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My jandals don't seem wide enough. Do you make jandals that have a wider fit?Updated a year ago

We do not make jandals that are of different widths. However, it's very rare that we cannot fit our jandals to someone's feet, no matter how wide or narrow they are.

If the jandals are feeling a little narrow or tight, this can usually be worked out quite easily. 

There are 3 things to consider with regard to the width of Archies Jandals

1. The actual width of the jandals 

In terms of width, Archies Jandals are designed to be snug-fitting jandals. For some people with wider feet, the outer edge of the feet might be slightly over the edges as in the photograph below.

This is an acceptable amount of overhang as long as the fit is comfortable and the arch is optimally positioned. You can also stretch the toe poles and straps to get a comfy fit across the tops of your feet. If you find it uncomfortable, then we recommend a size up. 

2. Is the size in terms of length okay? 

If the jandals feel too narrow and there's not too much space in front of the toes and behind the heels, then size up will help to give you a bit more room. 

3. The tightness of the strap

Archies Jandals are designed with a tighter strap than normal jandals because it's better for your feet. This can lead to the perception that the jandals are too narrow and tight when it is simply the strap being too tight for your foot width. It's very easy to fix this problem by stretching the strap. Watch the video below to stretch the straps. 

If you need any assistance in finding the correct size or fit, feel free to contact customer support. 

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