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March 29, 1938.
M_ H. MOORE, JR
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2,112,706
EDGE BINDING'FOR SHOE UPPERS
Filed Jan. 8, 1957'
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Patented Mar. 29, 1538-
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
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2,112,706
EDGE BINDING FOB. SHOE UPPERS
Maynard Hale Moore, Jr., Everett, Mass.
Application- January 8, 1537, Serial No. 119,592
1 Claim.
(Cl. 36-57)
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This invention relates to ‘certain improvements
in ornamental binding for the edges of shoe up-
the edges of the folded strip ?ush with one of the
edges of the main strip, as shown in Fig. 1'. The
’ pers and more particularly to that type of bind-
folded strip may be adhesively attached to the
ing known as “French 'cord”,_in which a strip of
‘ leather is stitched to the upper close to the-edge,
main strip, but attachment by stitches is con
sidered preferable, as it is less expensive.
with the grain side of the strip laid against the
grain side of the upper and their edges in coincidence, the strip then being bent over the edge
of the upper and cemented to its inner side, with
10 the result that the effect, of a corded or beaded
edge is produced on the edge of the upper.
The object of the present invention is to
duce what may be termed a double French
edge, in that the effect of a double corded
16 may be produced in different colors, for the
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In attaching the combined strips to the edge
portion of an upper section; as e, the folded strip
b is laid against the grain, or outer side of the
upper, so that the edges of the strips and upper
are approximately in coincidence, and the strips 10.
are attached to the upper ‘by a row of stitches J‘,
procord
edge
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which are placed close to the coincident edges of
the strips, as shown in Fig. 2. The main strip
a is then folded over the edge of the upper and
pressed against and cemented to its ?esh side, 16
pose of securing a novel and ornamental appear-
as shown in Fig. 3. a A quick setting adhesive may
ance when a‘ two color effect is desired.
I accomplish this object by producing a binding strip which comprises a main strip of leather
20 or imitation leather of a width corresponding to
that usually employed in providing an ordinary
French cord'edge, and by attaching, preferably
be employed in lieu of the stitches f, but the lat
ter are considered preferable.
In practice the main strip a and folded or sup
plemental strip b will be made from leathers, or 20
imitation leathers having their grain or outer
surfaces ?nished in di?erent colors and, when
by stitching, a longitudinally folded strip of
the operation is ?nished, the portion of the strip
leather, or imitation leather, of a contrasting
25 color, to the grain side of the» main strip with
a, which extends over the edge of the upper, and
the rounded, or beaded portion of the strip b, 25
the edges of the folded strip in coincidence with _ which. is folded about the. cord 0, will both be .
one edge of the main strip and then attaching - ‘visible and thereby an attractive ornamental ef
the combined strips to the upper close to its edge fect is produced, the edge of the upper thus be- .
by a row of stitches which are placed closely ad30 jacent the edges of the two strips, the subsequent
steps of operation being the same as with the
ing trimmed with two parallel strips of different
colored leather, as indicated in Fig. 4.
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The attaching operation is performed in the
formation of ‘ the ordinary French cord binding.
same way as the ordinary French. cord binding,
For a more Qcomplete disclosure of my inven—
tion reference is now made to the following speci35' ?cation, in connection with the accompanying
drawing in which:
Fig. 1 is a combined cross-sectional and perspective view of a binding strip embodying my
invention.
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Without increased labor cost, the only substantial
increase in cost being in the factory of the pro
ducer of the binding. The binding may be em- 35
ployed in any edge portion of a shoe where a
two color, ornamental effect is desired
I claim:
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In combination with the edge portion of a
Fig. 2 is a similar view, illustrating a preliminary step in the attaching operation,
Fig. 3 is a similar view illustrating the comple
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tal strip portionifolded along its middle longi-‘ '
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tudinally with its-?nished ‘side out and attached I
tlolir'ligofiltiseaorsjieégtvciew illustrating the outer side
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to the ?nished slde of m? main Strip with its
f the: bindin stri whena plied
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edges in substantial coincidence with one edge 45
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thereof, said supplemental strip being positioned
{accordmg to my 11?v‘{nt19n I provlde a mam
against the outer side of the upper with its edges
stamp of leather’ PT 1m1tat1°n_1eather’ “1 of ,3‘
in approximate coincidence with the edge thereof
width corresponding t0 the Width of the 5_tnp
and being attached .thereto by stitches which ex
50 usually employed in formlng a French cord binding, and a supplemental strip b, also of leather,
or imitation leather, which is folded lengthwise
at its middle about a cord 0, With its grain 01‘
?nished side out, and is attached by stitches d'
tend through both portions of the binding strip, 50
said main strip being bent over the edge of the
upper and being secured to the inner side thereof,
so that both portions of the binding strip are
exposed.
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'MAYNARD HALE MOORE, JR.
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55 to the grain or ?nished side of the strip a with
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Shoe upper, a binding strip comprising a main 40
strip portion, and a relatively narrow supplemene
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