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April 19, 1938.
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J. GIUFFRE
2,114,421
NONSLIP SANDAL
Filed March 51, 1957
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Patented Apr. 19, 1938
2,114,421
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
Joseph Giui’fre, San Jose, Calif.
Application March 31, 1937, Serial No..134,081
3 Claims. (01. 36-115)
My invention relates to improvements in’ non
a connecting strap 5, as disclosed in Fig. 2 of the
slip sandals wherein a ?at, ?exible sole is pro ' drawing. These straps 4 and 5 are also formed
vided with a plurality of ?exible suction cups integrally with the sole I and, therefore, are of
projecting from the bottom thereof which oper
the same ?exible and resilient material so that
ate in conjunction with a plurality of resilient they may be stretched slightly to ‘securely em
supporting ribs also formed upon the bottom of brace feet of different sizes, within certain limits.
said sole to relieve said cups of a portion of the
In operation, the weight of a wearer will ?at
weight of a wearer, in order that said cups may ten sufficiently the ribs 3 to permit. the suction
properly grip, by suction, a surface to prevent cups 2 to engage and hold to a supporting sur
10 ' slipping.
face and thereby prevent slipping of said sandal
The primary object of the present invention is on said surface while the ?exible straps 4 will 10
to provide a new and improved article of manu
tend to hold the foot of a wearer to the sandal.
facture comprising a non-slip sandal which may
be worn to prevent slipping in bath tubs and other
By forming the structure, including the cups
2, ribs 3 and straps 4 and 5 integrally with the
II slippery places.
Another object isjto provide a new and im
proved non-slip sandal of the character set forth
and having ?exible and resilient securing straps
?at resilient sole I, a- new and useful article of 15
manufacture may be easily and economically pro- ,
formed integrally therewith so that the entire ar- '
ticle may be molded in one piece to provide an
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duced, and one which will prevent slipping in
bath tubs, showers and other slippery places.
Having thus described my invention I claim—
1. In a new article of manufacture, a non-s11
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economic construction.
sandal comprising a ?at resilient sole provided
I accomplish these and other objects by means ‘with a plurality of suction cups and supporting
of the improved device disclosed in the drawing ribs between said cups and extending from and
forming a part of the present application, and formed integrally with the bottom of said sole,
in which'
said ribs extending beyond said cups to relieve
Fig. 1 is a bottom plan view of my improved
the same of a portion of the weight of a wearer.
2. In a new article of manufacture, a non-slip
Fig. 2 is a side elevation thereof; and
sandal comprising a ?at resilient sole provided
Fig. 3 is a transverse sectional view.
with a plurality of suction cups and supporting
Referring to the drawing:
ribs between said cups and extending from and 30
The numeral I is used to designate a flat sole - formed integrally with the bottom of said sole,
of ?exible and resilient material such as rubber said ribs extending beyond said cups to relieve
or the like, and having a plurality of resilient the same of a portion of the weight of a wearer;
sandal;
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suction cups 2 and also having generally longi
tudinally disposed ribs] formed integrally with
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foot of a wearer.
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said sole and extending from the bottom thereof,
3. In a new article of manufacture, a non-slip
as disclosed in Figs. 1 and 2 of the drawing.
sandal comprising a ?at resilient sole provided
The ribs 3 are preferably extended beyond the with a plurality of suction cups and supporting
cups 2 in order that a portion of the. weight of ribs extending substantially longitudinally of said
the wearer will be borne by said ribs independq sole and between said cups and also extending
ently of the cups and thereby prevent ?attening from and formed integrally with the bottom of
of said cups and consequent destruction of their “said sole, said ribs extendingbeyond the ends of
suction properties.
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rand ?exible means for "securing said sandal to the
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In order that the sandal may be easily and em
ciently applied and held upon the foot of a wearer
I- have provided the integrally formed straps 4
for embracing the foot and joined, if desired, by
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-' said cups to relieve the. same of a portion of the
weight of a wearer; and ?exible straps formed
integrally with said sole for yieldingly embracing 45
the foot of a wearer.
JOSEPH GIUII'FRE.
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