The most important function of golf shoes is to provide a "stabilizing" effect. To achieve this, there are two main directions.
Direction 1: Anti-slip.
A. Strong grip, through the studs and shoe patterns, increase the ability of the sole to bite the ground, or use the ground pattern of the shoe to touch the ground to increase the friction between the sole and the ground, thereby achieving the anti-slip function.
B. The elastic design that the width of the sole changes instantly. Just like the design of the sports car at the bottom of the window, the width of the sports car body is already wider than that of the general touring car. With the increased width of the tires, the effect is to increase at extreme speeds. The grip and non-slip function, the new sole design will add similar functions. The design is designed to add elastic outwardly protruding rubber particles on the outer edge of the sole. The design appearance of different shoe factories will be slightly different. The purpose is that when the outside of the foot is exerted, the protruding rubber particles will quickly extend to the outside of the shoe, making the sole wider, restraining the foot from rotating outwards, and preventing the body from sliding.
Direction 2: Security.
A. In the design of a slightly professional shoe sole, the design of a stable bridge will be added. The so-called stable bridge refers to the use of a hard object to connect the two parts of the forefoot and the back heel, rather than the traditional design of the whole sole. Separate the front and rear soles. Helps the flexibility of the foot during lateral movement, especially when the swing is completed. When the whole left foot is completely pressed on the outside of the foot (foot knife), the foot knife will not slip and completely land on the ground, causing the left body to move out and not Stand firmly and complete the swing.
The stabilizer bridge divides the front and rear soles of the feet, and the pressure distribution of the soles will change, and the pressure will be effectively stretched to the ends to strengthen the inertial kinetic capacity. When the soles are stressed, they are not easy to rotate and become much more stable.