10 Best Wide Flat Feet Running Shoes in 2022

Jens Jakob Andersen
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Do you often feel constricted by the regular-width running shoes? Or feel like your arch could use a bit more support? Well, we've got a selection of shoes for wide and flat feet that solves both of these challenges in one go.

We've tested hundreds of these roomy runners for your browsing convenience. This compelling list of top picks ranges from the best all-rounder down to the most exceptional runner that fits within your humble budget.

How we select the best wide flat feet running shoes

A selection as diverse as this one doesn't happen in a snap. Indeed, we at RunRepeat work day and night to make the magic happen. Here's how we do it:

  • We buy wide running shoes for flat feet with our own money. Yes, we are our own sponsors!
  • We wear-test these spacious kicks at our lab. We use high-tech tools to find out their strengths and nuances.
  • We run in these kicks for days on roads and trails to determine their fortes.
  • Our reviews on the finest wide flat feet running shoes reflect thousands of opinions from professional and regular runners alike.

A Corescore is then assigned to every reviewed pair. We use this scoring system to fish out the diamonds in the rough.


Best wide flat feet running shoes overall

Thanks for making our daily runs nice and stable, Brooks Adrenaline GTS 21! The upper hugged our feet well, and the midsole is balanced - it's neither mushy nor too rigid. It just kept our motions in check, preventing any excessive movements. It's certainly not a light shoe, but having tested its precursors, we can say that Brooks is heading in the right direction! Apart from support, what stood out to us also is its tank-like durability.
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Now on its 27th iteration, the Kayano is everything we expect from a premium stability shoe. It's sturdy, supportive, has got an incredibly plush comfort (surprising for a stability shoe)! If there's a hang-up to it, it's the shoe's hefty weight, which for us, is not something that should be penalized, given its top-tier performance.
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Best road wide flat feet running shoes

True to its lineage, the Asics GT 2000 9 maintains its identity as the trusty stability road workhorse! It's a durable do-it-all shoe we'd pick if we want one go-to for our daily runs, long-distance stretches, and tempo-paced training runs. Even better, among other stability shoes we've tested, it's one of the springiest!
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A stability shoe made for training runs, the Guide 14 from Saucony just gets the job done for us. No frills, no gimmicks, just plain support. While it may be a positive for the shoe, it also renders a negative - it's a dull ride. Whether you're an overpronator or a neutral runner in need of extra arch support, the Saucony Guide is neither obtrusive nor too harsh to not find that sweet spot in your daily running shoe roster.
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Best Asics wide flat feet running shoes

Still staying true to its Kayano roots, we found the Kayano 28 retaining its hallmark on stability and support while seeing some updates to amp up comfort and flexibility. And with better flex, the shoe was just overall fun! Although designed as a daily trainer, we found it fitting as a standalone shoe that you can take out of the closet during race day and on long, slow miles.
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Asics updates their long-running, budget stability shoe and finally moves away from the plastic post design. This shoe is an ideal daily trainer for runners looking to get into the sport that pronate or have flat feet and want a product that’s comfortable, consistent, and lighter on the wallet than competing shoes.
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Best stability wide flat feet running shoes

The Brooks Glycerin GTS 19 is a great every-day runner’s shoe that offers good cushioning on a stable platform and will go the distance. The Glycerin GTS 19 doesn’t offer anything that is mind-bending or earth-shattering. It’s simply consistent.
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Best budget wide flat feet running shoes

The Omni 19 from Saucony is a motion control running shoe whose design is centered on delivering comfort miles after miles. Adhering to its stability feature is its traction-ready outsole configuration, ensuring a zero-slippage performance for the runner. Engineered with some of the brand's top technologies, this running shoe does not skimp on flexibility, support, and bounce.
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Crafted with top quality materials and technologies, the New Balance Fresh Foam 860 v11 is an everyday running shoe that offers a well-cushioned ride. It is specifically designed to support runners with overpronation or flatfoot. This shoe promotes a more natural running form to deliver a comfortable and efficient ride.
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What are the cheapest wide flat feet running shoes in 2022?

  1. Saucony Omni 19 - from $79
  2. Brooks Launch GTS 8 - from $100
  3. Asics GT 1000 10 - from $100
  4. Saucony Guide 14 - from $104
  5. New Balance FuelCell Prism v2 - from $110
  6. Saucony Omni 20 - from $124
  7. Asics GT 2000 10 - from $130
  8. Hoka One One Arahi 5 - from $130
  9. New Balance 940 v4 - from $130
  10. Asics GT 4000 2 - from $130
  11. Salomon XA Pro 3D V8 - from $130
  12. New Balance Fresh Foam 860 v12 - from $134
  13. Saucony Hurricane 23 - from $135
  14. New Balance Fresh Foam Vongo v5 - from $135
  15. Brooks Adrenaline GTS 22 - from $140

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Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.