CN105578917A - Article of footwear incorporating a knitted component with monofilament areas - Google Patents

Article of footwear incorporating a knitted component with monofilament areas Download PDF

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CN105578917A
CN105578917A CN201480050535.8A CN201480050535A CN105578917A CN 105578917 A CN105578917 A CN 105578917A CN 201480050535 A CN201480050535 A CN 201480050535A CN 105578917 A CN105578917 A CN 105578917A
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丹尼尔·A·波德哈尼
布鲁斯·胡法
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A43B23/042Uppers made of one piece
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    • A43B7/08Footwear with air-holes, with or without closures
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    • A43B7/085Footwear with air-holes, with or without closures characterised by the location of the holes in the upper
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
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    • D10BINDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBLASSES OF SECTION D, RELATING TO TEXTILES
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Abstract

An article of footwear including an upper incorporating a knitted component having one or more monofilament areas is described. Monofilament areas are formed by knitting with a monofilament strand. The monofilament areas are formed of unitary knit construction with the remaining portions of the knitted component. An inlaid tensile element can extend through the knitted component, including portions of the monofilament areas.

Description

Comprise the article of footwear of the knitting member with monofilament region

Background

Conventional article of footwear generally includes two main elements: vamp and footwear sole construction.Vamp be fixed to footwear sole construction and formed on the inside of footwear for cosily and receive the cavity of pin securely.Footwear sole construction is fixed to the lower area of vamp, thus is positioned between vamp and ground.In sport footwear, such as, footwear sole construction can comprise midsole and footwear outer bottom.Midsole is usually included in walking, runs and weakens ground reaction force to reduce the polymer foams of the pressure on pin and leg during other ambulatory activitieses.In addition, midsole can comprise fluid-filled chamber, plate, adjuster, or weakens power further, strengthens stability or affect other elements of motion of pin.Footwear outer bottom is fixed to the lower surface of midsole and provides the ground engaging portions formed by the durable and wear-resisting material of such as rubber of footwear sole construction.Footwear sole construction also can comprise be positioned at cavity and be close to pin lower surface location with the shoe-pad strengthening footwear comfortableness.

Vamp usually on the instep area and loe zone of pin, along pin medial surface and lateral surface, extend under pin and around the heel area of pin.In some article of footwear of such as basketball footwear and boots class, vamp can upwards and around ankle extend thinks that ankle provides support or protects.Usually, the entrance of the cavity led on vamp inside is provided by the ankle opening in the heel region of footwear.Lace system is incorporated to usually to regulate the foot-suitability of vamp in vamp, thus allows pin enter the cavity in vamp and remove from the cavity in vamp.Lace system also allows wearer to change some size of vamp, particularly encloses length, to adapt to the pin with different size.In addition, vamp can be included in lace system downward-extension to strengthen the flap of the controllability of footwear, and vamp can comprise the motion that heel counter is followed with restrict foot.

Multiple material element (such as, fabric, foam of polymers, polymer flake, leather, synthetic leather) is utilized routinely in manufacture vamp.Such as, in sport footwear, vamp can have multiple layer, and every one deck comprises the material elements of multiple connection.Exemplarily, material elements can be selected to give the zones of different stretch-resistance of vamp, wearability, flexibility, gas permeability, compressibility, comfortableness and hygroscopicity.In order to give vamp zones of different different characteristics, material elements is usually cut into required shape and then usual utilization stitchedly or adhesively combines and links together.In addition, material elements connects with laminar configuration to give identical region multifrequency nature usually.Along with the number of the material elements be incorporated in vamp and type increase, and transport, store, cut the time relevant with connecting material element and expense also may increase.Along with quantity and the type increase of the material elements be incorporated in vamp, the waste material coming Self cleavage and sewing process also accumulates largely.In addition, there is the comparable vamp formed by the material elements of less type and number of the vamp of the material elements of greater number and be more difficult to recirculation.Therefore, by reducing the number of the material elements used in vamp, can waste material be reduced, improve production efficiency and the recyclability of vamp simultaneously.

General introduction

The various configurations of article of footwear can have vamp and be fixed to the footwear sole construction of vamp.The knitting member of vamp comprises one or more monofilament region.Monofilament region together with the remainder of knitting member by integral weaving formation of structure.

On the one hand, the invention provides a kind of article of footwear, its footwear sole construction that there is vamp and be fixed to vamp, vamp comprises knitting member, this knitting member comprises: the Part I of knitting member, this Part I is formed by the first yarn, and this first yarn is twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis; At least one monofilament region, it is arranged on knitting member, and this at least one monofilament region is formed by monofilament lines (monofilamentstrand); Wherein this at least one monofilament region is by integral weaving formation of structure together with the Part I of knitting member, makes knitting member be one-piece member.

On the other hand, the invention provides a kind of article of footwear, its footwear sole construction that there is vamp and be fixed to vamp, vamp comprises knitting member, this knitting member comprises: knitting element, and it comprises the first yarn, and this knitting element defines the inner surface of a part for the outer surface of vamp and the relative of vamp, inner surface defines the cavity for receiving pin, and the first yarn is twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis; And at least one monofilament region, it comprises two braids, and these two braids overlap each other and jointly extend each other at least in part, and each braid comprises monofilament lines; Wherein this at least one monofilament region is by integral weaving formation of structure together with knitting element, makes knitting member be one-piece member.

On the other hand, the invention provides a kind of article of footwear, its footwear sole construction that there is vamp and be fixed to vamp, vamp comprises knitting member, this knitting member comprises: the Part I of knitting member, this Part I is formed by the first yarn, and this first yarn is twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis; The Part II of knitting member, this Part II is formed by monofilament lines, and wherein Part II is by integral weaving formation of structure together with Part I, makes knitting member be one-piece member; And inlay stretching element, it extends through knitting member, at least comprises a part for Part I and a part for Part II.

When analyzing the following drawings and describing in detail, other system of the present invention, method, feature and advantage will be significantly maybe will become obvious for those of ordinary skill in the art.It is intended to all so other systems, method, feature and advantage are included in this description and this general introduction, comprise within the scope of the invention and be subject to the protection of following claim.

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The present invention can be understood better with reference to following accompanying drawing and description.Parts in figure are not necessarily drawn in proportion, but focus on and illustrate in principle of the present invention.In addition, in the accompanying drawings, identical reference marker represents the corresponding part running through different views.

Fig. 1 is the normal axomometric drawing of the exemplary of the article of footwear comprising the knitting member with monofilament region;

Fig. 2 is the medial surface figure of the exemplary of the article of footwear comprising the knitting member with monofilament region;

Fig. 3 is the lateral surface figure of the exemplary of the article of footwear comprising the knitting member with monofilament region;

Fig. 4 is the top view of the exemplary of the article of footwear comprising the knitting member with monofilament region;

Fig. 5 is the cross-sectional view of exemplary of the article of footwear intercepted along the line shown in Fig. 4;

Fig. 6 is the top view of the exemplary of the knitting member with monofilament region;

Fig. 7 is the top view of the exemplary of the knitting member with monofilament region, and it comprises the enlarged drawing of exemplary braiding structure;

Fig. 8 is the normal axomometric drawing of the exemplary of the article of footwear comprising the knitting member with various monofilament region;

Fig. 9 is the medial surface figure of the exemplary of the article of footwear comprising the knitting member with various monofilament region;

Figure 10 is the lateral surface figure of the exemplary of the article of footwear comprising the knitting member with various monofilament region;

Figure 11 is the top view of the exemplary of the article of footwear comprising the knitting member with various monofilament region;

Figure 12 A to Figure 12 C is the cross-sectional view of the exemplary of the article of footwear intercepted along different piece according to the hatching shown in Figure 11;

Figure 13 is the top view of the exemplary of the knitting member with various monofilament region;

Figure 14 is the top view of the exemplary of the knitting member with various monofilament region, and it comprises the enlarged drawing of exemplary braiding structure;

Figure 15 A to Figure 15 C is the cross-sectional view of the exemplary of the knitting member intercepted along different piece according to the hatching shown in Figure 14;

Figure 16 A is the enlarged drawing of a part for the exemplary of the knitting member comprising stretching element;

Figure 16 B is the enlarged drawing of a part for the selectable embodiment of the knitting member comprising stretching element; And

Figure 17 is the expression figure of the figure that loops (loopingdiagram) for weaving braiding structure.

Describe in detail

Below discussion and accompanying drawing disclose the multiple concept of the manufacture relating to knitting member and knitting member.Although knitting member may be used in multiple product, the article of footwear comprising the one or more knitting members in knitting member is open below as an example.Fig. 1 to Figure 17 illustrates the exemplary of the article of footwear comprising knitting member, and this knitting member comprises one or more monofilament region, this one or more monofilament region together with the remainder of knitting member by integral weaving formation of structure.The personal feature of any one knitting member in knitting member described herein may be combined with and uses or can provide separately for the different configurations of article of footwear.In addition, any one in feature can be optional, and can not included in the specific embodiment of any one of knitting member.

Fig. 1 to Fig. 4 illustrates the exemplary of article of footwear 100 (also referred to as article 100).In some embodiments, article of footwear 100 can comprise footwear sole construction 110 and vamp 120.Although article 100 are illustrated as the general configuration having and be suitable for running, but the concept be associated with article 100 also can be applicable to other athletic footwear type multiple, comprise such as football boot, spike, basketball shoes, cycling shoe, olive sneakers, tennis shoes, trainer shoe, walking shoes and nailed climbing boots.This concept also can be applied to the footwear types being usually considered to non-athletic, comprises dress shoes, slippers, sandals and brogan.Therefore, various footwear types can be applied to about the concept disclosed in article 100.

For the object of reference, article 100 can be divided into three general areas: footwear forward region 10, footwear middle region 12 and heel region 14, as shown in Figure 1, Figure 2 with shown in Fig. 3.Footwear forward region 10 comprises the part corresponding to the joint of toe and connection metatarsal and phalanx of article 100 substantially.Footwear middle region 12 comprises the part corresponding to the arch area of pin of article 100 substantially.Heel area 14 roughly corresponds to the rear portion comprising calcaneum of pin.Article 100 also comprise lateral surface 16 and medial surface 18, and lateral surface 16 and medial surface 18 extend through footwear forward region 10, footwear middle region 12 with each in heel region 14 and correspond to the relative side of article 100.More particularly, lateral surface 16 corresponds to the exterior lateral area (that is, deviating from the surface of another pin) of pin, and medial surface 18 corresponds to the inside region (that is, towards the surface of another pin) of pin.Footwear forward region 10, footwear middle region 12 and heel region 14 and lateral surface 16, medial surface 18 are not intended to the precise region dividing article 100.But footwear forward region 10, footwear middle region 12 and heel region 14 and lateral surface 16 and medial surface 18 intention represent the general areas of article 100 to contribute to discussion below.Except article 100, footwear forward region 10, footwear middle region 12 and heel region 14 and lateral surface 16, medial surface 18 also may be used on footwear sole construction 110, vamp 120 and independent element thereof.

In an exemplary embodiment, footwear sole construction 110 is fixed to vamp 120, and is extended between pin and ground when article 100 wear.In some embodiments, footwear sole construction 110 can comprise one or more parts, comprises midsole, footwear outer bottom and/or shoe-pad or inner sole.In an exemplary embodiment, footwear sole construction 110 can comprise the footwear outer bottom 112 of the lower surface being fixed to vamp 120 and/or be configured for base part footwear sole construction 110 being fixed to vamp 120.In one embodiment, footwear outer bottom 112 can be formed with the abrasive rubber material giving attachment frictional force by having texture.Although this configuration for footwear sole construction 110 provides the example that can be used for the footwear sole construction be connected with vamp 120, also can use for the other routines multiple of footwear sole construction 110 or unconventional configuration.Therefore, in other embodiments, footwear sole construction 110 or the feature of any footwear sole construction that uses together with vamp 120 can change.

Such as, in other embodiments, footwear sole construction 110 can comprise midsole and/or shoe-pad.Midsole can be fixed to the lower surface of vamp, and in some cases can by compressible polymer foam element (such as, polyurethanes or ethylvinylacetate foam (ethylvinylacetatefoam)) formed, this compressible polymer foam element is when weakening ground reaction force (that is, providing buffering) when walking, running or being compressed between pin and ground during other ambulatory activitieses.In other cases, midsole can comprise the plate, adjuster, fluid-filled chamber, upper stretching element (lastingelement) or the motion control members that weaken power, enhancing stability further or affect pin motion.In other cases, midsole can primarily of being positioned at vamp and the fluid-filled chamber extending to strengthen article comfortableness below the lower surface being positioned in pin is formed.

In some embodiments, vamp 120 define in article 100 for holding pin and relative to the cavity of footwear sole construction 110 fixing feet.Cavity is shaped to adapt to pin and the lateral surface along pin, the medial surface along pin, above pin, around heel and underfoot side extend.Vamp 120 comprises outer surface 121 and relative inner surface 122.Although outer surface 121 is towards outer and away from article 100, and inner surface 122 is towards interior and be defined in the major part of the cavity for receiving pin in article 100 or relatively large part.In addition, inner surface 122 may be rubbed against pin or covers the socks placement of pin.Vamp 120 also can comprise and is arranged at least heel region 14 and the footwear forming footwear larynx opening 140 neck 123.Entrance towards cavity is provided by footwear larynx opening 140.More particularly, pin is inserted in vamp 120 by being led the 123 footwear larynx openings 140 formed by footwear, and pin leaves from vamp 120 by being led the 123 footwear larynx openings 140 formed by footwear.In some embodiments, footwear back of the body region 150 extends to forward the region of contiguous footwear forward region 10 on the region corresponding to the instep of pin in footwear middle region 12 from the footwear neck 123 heel region 14 and ankle opening 140.

In some embodiments, vamp 120 can comprise flap part 152.Flap part 152 can be arranged in the lateral surface 16 of vamp 120 and medial surface 18 through footwear back of the body region 150.In an exemplary embodiment, flap part 152 can through footwear back of the body region 150 be attached to integratedly vamp 120 the part along lateral surface and medial surface and with vamp 120 along lateral surface together with the part of medial surface by integral weaving formation of structure.Therefore, as shown in FIG., vamp 120 can cross between lateral surface 16 and medial surface 18 footwear the back of the body region 150 extend continuously substantially.In other embodiments, flap part 152 can disconnect along lateral surface and medial surface through footwear back of the body region 150, and it is moveable for making in the opening between the Outboard Sections of flap part 152 on the opposite side in footwear back of the body region 150 and inboard portion.

Shoestring 154 extends through the multiple lace holes 153 in vamp 120, and allows wearer to change the size of vamp 120 to adapt to the ratio of pin.In some embodiments, shoestring 154 can extend across the lace hole 153 of the both sides layout along footwear back of the body region 150.More specifically, shoestring 154 allows wearer to tighten up vamp 120 around pin, and shoestring 154 allows wearer to unclamp vamp 120 to impel pin to enter from cavity and to shift out (that is, by footwear throat opening 140).In addition, the flap part 152 in footwear back of the body region 150 of vamp 120 extends the comfortableness strengthening article 100 below shoestring 154.Shoestring 154 illustrates together with article 100 in FIG, and in Fig. 2 to Fig. 4, for the sake of clarity, shoestring 154 can be omitted.In other configuration, vamp 120 can comprise other element, the heel counter of the enhancing stability in such as (a) heel region 14, the toe cap protection department (toeguard) formed by high-abrasive material in (b) footwear forward region 10, and (c) mark, trade mark and there is the label of operation instruction and material information.

In some embodiments, vamp 120 can comprise one or more part, and this one or more part comprises monofilament lines, as will be described in more detail below.Monofilament lines can be made up of the plastics or polymeric material being squeezed to be formed monofilament lines.Usually, monofilament lines can be lightweight and have high-tensile, namely can bear stress largely before tensile failure or fracture, to provide a large amount of or repellence largely for vamp 120.In an exemplary embodiment, the part comprising monofilament lines of vamp 120 can be arranged in one or more monofilament region 160.

In some embodiments, monofilament region 160 can be positioned in the different piece of vamp 120.In an exemplary embodiment, in the part that the pin being arranged in vamp 120 against wearer keeps flat by one or more monofilament region 160 can be positioned at article 100 wherein vamp 120 substantially.In this embodiment, monofilament region 160 comprises the inner side mono-filament portion 162 be arranged on the medial surface 18 of vamp 120 and the outside mono-filament portion 166 be arranged on the lateral surface 16 of vamp 120.Inner side mono-filament portion 162 and outside mono-filament portion 166 can be arranged in footwear middle region 12 substantially.In some embodiments, monofilament region 160 also can comprise the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear in the front in footwear back of the body region 150 in the footwear forward region 10 being arranged in vamp 120.

In some embodiments, can to cross vamp 120 continuous substantially between each monofilament region 160 in monofilament region 160.Such as, in one embodiment, inner side mono-filament portion 162 can be continuous with the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear, and outside mono-filament portion 166 also can be continuous with the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear.Utilize this configuration, monofilament region 160 can be formed crosses vamp 120 and crosses from lateral surface 16 region of continuous print substantially that footwear forward region 10 extends to medial surface 18.In other enforcement cases, each monofilament region 160 comprising inner side mono-filament portion 162, the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear and/or outside mono-filament portion 166 can be discontinuous with other monofilament regions 160 be arranged on vamp 120.In the discontinuous embodiment in monofilament region 160, each monofilament region 160 (such as, inner side mono-filament portion 162, the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear and/or outside mono-filament portion 166) can by the remainder of vamp 120 around or surround.

A lot of conventional footwear uppers is formed by the multiple material elements such as connected by sewing up or combine (such as, fabric, foam of polymers, polymer flake, leather, synthetic leather).By contrast, in some embodiments, the major part of vamp 120 is formed by by the knitting member 130 hereafter discussed in further detail.Knitting member 130 can such as be manufactured by horizontal volume technique (flatknittingprocess), and along lateral surface 16 and medial surface 18, extend through each in footwear forward region 10, footwear middle region 12 and heel region 14 on footwear forward region 10 and around heel region 14.In an exemplary embodiment, knitting member 130 forms whole vamp 120 substantially, comprises the major part of inner surface 122 or relatively large part and outer surface 121, thus defines a part for the cavity in vamp 120.In some embodiments, knitting member 130 also can just extend underfoot.But, in other embodiments, this wound Bel's inner sock (strobelsock) or material piece of pump sole shape are fixed to knitting member 130 to form the base part of vamp 120, and this base part just extends underfoot and is attached for footwear sole construction 110.In addition, as depicted in figure 4, seam 129 extends vertically through heel region 14, to connect the edge of knitting member 130.

Although seam can be present in knitting member 130, the major part of knitting member 130 has configuration seamless substantially.In addition, knitting member 130 can by integral weaving formation of structure.As used herein, knitting member (such as, knitting member 130) is defined as when being formed as one-piece member by weaving being formed by " integral weaving structure ".That is, weaving forms the various characteristic sum structure of knitting member 130 substantially and does not need manufacturing step other significantly or technique.Integral weaving structure can be used for forming knitting member, described knitting member has structure or the element of the one or more lines comprising yarn, line (strand) or other braided materials, described one or more line is connected and makes this structure or element comprise at least one common line (that is, sharing yarn) and/or be included in continuous print line substantially between each in this structure or element.Utilize this layout, provide the one-piece member of a kind of integral weaving structure.

Although the part of knitting member 130 can be connected to each other (such as after weaving, the edge of knitting member 130 is joined together), but knitting member 130 is still by integral weaving formation of structure, because knitting member 130 is formed as single-piece knitting element.In addition, when other elements (such as, shoestring, mark, trade mark, the label with operation instruction and material information, structural detail) are added after weaving, knitting member 130 is still by integral weaving formation of structure.

Knitting member 130 can comprise various types of yarns of the independent region different qualities giving vamp 120.That is, a region of knitting member 130 can be formed by the yarn of the first kind of imparting first group of characteristic, and another region of knitting member 130 can be formed by the yarn of the Second Type of imparting second group of characteristic.In this configuration, by selecting specific yarn for the zones of different of knitting member 130, characteristic can run through vamp 120 and change.The yarn of particular type forms the material of various silk in yarn and fiber by depending on giving the characteristic part in the region of knitting member 130.Such as, cotton provides soft feel, natural aesthetic feeling and biodegradability.Elastomer (elastane) and stretched polyester provide a large amount of draftability and restorative separately, and wherein stretched polyester also provides recycling property.Artificial silk (rayon) provide high glaze and hygroscopicity.Wool, except providing insulative properties and biodegradability, also provides high hygroscopicity.Nylon has the durable of relatively high intensity and high-abrasive material.Polyester is the hydrophobic material also providing relatively high durability.In addition to the materials, other aspects of the yarn being used for knitting member 130 are selected can to affect the characteristic of vamp 120.Such as, the yarn forming knitting member 130 can be monofilament yarn or polyfilament yarn.Yarn can also comprise the silk of the separation that each free different materials is formed.In addition, yarn can comprise the silk that two or more different materials of each freedom are formed, and the yarn of such as bi-component, wherein silk has the core/sheath geometry (sheath-coreconfiguration) or two half-unit that are formed by different materials.Distortion in various degree and curling and different danier (denier) also can affect the characteristic of vamp 120.Therefore, the other side of the material and yarn that form yarn can by the independent region selected various characteristic is given vamp 120.

In some configurations of knitting member 130, the material forming yarn can be non-fus or fusible.Such as, not fusible yarn can be formed by thermosetting polyester material substantially, and fusible yarn can be formed by thermoplastic polyester material at least in part.When fusible yarn heated and fuse into not fusible yarn time, this technique can have the effect making the hardening or rigidization of the structure of knitting member 130.In addition, the part using fusible yarn to connect not fusible yarn can have effect that the is fixing or relative position of the not fusible yarn of locking in knitting member 130, thus gives stretch-resistance and rigidity.That is, the part of not fusible yarn can relative to each other not slided when fusing with fusible yarn, thus prevents the relative movement due to braiding structure from causing warpage or the permanent elongation of knitting member 130.If the fracture limit that the part using another feature of fusible yarn to relate to knitting member 130 in the part of knitting member 130 becomes in damage or not fusible yarn is untied.Therefore, the region of knitting member 130 can be configured with fusible yarn and not fusible yarn in braiding structure.

In an exemplary embodiment, vamp 120 can comprise first kind yarn, and this first kind yarn is woven to be formed the part except monofilament region 160 of knitting member 130.Monofilament region 160 on vamp 120 is by being formed with monofilament lines braiding, to form the knitting member 130 that integral weaving constructs together with the part woven with first kind yarn.That is, monofilament region 160 together with the remainder of knitting member 130 by integral weaving formation of structure, to become one-piece member.

In some embodiments, knitting member 130 can comprise one or more borderline region.The yarn wherein for weaving knitting member 130 that borderline region defines knitting member 130 to be transitioned into the part of another kind of yarn types from a kind of yarn types.Such as, knitting member 130 can be transitioned into the monofilament lines forming monofilament region 160 in the one or more borderline region places on vamp 120 from first kind yarn.In an exemplary embodiment, first kind yarn is transitioned into monofilament lines at the one or more borderline region places be associated with each in monofilament region 160 from twisted fibers yarn that is natural or that synthesize.In this embodiment, inner side mono-filament portion 162 comprises the border, rear inner side 200 arranged towards the heel region 14 of vamp 120, at this border 200, rear inner side place, the monofilament lines forming inner side mono-filament portion 162 is transitioned into the first kind yarn of the remainder for the formation of knitting member 130.Inner side mono-filament portion 162 also can comprise border 204, inner side, top and border 206 is at the end.In one embodiment, border 204, inner side, top is located along the medial surface 18 of vamp 120, and can lead 123 and the spaced apart first distance D1 of footwear larynx opening 140 with footwear.In one embodiment, border 206 is also located along the medial surface 18 of vamp 120 at the end, and can second distance D2 spaced apart with footwear sole construction 110.

In some embodiments, border, front inner side 202 can be defined in the front position of the inner side mono-filament portion 162 on vamp 120.In monofilament region 160 substantially continuous print embodiment, border, front inner side 202 can be transited into the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear simply.But in the discontinuous embodiment in each monofilament region 160, the transition part getting back to the first yarn types from monofilament lines can be defined in border, front inner side 202.Should be understood that in these discontinuous embodiments, the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear will be defined by another borderline region, and at this borderline region place, yarn transits back into monofilament lines again.

Continue along vamp 120, the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear can comprise rear footwear front boundary 208 and front footwear front boundary 209.In one embodiment, rear footwear front boundary 208 can be positioned at the footwear back of the body front in region 150 and spaced apart 3rd distance D3.Similarly, front footwear front boundary 209 can be positioned at the toe end of article 100 and spaced apart 4th distance D4.In this embodiment, outside mono-filament portion 166 comprises the rear outer boundaries 210 of arranging towards the heel region 14 of vamp 120, at rear outer boundaries 210 place, the monofilament lines forming outside mono-filament portion 166 is transitioned into the first kind yarn of the remainder for the formation of knitting member 130.Outside mono-filament portion 166 also can comprise top outer boundaries 214 and end outer boundaries 216.In one embodiment, push up outer boundaries 214 locate along the lateral surface 16 of vamp 120 and 123 and the spaced apart 5th distance D5 of footwear larynx opening 140 can be led with footwear.In one embodiment, end outer boundaries 216 also can be located along the lateral surface 16 of vamp 120 and can six distance D6 spaced apart with footwear sole construction 110.

In different embodiments, the distance be associated with the first distance D1, second distance D2, the 3rd distance D3, the 4th distance D4, the 5th distance D5 and/or the 6th distance D6 can change.Such as, in some cases, the first distance D1 and the 5th distance D5 can change from 1cm to 4cm.In an exemplary embodiment, the first distance D1 and the 5th distance D5 can be about 2cm to 3cm.In some cases, second distance D2 and the 6th distance D6 can change from 0.1cm to 1cm.In an exemplary embodiment, second distance D2 and the 6th distance D6 can be about 0.25cm to 0.5cm.In some cases, the 3rd distance D3 can change from 1cm to 4cm.In one embodiment, the 3rd distance D3 can be about 2cm to 3cm.In some cases, the 4th distance D4 can change from 2cm to 6cm.In one embodiment, the 4th distance D4 can be about 3cm to 5cm.In other cases, the distance be associated with the first distance D1, second distance D2, the 3rd distance D3, the 4th distance D4, the 5th distance D5 and/or the 6th distance D6 can be larger or less of to provide the monofilament region 160 of difformity and/or size.

In some embodiments, front outer boundaries 212 can define the front position of outside mono-filament portion 166 on vamp 120.Border 202, inner side before being similar to, in monofilament region 160 substantially continuous print embodiment, front outer boundaries 212 can be transited into the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear simply.But in the discontinuous embodiment in each monofilament region 160, front outer boundaries 212 can define the transition part getting back to the first yarn types from monofilament lines.Should be understood that in these discontinuous embodiments, the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear will be defined by another borderline region, and at this borderline region place, yarn transits back into monofilament lines again.

In some embodiments, inner side mono-filament portion 162 can have similar layout with outside mono-filament portion 166 so that symmetrical approx on medial surface 18 with each in lateral surface 16.In these embodiments, the first distance D1 and the 5th distance D5 can approximately equal.Similarly, second distance D2 and the 6th distance D6 also can approximately equal, but in other embodiments, and each in medial surface 18 and lateral surface 16 can have monofilament regions 160 different between each side.Therefore, in other such embodiments, each in first distance D1 and the 5th distance D5 can be different, and/or second distance D2 and the 6th distance D6 can be different, with make inner side mono-filament portion 162 and outside mono-filament portion 166 from footwear neck 123 and/or footwear sole construction 110 farther or more closely locate.In other embodiments, in medial surface 18 or lateral surface 16 only one can comprise monofilament region 160.Should be understood that be of different sizes, other configurations in the monofilament region 160 of shape and/or position can arrange according to technique described herein.

In some embodiments, the monofilament region 160 on vamp 120 can be transparent, translucent or opaque, depends on the feature for the manufacture of the material of the monofilament lines forming corresponding monofilament region 160 or characteristic.In one embodiment, the single monofilament lines with about 0.114mm diameter can be used for forming monofilament region 160, comprises each in inner side mono-filament portion 162, the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear and outside mono-filament portion 166.There is monofilament lines that is comparatively large or small diameter can be used in other embodiments.In addition, in other embodiments, different monofilament lines can be used for each independent monofilament region 160 on vamp 120, to provide different characteristics or feature to corresponding monofilament region 160.

By the knitting member 130 with monofilament region 160 being incorporated in the vamp 120 for article 100, the weight that monofilament region 160 can provide intensity, stretch-resistance, alleviate, and/or help air-flow through vamp 120 to provide ventilation to the inside of article 100.Such as, as shown in Figure 5, inner side mono-filament portion 162 and outside mono-filament portion 166 are arranged along each in the medial surface 18 of vamp 120 and lateral surface 16 in footwear middle region 12.Utilize this configuration, the medial surface 18 of vamp 120 and lateral surface 16 can have intensity and the repellence of increase in that region.In addition, the structure of inner side mono-filament portion 162 and outside mono-filament portion 166 allows air easily to enter in the inside of article 100 through vamp 120.Such as, when the pin of wearer is arranged in the inside of article 100 along the base part 500 of vamp 120, air is negotiable to neutralize from vamp 120 out to help the ventilation provided article 100 to vamp 120.

In addition, have the vamp 120 in one or more monofilament region 160 by being formed, compared with the vamp all formed by twisted fibers yarn that is natural or that synthesize, the gross weight of vamp 120 can alleviate significantly.Such as, in one embodiment, can heavily about 49 grams when using natural or the braiding of synthesis twisted fibers yarn for the vamp of the size 8 of man.By contrast, for similar size, the vamp 120 with monofilament region 160 can only weigh 29 grams.Therefore, the weight using monofilament lines to be associated with the monofilament region 160 in vamp 120 is saved can gently at least 40%.In addition, by changing the quantity in the monofilament region 160 on vamp 120, shape and/or size, the other weight be increased to more than 40% that alleviates of weight can be realized to save.

With reference now to Fig. 6 and Fig. 7, the exemplary of knitting member 130 illustrates with plane or flat configuration.In this embodiment, knitting member 130 has the configuration of the Y shape substantially being sketched the contours profile by outer peripheral edge 600.In this embodiment, outer peripheral edge 600 extends to medial surface 18 around knitting member 130 from lateral surface 16.The neighboring of knitting member 130 also comprise be arranged in lateral surface 16 and medial surface 18 each on a pair heel edge 602.In an exemplary embodiment, knitting member 130 also can comprise the inner peripheral edge along footwear neck 123, and footwear neck 123 will be associated with above-mentioned footwear larynx opening 140 and define footwear larynx opening 140.When being incorporated in the article of footwear comprising article 100, the base part 500 shown in Fig. 5 that can be used as with outer peripheral edge 600 at least partially at heel edge 602 is placed against the upper surface of footwear sole construction 110.In other embodiments, knitting member 130 can be connected to this wound Bel's inner sock or shoe-pad for being attached to footwear sole construction 110.In addition, heel edge 602 is connected to each other and extends vertically to form seam 129 in the heel region 14 of article 100.In some embodiments of article of footwear, material elements can cover seam 129 between heel edge 602 with reinforcement seams 129 and improve the aesthetic of article.

Knitting member 130 can comprise footwear back of the body region 150, and these footwear carry on the back region 150 by integral weaving formation of structure together with the remainder of vamp 120, as mentioned above.In some embodiments, footwear back of the body region 150 comprises the multiple lace holes 153 be arranged in knitting member 130.Lace hole 153 can pass knitting member 130 and extends to inner surface 122 from outer surface 121 and be configured to receive shoestring (comprising shoestring 154).In an exemplary embodiment, lace hole 153 is directly formed in knitting member 130 by weaving.But in other embodiments, lace hole 153 can comprise the other fastening element adding knitting member 130 to.

In various embodiments, knitting member 130 can comprise various types of yarns of the independent region different qualities giving vamp 120.Such as, a region of knitting member 130 can be formed by the first kind yarn of imparting first group of characteristic, and another region of the first knitting member 130 can be formed by the Second Type yarn of imparting second group of characteristic.In this configuration, by selecting specific yarn for the zones of different of knitting member 130, characteristic can change in whole vamp 120.In an exemplary embodiment, knitting member 130 comprises monofilament region 160, as mentioned above.In one embodiment, monofilament region 160 can comprise inner side mono-filament portion 162, the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of footwear and/or outside mono-filament portion 166.As mentioned above, knitting member 130, by integral weaving formation of structure, makes each region in the region of knitting member 130 (comprising monofilament region 160) be woven by as one-piece member.

With reference now to Fig. 7, the enlarged drawing of the part along different borderline regions in monofilament region 160 is illustrated, to illustrate the integral weaving structure of knitting member 130.As mentioned above, the yarn wherein for weaving knitting member 130 that the borderline region on knitting member 130 defines knitting member 130 to be transitioned into the part of another kind of yarn types from a kind of yarn types.Such as, knitting member 130 can be transitioned into the monofilament lines 701 forming monofilament region 160 in the one or more borderline region places on vamp 120 from first kind yarn 700.In an exemplary embodiment, first kind yarn 700 is transitioned into monofilament lines 701 at the one or more borderline region places be associated with each region in monofilament region 160 from twisted fibers yarn that is natural or that synthesize.

As shown in Figure 7, before in the footwear forward region 10 of knitting member 130 footwear front boundary 209 place, and knitting member 130 is transitioned into the remainder formed by first kind yarn 700 of knitting member 130 from the anterior mono-filament portion 164 of the footwear formed by monofilament lines 701.In this embodiment, the line (such as, by mutual lasso (interloop)) of monofilament lines 701 is connected to the line of the vicinity of first kind yarn 700.That is, the line formed by braiding monofilament lines 701 is with continuous substantially by weaving the line that first kind yarn 700 formed.Utilize this configuration, monofilament region 160 can by integral weaving formation of structure together with knitting member 130.

Similarly, at borderline region place, the stringer of the vicinity of knitting member 130 also can be transitioned into dissimilar yarn from the yarn of a type.As shown in Figure 7, at border 204 place, inner side, top, knitting member 130 is from the section transitions formed by first kind yarn 700 to the inner side mono-filament portion 162 formed by monofilament lines 701.In this embodiment, the stringer of first kind yarn 700 is connected to the stringer of the vicinity of monofilament lines 701.In one embodiment, monofilament region 160 can use embossing knitting skill to weave, with along borderline region transition between yarn types.Such as, the stringer of stringer by using embossing knitting structure technical battery to receive the vicinity of monofilament lines 701 of first kind yarn 700.Utilize this configuration, monofilament region 160 can by together with knitting member 130 by integral weaving formation of structure.

By formed integral weaving structure the knitting member 130 with monofilament region 160, monofilament region 160 can by the remainder of knitting member 130 around or surround so that under monofilament region 160 is placed in tension force.That is, first kind yarn 700 can be configured to the monofilament region 160 around being formed by monofilament lines 701.Because first kind yarn 700 can have than non-resilient and that the monofilament lines 701 of stretch-proof is little stretch-resistance, so knitting member 130 can stretch in the part around monofilament region 160, to apply slight tensile force on monofilament region 160.Utilize this configuration, divide the tensile force be applied on monofilament region 160 can help to stop or reduce and may produce the kink of uncomfortable sensation or sharp-pointed bend to the pin of wearer in monofilament lines 701 in monofilament region 160 by the around portion of knitting member 130.

In different embodiments, the article of footwear comprising the knitting member taken on a different character can be provided.In some embodiments, article of footwear can be configured with the knitting member in the dissimilar monofilament region had on vamp.The characteristic that vamp provides different can be thought according to required type and change in location in monofilament region.Such as, in some embodiments, the monofilament region having twisted fibers yarn internal layer that is natural or synthesis can be configured to as the pin of wearer provides comfortableness.Fig. 8 to Figure 17 illustrates another exemplary of the article of footwear 800 (also referred to as article 800) with polytype monofilament region 860.In some embodiments, article of footwear 800 can comprise the vamp 820 being attached to above-mentioned footwear sole construction 110.In an exemplary embodiment, vamp 820 can comprise polytype monofilament region 860.

In some embodiments, vamp 820 can comprise multiple parts of the parts being similar to above-mentioned vamp 120 substantially.Such as, vamp 820 can comprise the outer surface 821 and relative inner surface 822 that are similar to above-mentioned outer surface 121 and inner surface 122 substantially.Vamp 820 also can comprise the footwear neck 823 being similar to footwear neck 123 substantially, and these footwear neck 823 is arranged at least heel region 14 and form footwear larynxs opening 840, and this footwear larynx opening 840 provides the entrance of the inside entering vamp 820.In addition, vamp 820 also can comprise the footwear back of the body region 850 being similar to above-mentioned footwear back of the body region 150 substantially.

In some embodiments, footwear back of the body region 850 also can comprise flap part 852, and flap part 852 is arranged in the lateral surface 16 of vamp 820 and medial surface 18 through footwear back of the body region 850.In an exemplary embodiment, flap part 852 can be similar to above-mentioned flap part 152 substantially, and can through footwear back of the body region 850 be integrally attached to vamp 820 the part along lateral surface and medial surface and with vamp 820 along lateral surface together with the part of medial surface by integral weaving formation of structure.In other embodiments, as flap part 152, flap part 852 can similarly pass through footwear back of the body region 850 and disconnect along lateral surface and medial surface, and it is moveable for making in the opening between the Outboard Sections of flap part 852 on the opposite side in footwear back of the body region 850 and inboard portion.

Article 800 also can use together with above-mentioned shoestring 154, and shoestring 154 extends through the multiple lace holes 853 in vamp 820 and allows wearer to revise the size of vamp 820 to adapt to the ratio of pin.In some embodiments, shoestring 154 can extend across the lace hole 853 of the both sides layout along footwear back of the body region 850.In some embodiments, lace hole 853 can be the shoestring receiver member that the rim-shaped part inlaying stretching element 832 is formed, as hereafter will further described.More specifically, shoestring 154 allows wearer to tighten up vamp 820 around pin, and shoestring 154 allows wearer to unclamp vamp 820 to facilitate pin to enter from cavity and to shift out (that is, through footwear larynx opening 840).In addition, the flap part 852 of vamp 820 in footwear back of the body region 850 extends the comfortableness improving article 800 below shoestring 854.Shoestring 154 illustrates together with article 800 in fig. 8, and in Fig. 9 to Figure 11, for the sake of clarity, shoestring 154 can be omitted.In other structure, vamp 820 can comprise other element, the heel counter of the enhancing stability in such as (a) heel region 14, the toe cap protection department formed by high-abrasive material in (b) footwear forward region 10, and (c) mark, trade mark and there is the label of operation instruction and material information.

In some embodiments, vamp 820 can comprise one or more part, and this one or more part comprises above-mentioned monofilament lines.In an exemplary embodiment, the part comprising monofilament lines of vamp 820 can be arranged in one or more monofilament region 860.In this embodiment, monofilament region 860 can comprise two or more dissimilar monofilament regions.Such as, in one embodiment, different monofilament regions can have different braiding structures.In another embodiment, different monofilament regions can use being combined to form of monofilament lines and twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis.

As above-described monofilament region 160, monofilament region 860 can be positioned in the different part of vamp 820.In an exemplary embodiment, in the part that the pin against the wearer being arranged in vamp 820 keeps flat by one or more monofilament region 860 can be positioned at article 800 wherein vamp 820 substantially.In this embodiment, monofilament region 880 comprises the inner side mono-filament portion 862 be arranged on the medial surface 18 of vamp 820 and the outside mono-filament portion 866 be arranged on the lateral surface 16 of vamp 820.Inner side mono-filament portion 862 and outside mono-filament portion 866 can be arranged in footwear middle region 12 substantially.In some embodiments, monofilament region 860 also can comprise the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and heel mono-filament portion 868.The anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear is arranged in the front in footwear back of the body region 850 in the footwear forward region 10 of vamp 820, and heel mono-filament portion 868 is arranged in heel region 14.In an exemplary embodiment, heel mono-filament portion 868 can extend between lateral surface 16 and medial surface 18 substantially continuously around the heel region 14 of vamp 820.

In some embodiments, can to cross vamp 820 continuous substantially between each monofilament region 860 in monofilament region 860.Such as, in one embodiment, inner side mono-filament portion 862 can be continuous with the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear, and outside mono-filament portion 866 also can be continuous with the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear.Similarly, outside mono-filament portion 866 can be continuous with heel mono-filament portion 868, and inner side mono-filament portion 862 also can continuous at least partially with heel mono-filament portion 868.Utilize this configuration, monofilament region 860 can be formed in the forward part of article 100 crosses vamp 820 and crosses from lateral surface 16 region of continuous print substantially that footwear forward region 10 extends to medial surface 18, and crosses vamp 820 in the rear section that can be formed in article 100 and cross from lateral surface the region of continuous print substantially that heel region 14 extends to medial surface.

In other embodiments, comprise inner side mono-filament portion 862, each monofilament region 860 of footwear anterior mono-filament portion 864, outside mono-filament portion 866 and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 can be discontinuous with other monofilament regions 860 be arranged on vamp 820.In the discontinuous embodiment in monofilament region 860, each monofilament region 860 can by the remainder of vamp 820 fully around or surround.

Compared with above-mentioned knitting member 130, the knitting member 830 shown in Fig. 8 to Figure 16 can comprise other structure or element.In an exemplary embodiment, the main element of knitting member 830 is knitting elements 831 and inlays stretching element 832.Knitting element 831 can be formed by least one yarn, and this yarn is operated (such as, with braider) to form the multiple circles worn mutually defining multiple line and stringer.That is, knitting element 831 has the structure of braided fabric.Inlay stretching element 832 extend through knitting element 831 and pass through between different circle in knitting element 831.Although inlay stretching element 832 to extend along the line in knitting element 831 substantially, inlay stretching element 832 and also can extend along the stringer in knitting element 831.Inlay stretching element 832 and can give stretch-resistance, and when being incorporated in article 800 and shoestring 154 co-operate to improve the foot-suitability of article 800.In an exemplary embodiment, inlay stretching element 832 and through one or more parts of knitting element 831, the part in one or more monofilament region 860 can be comprised.

In some embodiments, inlay stretching element 832 to carry on the back region 850 from footwear sole construction 110 towards footwear and extend up through knitting element 831 by the vertical direction.In an exemplary embodiment, the part of inlaying stretching element 832 can form the circle serving as lace hole 853, and then can extend with returning downwards from footwear back of the body region 850 towards footwear sole construction 110 by the vertical direction.In addition, when article 800 are provided with shoestring 154, inlay stretching element 832 and can work as tensioning when shoestring 154 is tightened up, and inlay stretching element 832 and resist stretching in vamp 820.In addition, inlay stretching element 832 to contribute to vamp 820 to be fixed on around pin and with shoestring 154 co-operate to improve the foot-suitability of article 800.In some embodiments, inlay stretching element 832 can comprise along footwear the back of the body medial surface in region 850 and one or more part places of lateral surface leave knitting element 831, to be exposed on the outer surface 821 of vamp 820.

Described by above reference knitting member 130, knitting member 830 can comprise the yarn formed by different materials similarly, and this yarn comprises for the formation of any one in the suitable material of above-mentioned yarn.In some embodiments, knitting member 830 also can comprise not fusible yarn as previously discussed and fusible yarn.When fusible yarn heated and fuse into not fusible yarn time, this technique can have the effect making the hardening or rigidization of the structure of knitting member 830.In addition, by (a), a part of not fusible yarn is connected to another part of not fusible yarn, and/or (b) is not fusible yarn with inlay stretching element 832 and be connected to each other, there is the effect of the relative position fixed or lock not fusible yarn and inlay stretching element 832, thus give stretch-resistance and rigidity.That is, the part of not fusible yarn cannot relative to each other be slided when fusing with fusible yarn, thus the warpage of the knitting element 831 preventing the relative motion due to braiding structure from causing or permanent elongation.In addition, inlaying stretching element 832 cannot slide relative to knitting element 831, thus prevents the part of inlaying stretching element 832 from pulling out from knitting element 831.Therefore, the region of knitting member 830 can be configured with fusible yarn and not fusible yarn in knitting element 831.

In some embodiments, knitting member 830 can comprise the knitting element 831 with multiple braid.Can partly jointly the extending and overlapping part of knitting element 831 with the braid that knitting member 830 is associated, this part to be included between braid to and fro through so that and at least one common yarn of interlocking or monofilament lines connected to each other by these layer.Utilize this configuration, braid forms the single braided fabric by integral weaving formation of structure together.

In an exemplary embodiment, can be included in one or more part place interlocked with one another with at least two braids forming knitting member 830 for knitting element 831.In one embodiment, the first braid can form the major part of the first side of knitting member 830, and the second braid can form the major part of the second side of knitting member 830.In some embodiments, the first braid can be associated with the major part of outer surface 821, and the second braid can be associated with the major part of inner surface 822.In an exemplary embodiment, inlay the part that stretching element 832 can extend across the first braid, the second braid, and/or through the part of knitting element 831 the first braid and the second braid.

In some embodiments, described by above reference knitting member 130, knitting member 830 can comprise one or more borderline region.The yarn wherein for weaving a part for knitting member 830 that borderline region defines knitting member 830 to be transitioned into the part of another kind of yarn types from a kind of yarn types.Such as, knitting member 830 can be transitioned into the monofilament lines forming monofilament region 860 in the one or more borderline region places on vamp 820 from first kind yarn.In addition, also can have in the embodiment of the configuration of multiple braid at knitting member 830, borderline region can change yarn types in the only place in the first braid and the second braid, or can change yarn types at the first braid and the second braid place.That is, borderline region can be applicable in the level of individual braid of knitting element 831.

In an exemplary embodiment, first kind yarn is transitioned into monofilament lines at the one or more borderline region places be associated with each in monofilament region 880 from twisted fibers yarn that is natural or that synthesize.In this embodiment, inner side mono-filament portion 882 comprises border, rear inner side 900, this border, rear inner side 900 is arranged along a part for vamp 820 on medial surface 18 towards heel region 14, at this place, at least one monofilament lines forming a braid of inner side mono-filament portion 882 is transitioned into the first kind yarn of the remainder for the formation of knitting member 830 at least one braid of knitting element 831.Inner side mono-filament portion 862 also can comprise border 904, inner side, top and border 906 is at the end.In one embodiment, border 904, inner side, top is located along the medial surface 18 of vamp 820 and can lead 823 and the spaced apart first distance D1 of footwear larynx opening 840 with footwear, and border 906 is also located along the medial surface 18 of vamp 820 and can described above second distance D2 spaced apart with footwear sole construction 110 at the end.

In some embodiments, the front position of mono-filament portion 862 on vamp 820, inner side can be defined in border, front inner side 902.In monofilament region 860 substantially continuous print embodiment, border, front inner side 902 can be transited into the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear simply.But in the discontinuous embodiment in each monofilament region 860, the transition part of first yarn types of getting back to two braids for the formation of knitting element 831 from monofilament lines can be defined in border, front inner side 902.Should be understood that in these discontinuous embodiments, the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear will be defined by another borderline region, and at this borderline region place, yarn transits back into the monofilament lines for the formation of at least one braid again.

Continue along vamp 820, the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear can comprise rear footwear front boundary 908 and front footwear front boundary 909.In one embodiment, rear footwear front boundary 908 can be positioned at the footwear back of the body front in region 850 and spaced apart 3rd distance D3, and front footwear front boundary 909 can be positioned at the neighbouring and spaced apart 4th distance D4 of the toe end of article 800, as described above.In this embodiment, outside mono-filament portion 866 comprises the rear outer boundaries 910 be arranged in towards heel region 14 on the lateral surface 16 of vamp 820, and at least one monofilament lines forming a braid of outside mono-filament portion 866 is transitioned into the first kind yarn of the remainder for the formation of knitting member 830 at least one braid of knitting element 831.Outside mono-filament portion 866 also can comprise top outer boundaries 914 and end outer boundaries 916.In one embodiment, top outer boundaries 914 is located along the lateral surface 16 of vamp 820 and can lead 823 and the spaced apart 5th distance D5 of footwear larynx opening 840 with footwear, and end outer boundaries 916 also can be located along the lateral surface 16 of vamp 820 and can six distance D6 spaced apart with footwear sole construction 110, as described above.

In some embodiments, front outer boundaries 912 can define the front position of outside mono-filament portion 886 on vamp 820.Border 902, inner side before being similar to, in monofilament region 860 substantially continuous print embodiment, front outer boundaries 912 can be transited into the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear simply.But in the discontinuous embodiment in each monofilament region 860, front outer boundaries 912 can define the transition part of first yarn types of getting back to two braids for the formation of knitting element 831 from monofilament lines.Should be understood that in these discontinuous embodiments, the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear will be defined by another borderline region, and at this borderline region place, yarn transits back into the monofilament lines for the formation of at least one braid again.

In some embodiments, describe with reference to knitting member 130 as above, inner side mono-filament portion 862 can have similar layout with outside mono-filament portion 866 so that symmetrical approx on medial surface 18 with each in lateral surface 16.In these embodiments, the first distance D1 and the 5th distance D5 can approximately equal.Similarly, second distance D2 and the 6th distance D6 also can approximately equal.But in other embodiments, each in medial surface 18 and lateral surface 16 can have monofilament regions 860 different between each side.Therefore, in other such embodiments, each in first distance D1 and the 5th distance D5 can be different and/or second distance D2 and the 6th distance D6 can be different, with make inner side mono-filament portion 862 and outside mono-filament portion 866 from footwear neck 823 and/or footwear sole construction 110 farther or more closely locate.In other embodiments, in medial surface 18 or lateral surface 16 only one can comprise monofilament region 860.Should be understood that be of different sizes, other configurations in the monofilament region 860 of shape and/or position can arrange according to technique described herein.

In addition, in an exemplary embodiment, knitting member 830 also can comprise the borderline region be associated with heel mono-filament portion 868.In this embodiment, heel mono-filament portion 868 can comprise heel border 920, top and heel border, the end 922.Heel border 920, top can lead with footwear in the heel region 14 of vamp 820 823 and footwear larynx opening 840 spaced apart, and heel border, the end 922 can be spaced apart with footwear sole construction 110.In some embodiments, heel border 920, top can to footwear lead 823 with to border 904, inner side, top and/or the distance of pushing up outer boundaries 914 similar substantially spaced apart, and heel border, the end 922 can to footwear sole construction 110 with to border at the end 906 and/or the similar substantially distance of end outer boundaries 916 spaced apart.In other embodiments, the spacing of pushing up heel border 920 and/or heel border, the end 922 can change.

As described above, in some embodiments, knitting member 830 can comprise polytype monofilament region 860 with different structure.Such as, in an exemplary embodiment, the monofilament region that can comprise the first kind formed by two braids woven by monofilament lines, monofilament region 860 and the monofilament region of Second Type that formed by two braids woven with monofilament lines and twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis.In an exemplary embodiment, the monofilament region 860 (that is, two braids of monofilament lines) of the first kind can be arranged along each in lateral surface 16 and medial surface 18.In this embodiment, inner side mono-filament portion 862 and/or outside mono-filament portion 866 can be the monofilament regions of the first kind.That is, inner side mono-filament portion 862 and/or outside mono-filament portion 866 can comprise the first braid formed by the first monofilament lines and the second braid formed by the second monofilament lines.

In an exemplary embodiment, the part being configured to place against the toe of the pin of wearer and heel when the pin of wearer is arranged in vamp 820 of knitting member 830 can be configured with the monofilament region 860 of Second Type, that is, two braids of the braid that there is the braid formed by monofilament lines and formed by twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis.In this embodiment, the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 can be the monofilament regions of Second Type.That is, the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 second braid that can comprise the first braid of being formed by monofilament lines and be formed by twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis.

In an exemplary embodiment, the first braid formed by the monofilament lines in the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 can be associated with the outer surface 821 of vamp 820, and the second braid formed by the twisted fibers yarn that is natural or that synthesize in the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 can be associated with the inner surface 822 of vamp 820.Such as, in one embodiment, the second braid be associated with inner surface 822 can be made up of the PE yarn in the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and/or heel mono-filament portion 868.Utilize this configuration, the pin that the second braid of PE yarn can be the wearer be arranged in vamp 820 provides smooth and the inner surface 822 of softness.In addition, the second braid can be pin provides protection with from the sharp edges of the first braid formed by the monofilament lines in the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 or the impact of sweep.

In another embodiment, the second braid be associated with inner surface 822 can be made up of the combination of the PE yarn in the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 and fusible yarn.Utilize this configuration, as mentioned above, the fusible thread segment be associated with the second braid can be configured to the appropriate location helping when heated anterior for footwear mono-filament portion 864 and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 to be arranged in knitting member 830.

As described above, by the knitting member 830 with dissimilar monofilament region 860 being incorporated in the vamp 820 of article 800, monofilament region 860 can provide intensity, stretch-resistance, the weight alleviated and/or help air-flow through vamp 820 to provide ventilation to the inside of article 800.In addition, by changing two braid configurations in monofilament region 860, vamp 820 can provide these features also to keep the comfortableness of the pin to wearer simultaneously.With reference now to Figure 12 A to Figure 12 C, illustrate the cross-sectional view of the article 800 with vamp 820, this vamp 820 comprises the knitting member 830 with dissimilar monofilament region 860.

Figure 12 A illustrates the cross-sectional view crossing the footwear forward region 10 that vamp 820 intercepts.In this embodiment, the anterior mono-filament portion 884 of footwear is arranged along the top portion of vamp 820.In an exemplary embodiment, the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear can be the monofilament region 860 of Second Type described above.In this embodiment, the anterior mono-filament portion 884 of footwear comprises two braids, the second braid comprising the first braid of being formed by the monofilament lines be associated with the outer surface 821 of knitting member 830 and formed by the twisted fibers yarn that is natural or that synthesize be associated with inner surface 822.In some embodiments, the second braid of the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear can be made up of the yarn identical with the remainder of the knitting element 831 forming knitting member 830.

Utilize this configuration, when the pin of wearer is arranged in the inside of article 800 along the base part 1200 of vamp 820, the negotiable neutralization from vamp 820 to vamp 820 of air is out that article 800 provide ventilation with help, and the more soft braid that the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear can comprise along inner surface 822 thinks the sensation that pin provides comfortable.

Figure 12 B illustrates the cross-sectional view crossing the footwear middle region 12 that vamp 820 intercepts.In this embodiment, inner side mono-filament portion 862 and outside mono-filament portion 866 are arranged along each in the medial surface 18 of vamp 820 and lateral surface 16 in footwear middle region 12.In an exemplary embodiment, inner side mono-filament portion 862 and/or outside mono-filament portion 866 can be the monofilament regions 860 of the first kind described above.In this embodiment, inner side mono-filament portion 862 and/or outside mono-filament portion 866 comprise two braids, comprise the first braid formed by the first monofilament lines be associated with the outer surface 821 of knitting member 830 and the second braid formed by the second monofilament lines be associated with inner surface 822.Utilize this configuration, the medial surface 18 of vamp 820 and lateral surface 16 can have intensity and the stretch-resistance of increase in that region.

Figure 12 C illustrates the cross-sectional view crossing the heel region 14 that vamp 820 intercepts.In this embodiment, heel mono-filament portion 868 is arranged along the lateral surface 16 of vamp 820 and medial surface 18.In an exemplary embodiment, heel mono-filament portion 868 can be the monofilament region 860 of Second Type described above.In this embodiment, heel mono-filament portion 868 can have mono-filament portion 864 anterior to footwear structure similar substantially, the second braid comprising the first braid of being formed by the monofilament lines be associated with the outer surface 821 of knitting member 830 and formed by the twisted fibers yarn that is natural or that synthesize be associated with inner surface 822.In some embodiments, the second braid of heel mono-filament portion 868 can be made up of the yarn identical with the remainder of the knitting element 831 forming knitting member 830.

In addition, in this embodiment, the part of inlaying stretching element 832 is illustrated the part (comprising knitting element 831) extending through knitting member 830, and extends through monofilament region 860, such as, and heel mono-filament portion 868.

With reference now to Figure 13 and Figure 14, the exemplary of knitting member 830 illustrates with plane or flat configuration.As described above, knitting member 830 comprises knitting element 831 and inlays stretching element 832.In this embodiment, knitting member 830 can have oval offset configuration, and this oval offset configuration sketches the contours profile by pushing up footwear front circumference edge 1300, topside periphery edge 1302, a pair heel edge (comprising heel edge 1304, inner side and heel edge, outside 1314), bottom side perimeter edge 1312 and footwear front circumference edge, the end 1310.In addition, the first side that knitting element 831 has a part for the outer surface 821 forming vamp 820 and the second relative side of a part of inner surface 822 that can form vamp 820, thus define cavity in vamp 820 at least partially.In many configurations, inlay the part (comprising the part in monofilament region 860) that stretching element 832 can extend through knitting element 831 between the first side of knitting element 831 and the second side.

As shown in figure 13 and figure 14, inlay stretching element 832 to carry on the back region 850 (forming circle to serve as lace hole 853 in this part of inlaying stretching element 832) from topside periphery edge 1302 towards footwear and turn back to topside periphery edge 1302 and repeatedly extend.Inlay stretching element 832 and can follow similar path on the relative side of knitting member 830.In this embodiment, inlay stretching element 832 to carry on the back region 850 (forming circle to serve as lace hole 853 in this part of inlaying stretching element 832) from bottom side perimeter edge 1312 towards footwear and turn back to bottom side periphery edge 1312 and repeatedly extend.In some embodiments, the part of inlaying stretching element 832 can be angled backward and extend to heel edge 1304 and/or heel edge, outside 1314, inner side.Additionally, along with inlay stretching element 832 towards or extend away from topside periphery edge 1302 and/or bottom side periphery edge 1312, inlaying stretching element 832 can through one or more monofilament region 860 of knitting member 830 (comprising the part of inner side mono-filament portion 862 and/or outside mono-filament portion 866).Similarly, inlay stretching element 832 towards or extend away from heel edge, inner side 1304 and/or heel edge, outside 1314 time, inlaying stretching element 832 also can through the part of the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and/or heel mono-filament portion 868.

Compared with knitting element 831, inlay stretching element 832 and can present larger stretch-resistance.That is, inlaying the comparable knitting element 831 of stretching element 832 stretches few.Consider that the many sections inlaying stretching element 832 extend through knitting element 831, inlaying stretching element 832 can give stretch-resistance to the part of vamp 820 between footwear back of the body region 850 and the lower area of next-door neighbour's footwear sole construction 110.In addition, tension force is applied to shoestring 154 and can give and inlay stretching element 832 tension force, thus cause the part of vamp 820 between footwear back of the body region 850 and lower area to place against pin.Additionally, consider that the many sections inlaying stretching element 832 extend towards heel edge, inner side 1304 and/or heel edge, outside 1314, inlay stretching element 832 and can give the part stretch-resistance of vamp 820 in heel region 14.In addition, applying tension force to shoestring 154 can cause the part of vamp 820 in heel part 14 to place against pin.Such as, inlay stretching element 832 can help to keep flat along the lateral surface 16 of vamp 820 and medial surface 18 oriented monofilaments region 860 with the pin against wearer.Therefore, stretching element 832 is inlayed with shoestring 154 co-operate to improve the foot-suitability of article 800.

Knitting element 831 can comprise for any one in discussed above various types of yarn of knitting member 130.In some embodiments, the configuration inlaying stretching element 832 can change significantly.Except yarn, inlay the configuration that stretching element 832 can have such as silk (such as, monofilament), fine rule, rope, ribbon, hawser or chain.Compared with forming the yarn of knitting element 831, the thickness inlaying stretching element 832 can be larger.In some configurations, inlay stretching element 832 and can have the thickness significantly larger than the yarn of knitting element 831.Although the shape of cross section inlaying stretching element 832 can be dome-shaped, triangle, square, rectangle, ellipse or irregular shape also can be utilized.In addition, form the material inlaying stretching element 832 and can comprise for any one in the material of the yarn in knitting element 831, such as, cotton, elastic fibers, polyester, artificial silk, hair and nylon.As mentioned above, inlay stretching element 832 and can present the stretch-resistance larger than knitting element 831.Therefore, the material being appropriate to inlay stretching element 832 can comprise the various engineering silks applied for high tensile, comprises glass, aramid fiber (such as, p-aramid fiber and meta-aramid), ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene and liquid crystal polymer.As another example, woollen yarn knitting polyester fine rule also can be used as inlaying stretching element 832.

The U.S. Patent Application Publication 2012/0233882 (its disclosure is incorporated to herein with its entirety) of the people such as Huffa provides and can form knitting member (such as, knitting member 130,830) the discussion of mode, comprise and inlay or be otherwise positioned at technique in knitting element by inlaying stretching element.

In an exemplary embodiment, one or more being connected in the periphery edge of knitting member 830 forms vamp 820.In this embodiment, knitting member 830 can top footwear front circumference edge 1300 and footwear front circumference edge, the end 1310 between folding point 1306 place folded, contact with each other so that footwear front circumference edge, top 1300 and footwear front circumference edge, the end 1310 are placed to.Similarly, topside periphery edge 1302 can be placed with and contact with bottom side periphery edge 1312, and a pair heel edge (heel edge, inner side 1304 and heel edge, outside 1314) can be placed to and contact with each other.In an exemplary embodiment, heel edge, inner side 1304 can be connected along seam 829 with heel edge, outside 1314, and the medial surface 18 of this seam 829 along vamp 820 in heel region 14 is arranged.In addition, seam 829 also can extend along each in footwear front circumference edge 1300, top and footwear front circumference edge, the end 1310 and topside periphery edge 1302 and bottom side periphery edge 1312, and each connection in footwear front circumference edge, top 1300 and footwear front circumference edge, bottom 1310 and topside periphery edge 1302 and bottom side periphery edge 1312, to form vamp 820.

With reference now to Figure 14, illustrate the enlarged drawing of the part (comprising knitting element 831 and dissimilar monofilament region 860) of knitting member, to illustrate the integral weaving structure of knitting member 830.As described above, the monofilament region 860 of knitting member 830 can comprise polytype monofilament region 860 with different structure.Such as, in an exemplary embodiment, the monofilament region that can comprise the first kind formed by two braids utilizing monofilament lines to weave, monofilament region 860 and the monofilament region of Second Type that formed by two braids utilizing monofilament lines and twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis to weave.In this embodiment, inner side mono-filament portion 862 and/or outside mono-filament portion 866 can be the monofilament regions of the first kind.That is, inner side mono-filament portion 862 and/or outside mono-filament portion 866 can comprise the first braid formed by the first monofilament lines 1400 and the second braid formed by the second monofilament lines 1401.Therefore, as seen in Figure 15 B, the monofilament region 860 of this first kind is included in the braid that both the outer surface 821 of vamp 820 and inner surface 822 are formed by monofilament lines.

In this embodiment, the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 can be the monofilament regions of Second Type.That is, the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 second braid that can comprise the first braid of being formed by monofilament lines 1400 and be formed by twisted fibers yarn 1403 that is natural or synthesis.In an exemplary embodiment, as seen in Figure 15 A, the first braid formed by monofilament lines 1400 can be associated with the outer surface 821 of knitting member 830, and the second braid formed by twisted fibers yarn 1403 that is natural or synthesis can be associated with inner surface 822.

Additionally, extend through in the embodiment of part (comprising monofilament region 860) of knitting member 830 inlaying stretching element 832, inlaying stretching element 832 can between the outer surface 821 of vamp 820 and inner surface 822.As shown in figure 15 c, inlay stretching element 832 and extend through heel mono-filament portion 868 between the first braid and the second braid, first braid is formed by the monofilament lines be associated with outer surface 821, and the second braid is formed by the twisted fibers yarn that is natural or that synthesize be associated with inner surface 822.In some configurations, one or two inlaying in the component permeate surface of stretching element 832 can be visible.In other embodiments, the part of inlaying stretching element 832 can against a placement in outer surface 821 and/or inner surface 822, or knitting element 831 can form recess or hole, inlays stretching element 832 through this recess or hole.

Do not comprise in the remainder in monofilament region 860 at knitting member 830, knitting element 831 can have two similar braid structures.Such as, as shown in Figure 14, a part for knitting element 831 can comprise the first braid and the second braid, and the first braid twisted fibers yarn 1402 that is natural by first or synthesis is formed, and by second, twisted fibers yarn 1403 that is natural or synthesis is formed the second braid.In an exemplary embodiment, the first braid that twisted fibers yarn 1402 that is natural by first or synthesis is formed can be associated with the outer surface 821 of knitting member 830, and the second braid that twisted fibers yarn 1403 that is natural or synthesis is formed by second can be associated with inner surface 822.In an exemplary embodiment, identical second twisted fibers yarn 1403 that is natural or synthesis can be used for weaving the remainder also comprising the second twisted fibers yarn 1403 that is natural or synthesis of the monofilament region 860 of Second Type and knitting member 830.

By forming the knitting member 830 in monofilament region 860 with integral weaving structure, monofilament region 860 can by the remainder of knitting member 830 around or surround, so that under making monofilament region 860 be in tension force, as above with reference to described by knitting member 130.Utilize this configuration, the kink or sharp-pointed bending that may produce uncomfortable sensation to the pin of wearer in the monofilament lines of dividing the tensile force be applied on monofilament region 860 can help prevent or reduce in monofilament region 860 by the around portion of knitting member 830.

With reference now to Figure 16 A, illustrate the part comprising inner side mono-filament portion 862 of knitting member 830.In this embodiment, inlay stretching element 832 and extend through knitting element 831 and inner side mono-filament portion 862.In an exemplary embodiment, the part at the border end of inside 906 place of the knitting member 830 twisted fibers yarn 1402 that can be transitioned into the natural of the remainder forming knitting element 831 as described above from the monofilament lines 1400 forming inner side mono-filament portion 862 or synthesize.As shown in the enlarged drawing of Figure 16 A, the end of inside, the first line 1600 of border 906 place knitting member 830 and the 4th line 1606 of knitting member 830 are transitioned into twisted fibers yarn 1402 that is natural or synthesis from the monofilament lines 1400 forming inner side mono-filament portion 862.In one embodiment, the second line 1602 of knitting member 830 and the 3rd line 1604 also comprise and inlay stretching element 832.In this embodiment, the same with the 4th line 1606 with the first line 1800, the border 906 place end of inside, the second line 1602 and the 3rd line 1604 are also transitioned into twisted fibers yarn 1402 that is natural or synthesis or another kind of dissimilar yarn from monofilament lines 1400.

In an exemplary embodiment, when inlaying stretching element 832 and extending through knitting element 831, the second line 1802 and the 3rd line 1604 can be corresponding with inlaying stretching element 832.Utilize this configuration, inlay stretching element 832 and can extend across monofilament lines 1400 in the mono-filament portion 882 of inner side, and continue through the twisted fibers yarn 1402 of the natural or synthesis in the remainder of knitting element 831.Therefore, along with the remainder inlaying the outside of stretching element 832 at inner side mono-filament portion 882 and extend through knitting element 831, twisted fibers yarn 1402 that is natural or synthesis can substantially around the part of inlaying stretching element 832.Utilize this configuration, the outer surface 821 of the knitting member 830 outside monofilament region 860, it can be hiding for inlaying stretching element 832.

In other embodiments, the one or more lines comprising monofilament lines of knitting member 830 can extend beyond monofilament region 860 through the remainder of knitting element 831 on the way.With reference now to Figure 16 B, illustrate the selectable configuration comprising the part of inner side mono-filament portion 862 for knitting member 830.The same with Figure 16 A, inlay stretching element 832 and extend through knitting element 831 and inner side mono-filament portion 862.But in this embodiment, the one or more lines formed by monofilament lines (monofilament lines 1400 such as described above) can also extend through knitting element 831 with inlaying together with stretching element 832 outside inner side mono-filament portion 862.

In an exemplary embodiment, the part at the border end of inside 906 place of knitting member 830 can be transitioned into the twisted fibers yarn 1402 of the natural of the remainder forming knitting element 831 or synthesis from the monofilament lines 1400 forming inner side mono-filament portion 882, as described above.As shown in the enlarged drawing of Figure 16 B, the border 906 place end of inside, the first line 1600 of knitting member 830 and the 4th line 1606 of knitting member 830 are transitioned into twisted fibers yarn 1402 that is natural or synthesis from the monofilament lines 1400 forming inner side mono-filament portion 862.In one embodiment, the border 906 place end of inside, the second line 1602 of knitting member 830 and the 3rd line 1604 are not transitioned into twisted fibers yarn 1402 that is natural or synthesis or another kind of dissimilar yarn from monofilament lines 1400.But the second line 1602 and the 3rd line 1604 continue to utilize the identical monofilament lines 1400 forming inner side mono-filament portion 862 to be formed in continuous print mode substantially.

In this embodiment, extend through knitting element 831 along with inlaying stretching element 832, the second line 1602 woven by monofilament lines 1400 and the 3rd line 1604 can be corresponding with inlaying stretching element 832.Utilize this configuration, inlay stretching element 832 and can extend across monofilament lines 1400 in the mono-filament portion 862 of inner side, and through the remainder of knitting element 831.Therefore, along with the remainder inlaying stretching element 832 and extend through outside inner side mono-filament portion 862 knitting element 831, monofilament lines 1400 can substantially around the part of inlaying stretching element 832.In other embodiments, one or more lines of monofilament lines can at the extension in each monofilament region 860 comprising inner side mono-filament portion 862, footwear anterior mono-filament portion 864, outside mono-filament portion 866 and/or heel mono-filament portion 868, to follow and corresponding to the path of inlaying stretching element 832 to run through knitting member 830.By to close by monofilament lines 1400 or around inlaying stretching element 832, other intensity and support to be supplied to and inlays stretching element 832.

In some embodiments, the monofilament region 860 of Second Type (namely, two braids of the braid that there is a braid being formed by monofilament lines and is formed by twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis) can be woven together with braiding structure, this braiding structure forms multiple recess during weaving in the braid formed by twisted fibers yarn that is natural or that synthesize.The inside that this configuration also can be vamp 820 provides ventilation, and the pin being also simultaneously wearer along inner surface 822 provides comfortable sensation.

The suitable braiding structure forming the monofilament region 860 of Second Type comprises 1x1 inverse analog open weave structure (1x1invertedmockmeshknitstructure) or 2x2 inverse analog network.Comprise the first braid and compare with the open weave structure in the hole of the knitting element of the second braid with can be used for being formed extending fully through, inverse analog open weave structure forms the recess in the second braid (that is, the layer be associated with the inner surface 822 of vamp 820).Exemplary for the Figure 170 0 that loops weaving reverse 2x2 simulation lattice structure is illustrated.In this embodiment, the Figure 170 0 that loops illustrates the reverse stitching of 2x2 simulation lattice structure and the order of movement of the part in order to form the monofilament region 860 forming Second Type performed by braider such as braiding flat-bed machine.As shown in Figure 17, isolated point represents the pin of braider, and illustrated step enters to represent yarn or the moving direction of line between the pin of each in the external crucible and rear bed of braider.

As shown in Figure 17, monofilament lines 1400 can be used for weaving first braid be associated with the outer surface 821 of vamp 820 in monofilament region 860, and twisted fibers yarn 1403 that is natural or synthesis can be used for the second braid be associated with the inner surface 822 of vamp 820 weaving monofilament region 860.Compared with the first braid, the second braid comprises the multiple tuck suturing parts performed with twisted fibers yarn 1403 that is natural or synthesis.In this embodiment, the width in the second braid or gap are associated with 2 pins to form reverse 2x2 simulation lattice structure.Such as, what this reverse 2x2 simulation lattice structure can be used for being formed in the anterior mono-filament portion 864 of footwear described above and/or heel mono-filament portion 868 is one or more.But in other embodiments, larger or less braiding structure provides by forming the gap be associated with pin that is comparatively large or lesser amt.Such as, reverse 3x3 simulation lattice structure is formed by gap is increased to 3 pins, and oppositely 1x1 simulation lattice structure is formed by gap is reduced to single needle.

Figure 17 illustrates an exemplary of braiding structure, and this braiding structure can make the part for forming monofilament region 860 together with knitting member 830.Have the open weave structure of the subsidiary figure that loops for weaving these braiding structures used in current embodiment, simulation lattice braiding structure and other suitable braiding structures to be described in the U.S. Patent Application Publication 2012/0233882 of the people such as Huffa, this application is being cited above and is being incorporated to herein.

Although the various embodiment of the present invention is described, but this description intention is exemplary and not restrictive, and will be apparent that for those of ordinary skill in the art, the many more embodiment within the scope of the invention and embodiment are possible.Therefore, except according to except appended claim and its equivalent, the present invention is by unfettered.In addition, various amendment and change can be made in the scope of appended claim.

Claims (38)

1. an article of footwear, its footwear sole construction that there is vamp and be fixed on described vamp, described vamp comprises knitting member, and described knitting member comprises:
The Part I of described knitting member, described Part I is formed by the first yarn, and described first yarn is twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis;
At least one monofilament region, it is arranged on described knitting member, and at least one monofilament region described is formed by monofilament lines;
At least one monofilament region wherein said by integral weaving formation of structure, makes described knitting member be one-piece member together with the described Part I of described knitting member.
2. article of footwear according to claim 1, at least one line of wherein said first yarn and at least one line of described monofilament lines continuous substantially.
3. article of footwear according to claim 1, wherein said knitting member comprises multiple monofilament region, and each monofilament region is formed by described monofilament lines.
4. article of footwear according to claim 3, the outside mono-filament portion that wherein said multiple monofilament region comprises the inner side mono-filament portion on the medial surface being arranged in described vamp and is arranged on the lateral surface of described vamp.
5. article of footwear according to claim 4, wherein said multiple monofilament region also comprises the anterior mono-filament portion of the footwear be arranged in the footwear forward region of described vamp.
6. article of footwear according to claim 5, at least one and the anterior mono-filament portion of described footwear in wherein said inner side mono-filament portion and described outside mono-filament portion are continuous substantially.
7. article of footwear according to claim 5, at least one and the anterior mono-filament portion of described footwear in wherein said inner side mono-filament portion and described outside mono-filament portion are discontinuous.
8. article of footwear according to claim 1, wherein said monofilament region substantially by described knitting member described Part I around.
9. article of footwear according to claim 8, under the described Part I around described monofilament region of wherein said knitting member is configured to make described monofilament region be in tension force.
10. article of footwear according to claim 1, also comprises and inlays stretching element, described in inlay at least one that stretching element extends through in described Part I and described monofilament region.
11. article of footwear according to claim 10, wherein said stretching element of inlaying extends through the described Part I of described knitting member and described monofilament region.
12. article of footwear according to claim 1, wherein said monofilament region comprises by two of integral weaving formation of structure braids, and described two braids overlap each other and jointly extend each other at least in part.
13. article of footwear according to claim 12, first braid in wherein said monofilament region is associated with the outer surface of described vamp, and second braid in described monofilament region is associated with the inner surface of described vamp.
14. article of footwear according to claim 13, wherein said first braid and described second braid are formed by monofilament lines.
15. article of footwear according to claim 13, wherein said first braid is formed by described monofilament lines; And
Wherein said second braid is formed by described first yarn.
16. 1 kinds of article of footwear, its footwear sole construction that there is vamp and be fixed on described vamp, described vamp comprises knitting member, and described knitting member comprises:
Knitting element, it comprises the first yarn, described knitting element defines a part for the outer surface of described vamp and the relative inner surface of described vamp, and described inner surface defines the cavity for receiving pin, and described first yarn is twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis; And
At least one monofilament region, it comprises two braids, and described two braids overlap each other and jointly extend each other at least in part, and each braid comprises monofilament lines;
At least one monofilament region wherein said by integral weaving formation of structure, makes described knitting member be one-piece member together with described knitting element.
17. article of footwear according to claim 16, wherein said knitting member comprises multiple monofilament region.
18. article of footwear according to claim 17, wherein said multiple monofilament region comprises the monofilament region of at least one first kind and the monofilament region of at least one Second Type.
19. article of footwear according to claim 18, the monofilament region of the wherein said first kind comprises the first monofilament lines be associated with the described outer surface of described vamp and the second monofilament lines be associated with the described inner surface of described vamp.
20. article of footwear according to claim 18, the monofilament region of wherein said Second Type comprises the first monofilament lines of being associated with the described outer surface of described vamp and the twisted fibers yarn that is natural or that synthesize be associated with the described inner surface of described vamp.
21. article of footwear according to claim 20, the twisted fibers yarn of the described natural or synthesis in the monofilament region of wherein said Second Type is described first yarn.
22. article of footwear according to claim 17, the outside mono-filament portion that wherein said multiple monofilament region comprises the inner side mono-filament portion on the medial surface being arranged in described vamp and is arranged on the lateral surface of described vamp.
23. article of footwear according to claim 22, wherein said multiple monofilament region also comprises the anterior mono-filament portion of the footwear be arranged in the footwear forward region of described vamp and is arranged at least one in the anterior mono-filament portion of heel footwear in the heel region of described vamp.
24. article of footwear according to claim 23 are continuous print between two or more in described multiple monofilament region of wherein said multiple monofilament region.
25. article of footwear according to claim 16, first braid in wherein said monofilament region is associated with the described outer surface of described vamp, and second braid in described monofilament region is associated with the described inner surface of described vamp.
26. article of footwear according to claim 25, wherein said first braid comprises described monofilament lines.
27. article of footwear according to claim 25, wherein said second braid comprises the one in monofilament lines and twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis.
28. article of footwear according to claim 16, also comprise extend through in described knitting element and described monofilament region at least one inlay stretching element.
29. article of footwear according to claim 28, wherein said stretching element of inlaying extends through the described knitting element of described knitting member and described monofilament region.
30. 1 kinds of article of footwear, its footwear sole construction that there is vamp and be fixed on described vamp, described vamp comprises knitting member, and described knitting member comprises:
The Part I of described knitting member, described Part I is formed by the first yarn, and described first yarn is twisted fibers yarn that is natural or synthesis;
The Part II of described knitting member, described Part II is formed by monofilament lines, and wherein Part II is by integral weaving formation of structure together with described Part I, makes described knitting member be one-piece member; And
Inlay stretching element, it extends through described knitting member, at least comprises a part for described Part I and a part for described Part II.
31. article of footwear according to claim 30, wherein said Part I comprises the inner surface of described vamp at least partially, and wherein said Part II comprises the outer surface of described vamp at least partially.
32. article of footwear according to claim 30, wherein said Part I comprises the major part of described knitting member; And
Wherein said Part I is around described Part II.
33. article of footwear according to claim 30, wherein said knitting member also comprises knitting element and at least one monofilament region; And
Wherein said knitting element comprises described Part I; And
At least one monofilament region wherein said comprises described Part II.
34. article of footwear according to claim 33, wherein said knitting member comprises multiple monofilament region.
35. article of footwear according to claim 34, wherein said multiple monofilament region is arranged at least two in the heel portion of the medial surface of described vamp, the lateral surface of described vamp, the footwear front part of described vamp and described vamp.
36. article of footwear according to claim 34, wherein said multiple monofilament region is continuous each other substantially across described vamp.
37. article of footwear according to claim 34, wherein said multiple monofilament region comprises dissimilar monofilament region, and described dissimilar monofilament region comprises:
The monofilament region of the first kind, it comprises two braids formed by described monofilament lines, described two braids partly jointly extend and overlapping; With
The monofilament region of Second Type, it comprises the first braid formed by described monofilament lines and the second braid formed by described first yarn, described first braid and described second braid partly jointly extend and overlapping.
38. according to article of footwear according to claim 37, and at least one in the braid in the monofilament region of the wherein said first kind and the monofilament region of described Second Type comprises identical monofilament lines.
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