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Men's Skechers Extra Wide Width Training Shoes (Charcoal/Blk)

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JCPenney has Men's Skechers Extra Wide Width Training Shoes (Charcoal/Black) on clearance for $29.99. Select free in-store pickup, otherwise, free ship to store option is offered. Thanks itsamazeling

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JCPenney [jcpenney.com] has Skechers Men's Extra Wide Training Shoes for $29.99. Ship to store is free, otherwise shipping is free on orders $99+
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Me too! JCPenney has been the worst since they hired that Apple executive.
Coincidence? Read the book.
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Coincidence? Read the book.
I ordered the book from JCPenney, but I got a sorry order delayed email. With a status of checking inventory.
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he's been gone 6 years, I think they have other problems
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Finally, a shoe deal that includes w i d e shoes.
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Anyone thread crapping this clearly hasn't lived a lifetime of shoe shopping for wide flat feet. You walk down the shoe aisle not looking at the shoes on display, but looking for boxes with "W" or "E". Lucky to find 1 out of 20 shoes available in widths, and most are plain to ugly at best.
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I like sketchers but they aren't good for running in. These are thick and clunky to run in. Not sure what you would train in with these lol. Maybe walking or every day sneeks they are great
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Thanks OP lots of hate on this but for someone who uses WIDE width shoes I appreciate the post! 👍
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I got a pair of these from Sam's Club or Costco on clearance. I like them. The memory foam is pretty comfy.

Cons: the memory foam is also hot (though my feet are usually hot) and it seems to retain moisture and stink. And after wearing them only a few times, the material started separating on the outside of the crease where it bends for your toes. I still kept them because they were cheap and are comfy, and plan to use shoe goo to slow the splitting.
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Checking into these have some folks in the fam with really huge feet 😃
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Lol 😂 just got the email from Jc penny checking inventory! My size is out of stock everywhere but available in Puerto Rico probably buried under rubble from the quake
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I like sketchers but they aren't good for running in. These are thick and clunky to run in. Not sure what you would train in with these lol. Maybe walking or every day sneeks they are great
Agree completely. Not sure why these are called training shoes. These are every day walking shoes. I personally have used these exact shoes for my primary shoe for probably a decade now. They are super comfortable, and despite previous posts, they last a long time. I go through a pair every 1-2 years. They are usually $60+ in stores now, so anything under $40 is a jump for me. I recently picked up 3 pairs for $90 on a crazy cashback deal so I already have a 4 year or so supply at this point. Good deal, thumbs up!
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Soo GROSS & with all the great shoe deals posted you'd have to be a moron to spend $30 on sketchers👎🏽👎🏽
Well, some folks could give a rat's ass about shoe brands and sneaker culture. Some of us have a hard af time trying to find wide shoes that fit and don't look like something from Dollar General clearance. Gtfo with your shoe snobbery.
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Anyone thread crapping this clearly hasn't lived a lifetime of shoe shopping for wide flat feet. You walk down the shoe aisle not looking at the shoes on display, but looking for boxes with "W" or "E". Lucky to find 1 out of 20 shoes available in widths, and most are plain to ugly at best.
Preach. It's a nightmare finding size 13 extra wide shoes. It seems that everyone with wide feet is also a size 13.
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I had these same Skechers to wear to work. They are comfortable, but it was the second pair where I wore a hole in the foam under my heel. No more Skechers for me.
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