Footwear, especially athletic footwear

FIELD: personal appliances.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to footwear (1), especially athletic footwear having an upper portion (2) and an outsole (3) attached to the upper portion (2); the outsole (3) has a long axis (L) and has an anterior foot (4), a middle foot (5) and a heel (6). The outsole (3) has at least one first pivot (7) arranged between the anterior foot (4) and the middle foot (5), which enables bend the anterior foot (4) in relation to the middle foot (5) about a first horizontal axis (T1) perpendicular to the long axis (L), and the outsole (3) has at least one second pivot (8) arranged in the middle portion (5) and enabling bending two adjoining portions (5a, 5b) of the middle foot (5) about the second horizontal axis (T2) perpendicular to the long axis (L); on or in the outsole (3) there is at least one flexible tension unit (9), which displaces the anterior foot (4) so that it turns about the first horizontal axis (T1) upwards in relation to the middle foot (5), when the footwear stands on the ground (10), and which displaces the two portions (5a, 5b) of the middle foot (5) so that they turn about the second horizontal axis (T2) to form an arch, when the footwear stands on the ground (10).

EFFECT: supporting foot more naturally, especially when running.

15 cl, 20 dwg

 

The invention relates to footwear, particularly athletic shoes, with the top of the shoes and soles, which is connected with the top of the shoes where the sole has a longitudinal axis and has prednesone region, srednestan region and the heel region.

Sports running shoes should support the foot of the owner of the Shoe in a complicated way. Stop the runner constantly changes its shape during the different phases of each stride. Overall, except for the elastic properties of the material of the Shoe, the Shoe supports the foot permanently. Thus, the Shoe can be designed to maintain the foot in a certain phase of a large step in the optimal way, but it can be limiting with respect to other phases of the stride. These restrictions reduce the comfort of wearing shoes. In addition, the running efficiency may be reduced by limitations that creates the shoes.

Thus, the present invention is to provide footwear, especially sports shoes and specifically krossovki, which provides best and optimized support of the wearer's foot in the different phases of the stride. Thus, the comfort of wearing the shoes needs to be upgraded. The efficiency of the process running also needs to be improved.

The solution to this problem in accordance with the present invention is characterized in that the outsole preduster�is at least one first hinge, positioned between prednisonee region and scenescope area that allows you to bend prednesone region relatively scenescope region around a first horizontal axis perpendicular to the longitudinal axis, as well as the fact that the outsole provides for at least one second hinge, available in scenescope region, which allows bending of two adjacent pieces scenescope the area around the second horizontal axis perpendicular to the longitudinal axis, and at or in the outsole is at least one elastic tensioning element, which shifts prednesone region so that it rotates around a first horizontal axis upward relative to scenescope area when the Shoe is on the ground, and which shifts two parts scenescope the area so that they turned around a second horizontal axis for the formation of the arch, when the Shoe is on the ground.

The tensioning element is preferably a rubber band. A rubber band can have a circular cross-section. She may have a diameter of from 2 mm to 7 mm, preferably 3 mm to 5 mm.

Prednisona region may be tangent to the bottom surface of the candle to the plane, if you look at the side view, and, when the Shoe is in a state without load and set up on the earth, the angle between �the tangent plane and the ground is 15° to 40°, preferably from 20° to 30°.

Two adjacent pieces scenescope region can limit the radius of curvature, wherein the radius of curvature ranges from 15% to 35%, preferably from 20% to 30% of the length of the candle, when the Shoe is in a state without load and is on the ground.

Rubber band is preferably placed at least partially in the channels or grooves which are formed in or on the outsole.

Rubber band can be placed substantially in the form of eight, if you look at the kind of candle to the top.

In prednisonee region may be located at least one third hinge, which allows one section prednisonee the area to be bent relative to another section prednisonee around a third horizontal axis perpendicular to the longitudinal axis.

In addition, scenescope region may be located at least one fourth hinge, which allows one section scenescope the area to be bent relative to another section scenescope region around a fourth horizontal axis that is perpendicular to the longitudinal axis.

Rubber band can be laid from the heel area to the front end of the lining, and a rubber band turns in the front end of the candle and goes back towards the heel area along a certain corner�tion. In this case, going back a rubber band may be below the rubber strip that comes from the heel area. Alternative going back rubber band can pass into or on top of the shoes. The place where a rubber band changes its direction, does not necessarily have to be the front seat of candle. This place can also defend from the front edge of the patch (e.g., by an amount of from 5% to 15% of the total length of the soles).

Rubber band is preferably closed with a ribbon. It may be provided with means for changing the effective length of the tape in order to adjust the desired level of bending of the rubber band effect.

The outsole may have at least one additional groove formed in the bottom surface of the sole and extending substantially in the longitudinal direction of the Shoe, which forms a hinge for bending one part of the candle relative to the other part around the soles of the longitudinal direction of the Shoe.

Thus, when the sole is flexed during contact with the ground, there is also some extension subtag in the longitudinal direction. This also improves the comfort and efficiency of use of the Shoe.

In accordance with the present invention, the shoes may expand and contract along with the foot in accordance with the actual deformation�, caused by forces acting on the foot. Thus, the Shoe can adapt itself to the actual shape of the foot. Thus, shoes and outsole respectively move together with the foot to better support the foot of the owner during each different phases of the stride. Through this natural jumping ability of the foot increases.

Thus, the elastic tensioning element moves the outsole when no external forces are acting in a position that follows the natural shape of the foot in the repulsion phase (phase repulsion toe of the supporting leg) big step.

Shoe pad is described for the production of footwear is formed in a special way. Namely, Shoe pad is formed so as to provide phase repulsion (repulsion phase with the toe of the supporting leg) movement of the foot while running.

The drawings show embodiments of the present invention.

Fig. 1 schematically shows the outsole of the Shoe and the bones of the wearer's foot Shoe in a state free from external loads,

Fig. 2 shows the same outsole with bones in accordance with Fig. 1 in a state in which the outsole, there is the force of the owner of the Shoe,

Fig. 3 schematically shows an illustration of the principle of footwear in accordance with the present invention, in which the Shoe is in a position�AI, free from external loads,

Fig. 4 shows an illustration in accordance with Fig. 3, in which the outsole, there is the force of the owner of the Shoe,

Fig. 5a shows a side view of a cross section of a first embodiment of the Shoe according to the present invention in which the Shoe is in a state free from external loads,

Fig. 5b shows the mirrored side view in cross-section according to Fig. 5a, in which the outsole, there is the force of the owner of the Shoe,

Fig. 6 shows a cross section along line A-A through the outsole in accordance with Fig. 5a,

Fig. 7 shows a cross section along line B-B through the outsole in accordance with Fig. 5a,

Fig. 8 shows a top view of the bottom surface of the soles of shoes to a second embodiment of the Shoe according to the present invention,

Fig. 9 schematically shows a side view of a cross section of the Shoe and the soles in accordance with Fig. 8, and the passage of a rubber band,

Fig. 10 shows the shoes and the outsole in accordance with Fig. 8 on the rear,

Fig. 11 shows in partial cutaway top view of the bottom surface of the soles of shoes to a third embodiment of the Shoe according to the present invention,

Fig. 12 schematically shows in partial cutaway side view of the Shoe in accordancewith Fig. 11,

Fig. 13 schematically shows in partial cutaway side view similar to Fig. 12, in accordance with an alternative implementation,

Fig. 14a shows a side view of a cross section of a further embodiment of the Shoe according to the present invention in which the Shoe is in a state free from external loads,

Fig. 14b shows a top view of the bottom surface of the soles of the Shoe according to Fig. 14a,

Fig. 14c shows a cross section along line C-C according to Fig. 14a and Fig. 14b, respectively,

Fig. 15a shows a side view of a cross section according to Fig. 14a, in which the outsole, there is the force of the owner of the Shoe,

Fig. 15b shows a top view of the bottom surface of the soles of the Shoe according to Fig. 15a, and

Fig. 15c shows a cross section along line D-D in accordance with Fig. 15a and Fig. 15b, respectively.

Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 sole 3 of the Shoe and the bones of the wearer's foot Shoe shown in two different phases. Fig. 1 shows the situation when the shoes have not come into contact with the ground 10, that is, when the shoes are not yet of force on the part of the wearer's foot. Fig. 2 shows the situation when their shoes have a ground contact 10 and the force F from the side of the wearer's foot acts on the shoes and the outsole 3, respectively.

Bones of the wearer's foot shoes the STP�s as Ot for Ossa tarsi (tarsal bone), Me for Metatarsalia (metatarsal), Pp. for Phalanges proximales (short phalanges of the toes) and for Pd Phalanges distales (far phalanges of the toes).

Outsole 3 has prednesone area 4, srednestan region 5 and the heel region 6. We can say that prednisona area 4 extends forward from about 20% to 30% of the entire length of the candle to LS(see Fig. 5a). The heel region 6 extends back to approximately 10% to 20% of the length of the candle to LS. Between prednisonee region 4 and the heel region 6 extends srednetepa region. Two connecting parts 5a and 5b scenescope region 5 shown in the drawings.

By reducing the cross-section, that is, the thickness of the soles 3, between prednisonee region 4 and scenescope region 5, a first hinge 7. In a similar way in the outsole 3 between the two parts 5a and 5b scenescope region 5 of the candle to create a second hinge 8. These two hinge 7, 8 provide relative rotational movement between areas that are connected by hinges; thus the first and second horizontal axis T1and T2set for the rotational displacement.

When comparing Fig. 1 with Fig. 2 it becomes obvious that the shape of the Shoe and the soles 3, respectively, have changed in these two situations.

In a state with no load in accordance with Fig. 1 re�nestopia area 4 looks up from the land of 10, the 11 is a plane tangential to the lower surface of the candle 3 in prednisonee region 4, forms an angle α with the ground surface 10, which in this case is approximately 30°. In addition, the bottom surface scenescope region 5, and more specifically two connecting parts 5a and 5b scenescope region 5 is formed in the shape of a set and determine the radius of curvature R. the radius R is approximately 30% of the length LSpatch 3 in this case.

The situation completely changes when the Shoe and the outsole 3 respectively in contact with the ground 10, as can be seen in Fig. 2. Now, thanks to a corresponding rotational displacement around the axes T1and T2the angle α has reached almost 0°, and the radius of curvature R is increased significantly, so that the whole outsole 3 is almost flat with its bottom side on the ground 10.

If the Shoe is released from the force F, it again occupies the position according to Fig. 1 due to the elastic tensioning element 9, which is not shown in Fig. 1 and Fig. 2. This is schematically shown in Fig. 3 and Fig. 4, respectively, for the no load condition (Fig. 3) and in the loaded state (Fig. 4).

Fig. 3 and Fig. 4 shows the kinematic substitution model of candle. Fig. 3 corresponds to Fig. 1, i.e., no external forces on the shoes do not work. Fig. 4 shoes the force F and deformi�attempt it.

According to Fig. 3 elastic tensioning element 9 (rubber band) slip soles so that below the tarsal bones forms the arcuate profile of the arch. At the same time prednisona area goes up. It should be noted that this description is only schematic. Precise control of the rubber tape 9 is controlled so as to achieve the same effect.

Fig. 4 one can notice that the external force F deforms the outsole so that different parts of the soles are rotated around the axes T1and T2.

The first specific embodiment of the present invention shown in Fig. 5, Fig. 6 and Fig. 7. On the top drawing of Fig. 5a shows the state of the shoes without load (without external forces (F); mirroring in accordance with Fig. 5b shows the same shoes, but under a load force F (in accordance with Fig. 2). Full length soles 3 and shoes respectively denoted as LSand is measured in the direction of the longitudinal axis L.

Fig. 5a can again be noted that prednisona area 4 extends up rubber tape 9, which is included in the outsole 3 so that the plane 11 with the earth creates 10 the angle α (approximately 25° in this embodiment). In addition, the radius of curvature R is determined by the parts 5a and 5b scenescope region 5 (R represents approximately 25% of� of length L S). In the loaded state in accordance with Fig. 5b - the lower surface of the sole is substantially flat, i.e. the angle α is nearly zero and the radius R becomes very large.

Fig. 5a, 5b, one can also notice that in the sum of four different hinge 7, 8, 13 and 14 are corresponding reduction in the thickness of the soles 3. Consequently are created four horizontal axis T1, T2, T3and T4around which is possible relative rotational movement. It should be noted that due to the fact that the entire structure of the soles is made of plastic, when it comes to the deformability of candle 3, creates a generally deformable design. To avoid this, the hinges 7, 8, 13, 14 lower bending stiffness of the soles in the appropriate places so that the bend in these places can occur more easily in comparison with the rest of the candle. The stiffness of the soles bending around the axis T in the locations of the hinges is 33%, preferably 25% or less, compared with the rigidity in bending away from the hinged sections.

Rubber tape 9 is held in the outsole so that the outsole is created referred to preload in order to shift the different areas of the soles, as explained above. This can be seen on t�ex the drawings Fig. 5, Fig. 6 and Fig. 7, where the corresponding provision of the rubber strip 9 is obvious.

It can also be seen in the drawings Fig. 8, Fig. 9 and Fig. 10, which shows a second embodiment of the Shoe according to the present invention. Rubber band 9 extends substantially in the shape of the digit "eight", as can be seen in Fig. 8. The point of intersection 17 is scenescope region 5. Rubber belt 9 passes around the heel of the sole 3 in the heel area 6 (see Fig. 10) and laid in the grooves 12, which are formed in the bottom side of the candle 3 in the direction of prednesone region 4. As can be seen in Fig. 9, the rubber tape 9 extends to the front of prednesone region 4 and turns, that is changes its direction so that it passes back some distance from the top of the shoes.

Alternative third embodiment of the Shoe 1 in accordance with the present invention shown in Fig. 11 and Fig. 12. Basically the passage of the rubber strip 9 is similar to the second embodiment of the in accordance with the drawings of Fig. 8-10. Now rubber band 9 extends in the heel area 6 in the groove 12 has a circular shape and from there passes in the form of the digit "eight" to prednisonee region 4. Again, the rubber belt 9 rotates in front of prednesone region 4. Changed the direction of the p�sinoway tape 9 now passes back below the rubber strip 9, which runs from the back of the candle to 3, as can be seen in Fig. 12.

The length of changing its direction, i.e. turning part of the rubber band 9 (for both variants of the implementation according to Fig. 9 and Fig. 12) ranged from approximately 15% to 33% of the length LSin the direction of the longitudinal axis L. With this optimizes the desired bias effect.

Regarding the drawings Fig. 8 and Fig. 11 it should be mentioned that in the bottom surface of the sole 3 are arranged more grooves 15 and 16, which are substantially in the direction of the longitudinal axis L. By means of these grooves of different parts of the soles, which are created near the grooves 15, 16, can be rotated around an axis that runs parallel to the longitudinal axis L. Thus, the outsole can better adapt to the shape of the earth.

After a rubber band 9 - when viewed from the side and consider the height of the tape 9 above ground 10 - I should say that the exact passage of the tape 9 is done so to implement the desired bias effect, so that we have created the respective shoulders of the lever forces a rubber band. While the rubber tape 9 extends in the heel region 6 and in scenescope region 5 is substantially close to the bottom surface of the candle to 3 (namely, the additional groove in the form of the digit "eight, formed in the bottom surface of the candle), it can be somewhat higher in prednisonee region 4. This can be seen in Fig. 12, where the guide channel 18 formed in the outsole 3 and leads the rubber band 9 (shown by the shaded area) in the outsole 3 at a higher level, when it reaches prednisonee region 4.

In General, the rubber band is moved between the lower surface and the upper surface of the candle in a suitable manner so that the rubber band is created corresponding torques to be bending and shifting effect in the outsole.

This can also be seen in Fig. 13, which shows the solution alternative solution as shown in Fig. 12. Rubber band 9 again shows the shaded area. Here is a high level noted in 19 prednisonee region and scenescope the area where the rubber band 9 is relatively high, so that she could create the desired torque in the outsole to pull the outsole and therefore the shoes in the position shown in Fig. 5a.

In the drawings Fig. 14 and Fig. 15 shows an additional aspect of the present invention: when the outsole 3 is viewed in the longitudinal direction (see specifically Fig. 14c and Fig. 15c), it is obvious that in this direction also done preliminary �imovane. In the drawings Fig. 14a, Fig. 14b and Fig. 14c illustrates a case when the shoes are released from external loads, such as when she has no contact with the ground. Thus, there is a situation similar to the side view, like Fig. 5a. When viewed in the longitudinal direction L, outsole 3 has a concave shape on its lower side (see Fig. 14c). Consequently, the bottom of the candle to negatively curved in the transverse arch when the shoes is not applied force directed downwards. Only when the Shoe applied load, i.e. when the contact with the ground and the weight of the owner of the Shoe acts on the outsole 3, the bottom of the candle 3 is flat in the transverse arch, as can be seen in Fig. 15c.

When it comes to Shoe, used Shoe Shoe. Shoes Shoe is built around the pads, which is a model of the human foot. Typically used Shoe block, which is based on human foot, in a suspended position, which is the same as that of the phase of the Mach during the run. In this case, a Shoe pad, the shape of which corresponds to the Shoe shown in Fig. 5a, that is, the Shoe pad is cut in cross section of the arch and has a high bending of the toes.

Reference signs

1 - Shoes

2 - Top shoes

3 - Outsole

4 - Perret�nestopia region

5 - Srednetepa region

5a - Part scenescope

5b - Part scenescope

6 - the Heel region

7, the First hinge

8 - the Second hinge

9 - Elastic tensioning element (rubber band)

10 - Earth

11 - Tangent plane

12 - Channel/groove

13 - the Third hinge

14 - the Fourth hinge

15 - Groove

16 - Groove

17 - the point of intersection

18 - Guide channel

19 - High level

L - Longitudinal axis

LS- The length of the subtag

T1- First horizontal axis

T2The second horizontal axis

T3- The third horizontal axis

T4- The fourth horizontal axis

α - the Angle

R is the Radius of curvature

F - Force

Ot - Ossa tarsi (tarsal bone)

Me - Metatarsalia (metatarsal)

Pp - Phalanges proximales (short phalanges of the toes)

Pd - Phalanges distales (far phalanges of the toes)

1. Shoes (1), especially a sports Shoe, having a top (2) and an outsole (3), which is connected with the top (2) and the outsole (3) has a longitudinal axis (L) and has prednesone region (4), srednestan region (5) and the heel region (6), characterized in that the outsole (3) has at least one first hinge (7) located between prednisonee area (4) and scenescope area (5), which allows you to bend prednesone region (4) the relative�about scenescope region (5) around a first horizontal axis (T 1) perpendicular to the longitudinal axis (L) and the outsole (3) has at least one second hinge (8), located in scenescope region (5), which allows bending of two adjacent pieces (5A, 5b) scenescope region (5) around the second horizontal axis (T2) perpendicular to the longitudinal axis (L), or in the outsole (3) is at least one elastic tensioning element (9), which shifts prednesone region (4) so that it rotates around a first horizontal axis (T1up relatively scenescope region (5), when the Shoe is on the ground (10), and which shifts two parts (5a, 5b) scenescope region (5) so that they turned around a second horizontal axis (T2) for the formation of the arch, when the Shoe is on the ground (10).

2. Footwear according to claim 1, characterized in that the tension element (9) is rubber band.

3. Footwear according to claim 2, characterized in that the rubber strip (9) has a circular cross-section.

4. Footwear according to claim 3, characterized in that the rubber strip (9) has a diameter of from 2 mm to 7 mm, preferably 3 mm to 5 mm.

5. Footwear according to one of claims. 1-4, characterized in that prednisona region (4) is tangent to the bottom surface of the candle to the plane (11) at the front end of the candle (3), when viewed from the side, and, when the Shoe is in a state without n�of the burden and costs on the ground (10), the angle (α) between the tangent plane (11) and earth (10) is from 15° to 40°, preferably from 20° to 30°.

6. Footwear according to claim 1, characterized in that the two connecting parts (5A, 5b) scenescope region (5) limit the radius of curvature (R), and the radius of curvature ranges from 15% to 35%, preferably from 20% to 30% of the length (Ls) candle (3), when the Shoe is in a state without load and is on the ground (10).

7. Footwear according to claim 2, characterized in that the rubber strip (9) is held at least partially in the channels or grooves (12) formed in or on the outsole (3).

8. Footwear according to claim 2, characterized in that the rubber strip (9) is placed essentially in the form of eight, if you look at the outsole (3) above.

9. Footwear according to claim 1, characterized in that in prednisonee region (4) is at least one third hinge (13), which provides flexion of one section prednisonee region (4) relative to another section prednisonee around a third horizontal axis (T3) perpendicular to the longitudinal axis (L).

10. Footwear according to claim 1, characterized in that in scenescope region (5) is at least one fourth hinge (14), which provides flexion of one section scenescope region (5) relative to another section scenescope the area around fourth horizontally� axis (T 4) perpendicular to the longitudinal axis (L).

11. Footwear according to claim 2, characterized in that the rubber strip (9) is laid from the heel area (6) to the front end of the candle (3), and rubber strip (9) turns into the front end of the sole (3) and goes back in the direction of the heel area (6) for a certain length.

12. Footwear according to claim 11, characterized in that the running back has a rubber band (9) passes below the rubber strip (9), which comes from the heel area (6).

13. Footwear according to claim 11, characterized in that the running back has a rubber band (9) is held in or on the top (2) of the Shoe.

14. Footwear according to claim 2, characterized in that the rubber strip (9) is a closed-loop tape.

15. Footwear according to claim 1, characterized in that the outsole (3) has at least one additional groove (15, 16) formed in the bottom surface of the sole (3) and extending essentially in the longitudinal direction (L) of the Shoe (1), which forms a hinge for bending one part of the patch (3) relative to the other part of the patch (3) around the longitudinal direction (L) of the Shoe.



 

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11 cl, 3 dwg

FIELD: shoe industry.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to shoe industry, particularly can be used for forced internal footwear ventilation due to atmospheric air injection through footwear toes. The atmospheric air is injected through horizontal elastic channeling arranged in the sole. The sole consists of at least three layers firmly interconnected. The centre contains soft and elastic material layer with horizontal elastic tubes. Elastic tubes or elastic channels are not interconnected. In walking the heel back interacts to the surface of the former, then sole and surface contact is shifted to the sole toes. Simultaneously the load is sequentially shifted from the heel to the sole toes. Under the gravity channels are deformed and blocked thus pushing the air through the channels from the heel to the footwear toes. Elastic tubes or elastic channels is small-diameter round or elliptic sectioned herewith the internal diameter does not exceed 1.5-2.0 mm. Pressure increase inside of the footwear causes air and water vapour exhaust through the natural cracks between a foot, internal surface of footwear top and toe material. It is repeated with each step, i.e. in walking horizontal channelling represents the pump which injects the atmospheric air to the footwear toe.

EFFECT: improved footwear comfort and hygienic properties.

2 dwg

FIELD: household goods and personal effects.

SUBSTANCE: atmospheric air is pumped through the system of horizontal elastic channels available in the shoe sole. They are placed in the cellular layer and do not interact with each other. While walking, the rear part of the leg heel interacts with the support surface of the front part. Then the sole contact with the surface moves to the toe part. At the same time, the load moves subsequently from heels to toe. The elastic channels of minor diameter of the cross section are deformed and blocked under the gravity effect. It helps to push air from hell to toe part of the show. The channel section diameter does not exceed 1.5-2.0 mm. Pressure is increased in the inner shoe volume resulting in air and water steam release through the natural slots between feet, inner surface of shoe top and toe material. The same action is repeated at each step, i.e. the system of elastic, horizontal channels is represented with a pump, which pumps atmospheric air into the toe part of the shoe.

EFFECT: more comfortable shoes, improved hygienic properties due to atmospheric air pumping through the toe shoe part.

2 dwg

FIELD: shoe industry, in particular, manufacture of shoes equipped with devices facilitating acting walking and rolling.

SUBSTANCE: apparatus has upper portion provided with shoe top part and sole provided with at least mid portion, lower portion and lower sole layer. Lower layer of mid portion of sole and lower layer of sole have random convex or arched shape or shape of segment of circle.

EFFECT: increased efficiency in protecting of user's joints, enhanced growth of muscles and strengthening of posture.

21 cl, 14 dwg

FIELD: shoe industry, in particular, manufacture of shoes equipped with devices facilitating acting walking and rolling.

SUBSTANCE: apparatus has upper portion provided with shoe top part and sole provided with at least mid portion, lower portion and lower sole layer. Lower layer of mid portion of sole and lower layer of sole have random convex or arched shape or shape of segment of circle.

EFFECT: increased efficiency in protecting of user's joints, enhanced growth of muscles and strengthening of posture.

21 cl, 14 dwg

FIELD: household goods and personal effects.

SUBSTANCE: atmospheric air is pumped through the system of horizontal elastic channels available in the shoe sole. They are placed in the cellular layer and do not interact with each other. While walking, the rear part of the leg heel interacts with the support surface of the front part. Then the sole contact with the surface moves to the toe part. At the same time, the load moves subsequently from heels to toe. The elastic channels of minor diameter of the cross section are deformed and blocked under the gravity effect. It helps to push air from hell to toe part of the show. The channel section diameter does not exceed 1.5-2.0 mm. Pressure is increased in the inner shoe volume resulting in air and water steam release through the natural slots between feet, inner surface of shoe top and toe material. The same action is repeated at each step, i.e. the system of elastic, horizontal channels is represented with a pump, which pumps atmospheric air into the toe part of the shoe.

EFFECT: more comfortable shoes, improved hygienic properties due to atmospheric air pumping through the toe shoe part.

2 dwg

FIELD: shoe industry.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to shoe industry, particularly can be used for forced internal footwear ventilation due to atmospheric air injection through footwear toes. The atmospheric air is injected through horizontal elastic channeling arranged in the sole. The sole consists of at least three layers firmly interconnected. The centre contains soft and elastic material layer with horizontal elastic tubes. Elastic tubes or elastic channels are not interconnected. In walking the heel back interacts to the surface of the former, then sole and surface contact is shifted to the sole toes. Simultaneously the load is sequentially shifted from the heel to the sole toes. Under the gravity channels are deformed and blocked thus pushing the air through the channels from the heel to the footwear toes. Elastic tubes or elastic channels is small-diameter round or elliptic sectioned herewith the internal diameter does not exceed 1.5-2.0 mm. Pressure increase inside of the footwear causes air and water vapour exhaust through the natural cracks between a foot, internal surface of footwear top and toe material. It is repeated with each step, i.e. in walking horizontal channelling represents the pump which injects the atmospheric air to the footwear toe.

EFFECT: improved footwear comfort and hygienic properties.

2 dwg

FIELD: individual supplies.

SUBSTANCE: sport footwear sole, particularly footwear sole for racing skis or telemark style skiing consists of a back or heel part where heel is placed, and a front part or toe part. The latter is cup-shaped and made from solely hard material, mainly plastic. Underneath, the sole is provided with a cover piece located on the front and back part. The cover piece is made from relatively soft, rubber-like material. There are several cross grooves made in the sole bottom at least within zone (M) located in metatarsophalangeal joint of foot flexure. The preset overall sole thickness and height (h) accordingly, is defined by the said cover piece thickness plus the thickness of those sole parts made from hard materials. The front part of sole at least from the upper side, is made slightly cup-shaped and smooth, and at footwear bottom. Within zone (M) of metatarsophalangeal joint of foot flexure, the sole maximum thickness is 50%, namely 30-35% from the overall thickness (h) of sole provided that preset overall sole thickness (h), which is comprised of hard and soft materials thicknesses, is invariable. In addition to cross grooves available in cover piece at least one guiding longitudinal groove is made. The bottom of part of cross and/or longitudinal grooves is made in the front part of the sole with relatively hard material.

EFFECT: technical result provides for footwear sole using according to invention and lies in applying simple technology of manufacture; so, sole has maximum bending elasticity and flexibility in metatarsophalangeal joint of foot flexure without loss of side stability chosen as structural basis.

11 cl, 3 dwg

FIELD: personal utensils, clothes.

SUBSTANCE: diagonally tortiled sole consists of a soft lower part of the sole and bottom of the intermediate part, whereat the latter is connected with the soft lower part of the sole. Various rigid inserts may be set into the soft lower part. Soft lower part is covered with rigid and resistant to wear out-sole. Soft lower part of the sole along with the tortiled, flexible, rigid or elastic slab may form a packing, which may consist of several parts. Tortiled slab may be presented by an even slab or a slab of dissimilar thickness. The sole or the bottom of the intermediate part may also have a tortiled shape. Such a diagonally tortiled sole may be used for manufacturing of foot wear with specified type of the sole.

EFFECT: correction of the correct manner of foot placing and rolling over when walking.

8 cl, 19 dwg

FIELD: personal use articles.

SUBSTANCE: sole of shoe for cross-country skis or telemark style skiing consists of back part, which comprises shoe heel (13) and front part (12), having slightly cup-like shape. Sole (10) is wholly made of comparatively rigid material, preferably, plastic, and on the side of bottom in the area of front part (12) and/or in the area of back part (11) it is equipped with a layer (14) of protector from comparatively soft, preferably, rubber-like material. To improve bend elasticity, thickness of front part (12), which is on top fixed to shoe in the form of external layer, at least in the area of metatarsophalangeal section M is considerably reduced compared to other parts of sole (10), in particular compared to area (30) adjacent to metatarsophalangeal section M and diverging towards back edge of sole (10). Thickness of area (30) continuously increases, starting from metatarsophalangeal section (M) and stretching in direction of front part. As a result, elasticity of bend around axis, which is mostly transverse to longitudinal direction of sole (10) on metatarsophalangeal section M, achieves maximum value. Using sole of the invention, ski shoes were made with such a sole.

EFFECT: consists in the fact that relatively high longitudinal bend elasticity is achieved with preservation of proper side stability and simplicity of manufacturing.

20 cl, 4 dwg

FIELD: personal use articles.

SUBSTANCE: shoe sole (100; 200; 300; 400) includes support layer (101; 201; 301; 401), which has at least one area (103; 203; 303; 403) that makes it possible for air to pass through layer (101; 201; 301; 401). It includes one or more reinforcement elements (111; 211; 311; 411), connected to one side of layer (101; 201; 301; 401) in at least one area (103; 203; 303; 403), where through holes are arranged (113; 213; 313; 413) for removal of air that has passed through the area; and membrane (117; 290; 390; 417). The latter is made of material, which is water impermeable and steam permeable, and is arranged over at least one area (101; 201; 301; 401) opposite to elements (111; 211; 311; 411). At the same time membrane is tightly connected to layer (101; 201; 301; 401) at least along one contour (115; 215; 305) around at least one area (103; 203; 303; 403). Such connection makes it possible to form air chamber (140; 288; 388; 488) over at least one area (103; 203; 303; 403). At the same time membrane has at least one freely oscillating section, acting as pumping surface in process of foot motion. Compression and expansion of air chamber produced as a result provides for generation of air flow, which passes through at least one area (103; 203; 303; 403) and holes (113; 213; 313; 413) of one or more reinforcing elements (111; 211; 311; 411). Shoes may also be produced with a sole according to invention.

EFFECT: increased efficiency of moisture removal from shoes and elimination of membrane damage in process of operation.

21 cl, 25 dwg

Shoes // 2403837

FIELD: personal use articles.

SUBSTANCE: module with the rotary plate for embedding into shoe soles in the form of pre-assembled node contains a basic detail, a rotary plate installed on the basic detail for a limited rotation relative to the basic detail in each direction of rotation from the starting position, with an elastic element mounted between the rotary plate and the basic detail to ensure the return of the rotary plate to its original position after the turn, and O-ring. The latter is applied to the basic detail to find outside the periphery of the rotary plate so that the rotary plate is placed between the O-ring and the basic detail. At that the outer surface of the rotary plate is in sliding contact with an adjoining surface of the O-ring, whereby the O-ring prevents the access of dirt or mud inside the module. The module is made with an ability to install in a pre-formed structure of the sole so that the rotary plate is open through a hole in the outer sole of this structure. Use of the pre-assembled module with the rotary plate facilitates its insertion into a shoe using a general technique of mass production of shoes.

EFFECT: simplification of manufacture and insertion of the module of the invention into teva shoes to ensure the sole rotation around the rotary plate when turning or twisting of the user's foot at the moment when the rotary plate is in contact with the ground.

24 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: personal use articles.

SUBSTANCE: invention proposes a flexible sole of shoes for cross-country skis, including at least two connecting units (16, 18) for its connection to the fixation device. Besides, these connecting units include elements of anchor fixation (48, 50) in the sole (14). Connecting units are fixed on the common part of anchor fixture (46), which is rigidly connected to the sole (14). The anchor fixture part includes two fixing zones (58, 60). At the same time each connecting unit is fixed on one of fixing zones, and the anchor fixation part includes a central zone (62), which passes between two fixing zones. The anchor fixation part of the sole has flexibility, which ensures folding of sole part when shoes are used, in which the anchor fixation part is integrated. When shoes are used, folding of the sole part, where the anchor fixation part is integrated, results in relative displacement of both connecting units. Cross-country skis shoes contain a sole made in compliance with the sole invention.

EFFECT: invention provides reliable fixation of connecting units without excessive stiffening of the sole in the part, where connecting units are fixed.

18 cl, 9 dwg

FIELD: personal appliances.

SUBSTANCE: invention refers to footwear (1), especially athletic footwear having an upper portion (2) and an outsole (3) attached to the upper portion (2); the outsole (3) has a long axis (L) and has an anterior foot (4), a middle foot (5) and a heel (6). The outsole (3) has at least one first pivot (7) arranged between the anterior foot (4) and the middle foot (5), which enables bend the anterior foot (4) in relation to the middle foot (5) about a first horizontal axis (T1) perpendicular to the long axis (L), and the outsole (3) has at least one second pivot (8) arranged in the middle portion (5) and enabling bending two adjoining portions (5a, 5b) of the middle foot (5) about the second horizontal axis (T2) perpendicular to the long axis (L); on or in the outsole (3) there is at least one flexible tension unit (9), which displaces the anterior foot (4) so that it turns about the first horizontal axis (T1) upwards in relation to the middle foot (5), when the footwear stands on the ground (10), and which displaces the two portions (5a, 5b) of the middle foot (5) so that they turn about the second horizontal axis (T2) to form an arch, when the footwear stands on the ground (10).

EFFECT: supporting foot more naturally, especially when running.

15 cl, 20 dwg

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