Comments: My size is usually 12.5 4E in a running shoe. Not much to choose from in my size with stability. My first two pairs were Asics, but last year an Asics 4E was too narrow, so I had a NB1260v2 for over a year. But now I am back with the Asics GT-2000-2, which fit great on me. It has more cushioning in the sole, than the NB 1260v2 shoe, which makes the Asics better for walking too. Also, I like the blue/gray/color, and they do not look clunky in my size, as other shoes often do. However, the laces were a bit short, but when I called Asics customer service about it, they agreed to send me a longer pair of laces at no charge, and they did within a week. I wear my running shoes for treadmill running, walking, bicycling, driving, and for working in the home office. I do a lot of walking, taking the dog out about 3-4 times per day for 10 to 30 minutes per walk. So far I mainly use this pair on the treadmill, and they have been great; very little break-in use needed to feel very good. Getting to this shoe was quite a journey; I tried the following shoes first, but ended up returning them all because of fit issues. Most the 2E shoes below were too narrow, and the 4E was too wide. Thanks to the Running Warehouse staff for most of those returns: NB 1260v4, 12.5 4E; NB 860v4, 12.5 2E, too stiff; NB 870v3, 12.5 2E;Asics GT-2000-2, 12.5 2E; Brooks GTS14, 12.5 2E.
From: Axel, Chicago, IL, USA. November 19th 2014