We appreciate it is frustrating but we'd have to order several thousand pairs of the wide version of a style to "import" them, and there isn't that sort of demand for widths in even the most popular styles, let alone the Echelon.
As for international selling, that's a whole different legal kettle of fish with different partners owning the rights to sell the shoes in different regions/countries.
It doesn't help you, but maybe this goes some way to explain the situation.
The honest answer is that extra-wide-fit shoes have always been a disaster for us sales-wise in the UK (and Europe). There is good variation in fit in our range already. Sorry if you're not included in that.
Hello Stephen, good to hear that you like the Guide. The Ride 7 (http://bit.ly/1uBj3mT) is the neutral version of the Guide. It should feel pretty close, so the best advise is to take your orthotics along to your local store and give them a try....
Woodysom - The Guide and Hurricane are "Guidance" and the Omni are "Stability".
Although it's something of a simplification, essentially, the Guide and Hurricane will help counteract most mild to moderate over-pronation, whereas the Omni has more support usually used by people with moderate pronation or sometimes more.
Whilst the stability of the Hurricane is similar to the Guide, it has more cushioning so will feel more plush and luxurious underfoot and around the upper.