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What are the best golf shoes for orthotics?

Asked 3 years ago

Hello and good evening, ladies and gentlemen. I'm looking for golf shoes that will accommodate my existing orthotics. Do you have any recommendations?

Upstep Staff

Upstep Staff

Sunday, November 28, 2021

Choosing a golf shoe can be especially difficult as there are different kinds on the market. The type of shoe will depend on the type of insole and its shape, thickness, and material. Aim to get shoes with removable inserts so they can easily accommodate your existing orthotics.

Preferably, look into having custom orthotics designed to fit multiple shoes without loss of effectiveness. Even if you find your new shoes aren't ideal, the custom orthotics should still provide you with the fit and support you need.

If you're investing in a great new pair of golf shoes to up your game, you should think about getting custom-made orthotics designed specifically for golf. This means that regardless of which type of golf shoes you buy, you know that your orthotics will fit.

With the right combination of golf shoes and golf orthotics, you'll see the best results in your performance.

Blake Rodgers

Wednesday, January 05, 2022

Finding the correct pair of golf shoes can be extremely difficult and perplexing. Because there are so many manufacturers selling golf shoes, you're likely to feel perplexed and uncertain when it comes to selecting the best golf shoes to use with your orthotics.

The following are the top seven golf shoes:

1. NEW BALANCE Spiked Golf Shoe (NBG1701).

Men's NIKE Lunar Control II from NIKE Golf.

3. ADIDAS Tech Response Golf Shoe for Men.

4. PUMA Titantur Ignite Golf Shoe for Men.

5. Skechers Birdie Golf Shoe for Women.

Men's FootJoy Hyperflex Golf Shoe, No. 6.

7. Callaway TRX Golf Shoe for Men.

Jeremy Spencer

Monday, June 06, 2022

The best golf shoes are comfortable enough to prevent blister formation. They are also breathable and lightweight and are ideal for long-term wear. Whether Adidas, Puma, Ecco, or New Balance, when a shoe ticks these boxes, that's what you need.





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