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Aug. 31, 1937.
J_ GANCY
2,091,707
HEEL GUARD
‘ Original Filled June 7, 1935
INVENTOR.
Julius G'czrzcy
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Patented Aug. 31, 1937
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2,091,707
HEEL‘ GUARD
Julius Gancy, Newark, N.'J.
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.‘A‘pplications‘June '7, 1935,.Serial No..25,402
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'RenewedJanuary 25, 1937
' 4 Claims.
, Thisinvention relates to shoe heels in general,
and particularly to aheelguardintended to be
interposedbetween the heel bodyand the lift.
One. of the‘ objects of this invention is to'pro
I vide a heel with or without an interior or exterior
reinforcement, equipped with a lift andan .inter- ‘
mediate guard, by means of > which the heel vbody
may be guarded againstdamage in the event .the
lift. becomes jdisengaged.
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exterior edges of the cutouts provided in the heel
guard, thus preventing any of the nails from com
ing .too‘ close to the edges of the heel. This is
particularly, of importance when generally used
wooden heels are concerned, where it often hap
pens that the attaching nails split the heel body
and prevent re-use thereof for attaching a new ‘
lift:
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In Figure 2 will be seen the end portion of the‘
Another object of thislinvention is? to provide‘, heel, consisting. of a heel body H, a lift l8, and a
a-heel guard having means for directly securing
it to the heel body, and having additional means
for controlling the attachment of a lift to and heel
body, so as to preclude the latter from. splitting;
when. such lift is being ‘attached eitherv to anew
heel or re-attached-‘tdan old heel.
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The foregoing, and‘ still other objects‘ and ad
vantages of ‘the'presentinvention, will become
more fully apparent from the ensuing description,
20 in connection with the. accompanying drawing,.in
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Figurelis a planview of a preferred form of
my heel guard.
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Figure '2 is an end view thereof',.’as attached
25 between a heel body and a lift.
Figure 3 is an illustration of a shoe provided
with a reinforced heel, a lift and a heel guard
interposed between the heel body and the lift, the
heel portion being in cross-section.
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heel guard ll), disposed between the lift and the
heel body,l.and there is‘ also indicated a rein
forcement '59, shown in broken‘ lines in Figure 1,
at the. interior face of the heel, intended to guard
that‘ face ‘against injury‘and to stiffen its con
struction. This reinforcement is preferably pro
vided at the bottom ‘with two lugs 20, which are
bent over the inner edge of the heel body, as
may be clear-ly‘seen in Figure 3. ‘
A detaillview of the construction of the rein
forcement‘is shown in Figure ll, in which it is
clearly seen that lugs 20 are spaced from one
another bya cutout 2|‘. ~ Lugs 20 are intended to.
be imb‘eddedin ‘the heel material ‘and are covered
by the two‘ solid ends of-theheel guard, as shown 25
medias-‘1.- 'The cutout 21- is designed to permit
a nail to be driven into the heel, as shown at 22,
for attaching lift l8, at the middle of its straight
inner edge.
In Figure 6 a modi?ed construction of the rein
Figure 4 is a perspective detail view of a portion
of a reinforcement adapted to be provided at forcement I9’ is illustrated, in which, instead of
side lugs 20, a central lug 22 is illustrated, which
the interior face of the heel body.
is adapted to register with cutout 13 of the heel
Figure 5 shows a disassembled heel of another
guard. The V-shaped lug 22 is preferably pro
type, provided with a lift and a heel guard, and
vide-d with an aperture 23, for permitting a nail
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Figure 6 is a perspective view of a portion of a
to be passed therethrough.
heel reinforcement of a modi?ed construction.
Referring now to Figure 5, there will be seen
Referring now to the ?gures, numeral 10 de
what is known as a ?at heel 24, also provided with
notes my heel guard, having preferably the out
line of the lower end of the heel and provided a reinforcement at its inner face, indicated at 25,
of a construction as that shown either in Figure 4
40 with an upper cutout I I, and side cutouts l2, and
a V-shaped bottom cutout I3. The heel guard or Figure 6. Over the heel body there is shown
a heel guard I0, and above the heel guard is illus
is preferably made of a sheet metal stamping of
trated a rubber heel or lift 26. Through the heel
any suitable material, such as brass, steel, stain
less steel, etc., and it is to be understood that I guard, shown in cross-section, passes an attach
shall not be limited to the particular material ing nail 21, adapted to be directly driven into the
heel body 24.
employed.
Rubber heel or lift 26 is also shown provided
In the connections 14 and I5, dividing the heel
with
attaching nails 28, intended to be driven
guard into ?elds, there are provided apertures 16,
intended to receive suitable attaching means, such into the heel body after the attachment of the
heel guard. These nails are arranged in the man
50 as screws, pins, nails, and the like, for the pur
pose‘ of securing the heel guard directly to the ner indicated by broken line circles in Figure 1.‘
body of the heel. When the lift, made of either Nail 21 is adapted to engage the upper aperture I6
of the heel guard.
rubber, leather, or any other material, is to be at
From the foregoing description, it will be clearly
tached to the heel over the heel guard, the nails or
55 pins used for thus attaching it are guided by the seen that the heel guard is interposed between the
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heel body and the lift or rubber heel, and is in
tended not only to serve as a guard for the heel
when the lift is worn down or lost, but is designed
to de?ne the placing of the attaching nails of
the lift within the heel body in such a manner as
to effectively prevent splitting of the heel or driv
ing the nails through the sides of the heel, both
of which possibilities are most undesirable. The
heel guard also serves for securely holding down
the inner face heel reinforcement, sometimes ad
vantageous to be provided in connection with the
heel body.
In the drawing, I have shown a speci?c con
struction of a reinforced heel, and a speci?c con
15 struction of a heel guard, the latter provided with
means for attaching it to the heel body and means
for controlling or guiding the fastening meansv
for the lift or rubber heel relative to the heel body
for preventing splitting thereof and for prevent
ing the driving of the nails through the sides of
the heel.
It is to be clearly understood that While such
speci?c structures are illustrated and described,
changes and improvements may be made both in
25 the heel and the heel guard, as long as the above
described principal features of my invention are
present, and I reserve for myself the right to
make changes and improvements in my inven
tion, without departing from the broad scope
30 thereof, as set forth in the annexed claims:
I claim:
1. The combination with a heel provided with a
tread member, of a heel guard interposed between
the heel body and said tread member, said heel
guard comprising a peripheral rim portion, sub
stantially corresponding to the exterior curvature
of the heel, and having a cutout at the front edge
of the heel, substantially cross-shaped connec
tions provided within the rim portion and divid
40 ing the heel guard into ?elds, said connections
provided with means for facilitating the fastening
of the heel guard directly to the body, the interior
peripheral edges of said ?elds being adapted for
controlling the location of fastening means for
45 attaching the tread member to the heel.
2. The combination with a heel having a tread
member, of a heel guard interposed between the
heel body and the tread member, said heel guard
comprising a peripheral, curved rim portion cor
responding to the exterior contour of the heel and
a front, substantially straight portion, corre
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sponding to the front edge of the heel, substan
tially cross-shaped braces connecting the curved
and straight rim portions and forming at the
latter portion the sides of a recess or cutout,
which cutout serves for the reception of fastening 10
means for the tread member, located exteriorly
to said guard, said braces having means for ac
commodating fastening means for attaching the
guard directly to the heel body, said braces divid
ing the guard into ?elds, the interior peripheral
edges of which serving for controlling the location
or positioning of fastening means for the tread
member, passing through the attached guard.
3. Ina heel guard, a sheet member provided
with a curved outer and a substantially straight 20
front rim portion, a pair ‘of braces connecting the
outer and front rim portions and dividing the
interior of the guard into ?elds, the portions of
the braces connected with the front rim portion
forming the sides of a recess or cutout, said 25
braces provided with means for accommodating
fastening means for attaching the guard directly
to the heel, the interior peripheral edges of the
?elds serving as guides for fastening means for
attaching a lift to a heel through said guard, while 30
said recess or cutout permits the passage there
through of fastening means exterior of the guard.
4. A heel guard, comprising a plate from which
portions are removed so that the remaining ma
terial forms a substantially horseshoe-shaped 35
outer rim, a front, substantially straight portion
and substantially X-shaped braces connecting the
rim with said latter portion, the ends of said
braces associated with said straight portion form
ing a recess, said braces dividing the interior of
the plate into ?elds, the interior peripheral edges
of the ?elds serving as guides for lift fastening
means, said braces provided with means for
accommodating attaching means for the guard.
JULIUS GANCY.
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