The only sneakers I've ever found with actual widths are New Balance sneakers. And I would also strongly suggest that you get another pair of sneakers right away since a pair that is 10+ years old is almost useless for support. I always buy my sneakers in batches of two pairs. I only wear a pair for less than 10 months before they are replaced with the newer pair. I walk a lot and I want my "tootsies" to be pain-free.
And if it is possible, find a store that will actually fit you with a pair of New Balance. I started with buying from an actual sneaker store with workers that knew a lot about walking gait, size and surfaces I wanted to walk on. After that initial consultation, I then was able to buy the New Balance from other cheaper sources. Also, New Balance changes it's models from year to year, so I was able to pick up some bargains from online stores since I knew the old model numbers that my feet needed.
So I suggest that you not worry about the cost of those first few pairs. The investment is worthwhile concerning your needs, stopping pain, and the amount of weight you must lose.
Hope these comments help you! Good luck, kiddo.
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