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Golf shoes

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by pr29walk, May 14, 2007.

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  1. pr29walk

    pr29walk Member


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    I recently had a gentleman come to my clinic complaining of pain around both 1st hav. He stated that he only gets the pain when he plays golf. On examination of his feet he does have bi lateral hav, his feet are also naturaly broad. on examination of his golf shoes it was clear that they are far to tight and are rubbing. does anyone know of any golf shoes that are specifically designed for people with broad feet. he takes a size 12 shoe
     
  2. Paulo Silva

    Paulo Silva Active Member

    Last edited: May 14, 2007
  3. pr29walk

    pr29walk Member

    thanx for that, very helpful
     
  4. Jonathan

    Jonathan Active Member

    Hi Mr Pr29walk

    Ecco produce the widest 'off the self' golf shoes, they also have a thick insole which when removed enables the placement of a custom orthotic.

    Footjoy do a great range of shoes with 2E + widths although these widths are mainly in their top products that have stitched-in insole - WHY DO THEY DO THAT!!!!errrrrrrrrr

    Jonathan
    www.mar-systems.co.uk
     
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