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Propet Men’s Stability Walker Sneaker, Chocolate/Black Nubuck, 13 3E US

One of our most popular models, this walking shoe is designed with a wider forefoot and heel base, for the ultimate in stability. The pu insole features a heel pad and cushioning ridges for superior comfort. Features a full-grain perforated leather upper.

Product Features

  • Walking sneaker with leather upper featuring rocker profile, D-ring speed-lacing system, and perforations for breathability
  • Molded-EVA midsole
  • Internal heel counter; Fit: This style tends to run small. For an accurate fit we recommend purchasing a 1/2 size larger than you typically purchase.
  • Removable cushioned orthotic
  • Medicare/HCPCS code A5500 diabetic shoe
  • Speed-lacing closure system

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Anonymous says:

Propet shrinking shoes. Over the years these same shoes have been getting smaller . They are now ridiculously small. I take a 13 eee. Have for many years, and I have been buying propet for many years. At first they were a true 13 eee. now I am getting 13 eeeee and having to have them stretched. I have pictures of the last order plus this one. The identical shoe is a wee bit smaller, the other pair which I bought (different Style) to see if there is an improvement in sizes, sadly it was so ridiculous as to be 1/2 inch…

Anonymous says:

Better than expected I read the reviews on this product and decided to go for a first time online shoe buy. For the record- I have very wide feet, a high instep, and some gnarly toes that make getting the right fit extra tough. Brick and mortar sellers have so few wide/deep walking shoes that just finding a pair to try on can become a time consuming and costly effort and I always wind up settling for a pair with less width than I really need, ouch!The supplier shipped them out the same day and they…

Anonymous says:

The WIDEST Shoe On The Planet This shoe is the widest shoe (dress, athletic, etc.) available on the market today… period! This 5E wide shoe is wider than any 6E wide New Balance, Drew, Vionic, Mt. Emey, or other orthodontic shoe ( I have wasted my money on all of them). I have incredibly wide feet and have worn this shoe almost exclusively for the past 30 years. As I grew older and my feet spread out even wider I found that by not threading the shoe string through the bottom set of holes and loosely tying up the strings…

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