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I'd be concerned with arch support. I have high arches and a shoe that doesn't support them is bad for me. Sometimes changing the insole is good enough.
Inability to jump probably a racial thing; I can neither jump nor dance, sigh.
The first and last are close to 0 drop, and have relatively wide toebox. The middle one is the second version of the most comfortable shoe I've ever owned, but the new ones are a touch narrower and hence just a little too tight--but I have wide feet.
William O. B'Livion
I can't believe you've never owned a pair of Chuck Taylors.
Looked at these on several sites, including Nike.com and no mention anywhere about choice of width. Since I wear EEE size
in most shoes I suspect Nike just shoots for C/D and saves stocking any other width.