Shapes: The golf shoe insert to improve your game

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Shapes - A new dimension to golf training systems
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April 16, 2024
Ollie Copsey in ,
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Shapes has introduced an innovative addition to the golf market with its shoe insert training system. Undoubtedly, it introduces a new dimension to golf training aids, promising a transformative experience for players seeking to improve balance and stability throughout their swing.

Shapes are composed of two 30-gram, 2.9mm thin shoe inserts with antibacterial, washable and skin-friendly properties that ensure hygiene and comfort with every wear. The product can be worn quite effortlessly above or below the shoe insole. When properly fitted, they provide support from the heel to just shy of the balls of the feet to deliver a snug and secure fit.

Shapes golf shoe insert The training system is designed to elevate the arch of the foot, strategically distributing pressure evenly across the entire foot. This approach intends to activate foot muscles and improve coordination among diverse muscle groups to enhance stability and balance during both walking and standing activities. Additionally, Shapes aims to "reduce foot fatigue during extended activities" using the insole’s spring function, which ‘stores energy during movement and releases it’.

Shapes, crafted to suit both on-course and off-course wear, offers a comfortable experience for daily use. The product quickly blends into everyday routines, becoming virtually unnoticeable after a brief period of wear. Additionally, the easy interchangeability between pairs of shoes enhances their convenience and practicality. Similarly, while on the golf course, they retain a discreet presence throughout your round, whilst still offering a sense of stability and security throughout each swing.


To find out more about Shapes’ story and where to buy, you can visit their website or follow the brand on Instagram.

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About Ollie Copsey

Ollie is embarking on his journey in the golf industry after completing his Football Business & Marketing degree in 2023 and a stint at the renowned Brocket Hall Estate. With a current handicap index of 8.3, Ollie is keen to offer opinions on the latest developments in the golf industry, as well as offering evaluative insights on golf products.

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