he used the Prince NFS Rally, which he says fit well but grew holes quickly. Update: It’s near impossible to find the Prince shoes these days. Check out more suggestions below.
Update (January 2019)
I suggest you check out a brand named Python, which is available from Squash Galaxy in the US. CJ helped me test out a pair of the Pythons and he likes them as a replacement for the Prince shoes.
A reader named Mark who has “somewhat wide” feet likes the Adidas Stabil Bounce.
Another reader, Nawar, agrees about the Stabil Bounce:
Perfect Pair for a Wide Feet !! Finally Adidas recall the previous mold of the Stabil 10&11. i found them even much better than the previous models; lighter, excellent gripping and very well cushioned.
C.H. commented recently:
I swear by the Yonex Power Cushion SHB 65 Wide’s
I also tested the Harrow Typhoon recently and found them to have a wide toe box. Again I don’t have wide feet so we’ll have to see if anyone who does agrees they are worth a look.
Update (November 2017)
Larry from Squash Unlimited says about the Victor AS 3W:
It has been a great seller in-store and online mainly because of the price point ($89 CAD), it is a wide width and comfy.
If you have wide feet and have found a good squash shoe, please leave a comment below! Thanks.