All Golite brand shoes (or at least "all" to my knowledge") have wide toe boxes --- you can just look at the shoe and see that it's shaped more like an actual foot than many/most shoes are. I have a foot condition that pretty much demands a wide toe box (bunionettes, i.e., little-toe side bunions) and Golites allow me to do the miles without needing surgery.
As far as weight goes --- from the few models I've tried my sense is that the weight of their shoes has gone UP some since they first introduced them, but OTOH they've also solved the biggest durability problems they used to have too. On the PCT I was wearing wearing holes in the uppers after the first 200 - 300 miles of use, whereas this year when I replaced my "Force" and "Versa Force" models after around 500 or so miles each pair the uppers looked almost like new. I did lose the occasional tread "lug", however.
I wish there was an easy and cheap way to try out wide toe box shoes from other manufacturers, as I too would like something a *little* lighter if it "worked" in the toe box and was sufficiently durable. Oh, and didn't bring any yet new problems into the mix ... !
For reference, in size 11.5, the "Force" model weighs 40.1 oz for the pair (I don't recall if that's with the factory inserts or my orthodics, sorry, but probably the former).
The "Versa Force" model weighs 32.0 oz in the same size. But looking earlier this month I already can't find more of those to buy --- dang, I hate how fast manufacturers change out their models. The older Sun Dragon II's weighed 28.5 oz per pair.