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Feb. 8, 1938.
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J_ R, RIGAND;
2,107,620
COMBINED SOLE AND ARCH CONSTRUCTION FOR SHOES
Filed June 10, 1956
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Feb. 8, ‘1938.
2,107,620
J. R. RIGANDI
COMBINED SOLE AND ARCH CONSTRUCTION FOR SHOES
Filed June 10, 1956
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Patented Feb. 8, 1938
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UNITED STATES,‘
PATENT
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Joseph Ruig Rigandi, Westerlelgh, N.
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Application June 10, 1938, Serial No. 84,393
8 Claims. (01. 36-71)
The present invention relates to new and useful
improvements in shoes and more particularly it
pertains to a new and, novel construction of com
bined sole and arch supporter.
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It is the primary object of the invention to
provide a novel construction in shoes for the pur
pose of building into the shoe an arch supporter.
Other objects of the invention will appear as
the nature thereof is better understood for which
10 purpose reference will be had to the following
speci?cation and claims and the accompanying
drawings, wherein:
Figure 1 is a view in ‘elevation partly in section
of the front portion of a shoe which is constructed
15 in accordance with the present invention,
Figure 2 is a detail sectional view taken sub
stantially on the line 2-—2 of Figure 1,
Figure 3 is a detail transverse sectional view of
a shoe constructed in accordance with the present
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invention,
Figure 4 is a view in side elevation of an insole
embodying the improved construction,
Figure 5 is a bottom plan view of an insole em
bodying the improved construction,
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Figure 6 is a transverse sectional view taken
substantially on the line 6—6 of Figure 4,
Figure 7 is a longitudinal sectional view on an
enlarged scale taken substantially on the line
"|—-‘l of Figure 5,
ance‘ with that form of the invention illustrated
in Figures 15 through 1'1.
Referring speci?cally to the drawings by ref
erence character, and more particularly to Figures
1 through '7, inclusive, the reference numeral 20 5
designates the upper of the shoe, the same having
a lining 2|.
22 designates an insole which has a
lining '23 to which is secured by stitching 24 a
skeleton sole member 25. Secured to the skele
ton sole member there is a welt 26 and to this welt 10
.26 the outer sole 21 of the shoe is secured. Inter
posed between the outer sole and the insole 22
there is a suitable pad or ?lling material 28.
By reference to Figures 4 to 6, inclusive, it
will be noted that the insole 22 is formed at a 15
point intermediate its ends with an arch portion
23" which may be formed in the shoe in any de
sired manner preferably by moulding the insole
at this point. By reference to Figure!) it will be
noted that the skeleton sole member 25 com
prises a relatively narrow body portion which
conforms in shape to the shape of the insole and
is secured thereto by the stitching 24 in such a
manner that the skeleton sole member de?nes
the outer edge of the insole 22. The inner wall or 25
edge of the skeleton sole is undercut as designated
by the reference character 30', in the drawings.
The lining 23 which is of fabric or any suitable
material is secured to the insole preferably by
Figure 8 is a plan view illustrating a modified - cementing.
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form of construction,
Figure 9 is a view in side elevation illustrating
that form of the invention shown in Figure 8,
Figure 10 is a bottom plan view partly broken
35 away showing that form of the invention illus
trated in Figures 8 and 9,
. Figure 11 is a transverse sectional view taken
substantially on the line il--il of Figure 9,
Figure 12 is a detail longitudinal sectional view
40 taken substantially on the line l2-—l2 of Figure
8,
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Figure 13 is a plan view illustrating a still fur
ther modi?ed form of the invention,
Figure 14 is a transverse sectional view taken
substantially on the line i4—-l4 of Figure 13,
Figure 15 is a detail longitudinal sectional view
on an enlarged scale taken substantially on the
line l5—l5 of Figure 13,
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Figure 16 is a bottom plan view partly broken
~50 away illustrating the detail construction of the
modi?ed form shown inlFigures 13 to 17, inclu
sive,
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Figure 1'7 is a detail perspective view, and;
Figure 18 is a transverse sectional view through
55 the heel portion of a shoe constructed in accord
This lining covers the area de?ned 30
by the skeleton sole member 25 and also, as shown
at 3| in Figure 6, forms a lining for the undercut
inner edge walls of the skeleton sole member 25.
This construction provides an area 32 within the
con?nes of the skeleton ‘sole member 25 and when 35
the outer sole 21 is placed in position, this con
struction would provide a space in the area‘ 32 if
it were not for the ?ller 28.
This ?ller 28 may be -
of any suitable compressible cushion materialand
is adapted to ?ll the space between the insole 4o
22 and the outer sole, 21, as best illustrated in
Figure 2. This material may be secured in posi
tion, in any desired manner.
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The welt 26 heretofore mentioned is secured to
the skeleton sole member 25 by suitable stitching 45
33 and the outer sole 21 is secured to the welt by
suitable stitching 34. The stitching 33 which
secures the welt 26 to the skeleton sole also se
cures the several elements of the upper 20 to the
skeleton sole at a point between the insole and 50
the outer sole.
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It will be noted that the skeleton sole 2! con
forms to the shape of the insole 22 on the arched
'portion 23 thereof, and this construction provides
a built-in arch support when the shoe is com- as
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pleted, which will serve, to support the arch of
the foot of the wearer.
In the form of the invention illustrated in Fig
ures 8 to 12, inclusive, the insole 60 is formed with
an arch portion 5| intermediate of its ends as in
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present invention provides a new and improved
construction of combining an insole and arch
support for shoes and that the objects of the-in—
vention are accomplished by the embodiments
thereof herein illustrated.
the heretofore described form of the invention.
- Having thus described the invention what- is
In this form of the invention, however, I'employ .claimed as new, is:
a compressible arch supporting pad 52 of suitable
1. A combined sole and arch support construc
compressible material. This areh supporting‘ pad tion comprising in cembination, an insole having
is so shaped as to conferm generally to the arch an arched portion intermediate of its ends, a rela
portion of the insole and is adapted to be received tively narrow skeleton sole member de?ning the
therein, as illustrated in Figure 9. This arch edge of said insole member, said skeleton sole
supporting pad 52 is preferably permanently ?xed member having its inner edge undercut, and a
to the under face of the insole by cementing, al
compressible arch supporting pad secured to said
thoughit may be secured thereto in- any other insole at the arched portion thereof, said com
desired manner. In this form of the invention pressible supporting pad being interposed be 15
the skeleton sole member is designated 55 and it tween the insole and the skeleton sole.
is secured to the insole member 50 in substantially
2. A combined sole and arch support construc
the same manner as in the heretofore described
2 O form of the invention except that at the point‘
where the arch supporting pad is secured to the
insole the skeleton sole member does not contact
or engage the insole but instead p'asses across
the arch supporting pad in such a manner that
25 the arch supporting pad is interposed between
the insole and the skeleton sole member. The
skeleton sole member where it contacts with the
arch supporting pad is secured thereto preferably
by cementing so that the insole, the arch sup
30 porting pad and the skeleton sole member consti
tion comprising in combination, an insole having
an arched portion intermediate of its ends; a rel 20
ati 'ely narrow skeleton sole member de?ning the
edge of said insole member, said skeleton sole
member having its inner edge undercut, and a
compressible arch supporting pad secured to said
insole at the arched portion thereof, said com
pressible supporting pad being interposed between
the insole and the skeleton sole, said pad also be
ing cemented to the skeleton sole member.
3. A combined sole and arch support construc
tion comprising in combination, an insole having
tute a unitary structure. It is to be understood ' an arched portion intermediate of its ends, a
that the construction just described is secured in skeleton sole member carried by said insole and
position in the shoe in the same manner as the de?ning the marginal edge thereof, an arch sup
previeusly described form of the invention and porting element, and means for attaching the
that when the shoe is completed, a built-in arch arch supporting element to said skeleton sole
supporter results.
member.
In that form of the invention illustrated in Fig
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4. A combined-sole and'arch support construc
’ures 14 to 18, the insole is designated 60. This
tion comprising in combination, an insole having
insole carries on‘ its under face a skeleton sole
member 6|, which skeleton sole member has a
continuous heel and shank portion 62. At its op.
posite end the insole 60 carries a skeleton heel
member 63. This skeleton heel member cem
prises a relatively narrow strip cemented or other
45 wise secured to and conforming in shape ‘to the
heel portion of the insole.
an arched portion intermediate of its ends, ,a
skeleton sole member carried by said insole and 40
de?ning the marginal edge thereof, an arch sup
porting element, and means for attaching the
arch supporting element to said skeleton sole
member, said last mentioned means comprising
an elongated body member for carrying said arch 45
supporting element.
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In this form of ‘the invention the areh suppcrt- ,
5. A combined sole and arch support construc
ing pad which is designated 55 is carried by an‘, tion comprising in combination, an insole having
elongated member 66 having an openmg 61 there
‘an arched portion intermediate of its ends, a
in. This elongated member may be of a rigid ma - skeleton scle member having a continuous shank
terial such as metal, or it may be of a semi-rigid and heel portion, a compressible arch supporting 50
nature if desired, and it is secured to the con
pad, ‘means for carrying said arch supporting pad,
tinueus heel and shank portion of the skeleton
sole by suitable fastenings which pass through
55 openings 68 in the ends of the elongated member,
the fastenings being designated 69 in Figure 16.
As shown in Figure 14 the arch supporting pad 65
has a head portion ll) which is adapted to be re
ceived in the opening 61 of the elongated member
60 66, and this means serves to position and hold in
position the arch supporting pad 65.
This last described structure is adapted to be
and means for attaching said pad carrying means
to said skeleton sole member with the pad dis
posed within the anched portion of the insole.
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6. A combined sole and arch support construc
tion comprising in combination, an insole having
an arched portion intermediate of its ends, av
skeleton sole member having a continuous shank
andheel'portion, a compressible arch supporting 60
pad, means for carrying said arch supporting pad,
means for attaching said pad carrying means to
incorporated in a shoe in the same manner as the » said skeleton sole ‘member with the pad disposed
two forms heretofore described.
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In Figure 18 I have illustrated a heel construc
tion which consists ‘of a plurality of lifts" which
are secured by fastenings. ill. The heel which
comprises these several lifts is secured to the shoe
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fastenings 83. These fastenings 83
are preferably in the form of nails or tacks and by
‘examining said Figure 18 it, will be noted that
when thefastenings 83 aredriven home,.their
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pointed‘endswill engage the ‘elongated member
66 and will-be" turned over er clinched thereby.
within the arched portion of the insole, said last
mentioned means comprising an elongated metal 65
plate, and means for attaching said plate tojthe
continuous shank and heel portion of thevskele
ton
sole.
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7. A combined sole and, arch support construc
tion comprising in combination, an insole having
' an arched portion intermediate of its ends, a
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skeleton s‘ole member having a continuous shank
and heel portion, a compressible arch supporting .
pad, means for carrying said arch supporting pad, ‘
From the foregoing it will be apparent that the 7 means for attaching said pad carrying means to
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said skeleton sole member with the pad disposed
within the arched portion of the insole, said last
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heel portion, a skeleton heel member comprising
a relatively narrow strip de?ning the rear and
mentioned means comprising an elongated metal side edges or the heel portion of the insole, said
plate having an opening therein for the recep-v skeleton heel member serving to space the insole
tion of a projection on said arch supporting pad from the continuous shank and heel portion of
. to'secure the pad to the plate, and means for se
the skeleton sole member, an elongated plate se
curing said plate at its ends to said skeleton sole cured at its ends to the continuous portion of said
at the continuous shank and heel portion thereof. ' skeleton sole member and positioned in the space
8. A combined sole and arch support construc
between the continuous portion of said skeleton
10 tion comprising in combination, an insole, a skele
sole member and the insole, and an arch support- 10
ton sole member secured to said insole, said skele
ing pad carried by said elongated plate.
ton sole member having a continuous shank and
JOSEPH RUIG RIGANDI.
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