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Patented Aug. 9, ‘1938- UNITED STATES `PATENT . oEFlcE '2.126.094 y SHOE Claude H. Daniels. Wellesley Hills, Mass. Application May 23, 1936, Serial No. 81,421 icieim. This invention relates to improvements in shoes - a single sole or composite sole composed of an 5 10 .15 20 “ 30 ' or sandals in which the upper is formed by straps outsole lleand an insole ld, as illustrated. Aheel ` or lacings spacedapart to provide for ventilation. it oi’ any suitable style and height may be at ‘ ‘ In my application, Serial No. 81,420, filed May tached if desired. The upper oi the shoe or a portion thereof, as ß 23, 1936, I have disclosed improvements in a shoe or sandal in which straps or laclngs are desired, is composed of a strap or lace it which may be of any desired materlaiand may be of passed back and forth between the opposite mar ginal edges ol the sole. The straps or lacings are any desired width and thiclmess. The strap is , disposed in a plurality of continuous loops which adjustable to fit the shoe to s. loot. pass overthe iorepart oi the loot which wears lo It is an object of my present invention to pro vide a shoe or sandal in which the iorepart ol the shoe and through the sole. or, as herein shown, between the insole and outsole wch the upper isv lormed by continuous loops of a lac ' ing or strap which pass transversely through the make up the sole. li a single strap is used, as disclosed in is. i sole ci the shoe. lt is further an object olvmy invention to conn and 2, the iront .end it is hired in position or may is « struct the shoe in such a manner that a strap be detachably secured to the toe portion of the or lacing which forms the upper or iorepart oi ,sole and the rear or i'ree end il may be adjust ably secured as by a buclsle it to a short piece ci the shoe is passed between the insole and out sole oi the shoe tolorm a plurality oi loops over strap it orpther iorm oi anchoring member. lis here shown; the strap it is lined at one end di 20 the forepart oí the loot, and the insole and out sole are secured together between the straps or or may he detachably'lastened to the sole of the shoe. The strap it may around the ankle lacings. It is still further an object ci my invention to oi' the foot and through a loop it at the upper construct a shoe by cutting out arr insole and end ol a heel strap il which is secured at il 25 between the rts ol the soie. outsole, forming a plurality oi transverse chan dn essential feature ol my invention resides nels or slots in one of the soles, and secur the soles together' to yprovide a 4plurality of . #ges in the adjustable character oi the upper, partic extending from side to side between the soles and ularly the iorepart thereof, as herein shown, al-_passing a. strap or straps through the openings ' though it will be understood that similar princi or passages and over the forepart ol the shoe to ples of construction might be utilized in other do provide an upper, the ends of the strap or straps portions ol the upper. The loops of the strap il being adjustably secured to hold the slice on the are each adjustable in size by loosening or tight ening the strap as the strap is not dried or fas loot. ' ~ \, 'Various other objects and advantages of my tened except at its ends.V lis shown in Fig. l, the portion at of the strap it, which passes between 35 invention will be more> readily apparent from the following description taken in connection the outer and inner rts ci the sole, is free to move relative to the sole and is merely confined with the attached drawing, in which: Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a shoe or sandal against lateral displacement-so as to preserve the , i embodying my invention and shown upon a last v spacing between the loops. _ lt will ediately he apparent that various a0 for clearness in illustration; constructions may be resorted to in the construc Fig. 2 is a side elevation of the saine shoe loolr ing at the opposite side and partially shown in ' tion oi the scie with the provision ol openings, passages or spaces to receive the portions it vertical section at the heel portion; f Fig. 3 is a bottom view of the innersole ol the oi the strap it. lli the strap it is relatively thick channels .it may be cut or formed in one a5 shoe in Figs. i and 2; Fig. i is a detail section on the plane indicated oi’ the parts of the scie such as the insole it, as ,shown in liï‘ig. 3. The outsole. i2 may then be lil-d in Fig. 2; and, i Fig. 5 is a plan view of the iorepart of a shoe cemented or otherwise secured to the insole, and it will be understood that the sole members are showing a modiñed construction. The shoe or sandal of Figs. i and 2 is'shown secured or attached intermediate the portions it 50 upon a. last lli as it would appear upon a foot, 'but it will be understood that the last forms no part _of my_invention and is not required’in the manufacture of the shoe. ' i lThe shoe includes a sole which may be either of Vthe .strap which lie between thel soie members. Similarly, channels I0, il and 44 may be cut or formed for receiving and iixing in position the front end 2li of the strap I8, the lower end 28 of the shor't strap 26 and the lower end 34 of the 65 2, 126,094 heel strap l2. If the strap used is relatively thin it would be unnecessary to cut channels, and the sole members could be secured by parallel lines of transverse stitching or by cementing in such a manner as to leave blank spaces through which the strap could be freely passed between the parts of the sole. It will be understood that the strap or lacing may be applied in various ways, and I have shown 10 in Fig. 5 a modified construction, The sole 5I has a plurality of parallelly disposed channels or passages extending from side to side and either a single strap orlacing or a pair of straps or lacings can be applied. One lace or part of a 15 lace 52 is formed into loops which pass through alternate openings in the sole, and theI otherA lace or part of a lace Il is formed into loops and passed through the remaining alternate openings through the solle. Each lace would 20 cross the other lace twice. as shown, in passing over the forepart` of the shoe between the oppo site marginal edges of the sole.~ The free ends of the laces 52 and M may be adjustably secured in any desired manner to hold the shoe on a foot. A shoe. so constructedçwill be adjustable to iit the foot of the wearer in the same manner as the >shoe in Figs. 1 and 2. Shoes such as disclosed can be inexpensively manufactured, but will present an attractive ap-, ’pearance and may be made up in various styles. 'I‘he marginal edges of the insole and outsole may be evenly trimmed and finished oil’ in a con venient manner. It will be'understood that va rious changes and modifications may be resorted to without departing from the spirit of my in vention, as expressed in the appended claim. I claim: ‘ A sandal-type of shoe comprising a sole pro vided with a plurality of transverse strap re ceiving passages extending through the solefrom side to side thereof, a strap ñxed at one end to the toe of the sole forward of the first of the passages and on the outer side edge of me sole, said strap being formed into loops successively extending through said passages rearwardly of the sole, a strap ñxed to the heel portion of the sole and extending upwardly from said soie at the rear thereof, said ñrst mentioned strap be 20 ing extended and arranged to pass around the ankle` of the foot and through an opening in the heel-strap and another strap fixed at one cnd to the inside edge of the sole adjacent the heel portion and adapted to be adjustably secured at 25 its other end to the free end of the first mentioned strap. CLAUDE H. DANIELS.