WATCH THIS FIRST
IMPORTANT INTEL - OVER 1 MILLION SPIKES MOUNTED - SAY NO TO TOE SPIKES
Yardkicks are a DIY product designed to work for all skill levels and WORK AS WELL AS YOUR MOUNTING JOB so take your time and understand the instructions - use your skills and your shoe goo. Info below is based on millions of spikes mounted in thousands of shoes. WE HATE TOE SPIKES SO SHOULD YOU.
Step 1map out 8 spike pattern upside down (NO TOE SPIKE)
Make sure spikes sit on flat parts of sole, use 6 for smaller shoes. YOU DO NOT WANT A CENTER TOE SPIKE UP FRONT.
Step 2dot sole with marker
Remove spikes and mark placements for mounting
Step 3add shoe goo to metal threads
Put a small dab of goo on end of metal screw
Step 4screw in spikes by hand or drill
Apply pressure with hand driver or drill, turn clockwise until snug against sole
Step 5nice work
Let goo dry and hit the field in style
Play in styleyou just made your own cleats
Yardkicks are a DIY product designed to work for many install skill levels and WORK AS WELL AS YOUR MOUNTING JOB so take your time and understand the instructions - use your skills and your shoe goo.
Take your time, use 8 per shoe max, you have extras in the box.
Jordan 11's/Foamposites/shoes with CARBON FIBER or PLASTIC under rubber you'll need to drill a pilot hole (5/32 bit 6mm deep) before mounting. This is an ADVANCED install only recommended if you know what you're doing.
ANY AIR or gel bladders have the potential of puncturing but we have found this doesn't matter on grass and dirt.
Know what you're screwing into. You are in charge of the shoes you select and some work much better than others. If in doubt look up your shoe model/deconstruct on google and you can usually find what the guts of the shoe look like or ask us for help - email@example.com
Sole rot warning - we love seeing older shoes get a new life on the golf course but if midsole is crusty/rotted Yardkicks spikes can accelerate sole delamination.
PRO TIP: If you have access to a drill this makes it very easy, your Kit includes a 5mm hex insert drill bit.
Shoe guidanceFLAT RUBBER (NOT FOAM)
Soles need to be 1/3 inch thick and have FLAT RUBBER (NOT FOAM) on the bottom. If you have a lot of traction on the sole you don't need Yardkicks.
Mount Yardkicks on a FLAT area of your shoe so that the disc part of the cleat has FULL CONTACT with your sole for support. Do not hang off raised traction.
ALL SHOES ARE DIFFERENT, the thinner the sole the more you will feel traction underfoot.
Yardkicks are designed to be permanent
Avoid repeatedly removing and installing your studs - this causes sole material to weaken and be less supportive. Softer, spongier sole materials will not hold Yardkicks.
HELP! – send us a note firstname.lastname@example.org we're here for you.
Satisfaction Guarantee - If you are not satisfied with our products please send us a note and we'll help/replace/refund - email@example.com.
SHOW US YOUR KICKS! – send us pics of your creations to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will post on Instagram (Follow us on Instagram – yardkicks.co). PHOTOS on the field are much better than kitchen counter!
Thanks again! We are just getting started as a company (a few guys in a Denver garage) and want you to be extremely happy with your Yardkicks.
Be smart & safePRODUCT USE AND DISCLAIMER
USING YARDKICKS® SAFELY Some surfaces can be extremely slippery for Yardkicks. Be careful out there. Yardkicks are designed to give you extra traction on the field but they do not eliminate the inherent dangers of playing sports or using tools for installation. Kicks Industries is not liable for any injury, loss or consequential damage resulting from the installation, wearing, or other use of our products.