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Dec. 31, 1946.
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_ Original Filed Déc. 28, v1939
A iiorneys
Patented Dec. 31, 1946
Evelyn Ziniti, New York, N. Y.
Substituted for abandoned application Serial No.
311,397, December 28, 1939. This application
October 4, 1945, Serial No..620,222
1 Claim. (Cl. 36-45)
This invention appertains to new. and useful
improvements in shoes and more particularly to
This seam 6 not only extends along the edges i
but also along the edges g located at the rear side
a shoe constructed of such a nature as to offer
not only a reinforced toe construction, but. also a
e and h.
of the beak 'l' which is formed of the sections d,
construction of unique and distinctively ornate
Some styles of shoes now on the market have
this peak or beak pointed and upstanding, pre
An important object of the invention is to pro
vide a shoe which combines style and durability
in a construction of marked simplicity and of
low cost of manufacture.
More speci?cally, novelty is predicated upon an
individually stylish shoe characterized essentially
senting a sort of Persian effect. This odd style,
while having some degree of popularity, has only
been accepted by women who have a desire for
radically new styles and shapes.
The present invention not only presents the
above style in a modi?ed way but also adds
by a novel toe construction, that is, a form of toe
strength to the shoe by way of utilizing the orna
in which the outer end or terminal portion is
mental peak as a reinforcing adjunct.
fashioned to include a triangular peak-like ex 15
As shown in Figure 2, the apex portion of the
tension, the inner base portion thereof being
triangularly shaped peak 1 is provided with an
upturned and the apex portion bent back and
eye 8. It is also shown in Figures 1 and 3, that
down on the body of the toe construction, this to
each side of the seam line 6 is provided with
provide an ornamental and reinforcing beak, said
eyes 9. A single shoe string is laced through
apex having an eye therein and said eye coact 20 these eyes 9 and through the eye 8 of the peak ‘I,
ing with regularly positioned eyelet on the toe
being then drawn substantially taut and tied as
construction, whereby to permit a shoe lace to
shown in Figure 1. This holds said bent back
be laced through all of said eyes and to hold said
peak ‘I down and intimately ?at against the toe
beak properly in place. '
portion of the shoe as depicted in Figure 1 and
Other objects and advantages of the invention 25 clearly detailed in Figure 3.
will become apparent to the reader of the follow
The accompanying application is a complete
ing speci?cation.
new proceeding but is based on a corresponding
In the drawing:
application identi?ed as Serial No. 311,397, ?led
December 28, 1939, by me, the same having been
Figure 1 represents a perspective view of one
form of the shoe. '
Figure 2 is a perspective view of the forward
portion of the upper with the beak unattached.
Figure 3 is a longitudinal sectional view
through the forward portion of the shoe upper.
While the foregoing speci?cation sets forth the
invention in speci?c terms, it is to be understood
that numerous changes in the shape, size and
materials may be resorted to without departing
‘ Figure 4 is a fragmentary perspective view of 35 from the spirit and scope of the invention as
the external face of the blank partly folded.
claimed hereinafter.
Figure 5 is a fragmentary plan view of the
I claim:
blank showing the fold lines.
‘In a shoe construction, a toe portion con
Referring to the drawing wherein like no.
structed of portions stitched together longitu
merals designate like parts, it can be-seen in 40 dinally along the top of the toe portion, said toe
Figure 1 that the improved construction resides
portion being constructed to de?ne an upstand
principally in the forward upper section 5. This
ing beak at the forward extremity thereof, an
forward upper section is constructed fro-m a blank
eye in the tip portion of the beak formation, said
substantially as shown in Figures 4 and 5. This
toe portion having eyes at opposite sides of the
blank is struck from a sheet of the desired pliable 45 aforementioned stitched portion, and an elon
material. The intermediate portion of this blank
gated tie element laced through the eyes at the
a is bent on the two inwardly converging fold
opposite side of the stitched portion and through
lines b-b and further bent on the fold lines c—-c
the eye at the tip portion of the beak formation
so that the area d can be brought under the area
to hold the beak formation ?atly against the for
6 with the result that the edges f—]‘ are brought 50 ward end of the stitched portion and to reinforce
under the area e with the result that the edges
the stitched portion of the toe portion.
.f—]‘ are brought together and in interlapping
relation where they are sewed together as at 6.
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