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Патент USA US3082565

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March 26, 1963
HANSJOSTEN
SHOE iaAvI'Nc AN'OUTSOLE 0F, RUBBER
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AND THE LIKE AND A STYLISH HEEL
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Filed July 2, 1956
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portion of the assembly shown in FIGURE 1, the view
looking in the direction of the arrow III,
SHGE HAVENG AN OUTSQLE 0F RUBBER AND
THE LIKE AND A STYLISH HEEL
Nikoians Hansjosten, Pluwig, Kreis ’ rier, Germany
Griginal appiieation July 2, 1956, Ser. No. 5%,516, now
Patent No. 2,973,557, dated Mar. 7, 1961. Divided
and this application Mar. 25, 1960, Ser. No. 17,694
Qlairns priority, application Germany Early 5, 19:55
5 Claims. (Cl. 36—14)
The present invention relates to a shoe, and is a division
of my co-pending application Serial No. 595,516, ?led
July 2, 1956, now Patent No. 2,973,557 granted March
7, 1961.
The invention is an improvement in shoes including
FIGURE 4v is a fragmental vertical longitudinal sec
tional view of a shoe provided with a reinforcing means,
and,
FIGURE 5 is a plan view of the reinforcing means, per
se, shown in FIGURES 1 and 4.
Referring more particularly to the drawings, and more
particularly to FIGURE 1, there is illustrated a shoe hav
ing a high instep. The shoe includes an upper 10, an
insole 11 suitably secured to the upper, an intermediate
sole 512, an outer sole 13, and a heel 14. As previously
mentioned, the upper It) may be of leather, fabric, or
other similar materials, while the outer sole 13‘ is prevul
15 canized rubber, and the intermediate sole 12 an unvul
an upper of any suitable material, such as leather, fabric
canized rubber mix.
or the like to which is sewn an insole with the seam
extending outwardly and the upper being positioned on
lighter and harder material than the outer sole, such as
wood, and is covered with a material M similar to the
a last. A prevulcanized outer sole of rubber is located
in a special mold corresponding to the shape of the sole
material forming the upper.
The molding components for forming the shoe com
and an unvulcanized rubber mix is disposed on the outer
sole and forms the intermediate sole. The intermediate
prise a base plate 15, shaped on its upper surface, as
shown generally at 16, to correspond to the lower sur
face of the shoe. To save material in the formation of
the base plate 15, that area of the surface 16 of the
sole functions to reinforce the outer sole as well as pro
The heel 14 is formed from a
vide a cushion, and the intermediate sole during vul
25 base plate which forms heel part 17 is substantially hori
canization joins the outer sole and the upper.
Heretofore, such shoes could only be produced with
zontal, or in other words is parallel to the bottom sur
very low heels, since the heels had to be made of rubber.
face of the base plate 15. It can be seen from FIG. 1
While such shoes could be used as houseshoes with the
that portions of the surface 16 which form shank 18
and tread surface 19 of the outer sole 13 are disposed at
so-called block heel, a fashionable, stylish, street shoe
30 substantially equal angles to the horizontal when the area
could not be produced by the prior art techniques.
The salient object of the invention is to produce shoes
of the base plate forming the heel part 17 is horizontal.
with a high instep in which a heel of beautiful and stylish
The outer sole 13 is positioned on the base plate 15,
shape is employed, and which heel is preferably of wood
and its periphery projects beyond the intermediate sole
covered with the same material as the upper, with the
at the forward end as shown at 29. A'frame 21 having
a con?guration which corresponds to the upper surface
heel preferably directly joining the upper so that the
material covering the heel merges directly into the mate
rial of the upper with no intermediate layer being inter
of the base plate 15 is positioned on the perimeter of the
Another object is to provide a shoe of the type where
in the upper, insole and outer sole are joined by vulcan
ization or the like, and which is so formed that the inter
outer sole, and at its inner boundary, the frame has a
thickness denoted 22 which corresponds to thickness de
noted 112' of the intermediate sole 12*. The thickness
of the frame 21 as well as that of the intermediate sole
12 decreases from front to rear, and the heel part of the
mediate sole, rearwardly of the tread part of the shoe
outer sole tapers to a very reduced cross section.
is reduced in thickness in the zone of the heel and such
zone having secured thereto, a separate heel of a mate—
In FIGURE 2, it will be noted that the base plate 15
is provided with an upstanding rib 23, within which the
rial lighter and harder than the material of the outer
sole, with the heel being covered with the proper mate
outer sole 13 is disposed with its rear narrower heel part.
posed therebetween.
ria .
The heel part is in effect a portion of the tread 19 and
shank 18, and is thus the rear end of the outer sole. The
A further object is to provide a shoe which possesses
heel part terminates immediately before the contact line
the characteristics of a leather shoe, but which is sub
between the base plate 15 and the frame part 21, as shown
stantially lighter and has a ?exible, soft rubber outer
in FIGURE 1. To secure the heel 14 to the shoe, nails
sole thereby providing a more comfortable shoe in that
or the like 24 are inserted from the inside of the shoe
the intermediate cushion sole is located beneath the ball
to connect the heel to the rear end of the shoe.
of the foot.
As shown more clearly in FIGURES 4 and 5, the rein
Yet another object of the invention is to provide a
forcing means includes a cardboard shank 3% provided
shoe of the type described, with a resilient reinforcing 55 with a resilent shank stiffener 31, which reinforcing means
extends throughout the shank portion of the intermediate
means which extends through the shank portion of the
sole and at least partially throughout the heel portion of
the shoe and the reinforcing means having perforations
sole 12 and into the heel portion. The cardboard shank
can be provided with perforations 32 which enable the
material of the intermediate sole to flow therethrough to
therein enabling a tight connection to be effected between
60 effect a suitable connection between the reinforcing means
the reinforcing means and the intermediate sole.
and the intermediate sole.
Further objects and advantages of the invention will
Furthermore, the sole may be narrower in the heel part
become more readily apparent to one skilled in the art
than the heel 14.1, and the heel part is provided with a
from a study of the following speci?cation and attached
complemental recess. In view of this arrangement, the
drawings, wherein:
FIGURE 1 is a vertical sectional view of a mold and
shoe, with the heel and securing means being shown in
dotted lines,
FEGURE 2 is a sectional view taken along the line
II—II of FlGURE 1, the view looking in the direction
heel margin comes in to direct contact with the upper so
that the sole in this zone or area is no longer visible on
the exterior of the shoe.
It is also to be understood that the connection between
the sole and the upper may be accomplished by an ad
70 hesive or other means.
Instead of the intermediate sole and outer sole being
FIGURE 3 is a plan view of a fragment of the heel
of rubber and rubber-like material, such components may
of the arrows,
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be of synthetic plastic material, so that the components
may be joined by welding. By virtue of the reinforcing
layer bonds the outer sole to the joined upper and insole
and also produces a tight union between the intermediate
means and the perforations in the shank thereof, there is
provided an intimate connection between the reinforcing
means andthe intermediate sole thereby permitting the
sole and the resilient reinforcing means, a heel member
of lighter and harder material than the outer sole, material
similar to the upper covering the heel member, and means
connecting the heel member to the heel part of the outer
sole.
thickness of the intermediate sole to be reduced in the area
of the heel part. Thus, the sole may be visible exteriorly
without detracting from the appearance of the shoe.
It is to be understood that the invention is not to be
con?ned to any strict conformity to the drawings, but
changes and modi?cations may be made therein, so long
3. A shoe comprising an outer sole of ?at rubber, syn~
. thetic material and the like of substantially uniform thick
10
as such changes or modi?cations mark no material de
parture from the spirit and scope of the appended claims.
What is claimed is:
1. A shoe comprising an outer sole of ?at rubber, syn
thetic material and the like of substantially uniform thick
ness, said outer sole having a tread part, a shank part and
a heel part, an upper, an insole, means joining the upper
and the insole, an intermediate layer of plastic unvulcan
ized material betwen the joined upper and insole and the
, outer sole adapted to provide an intermediate cushion sole,
said intermediate layer rearwardly of said tread part and
adjacent the heel part of the outer sole being tapered in
thickness, a resilient reinforcing means located within the
intermediate layer and having a length sufficient to extend
_ throughout the shank part and at least partly into the heel
and the insole, an intermediate layer of plastic unvulcan
i'zed material between the joined upper and insole and the 20 part of the outer sole, said outer sole and intermediate layer
upon vulcanization coacting so that the intermediate layer
outer sole adapted to provide an intermediate cushion sole,
bonds the outer sole to the joined upper and insole and
said intermediate layer rearwardly of said tread part and
also produces a tight union between the intermediate sole
adjacent the heel part of the outer sole being tapered in
and the resilient reinforcing means, a heel, and means con
thickness, a resilient reinforcing means located within the
necting the heel to the heel part of the outer sole.
intermediate layer and having a length su?icient to extend
' 4. The shoe as claimed in claim 3, in which said resil~
throughout the shank part and at least partly into the heel
ient reinforcing means include a cardboard shank pro
part of the outer sole, said outer sole and intermediate
vided with perforations which serve to produce the tight
layer upon vulcanization coacting so that the intermediate
union between the intermediate cushion sole and the re
layer bonds the outer sole to the joined upper and insole
silient reinforcing means.
and also produces a tight union between the intermediate
30
5. The shoe as claimed in claim 3, in which the heel
sole and the resilient reinforcing means, a heel member of
part of the outer sole is narrower than the heel and the
lighter and harder material than the outer sole, material
heel is provided with a corresponding recess so that the
similar to the upper covering the 'heel member, and nails
heel margin comes into direct contact with the upper.
inserted from inside the shoe securing the heel member
to the heel part of the outer sole.
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
2. A shoe comprising an outer sole of ?at rubber, syn 35
thetic material and the like of substantially uniform thick
UNITED STATES PATENTS
ness, said outer sole having a tread part, a shank part and
2,024,729
Gustin ________________ __ Dec. 17, 1935
ness, said outer sole having a tread part, a shank part and
a heel part, an upper, an insole, means joining the upper
a heel part, an upper, an insole, means joining the upper
and the insole, an intermediate layer of plastic unvulcan
ized material between the joined upper and insole and the 40
outer sole adapted to provide an intermediate cushion sole,
said intermediate layer rearwardly of said tread part and
adjacent the heel part of the outer sole being tapered in
thickness, a resilient reinforcing means located Within the
intermediate layer and having a length su?icient to extend
throughout the shank part and at least partly into the heel
part of the outer sole, said outer sole and intermediate
layer upon vulcanization coacting so that the intermediate
2,255,177
2,758,397
2,813,355
Lyness ________________ __ Sept. 9, 1941
Riggs ________________ __ Aug. 14, 1956
Gustin _______________ __ Nov. 19, 1957
2,817,166
' Riggs ________________ __ Dec. 24, 1957
2,838,855
2,872,746
2,976,624
Maccarone ____________ __ June 17, 1958
Maccarone ____________ __ Feb. 10, 1959
Rollman _____________ __ Mar. 28, 1961
1,104,145
France ________________ __ June 8, 1955
FOREIGN PATENTS
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