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Патент USA US2105335

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Jan. 11, 1938.
p_ y, SWLEY
FOOTWEAR
' Filed Dec. 1o, 1936
2,105,335
2,105,335l
Patented Jan. 11, 1938
UNITED STATES PA’I'EN'Í'n OFFICE
2,105,335
FOOTWEAR
Pearl Y. Smiley, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, as
«signor to The B. F. Goodrich Company, New
York, N. Y., a. corporation of New York
Application December 10, 1936, Serial No. 115,200
4 claims. -(ci. ses-'7.3)
upon the foot, eyelets I9, I9, may be provided
This invention relates to footwear, and espe
cially to footwear of the fur-trimmed galosh or
overshoe type.
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for suitable lacing.
A fur strip I5 is provided, preferably with a
Such footwear has been constructed heretofore binding strip I3, of fabric or other suitable mate
by attachment of the fur trimming strip to the rial, secured about the edge of the strip I5 as 5
inner face of the upper, but this has had the by stitching I4. The fur strip is secured in'suh
objection that the ridge of fur. at the inner face K stantially edge-on relation to the edge of the
of the upper rubs against the stocking of the upper preferably by an overcast stitch I'l passing
wearer, soiling the latter and wearing the fur.
through the fur strip, the binding strip >I3 and
In some cases the fur trimming strip has been two plies of the upper IIJ. The fur strip is then 10
attached only at the outer face of the upper but brought outward and downward to present 'its
here the edge of the upper has been objection
fur side out at the upper margin of the upper,
ably exposed. Also the edge of the upper has not and preferably the strip is secured at the outer
been adequately stiff so that unsightly gaping face of the upper by a stitching I8 passing
of the margins of the shoe opening has occurred through the strip and upper.
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when the shoe has been unlaced, either on or
This construction has the important advan
off the foot.
tage that the fur strip is securely attached to the
Also, in these prior expedients, the fur strip margin of the upper with economy of material,
has been attached at its margin fur side to the i there being no waste-producing lapping of the
upper and then folded over to expose the fur fur strip for the attachment, and no ridge of the 20
with the result that an appreciable unexposed fur is produced at the inner face of the upper
Width of the strip margin has been wasted so such as might rub objectionably against the
far as appearance is concerned.
stocking of the wearer. Also the margin of the
The chief objects of the present invention are upper is well stiñ'ened-so that even when it is
to provide a trimmed article of footwear 'in which unlaced its sides tend to close together attrac- 25
a ridge of the` trimming strip is avoided which tively.as.shown at 20 in Fig. 1.
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might rub objectionably against the 'stocking of
In the embodiment of Figs. 4 and 5 a binding
the wearer, in which the margin of the upper is strip 13a provided about the edge of the upper IU,
adequately stiifened for maintaining an attrac
instead of the fur strip, and this binding strip is
tive form when the shoe is unlaced, and in which secured to the upper by stitching I 4a. Overcast 30
security of attachmentY is provided with economy stitching' I'Ia secures the fur strip in edge-on
of materials and convenience of procedure.
relation to the upper, as shown.
'I'hese and further objects will be apparent
In some cases it m'ay be desired to provide two.
from the following description, reference being binding strips, one for the fur strip as in Figs. 1
had to the accompanying drawing in which:
to 3 and one for the upper as in Figs. 4 and 5, 35
Fig. 1 is a perspective View of a fur-trimmed the fur part and the upper being secured in edge
shoe of the galosh type constructed according to on relation as by an overcast stitching passing
and embodying the invention in its preferred through both binding strips, the fur strip and
form.
upper.
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Fig. 2 is a section of the margin of the upper
While fur is the preferred material for the' dec- 40
showing a fur strip attached thereto in accord
orative strip, other material, such for example as
ance with the invention.
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plush fabric, velvet or leather, may be used if
Fig. 3.is a similar section showing the pre
desired. The invention is advantageous especial
ferred complete »attachment of the fur strip to ly with fur, however, because of the thickness of
the upper, the section being taken along the line this material and the desirability of preventing 45
3-3 of Fig. 1.
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undesirable rubbingv of it against the stocking of
Figs. 4 and 5 are views like Figs. 2 and 3, the wearer.
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respectively, but showinga modified construction.
Variations may be made without departing
The shoe illustrated in Figs. 1 to 3 comprises from the scope of the invention as it is deñned
an upper I0, preferably of two-ply ysheet mate
in the following claims.
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rial, including an inner facing II of rubberized
I claim:
fabric adhered to an outer facing I2 which may
l. An article of footwear comprising an upper,
be of any suitable material such as velvet, suede a fur strip having a binding strip at an edge
cloth or the like. The shoe preferably is slit at thereof, lthe fur strip being secured in_substan
55 its front. and for closing it and securing the shoe ~tially edge-on relation of its bound edge to .the 55
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edge of the upper by stitches passing throughA
the fur strip, the binding strip and upper, and
upper, and a fur strip attached in substantially
edge-on relation tothe edge of the upper with
. the fur strip being stitched at its other margin`
to the outer face o1'l the upper so that the furestrip
is held bent over from the edge of the upper and
to the outer face thereof, and, whereas the edge
of the upper is concealed by the fur, substan
tiaily no ridge of' fur is‘presented to rub against
the stocking of the wearer.
the binding strip intervening, the stitches pass
ing through the fur strip, the binding strip and
the upper, and the fur strip being stitched at its
other margin to the outer face of the upper and
being thereby held bent down from the edge of
.the upper to the outer face thereof, so that,
whereas the edge of the upper is concealed by the
2. An-article of footwear comprising an upper, fur, substantially no ridge of fur is presented to 10
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a'binding strip at the margin of the uppe , and rub against the stocking of the wearer.
4. An article of footwear comprising an upper, ,
a >fur -strip stitched in substantially edge-on re
a fur strip seemed in substantially edge-on rela
lation to theedge of the upper, the stitches pass
ing through said binding strip and upper, and the tion to the edge of the upper and bent over at the
15 fur strip being bent over at the outer face of the ‘ outer face ofthe upper'so that the fur at ,the edge
upper froml the edge thereof, so that, whereas the of the upper extends substantially upright and
edge of the upper is concealed by the fur, sub » conceals the edge of the upper and substantially'
stantially no-"ridge of fur is presented to rub no ridge of fur is presented to rub against the
against the stocking of the wearer.
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3. An article of footwear comprising an upper;
a binding strip 'disposed about the edge or the
stocking of the wearer.
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PEARL Y. SMILEY.
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