Insert Systems are the type of receptacle found on the bottom of your golf shoe. The Insert System determines the type of cleat that will need to fit your shoe.
What are Insert Systems?
Fitting new Golf Spikes has many benefits to your game and performance but choosing the correct thread pattern to match your golf shoes insert is a vital part of making this straight forward task as simple as possible.
The receptacle, brand of golf shoes and existing golf cleat thread pattern fitted into you shoe will all play a part in choosing the correct spikes for you. Many shoe manufacturers tend to keep to one thread design and choice of golf cleat. Golf shoes of a certain age may have a used a different thread pattern in prior years so be sure to check this prior to making your purchase.
How we help with Insert Systems
The guides below will help you establish which thread pattern best suits your requirements.
The guides show the type of receptacles fitted to the sole of the shoes and also the type of
thread pattern on the spike that is most commonly used by the manufacturer.
Insert Systems refers to the type of receptacle found on the bottom of your shoe. The Insert
System determines the type of cleat that will fit your shoe. Different manufacturers use
different types of receptacles, so it’s important to be able to match the right cleat to the
right Insert System.
Types of Insert System
Currently, there are 9 different branded receptacles on the market, with several being cross- or backward-compatible. The guides below show the difference between each system.