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July‘ 9, 1946. 2,403,442 c. c. KLAUS SHOE Filed Jan. 1, 1945 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 INVENTORI CALVINC,KLAUS ‘BY _ ATTORNEY. } My 9,1946. C. C. KLAUS » 2,403,442 SHOE Filed Jan. 1, 1945 Sheets-Sheet 2 FIG. 4. F'IG.5. FIG. 6. INVENTOR: CALVIN C, KLAus BY W . ATTORNEY. Patented July 9, 1946 2,403,442‘ ‘ UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE" 2,403,442 ~ snoa Calvin c. Klaus, Highland, Ill. Application January 1, 1945, Serial No. 570,890 2 Claims. - l _ My invention has relation to improvements in shoes and it consists in the novel features of con struction more fully set forth in-the speci?cation and pointed out in the claims. The invention is primarily directed to sport (CI. 36-85) . . 2 ' integrally with it, as well as a binder strip 1 whereby the outsole is cemented or vulcanized to the upper 8 (Figs. 1 and 5). - ’ The upper 8 may be formed of canvas and has its side walls 9.9 brought down around and under shoes or beach shoes of pliable construction hav the insole I and counter 2 to which vsaid walls are ing an outsole of rubber, or comparable resilient cemented 0r vulcanized. The outsole 5 is then material and a‘ combined plastic .insole and applied so that the upper 8 is con?ned between counter to maintain the shape of the shoe. the insole and outsole. ' ' A further feature is that the rubber outsole has 10 There is a socket I0 formed in the inner sur an integral binder strip for connection with the face of the outsole 5 to receive the bOSs 4 of the upper instead of ‘a separate strip as now employed insole. Obviously the sides 9.9 of the upper ter in shoes of this general type. . minate short of the boss 4 so as not to interfere Further advantages will be better apparent with the ?tting of said boss 4 into the socket I0. from a detailed description of the invention in I‘ Having assembled the insole and counter I and connection with the accompanying drawings, in . 2 with the upper 8 and ‘outsole 5, the binder strip which— 1 is cemented or vulcanized entirely around the Fig. l is a side elevation of a shoe embodying upper 5 so as to form an‘ integral structure my invention, parts of the shoe upper being throughout. broken away; Fig. 2 is aside elevation of the in go From the foregoing it is apparent that I have sole and counter; Fig. 3 is a bottom plan thereof; developed a‘strong shoe or the type described Fig, 4 is a side elevation of the outsole; Fig. 5 consisting of essentially three parts that may be is a vertical cross-section taken on the line I—! ‘very easily assembled into a unitary structure. of Figure 1; Fig. 6 is a cross-sectional detail Having described my invention, I claim: taken on the line 6—8 of Fig. 4; and ‘Fig. 7 is a :5 1. A shoe having an insole and counter formed perspective view of the‘ arch and counter support integrally of a plastic material, a heel boss formed of the insole. , _ on the insole, an outsole having a heel part with Referring to the drawings, S represents an a socket therein receiving the heel boss of the in athletic or sport shoe in which the insole I'is sole, and an upper con?ned between the insole preferably formed of a ?exible plastic material $0 and the outsole. and has the counter 2 formed integrally with it. 2. ‘A shoe having an insole and counter formed The insole I may be of some arti?cial rubber ' integrally of a plastic material, a heel boss formed composition or plastic within which an arch sup on the insole, an outsole having a heel part with port 3 may be molded according to the teachings a socket therein receiving the heel boss of the of my Patent No. 2,348,300. At'the heel part of 85 insole, a marginal binding strip formed integrally the insole I a boss 4 is formed for a purpose pres ‘ with the outsole, an upper con?ned between the ently to appear. _ d insole and the outsole and ‘in intimate adhering The outsole B is Preferably of rubber or ?exible relation with the binding strip. plastic material and has a heel part 8 formed‘ ' QALVIN C. KLAUS.