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Are your feet burning hot on turf fields working summer games? Take the heat off your feet with HeatShield inserts, proven to reduce radiant temperatures inside shoes up to 50°F. HeatShields shoe inserts are the solution for umpires and outdoor sports officials.

We discovered HeatShields when umpires working multiple games at the LakePoint Sports complex outside Atlanta in 90+ temps swore by them behind the plate and in the field.

This patent-pending product aerospace technology was the joint design of the Greggs, a Tennessee family made up of a physical therapist, a retired F-16 fighter pilot and their athlete daughter/D1 soccer player who wrote her thesis on the subject.

Say "Goodbye!" to hot, tender feet and experience greater comfort and performance this weekend. Buy a pair for each of your officiating shoes today!


  • Moisture-wicking
  • A comfortable, lightweight, sleek barrier that doesn't compromise shoe space.
  • Molds to your feet in as early as one day of use
  • HeatShields have been extensively field tested.
  • 1/8 inch thick
  • SIZES: Available in a wide range of men's sizes (if in-between sizes, go up a size)
  • COLOR: Orange (but we may substitute with blue due to high demand - both colors function the same)


Slide your shoe insert on top of or underneath your current insole. You can also use as standalone insoles. If you wear orthotics, wear the HeatShields underneath.

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Crew How-To: HeatShields Shoe Inserts

Follow along as we show how easily HeatShields Shoe Inserts are installed to reduce heat felt from hot field surfaces.

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Official Reviews


Norm G.

Bel Air, MD

July 3, 2021
My legs and feet have felt better after games worked with the HeatShields. I am used to working 4 games in a row, so I have really felt the difference since my purchase.

Don C.

Los Lunas, NM

June 28, 2021
Don't waste your money on these. I've tried them on both turf fields and grass. I couldn't tell any difference.

Darryl V.

Gonzales, LA

May 5, 2021
In my opinion, I do not feel any different from before. I do feel a little movement of the insert in the shoe when running and coming to a hard stop. I would not recommend this product, especially the price because my feet don't feel cooler after use.

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Questions About This Product

Q: Is it possible to wear these with the Smitty insoles? If so, how much height do they both add? And in the Smitty insoles and the HeatShields, how many come in a pack?
– Jayden Morrison
Yes, the HeatShields should be the bottom most layer in your shoe, then place the Smitty Comfortech Cushion Technology Shoe Insoles on top. The HeatShields are 1/8 of an inch thick while the Smitty Insoles are 1/4 inch thick, making for a total of 3/8 inch. Both packs include a pair of inserts, one for your left and right foot.
– Ty Unthank
Communication & Service Specialist, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire

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