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    Running Shoes for wide feet

    Hi all!!! I want to replace my one and looking for a pair of shoes to run on the road for low budget.
    I've wide feet and would like something cushioned like these-
    https://voy-voy.com/best-shoes-for-wide-feet/
    Any ideas?

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    The shoe company called Altra has your shoe.
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    Check out the New Balance FF Beacon 3. It's cushioned and you can check the reviews, where a lot of people mentioned that it's perfect for runners with wide feet.

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