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Feb'. 8, 1938.
S. BOwN
ßoofr ‘0R s?oE AND METHOD oF MAKING THE SAME
Filed Nw.v 11, 19:53
2 sheets-'sheet 1
'Feb 8, 1938.
2,107,725
s_ BOWN
BOOT OR SHOE AND METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME
Filed No'
, 1953
2 Shee’cs-Sheae‘l'l 2
PatentedY Feb. 8, 1938
2,107,725
UNITEDSTATES PATENT oFFlcE
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BOOT OR. SHOE AND METHOD OF MAKING
THE SAME
Samuel Bown, St. Louis County, Mo., assigner
to International Shoe Company, St. Louis, Mo.,
a corporation of Delaware
Application November 11, 1933, ASerial No. 697,573
8 Claims.
(c1. .ts-gs)
ÁThis invention relates to boots or shoes and
Fig. 3 is a. plan view showing the imperforate
box toe member.
' . special reference to boots or shoes in which the
Fig. 4 is a side edgeelevation of the box toe
vamp` comprises an outer member and a lining member.
5 member and an interposed box toe member, the
5 is 'a plan view similar to Fig. 1 showing 5
said three members beinglassembled and secured theFig.
perforations
that have been formed through
in-a novel relationship, and the outer member
the superimposed outer and inner members after
being characterized by novel functional and or
they have been attached together and also show
namenting features.
I
ing a portion of the vinterposed box toe member.
Objects
of
the
invention
are
to
provide
a
vamp
`
.10.'
Fig. 6 is a longitudinal sectional view on the 10
structure for boots `or shoes including an outer line6~6
of Fig. 5.
member and a lining member therefor secured to
Fig. 7 is a plan view of the vamp structure with
gether in >>proper cooperative relationship and
parts of the outer member broken away to dis
vhaving openings formed through both of said close
the imperforate interposed box toe member
Iâ members after said Vmembers are secured to.` closing certain of the perforations through the
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getheryto provide a box toe member for appli
inner and outer members.
,
cation and attachment. between the forepart` of
' Fig. 8 is a sectional view on the line 8_8 of
saidinner andouter members after said inner Fig.
7.
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tothe methodl of making .the same, and has
andjouter membershave been secured together
and» subsequently perforated; and to provide
` Fig. 9 is a view similar to Fig. 7 showing the
subsequently formed perforations through the in
means'for securing said box toe member between » terposed box toe member in registration with the 20
' andin connection with'bothsaid inner and outerperforations through the inner vand outer mem
members in a predetermined relationship to said bers.
,
openings.
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25 ',"Another object of the invention is to provide
aniimpro'ved method of making said vamp struc
ture, comprising the steps of ñrst securing to
’ gether the inner and outer members in a prede
termined.v relationship; perforating certain areas
30 of both members to form openings through both
members after said members have been secured
together; ‘detaching the forepart of said mem
bers and` placing between them an imperforate
box toe member in a position'to leave unob
à 35 structed certain of said openings;V and securing
both said inner and outer members in connec
tion withsaid interposed box toe member.
.f_A. further object of the invention is to'provide
ornamenting perforations or outlines upon the
40 surface or in the body Vof the forepart of the
outer member that overlies the interposed box
toe member.v
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Fig. 10 is a longitudinal sectional view on the
Y line Ill-I0 of Fig. 9.
In making my improved vamp structure for 25
boots or shoes, I'provide an outer member I and
aninner member 2 of appropriate flexible and
pliable material and of approximately the same
size and shape. In making vamp structures for
shoes a tongue may be attached thereto com 30
prising an outer section 3 and an inner section 4
superimposed upon each other and attached to
gether along their exposed marginal edges by
stitches 5. The forward end of the outer section
3 may be extended between the marginal portions 35
of the outer and inner members l and 2 of the
vamp structure (Fig. 3) and the forward end of
the inner section 4 of the tongue may be ex
tended against the inner surface of the member
2 and attached thereto by stitches 6, the outer 40
„Other objects and numerous advantages of , section 3 being attachedy to the marginal edge of
the member I by stitches 1. The stitches 5 may
~ this invention should be apparent from the fol
be applied after the sections 3 and 4 are attached
~45 lowing description, reference being made to the to
the members 'l and 2, respectively.
annexed drawings, in which-
.
Fig. l'is a plan view showing the blank form:
Y ì
ing Vthe louter member ofthe vamp structure su- y
perimposed upon and attached to the inner mem
50 ber before said two members are perforated and
beforeplacement'of the interposed box toe mem
ber, portions of the outermember being broken
A heavy coat» 8 of cement is then applied upon
that surface of the inner member 2 which is ad
jacent to the outer member l rearwardly from
about the line 9 and a relatively light or thin
coat I0 of cement is applied upon the same sur 50
face of the inner member 2 forwardly beyond
the line 9. The cement 8 may also be placed
over
the surface of the inner tongue section 4
'j Fig. `2 is Ia longitudinal sectional view of the ' that is
tobe covered by the outer tongue sec-'
“Í vamp structure on the line 2-2 of Fig. 1.
tion 3.
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away.
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If desired, a number of ornamenting conñgu
rations I I may be formed upon the exposed sur
face or in the body of the forepart of the outer
member I before the members I and 2 are brought
together in superimposed relationship.
It should be understood that the inner surface
of the outer member I may also be provided with
a coating of adhesive cement corresponding to the
coating S-Iü, if such amount of cement is needed.
Next, the outer member I having the tongue
section 3 attached thereto is superimposed `upon
the inner section 2 in matching relationship and
the two sections are adhesively united by the ce
ment 8-I0, which may be a cold quick drying
cement particularly appropriate for this use.
Sufñcient pressure is applied to the two members,
including the tongue sections 3 and 4, to obtain
a good adhesive connection, which is particularly
strong over the area covered by the cement 8 but
20 is readily separable over the area covered by the
lighter cement I0 in front of the line 9.
Next, numerous Ventilating perforations I2,
placement and attachment of the box toe mem
ber I3 and thereafter the attaching and orna
menting stitches I5 may be easily applied and
the holes I6 formed.
This vamp structure may then be embodied
in a shoe by usual methods. A shoe that will
afford ease and comfort when worn is thus ob
tained because no reliance for stiiîening the
toe portion is placed upon the ñexible and pliable
inner member 2.
On the contrary, the inner ,
member 2 may be of comparatively soft material,
the necessary degree of stiffness being obtained
by the box toe member I3.
The structure and the method of making the
same may be varied within the scope of equiva
lent limits without departure from the nature
and principle of the invention.
I claim:
1. A Vamp structure comprising inner and
outer members having their rear portions adhe
sively attached and having registering perfora
tions through said rear portions and the forepart
of said outer member having perforations there-
which may also constitute ornamentations, are through opposite an imperforate portion of said
formed through the attached members I and 2
inner member, a box toe member interposed be
over a considerable portion of the area rearward
ly from the line 9 and over a portion of the area tween the forepart of said inner and outer mem
bers and having an imperforate portion opposite
in front of the line 9.
Next, the forward ends or toe portions of the said last named perforations that are through
members I and 2 are detached by pulling said the forepart of said outer member and having
' perforations therethrough registering with cer
30 portions apart to break the attachment over the
area covered by the lighter cement I0 in front of tain of said first named perforations that are
the line 9, and a preformed box toe member I3 is through said inner and outer members, and
stitches passing through the rear portions of said
placed in proper position upon the inner mem
ber 2 across the ornamenting perforations II and inner and outer members andralso extending for’
wardly and extending through the forepart of
across the perforations I2 that are in front of the
said inner and outer members and the rear por
line 9.
’
Both surfaces of the box toe member I3 may be tion of said interposed box toe member.
2.
The
method
of
making
a
shoe
vamp
struc
coated with cement I4, or the surfaces of the
members I and 2 that are adjacent to said box ture comprising adhesively uniting the rear por
tions of inner and 'outer members, forming open
toemember may be coated with this cement.
Next, the separated forward portions of the
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30
35
40
ings simultaneously through the rear portions of
said inner and outer members, placing a box toe
»member between the foreparts of said inner and
I3 and to each other along their marginal edges outer members, and then stitching together Vthe 45
rear portions of said inner and outer members
said box toe member, as should be under
and said box toe member remote from the outer
45. beyond
stood by reference to Fig. 5.
Next, the two members I and 2 are attached edges thereof.
3. The method of making a shoe vamp struc
together by rows of stitches I5 arranged in orna
ture
comprising adhesively uniting the rear por
menting configuration with respect to the holes
I2 and extended forwardly beyond the line 9, so tions of inner and outer members, forming open 50
that parts of said rows of stitches pass through ings simultaneously through the rear portions of
the three members I, 2 and I3 and thereby said inner and outer members, placing a box
strengthen the attachment of these members toe member between the foreparts of said inner
and outer members, then stitching together the
and cooperate with the cement to hold Said mem
rear portions of said inner and outer members 55
bers in relatively fixed relationship.
and the rear portion of said box toe member re
As already explained and as should be appar
ent from Fig. '7, the box toe member I3 extends mote from the outer edges of said members, and
across and closes certain of the holes l2, namely, then forming openings in the rear portion of said
those holes I2 which are in front of the line 9. box toe member in registration with certain of 60
After the box toe member I3 has been interposed ìaid openings through said inner and outer mem
between and attached to both members I-2,
4. The method of forming a shoe vamp struc
holes I6 in continuation of the holes I2 are
ture
including the steps of perforating an outer
formed through that portion of the box toe mem
member, attaching the rear portion of said outer
ber I3which closes any of the holes I2, thus ob
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taining an arrangement in which the holes I2 and member to the rear portion of a matching inner
member,
forming
perforations
through
the
rear
I6 constitute openings through the three mem
portions of said two members, adhesively secur
bers I, 2, and I3.
ing a box toe member between the foreparts of
Vamp structures of this type may be manu
said inner and outer members across said first
factured rapidly and with facility and the difier
named perforations that are through the fore 70
70 ent members assembled without difliculty since part of said outer member and across certain of
there is no necessity for observing care in plac
said perforations that >are through said inner
ing the members together to register with pre
formed holes in the respective members. The and outer members, and then forming openings
cement 8 will hold the members I and 2 in proper through said box toe member in registration with
said perforaticns that‘are through said inner 75
75 relationship with respect to each other for Vrapid
members I and 2 are pressed toward each other
and are adhesively united to the box toe member
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and outer members and across which said box
toe member extends.
5. The method of- forming a shoe vamp struc
r ture including the steps of perforating an outer
member, attaching the rear portion of said outer
member to the rear portion of a matching inner
member, `forming perforations through the rear
portions of said two members, placing a box toe
member between the foreparts of said inner and
10 outer members across said ñrst named perfora
tions that are through the forepart of said outer
member and across certain of said perforationsthat are through said inner and outer members,
then forming openings through said box toe
15 member in registration with said perforations
that are through said inner and outer mem
l bers and across which said box toe member ex
tends, and stitching together the rear portions
of said inner and outer members remote from
20 the outer edges thereof and adjacent to said ñrst
~ named perforations.
' Y 6. The method of forming a shoe Vamp struc
ture including the steps of perforating an outer
member, attaching the rear portion of said outer
25 member to the rear portion of a matching inner
member, forming perforations through the rear
portions of said two members, placing a box toe
member between the foreparts of said inner and
~ outer'members across said first named perfora
tions that are through the forepart of said outer
n member and across certain of said perforations
3
that are through said inner and outer members,
then forming openings through said box toe
member in registration with said perforations
that are through said inner and outer members
and across which said box toe member extends,
stitching together the rear portions of said inner
and outer members remote from the outer edges
thereof and adjacent to said ñrst named per
forations, and also stitching together said inner
and outer members and the rear portion of said 10
box toe member remote from the outer edges
thereof.
7. In the method of making shoe uppers and
the like, the steps of uniting an inner and an
outer member throughout their common extent, 15
then separating them through a predetermined
portion of this extent and inserting a stiffener
between the separated portions, and finally unit
ing said separated portions about said stiiîener.
8. In the method of making shoe uppers and 20
the like, the steps of uniting an inner and an
outer member relatively inseparably throughout
a predetermined portion of their extent, and rel
atively separably throughout an additional por
tion, whereby they may be subjected to further 25
operations as a unit, and then separating them
in their relatively separable portion whereby an
insert may be located between them in such por
tÍOn;
SAMUEL BOWN.
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