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Tom Gavigan started selling wide shoes and sandles from his shop in Harlesden, Design Shoes over 30 years ago and has been serving the community of Harlesden and surrounding areas ever since.

Customers come back year after year because Tom and his staff know about feet and how to ensure every customer gets the perfect fit everytime.

Design Shoes Shop Front

Design Shoes Shop - home to wide shoes for over 30 years

After 32 years Tom has closed Design Shoes and moved to a new warehouse location in Wembley which has a wonderful boutique shop at the front for customers.

Wide Shoes moving to new location

The new shop at the Antonio Pacelli building allows us to carry a much larger range of wide fitting shoes, sandals and boots. It also has the advantage of plenty of free parking right outside as well as disability access for wheelchairs.

Wide Shoe shop inside

The range still includes cute summer sandals in wide widths as well as extra wide 8E fitting shoes and sandals. We also carry lines with removeable insocks which are perfect for those with their own orthotic insoles and easy close footwear for customers who have difficulties with laces or buckles.

We pride ourselves on our customer service and all our staff are friendly and have extensive experience and product knowledge.

So please call us on 0208 819 7756 if you have any questions about our range or if you want individual advice on what styles may suit you best.

You are cordially invited to visit us at our new home where you can get a personalised fitting and view our extensive range.

We are open Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm and Saturdays 10am - 3pm. 


New Address

Wide Shoes
Antonio Pacelli Building
14 Hallmark Trading Estate
Fourth Way
Wembley HA9 0LB

 

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday:  9am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 3pm

 

Public Transport

Closest Tube: Wembley Park
Buses: 92 and 206 

 

Contact Details

Email: sales@wideshoes.co.uk
Telephone: 0208 819 7756
Fax: 0208 903 9451


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Tom Gavigan

 

 

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