DE202013001804U1 - Shoe - Google Patents

Shoe

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DE202013001804U1
DE202013001804U1 DE202013001804.6U DE202013001804U DE202013001804U1 DE 202013001804 U1 DE202013001804 U1 DE 202013001804U1 DE 202013001804 U DE202013001804 U DE 202013001804U DE 202013001804 U1 DE202013001804 U1 DE 202013001804U1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B7/00Footwear with health or hygienic arrangements
    • A43B7/32Footwear with shock-absorbing means Safety footwear
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C11/00Other fastenings specially adapted for shoes
    • A43C11/008Combined fastenings, e.g. to accelerate undoing or fastening
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C11/00Other fastenings specially adapted for shoes
    • A43C11/12Slide or glide fastenings

Abstract

Shoe having at least one opening and / or widening portion (4) for facilitating getting in / out, wherein at least one lacing (5) and at least one zipper (6) are associated with the opening and / or widening portion (4), such that Opening and / or widening portion (4) by tightening the lacing (5) and / or by closing the zipper (6) can be narrowed and / or closed, wherein the lacing (5) along at least one side of the zipper (6) while bridging a shoe wall slot (15a, 15b) between the zipper (6) and an adjoining edge region (4a) of the shoe wall, wherein the lacing (5) reciprocating by both sides of the shoe wall slot (15a, 15b) provided deflection means (17 ) is threaded, characterized in that the deflection means (17) are arranged on an inner side of the shoe wall and the lacing with closed shoe wall slot (15a, 15b) substantially v completely concealed under the shoe wall runs.

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  • The present invention relates to a shoe having at least one opening and / or widening portion for facilitating the getting in / out, wherein the opening and / or widening portion at least one lacing and at least one zipper are associated, so that the opening and / or widening portion Tensioning the lacing and / or closing of the zipper is closable or constrictable, wherein the lacing extends along at least one side of the zipper, bridging a shoe wall slot between the zipper and an adjacent edge region of the shoe wall, the lacing reciprocating by both sides the deflection of the shoe wall slot is threaded.
  • In order to facilitate on the one hand the boarding and disembarking and on the other hand to achieve a well-fitting fit of the upper shoe in the worn state, usually closure means such as a lacing are incorporated into the upper, by means of which a usually slit formed opening and / or widening portion of the upper shoe can be closed or narrowed. Said opening or widening section in this case usually comprises pulling sections arranged on opposite sides or flanks of the shoe wall slot, which lie opposite one another and can be stretched or pulled toward one another, for example by a shoelace, so that the distance between them is reduced or the corresponding shoe section is pulled closer. The said tensile sections can in this case be formed by edges of the upper shoe or shaft or attached thereto and, in the case of a lacing, be provided with eyelets as a tensioning device, through which a lace boot is threaded. Such opening or widening sections are widely used from classic shoes to sports shoes, but especially important in higher shoe models such as ankle boots or boots to achieve a good fit with simultaneous easy entry and exit.
  • While lacing can very well control the desired pull and its distribution to different sections, lacing is cumbersome and difficult for certain people with limited manual skills such as children. In this respect, it has already been proposed, for closing or clamping of the opening or widening section, to replace the said lacing by other tensioning means or closing means or to supplement it as a result. In addition to hook or Velcro closures here also like zippers are used, especially for longer opening or widening sections, as provided on boots.
  • A zipper also allows an opening or widening section of greater length to be quickly and easily closed and opened. However, such a zipper suffers from the fact that the degree of constriction when closing can not be adjusted individually. A zippered shoe fits either exactly or it is too wide or too narrow because the opening or widening portion can no longer be individually tightened or contracted individually.
  • In this respect, it has also been thought to combine a zipper with other tightening or closing means such as a lacing to the effect that a classic lacing is provided for adjusting the fit and additionally a zipper is used, for example, to close a less critical shoe section or in parallel to ensure a quick entry and exit. While with the lacing the fit can be adjusted once and of course also readjusted, the zipper is pressed for quick entry and exit.
  • From the Scriptures EP 0 569 012 B1 Haix is known for its boots, which include a lacing in addition to a zipper, which extends to the right and left of the zipper. The lacing comprises a special lace guide, in which the lace is always alternately guided by Ösenpaare on the right and left side of the shoe wall slot, so that alternately cloister sections, with which the shoe lace crosses the shoe wall slot, and longitudinal sections in which the laces parallel to Shoe wall slot runs, forming. In this Schuhausführung, however, it is difficult to selectively meter the voltage obtained by the lacing and to measure different degrees in different lacing sections, for example, down tight and lace up easily. On the other hand, a high Ösendichte is required by the longitudinal or parallel sections of the lace guide in order to achieve a sufficient number of cloisters. Further, lying on the shoe outer longitudinal or parallel portions of the lacing tend to get tangled, for example, when walking in the undergrowth, or to be damaged, for example in special operations as firefighter boots or the like.
  • The DE 20 2008 010 536 shows a similar boot, in which also in addition to a zipper, a lacing is provided, which extends to the right and left of the zipper. At the zipper slider a pull cord should be attached, which is guided by a mounted on the upper shoe edge Umlenköse to avoid oblique train on the zipper pull.
  • Furthermore, in the DE 33 45 661 A1 proposed to store the eyelets, through which the laces of a lace boot zigzagged, at the edges of the opening portion of the upper shoe to be longitudinally displaceable. The lacing can be loosened or loosened by the eyelets are pushed together down so that the opening portion can be spread. Conversely, after entering the boot, the lacing can close the opening portion by sliding the eyelets upwards so that the lacing closes the opening portion again. Moving the eyelets is quite tedious. In addition, a uniform tension can only be achieved by the eyelets are individually adjusted.
  • Proceeding from this, the present invention has the object to provide an improved shoe of the type mentioned, which avoids the disadvantages of the prior art and further develops the latter in an advantageous manner. In particular, with simple and rapid operability to achieve the best fit with adaptability to different feet without affecting the robustness of the shoe under harsh wearing conditions and to reduce the safety when wearing.
  • According to the invention this object is achieved by a shoe according to claim 1. Preferred embodiments of the invention are the subject of the dependent claims.
  • It is proposed to provide both a lacing and a zipper for closing the opening and / or widening section and to arrange in such a way that the width or narrowness of the opening and / or widening section is set by the lacing, the opening and / or widening section, however, can only be opened or closed again without opening the laces by actuating the zipper.
  • According to the invention, it is provided that the lacing is arranged on the inside and is threaded through deflecting means, which are provided on the inside of the shoe wall. The shoelace does not pass through the shoe wall and can be formed without lying on the shoe outside Schnürungsabschnitte. In this case, the lacing in the closed state over its length at least partially, in particular completely, are covered to the outside. The lacing can be arranged in particular lying under the zipper carrier and the adjacent edge region of the opening and / or widening portion, so that the zipper carrier together with the adjacent upper shoe material covers the lacing and this is at least partially not visible. The lack of outside lacing or snug portions on the outside of the shoe wall not only gives a visually elegant appearance, but also prevents staining or wetting of the laces; Likewise, the lacing is protected from the effects of heat, which is important for firefighter boots, for example. The tendency to tangle is reduced.
  • In order to avoid pressing the lacing on the foot or leg at the same time inside lacing and at the same time to achieve an easy run of the laces when pulling, said deflection means may be in the form of flexible loops, for example in the form of band loops, on the Shoe wall inside mounted fixed, for example, can be sewn.
  • The loops mentioned can advantageously be oriented in such a way that main axes of the feedthrough openings formed by the loops extend substantially parallel or tangentially to the edge regions of the shoe wall slot which is bridged by the lacing. If, for example, said shoe wall slot extends approximately parallel to the tibia, the loops are arranged in such a way that their feedthrough openings likewise extend approximately parallel to the tibia.
  • Advantageously, said loops are mounted near the edges of the shoe wall slot, wherein the loops on the inside of the shoe wall may be slightly set back from said edges to allow complete closure of the shoe wall slot by the lacing. In order to apply little and to avoid too tight lacing with overlaps of the edges of the shoe wall slot, said loops may be provided approximately flush with the Schuhwandschlitzrändern.
  • In an advantageous embodiment of the invention arranged on opposite sides of the Schuhwandschlitzes loops can be arranged offset to each other, so that viewed in the longitudinal direction of the Schuhwandschlitzes a respective deflection on one side of the Shoe wall slot is disposed between two deflection on the other side of the shoe wall slot. If a shoelace is alternately deflected by a right deflecting means and a left deflecting means, ie a deflection means on the right side of the shoe wall slot and a deflecting means on the left side of the shoe wall slot, the shoelace assumes a meandering course. As a result, an effective closing is achieved and at the same time overstretching or too tight tightening avoided, since the meandering becomes flatter with increasing contraction and thereby the laces tension is less strongly implemented in further closing shoe.
  • Advantageously, the lacing in different Schnürungsabschnitten different Fädelungs- or gait to achieve different lacing properties in different shoe sections. In principle, of course, the meandering back and forth threading could be provided over the entire lacing. In an advantageous embodiment of the invention, however, the lace in the instep or foot portion of the shoe, preferably up to about an ankle portion high, meandered in the manner mentioned meandering back and forth, while in a leg or leg portion of the shoe or Boots is provided about the ankle a Kreuzschnürung about. As a result, the lacing in the lower portion of the shoe below the ankle while rolling can work back and forth, so that the shoe is more supple, while in the shaft portion a tight fit is achieved.
  • In an advantageous embodiment of the invention, a double Schnürgang can be provided, in which a shoe lace is threaded on each side of the shoe wall slot only by each second deflection. The respective shoelace or lace part can take a sawtooth-like Schnürsenkelgang, which alternately connects once adjacent deflection when crossing the Schuhwandschlitzes and thus approximately perpendicular to the slot longitudinal direction and on the other hand connects two non-adjacent loops at the next cross passage by omitting a loop, so that a relatively shallow, to the slit longitudinal direction pointed cloister arises.
  • In order to use in such a double Schnürsenkelgang with omission of individual deflection yet all deflection, two laces or two sections of the same shoe lace are threaded mirror images of each other.
  • In order to be able to constrict the opening and / or widening section differently in different areas and thereby to allow a better adjustment of the fit, the lacing in development of the invention may be assigned means for producing different high lace tensions in different lacing sections. By selectively adjusting the lace tension in a lace portion regardless of the adjustment of the lace tension in another lace portion, different shoe and / or shaft portions can be narrowed to different degrees.
  • Usually, with normal laces, the lace tension is evened out over the length of the lacing, at least after some time of wearing. If, for example, the lacing is first strongly tightened in a foot section while a shaft section is laced looser, the laces slips, so that in the course of time an equally medium tension is established in the foot section and in the shaft section. To remedy this situation, in the invention, a middle section of the lacing between the upper and lower lacing ends a Schnürsenkelbremse and / or at least one clamping and / or clamping and / or adjusting means for clamping and / or clamping the shoelace between the be assigned to upper and lower lacing ends. Such a tensioning and / or clamping or adjusting means or said lace brake makes it possible to set a different tension in a lower lacing section than in an upper lacing section, without the lacing tension becoming uniform over time as a result of wearing.
  • In a further development of the invention, said adjustment or clamping and / or clamping means can be arranged in particular in a transition region between the shoe upper and shoe holder or the transition region between foot section and shaft section of the upper shoe in order to be able to set the lace tension differently in the foot section than in shank portion.
  • Alternatively or in addition to the mentioned clamping and / or clamping means may also be provided a Schnürsenkelbremse which slows down an adjustment of the shoe lace between said Schnürungsabschnitten, for example in the sense of a friction brake inhibits and / or delayed and / or completely blocked. Such a Schnürsenkelbremse may for example be designed in the manner of a rope brake, which allows slipping or readjustment of the shoe lace in the released state or at low voltage, on the other hand blocked at the intended tensile stress. For example, such a Schnürsenkelbremse include a sliding Umlenksteg, is guided by the laces, which deflection web under Shoelace tension shifts to a blocking position.
  • In particular, can be provided as adjusting or clamping and / or clamping means a rotatable, for example in the manner of a knob formed laces winds around which the laces is led around, so that by twisting said laces winds the laces stretched on one side and on the other side relaxes. Advantageously, said lace winch is designed as a capstan, around which the lace is guided and from which the lace runs on both sides. The one end running is guided in the lower part of the lacing, while the other expiring end is guided in the upper part of the lacing, so that by twisting the winch knob in one direction, the upper lacing portion tensioned and the lower lacing portion is loosened and twisted conversely, in the opposite direction, the upper lacing portion is loosened and the lower lacing portion is tensioned.
  • Advantageously, said lace winch can be designed self-locking in terms of their twistability, for example in the manner of a detent, so that it does not move under the usual Schnürsenkelzugkräften by itself, but only by adjusting from the outside, in particular by hand is adjustable.
  • The shoelace is advantageously looped around the aforementioned lace winch, that when turning the winch upwards the shoelace is tightened in the lower area and loosened in the upper area, so that an intuitive operation results.
  • The shoelace can only be wrapped around the aforementioned lace winch. Optionally, the laces on the laces winds but also be detectable, for example by attached to the winch locking and / or clamping means, so that in addition to said adjustment also a readjustment or addition function on the winch can be achieved. If the shoelace is there a little bit tightened and found, additional tension is generated in the lacing both below and above the winch button, which can then be adjusted differently by turning the shoelace winds in the different areas again.
  • The use of such a lace winch allows easy adjustment of the lace tension, especially in conjunction with provided on the upper shoe or boot edge shoelace locking means. It only needs the laces tightened at the top of the shoe and strained and found. By twisting the shoelace winch in a preferably central portion of the lacing, the tension in the upper and lower lacing portions can then be adjusted as desired.
  • In order to allow a simple and rapid adjustment of the lacing, a bottom-up threaded laces can be provided, which can be stretched away from an upper shoe edge by pulling upwards. Advantageously, a locking means can be assigned to the upper lace section, which holds the shoe lace in the desired longitudinal position on the shoe wall and / or determines the set laces. Such a locking means may for example be a lace clamp in the sense of a cable clamp.
  • In order to achieve a simple operation with the zipper, but at the same time not to impair the wearing comfort of the shoe, it can be provided in a development of the invention that the zipper or a zipper carrier connected to the zipper is fastened longitudinally displaceably to the shoe wall at its lower end. In this way, on the one hand, it is achieved that, when the buckling movements of the shoe are rolling or advancing, the zipper can shift in relation to the shoe wall, in particular the shoe upper, in the instep area and thus does not lead to an indentation of the shoe wall. On the other hand, a one-handed operation of the zipper is made possible when closing, since the lower end of the zipper does not need to be held with the other hand.
  • The fastening means for such a longitudinally displaceable fixing of the zipper on the shoe wall can in principle be designed differently, in particular in the form of sliding guide means with limited clearance or limited longitudinal displaceability. For example, a fastener may be guided in a longitudinal groove which extends approximately parallel or tangential to the longitudinal axis of the zipper. For example, a rivet or screw-fastening bolt may be attached to the zipper or zipper carrier and be received in a longitudinal groove in the shoe wall or on the shoe wall, so that a piece of mobility is enabled. While a displaceability in said one axis is desired, the attachment means may be formed immovable or with little play in perpendicular axes so that the attachment means are substantially uniaxially moveable.
  • The longitudinal displaceability or the said sliding guide means can advantageously be designed in such a way that the zipper is in a flat uprising of the shoe on the ground in its maximum upwardly displaceable position, so for example, said fastening bolt is present at the upper end of the slot. In this way it can be achieved that the zipper can be easily closed with one hand, since the zipper can not slip upwards when the zipper carriage is pulled upwards. The said limitation of longitudinal displacement could, of course, also be achieved in other ways, for example by assigning a stop on which the zipper is present when the shoe is in a flat position on the ground so that the zipper can not continue upward.
  • On the other hand, however, the longitudinal displaceability downwards is ensured, so that the zipper can be moved downwards from said position, in particular so as not to impair the wearing comfort during the unrolling of the shoe while walking.
  • In order to enable detachment or separation of the two zipper halves despite attachment of the zipper at its lower end to the shoe wall, can be provided in a further development of the invention that only one zipper half at the bottom zipper end is attached to the shoe wall, while the other zipper half at the bottom Zipper end is not fixed to the shoe wall.
  • The said fastening means are advantageously formed independently of the said lacing or not formed by laces. In this respect, the said fastening means are provided in addition to the lacing, which of course also connects the zipper and the zipper halves with the adjacent shoe wall.
  • With regard to the course of the lacing, provision may be made for the lacing to extend along at least one side of the zipper and to connect one half of the zipper to an edge region of the opening and / or widening section adjacent to this zipper half. The lacing may extend back and forth between said zipper half and the adjoining edge region of the opening and / or widening section in order, by tightening or loosening the lacing, to draw said zipper half closer or less to said edge region. By lacing on a zipper side back and forth lacing a gap area between the zipper and adjacent Oberschuhrand and thus the narrowness or width of the opening and / or widening portion can be adjusted. In particular, the zipper in at least one zipper portion, in which the lacing extends in such a way reciprocally on one side of the zipper, of the lacing is not crossed, so that over the opening and / or widening portion passing transverse forces entirely from Zipper be transferred. The lacing and the zipper are connected one behind the other in the transverse direction, so that said transverse forces are transmitted successively through the lacing and the zipper.
  • In order to guide the lacing back and forth on said at least one side of the zipper, two rows of loops may be provided on said zipper side, one row attached to one zipper carrier and the other row at the edge region of the opening and / or widening portion with a shoelace threaded back and forth through said pair of loops rows.
  • In a further development of the invention, the lacing extends back and forth along both sides of the zipper, without crossing the zipper. In particular, the lacing may include lacing portions on both sides of the zipper that reciprocate along at least one zipper portion without the zipper being crossed by the lacing in said zipper portion. Accordingly, the zipper transmits the lateral forces passing over the opening portion, and connects the two lace portions to the right and left of the zipper when the zipper is closed. By providing reciprocating lacing portions on both sides of the zipper, the tightness of the shoe can be more finely adjusted while maintaining a straight course of the zipper by evenly tightening or tightening the lacing to the right and left of the zipper.
  • Advantageously, the lacing here may comprise four rows of loops, two of which extend on one side of the zipper and the other two on the other side of the zipper. A shoelace can hereby reciprocally by a pair of loops on one side of the zipper and by a pair of loops on the other Threaded side of the zipper, which may be two separate laces, one of the laces on the left side of the zipper and another laces on the other side of the zipper is threaded back and forth. As an alternative to such separate shoelaces, however, a common shoelace on both sides of the zipper can be threaded through the loop rows provided there, wherein advantageously only a single lace string crosses the central axis of the opening and / or widening section or the zipper, in particular at the lower end of the zipper goes from the right side to the left side of the opening or widening section.
  • Due to the non-zippered guidance of the lacing, the shoe can be opened and closed without opening and closing the laces by simply pressing the zipper. The lacing is used solely to adjust the narrowness or width of the shoe and can be set in the sense of a default once with the zipper closed. Accordingly, the lacing can be attached to the shoe separately, independently of the zipper, so that the zipper can be operated freely and independently of the lacing.
  • In an alternative embodiment of the invention may also be provided to actuate the lacing through the zipper or to couple with it, so that the shoe wearer when putting on the shoe only has to operate the zipper and this case, the lacing, so to speak automatically mitbetätigt. In this case, the lacing is advantageously coupled to the zipper such that closing the zipper tenses the lacing. Through the lacing, the tension and constriction resulting from the closure of the zipper can be controlled via the lacing that is being pulled, whereby an individual self-adaptation to the respective foot contour takes place here, since the lacing is stronger where there is more air than where the shoe already fits closer. At the same time, the lacing itself does not have to be tense and closed by a knot or a bow. Instead, only the zipper needs to be pressed.
  • In an advantageous embodiment of the invention, at least two strands of the lacing can be connected in the manner of a shearing with a slider of the zipper. By connecting two strands of the lace to the zipper slider, the travel of the zipper can be doubled, d. H. the lacing is tensioned or loosely loosened by a shoelace travel that is twice the travel of the zipper slider. The slider pulls both strands taut, which apart from the mentioned doubling of the travel also allows a more uniform initiation of the resulting lacing because the laces can be stretched from different sides, such as right and left. Advantageously, the strands connected to the slider of the zipper extend into different sides of the lacing, for example, such that one strand is threaded into a deflection loop on the left side and the other strand is threaded into a deflection loop on the right side of the lacing.
  • In principle, it would also be conceivable to connect only one strand or only one lacing section on a zipper side to the slider of the zipper. As a result, a finer dosage of the tension of the lacing can be achieved, which also requires less force to operate. Such an arrangement can be provided in particular for very long zippers that cause a sufficient travel for the lacing even with single-stranded connection. Alternatively, it would also be conceivable to connect more than two strands of the lacing with the slider of the zipper to more than double the travel of the zipper, for example, to triple or quadruple. This can be advantageous, for example, in the case of quite short zippers, in order to be able to make a sufficient shortening or, conversely, an extension of the lacing here, even if the slider is only very short. For example, it may be provided here to connect the strands emerging from the bottommost loops of the lacing and a pair of strands running out from above arranged loops to the slider, preferably via a corresponding deflection of the shoelace.
  • In order to achieve an individual adaptation of the desired tension of the laces, despite firmly predetermined travel of the zipper, which occurs when the zipper is closed, in an advantageous embodiment of the invention the lacing adjustment means for adjusting the lacing and thus the achievable when closing the zipper lacing tension.
  • The aforementioned adjustment means can in principle be designed differently. For example, length adjustment means may be provided to vary the length of the lace of the lace, which may be done, for example, by looping the lace is guided by a releasable clamping means, so that the actually running in the lacing length of the lace can be varied by adjusting the clamped by the clamping means loop length and thus the "dead length". Alternatively or additionally, said length adjustment means may comprise an adjustment device on the slider of the zipper in order to be able to change the portion of the lace fastened to the zipper slider, ie to pull the shoe lace more or less tightly on the zipper slider and then fix it.
  • In an advantageous development of the invention, a presetting of the lacing length or the accordingly achievable lacing tension can also be carried out by changing the length of the lacing path that the laces must take. In particular, the presetting means may comprise at least one preferably hook-shaped deflection element on which the shoelace can optionally be deflected or not deflected in order to lengthen or shorten the path which the shoestring must take.
  • In an advantageous development of the invention, the zipper can run substantially parallel to the lacing, in particular approximately in the middle between four loop or hook or deflection rows of the lacing or between two respectively reciprocating lacing sections to the right and left of the zipper. Parallel to the lacing here means not parallel to the course of the lace, but parallel to a longitudinal center plane through the opening or widening portion, at the edge regions of the lacing is provided.
  • The invention will be explained in more detail below with reference to a preferred embodiment and associated drawings. In the drawings show:
  • 1 FIG. 3 is a front view of a shoe according to an advantageous embodiment of the invention, wherein the zipper closing the shoe is shown in an open position, FIG.
  • 2 : similar to a front view of the shoe 1 , where here the lacing under the shoe wall and the zipper is entered in dashed lines,
  • 3 FIG. 4 is a front view of a shoe according to a further embodiment of the invention, wherein the lacing is here coupled to the overlying zipper, FIG.
  • 4 a plan view of a lacing winch associated with a central portion of the laces for adjusting the tension in upper and lower lacing sections, and
  • 5 : a top view on the shoelace winds 4 showing the locking means provided on the shackle winch for adjusting or fixing the shoelace to the winch.
  • As shown in the figures, the shoe can 1 be designed as boots, the upper shoe 2 extends over the ankle and a foot section 2a and a shaft portion 2 B includes. The upper shoe 2 is in a conventional manner with a sole 3 connected.
  • The aforementioned upper shoe 2 can be formed closed. To be easier to put on and take off, includes the upper shoe 2 an opening and widening section 4 , which according to the drawn embodiment on a front side of the shaft portion 2 B to the foot section 2a extends into it. The mentioned opening and widening section 4 However, could also be on one side, for example on an inner side of the shaft portion 2 B extend. However, the front assembly shown in the figures is preferred because the lacing can better adjust the fit of the shoe.
  • The mentioned opening and widening section 4 can in a conventional manner as a slit-shaped opening of the upper shoe 2 be formed, which can be closed by closure means. The said closure means include, as the figures show, a lacing 5 as well as a zipper 6 to the mentioned opening and widening section 11 Close and constrict, so that the upper shoe 2 fits perfectly to the foot. The lacing 5 as well as the zipper 6 in this case extend along the said opening and widening section 4 and thus essentially parallel to each other, with the lacing 5 the zipper 6 not crossed, but with each reciprocating Schnürungsabschnitten 5a and 5b only laterally along the zipper 6 extends. The mentioned lacing sections 5a and 5b connect the zipper 6 with the adjacent edge regions of the opening and / or widening section 4 or the adjacent upper of the shoe.
  • The zipper 6 extends in the manner of a tongue between the edges 4a and 4b of the opening and widening section 4 , The lacing 5 or their two lacing sections 5a and 5b tie those from the zipper 6 formed tongue to said edges 4a and 4b of the opening and widening section 4 on and bridge the shoe wall slots 15a and 15b between said tongue and said edges 4a and 4b ,
  • The lacing 5 includes four rows of deflection loops 7 in pairs along the edges of the opening and widening section 4 arranged one behind the other, so that two rows of Umlenkschlaufen 7 on the right side and two other rows on the left side of said opening and widening section 4 extend. The aforementioned deflection loops 7 This can be slack band loops, but in principle also hook for hanging the shoe lace 8th , Loops or other deflection means for said laces 8th be. As 2 shows is a loop row 7 aa - according to the viewing direction of 2 - on the left edge 4a of the opening and / or widening section 4 and a second loop row 7 ab on the zipper carrier adjacent thereto 13a the left zipper half arranged. On the right side - according to the direction of the 2 - the zipper 6 is on the edge 4b of the opening and / or widening section 4 another loop row 7bb and on the adjacent zipper carrier 13b the other zipper half another row of loops 7ba arranged.
  • As 2 shows are the loops 7 arranged approximately flush with the edges of the shoe wall slot, possibly slightly reset to a complete closing of the shoe wall slot 15a respectively. 15b to enable. The loops 7 are advantageously aligned in such a way that the of the loops 7 defined passage openings or Einfädelöffnungen with their major axes parallel or tangential to the edges of the respective Schuhwandschlitzes 15a respectively. 15b extend, cf. 2 , The loops 7 can be formed by folded band material and are advantageously fixedly attached to the shoe wall material or the zipper carrier, said loops 7 on the shoe wall inside, which faces the foot or leg, are arranged.
  • The shoelace 8th is in each case reciprocally on the left side of the zipper through the loop rows 7 aa and 7 ab threaded so that it connects on the said zipper side reciprocally the zipper carrier with said edge region of the upper shoe. Likewise is the shoelace 8th - or a second lace - on the other side of the zipper through the loops provided there 7bb and 7ba threaded back and forth to connect the other zipper half with the other edge of the opening and / or widening portion.
  • Advantageously, each lacing section can be used 5a and 5b to be threaded in the double cloister, in particular such that the shoelace 8th meandering between right and left loops, but on each side, ie in each row of loops 7 aa or 7 ab threaded only through every other loop, so that overall results in a sawtooth-shaped meandering. To thread through all the loops is the shoe lace 8th threaded double-stranded, wherein the second strand is threaded through the loops released from the first strand, so that there are two intersecting meandering courses, cf. 2 ,
  • The shoelace 8th is advantageously threaded from bottom to top and can at the upper shoe edge by locking means 11 for example in the form of a rope clamp 12 be fixed. Accordingly, the shoelace only needs to be pulled up out of the shoe and fixed there to the lacing 5 to stretch.
  • The lacing 5 is concealed under the zipper and the edges of the opening and widening portion, so that the lacing from the outside of the shoe is not visible and is not exposed to external influences. For this purpose, the aforementioned loop rows 7 aa and 7bb from the edges of the opening and widening section 4 put a piece inside and the loops rows away 7 ab and 7ba a little way from the edges of the zipper carrier 13 away a little way to the zipper 6 staggered towards. Alternatively or additionally, for example, the edge regions 4a and 4b of the opening and widening section 4 to the zipper 6 be designed protruding or overlapping, so that the respective zipper half carrying zipper carrier 13 and the lacing 5 are covered.
  • The zipper may in this case be a conventional hook zipper or alternatively also in the form of a molding profile closure, as known, for example, in freezer bags, be formed. To operate the mutually engageable and disengaged positive locking elements has the zipper 6 in a conventional manner, a slider 9 , which brings the interlocking elements with each other during displacement or vice versa disengaged. On the said slider 9 can in a manner also known per se, a handle member pivotally articulated to the slider 9 to be able to move up or down.
  • In particular 2 shows, the zipper extends 6 advantageously approximately centrally to the lacing 5 , so that the deflection loops 7 the lacing 5 in two rows each along the zipper 6 extend on opposite sides thereof, cf. 2 ,
  • The zipper 6 This can be with regard to its length over the entire lacing 5 extend so that when closed the zipper 6 the lacing 5 is completely covered, cf. 1 , The lacing sections 5a and 5b on the right or left side of the zipper 6 are in each case together from the edge region of the opening and / or widening section 4 and the zipper carrier adjacent thereto. The loops mentioned 7 the four loops rows 7 aa . 7 ab ; 7ba . 7bb may be mounted on an inner side, in particular under the edge regions of the opening and / or widening section 4 and the respective zipper halves.
  • According to execution according to 2 can the lacing 5 from the zipper 6 be independently trained or operated.
  • Alternatively, the lacing 5 but also with the zipper 6 be coupled. This shows the execution after 3 Apart from the coupling mentioned above, which is designed similar to the previously described embodiment, so that reference is made to the preceding embodiment. The of the two lowest deflection loops 7 coming strands 8u of the laces 8th can thereby advantageously by a Umlenköse 10 be guided in the area of the opening position of the slider 8th advantageously substantially immediately under the zipper 6 can be arranged. Through the mentioned deflection loops 10 can the corresponding strands 8u of the laces 8th essentially immediately in the direction of the longitudinal direction of the zipper 6 to the slider 9 be guided. The mentioned strands 8u of the laces 8th are doing on the slider 9 attached so that the slider 9 the mentioned strands 8u of the laces 8th entraining. Will the slider 9 of the zipper 6 closed, spans itself by taking along the said strands 8u the lacing 5 , wherein the travel of the slider 9 is implemented twice, as it were, because the slider 9 two strands of lacing 5 entraining.
  • To the by closing the zipper 6 achievable tension of the lacing 5 or the achievable contraction of the lacing 5 To be able to adjust individually in upper and lower lacing sections are the lacing 5 like this 2 and 3 show, in a middle section a Schnürbremse 18 and / or clamping and clamping means or adjusting means 20 and at the top of the laces 5o adjustment 11 assigned, by means of which the shoelace 8th can be preset in terms of his starting position. More precisely, that of the shoe lace 8th be traveled or its length to be varied. The mentioned adjustment means 11 can advantageously also several hooks and / or clamps 12 include, spaced from each other between the actual deflection loops 10 can be arranged. As 2 shows, the laces can 8th by hanging in one of the clamping hooks 12 pulled shorter or be made longer so that the lacing down becomes narrower or further, or it may be a middle portion of the shoe lace in a clamp 15 Be narrower or wider, so that when you press the zipper 6 the lacing 5 shrinks more or less according to the selected preset.
  • The aforementioned presetting means 11 and / or their hooks 12 can also be the bottom of the lacing 5 be assigned to the zurückzulegenden path of the shoe lace 8th to vary at the lower end, cf. 3 ,
  • The advantageously a central portion associated brake, clamping, adjusting and / or clamping means 18 and 20 may include clamps by means of which the laces 8th in a middle section between the upper and lower ends of the lacing 5 can be determined, for example, after a lower lacing portion was lashed in the desired manner, or can be designed only as a rope brake, which brakes slipping of the cable once set. An upper lacing portion can be adjusted separately in terms of its tension, so that different voltages can be adjusted in different lacing sections.
  • In particular, the mentioned clamping, adjusting and / or clamping means 20 a rotatable wheel or a shoelace winch 22 include, around which the laces are looped around, so that by twisting the shoelace winds 22 said laces can be lowered or tightened. As 4 shows is the shoe lace 8th thereby advantageously around the manner of a sailboat winch or a capstan so wrapped around the aforementioned lace wind, that it runs on both sides, ie that of one side of the Schnürsenkelwinde 22 running laces part leads into the upper part of the lacing, while the other running laces part runs in the lower part of the lacing. The named lace winch 22 So it is designed in the manner of a winch or a capstan, so stretched by twisting in one direction of the upper lacing and the lower lacing portion relaxed and at Twisting in the opposite direction, the upper lacing portion loosened and the lower lacing portion is tensioned.
  • Advantageously, such a lace winch 22 with a different trained in the different Schnürungsabschnitten threading the shoelace 8th be combined. As 4 shows, especially in the lower lacing section below the ankle and / or below the mentioned lace winch 22 a meandering lacing may be provided, ie the laces meandering back and forth, while in the upper part of the lacing above the ankle and / or above said laces winds 22 the shoelace 8th can be performed in the cloister. By such a different Schnürsenkelgang in different Schnürungsabschnitten better comfort can be achieved, in particular to the effect that the lacing in the lower lacing section back and forth or can work better, while in the upper shaft portion a firm fit is achieved. Such a different lacing or gait, in the invention, even without the mentioned Schnürsenkelwinde 22 make sense.
  • As 4 shows is the shoe lace 8th advantageously so called laces winds 22 led that when turning up - so according to 4 counterclockwise - the lower lacing part stretched and the upper lacing part is loosened. This provides intuitive operation since the user intuitively connects up-turning with up-pulling the lace.
  • Advantageously, said lace winch is 22 self-locking trained and / or provided with a locking device that holds a once set rotational position, so that under normal lace tension said wind does not turn by itself.
  • As 5 shows, can the mentioned lace winch 22 also be associated with a locking means to be directly on the winch 22 the shoelace 8th to be able to re-tension or release in order to be able to set the level of tension in the lower and upper lacing section beyond the said distribution of the tension.
  • As 1 shows is the bottom of the zipper 6 attached to the shoe wall or the shoe wall material longitudinally displaceable. For this purpose provided fasteners 19 in this case have a displaceable degree of freedom in an axis which extends approximately tangentially or parallel to the zipper longitudinal direction, so that the lower end of the zipper 6 can move relative to the shoe wall. As a result, buckling of the shoe wall when rolling the shoe is avoided on the floor. On the other hand, the zipper can still be closed with one hand. For this purpose, the said degree of freedom or the movement made possible thereby is limited. Such a limited clearance can be achieved for example by a longitudinal groove-like leadership. For example, a mounting pin 21 , which is attached to the zipper or the zipper carrier, be guided in a longitudinal groove on the shoe wall, cf. 1 ,
  • In a further development of the invention, said clearance of the zipper in the longitudinal direction is limited such that when the shoe is standing up flat on the ground, ie not unrolled position of the shoe, the zipper is in its uppermost, ie maximum shifted upward position and not further upwards can be pulled. This allows a one-handed closure of the zipper in a simple manner. For example, the mounting pin 21 , which is attached to the zipper, at the upper end of said longitudinal groove queuing when the shoe just stands on the ground.
  • Advantageously, in this case only one half of the zipper is attached to the shoe wall, so that the zipper can be fully opened and the two zipper halves can be separated.
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  • Cited patent literature
    • EP 0569012 B1 [0006]
    • DE 202008010536 [0007]
    • DE 3345661 A1 [0008]

Claims (24)

  1. Shoe with at least one opening and / or widening section ( 4 ) for facilitating boarding / disembarking, wherein the opening and / or widening section ( 4 ) at least one lacing ( 5 ) and at least one zipper ( 6 ) are assigned, so that the opening and / or widening section ( 4 ) by tightening the lacing ( 5 ) and / or by closing the zipper ( 6 ) is contractible and / or closable, wherein the lacing ( 5 ) along at least one side of the zipper ( 6 ) and thereby a Schuhwandschlitz ( 15a . 15b ) between the zipper ( 6 ) and an adjoining edge region ( 4a ) bridged the shoe wall, wherein the lacing ( 5 ) reciprocating through both sides of the shoe wall slot ( 15a . 15b ) provided deflection means ( 17 ) is threaded, characterized in that the deflection means ( 17 ) are arranged on an inner side of the shoe wall and the lacing with closed shoe wall slot ( 15a . 15b ) runs substantially completely hidden under the shoe wall.
  2. Shoe according to the preceding claim, wherein the deflection means ( 17 ) bendable loops ( 7 ), in particular band loops, comprise, which are rigidly attached to the shoe wall inside, in particular sewn.
  3. Shoe according to the preceding claim, wherein the loops ( 7 ) are aligned such that main axes of Durchfädelöffnungen the loops ( 7 ) substantially parallel or tangential to the edge regions of the shoe wall slot ( 15a . 15b ), wherein said Durchfädelöffnungen preferably approximately flush with the edges of the shoe wall slot ( 15a . 15b ) are arranged.
  4. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the on opposite sides of the shoe wall slot ( 15a . 15b ) arranged deflection means ( 17 ) are arranged offset to one another such that in the longitudinal direction of the shoe wall slot ( 15a . 15b ) considers a respective deflection means ( 17 ) on one side of the shoe wall slot between two deflection means ( 17 ) is on the other side of the shoe wall slot and / or a shoe lace, which alternately by a right deflection ( 17 ) and a left deflecting means ( 17 ) is threaded, takes a meandering path.
  5. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein different types of lacing and / or laces are provided in different lacing sections.
  6. Shoe according to the preceding claim, wherein in an upper lacing portion of the laces ( 8th ) is guided in the cloister and is guided in a lower lacing section in the meandering passage.
  7. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein means ( 14 ) for generating different high lace tension in an upper lacing portion and a lower lacing portion of the lacing ( 5 ) are provided.
  8. A shoe according to the preceding claim, wherein said means ( 14 ) at least one shoelace brake ( 18 ) between said lower and upper lacing portions intended to brake slippage of the lace between said lower and upper lacing portions.
  9. Shoe according to one of the two preceding claims, wherein a middle section of the lacing ( 5 ) between the upper and lower lacing ends, in particular approximately in a transition region between a shaft section (FIG. 2 B ) and a foot section ( 2a ) of the upper shoe ( 2 ), Clamping and / or clamping means ( 15 ) for tensioning and / or clamping the shoelace ( 8th ) are assigned between the upper and lower lacing ends.
  10. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, the said means ( 14 ) a laces winch (to produce different levels of lace tension) 22 ) to the laces ( 8th ) Is guided, said winch is self-locking and / or holding means for holding in a set rotational position.
  11. A shoe according to the preceding claim, wherein said lace winch ( 22 ) is formed in the manner of a winch or capstan, from which the lace runs on two sides, so that a lace portion is guided in an upper lacing portion and the other lace portion in a lower lace Schnürsenkelschnürungsabschnitt.
  12. Shoe according to one of the two preceding claims, wherein on the shoelace ( 22 ) Locking and / or braking means ( 18 ) are provided for adjusting the lace length at the winch.
  13. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the lacing ( 5 ) comprises a laces threaded from bottom to top and one at the top of the laces ( 5 ) running lacing strand by locking means ( 16 ) is detectable on the shoe wall.
  14. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the zipper ( 6 ) is attached at its lower end only with a zipper half on the shoe wall and the other zipper half of the shoe wall is detachable, in particular such that when fully open zipper ( 6 ) the two zipper halves are separable from each other.
  15. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the zipper ( 6 ) at its lower end with fastening means ( 19 ) is attached to the shoe wall, the longitudinal displacement of the zipper ( 6 ) relative to the shoe wall in the longitudinal direction of the zipper ( 6 ) allow.
  16. Shoe according to the preceding claim, wherein the longitudinal displaceability of the zipper ( 6 ) is limited relative to the shoe wall in such a way that with a flat uprising of the shoe on the bottom of the zipper ( 6 ) is in its maximum upwardly shifted position.
  17. Shoe according to one of the two preceding claims, wherein the fastening means ( 19 ) comprise a preferably groove-like sliding guide, in particular a fastener slidably received in a longitudinal groove.
  18. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the zipper ( 6 ) in at least one zipper section in which the lacing ( 5 ) reciprocating on one side of the zipper ( 6 ), from the lacing ( 5 ) is not crossed and the opening and / or widening section ( 4 ) bridging shear forces entirely in the zipper ( 6 ) are initiated.
  19. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the lacing ( 5 ) a pair on one side of the zipper ( 6 ) lying loops rows ( 7 aa . 7 ab ), of which a number ( 7 ab ) on a zipper carrier ( 13a ), which said zipper half ( 6a ), and the other row ( 7 aa ) at the edge area ( 4a ) of the opening and / or widening section ( 4 ) and a reciprocating through said pair of loops ( 7 aa . 7 ab ) threaded shoelaces ( 8th ).
  20. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the lacing ( 5 ) along both sides of the zipper ( 6 ) extends such that at least along a zipper section reciprocating lacing sections ( 5a . 5b ) on both sides of the zipper ( 6 ) and the zipper ( 6 ) of the lacing ( 5 ) is not crossed, preferably the lacing ( 5 ) on each side of the zipper ( 6 ) each a pair of loops rows ( 7 aa . 7 ab ; 7ba . 7bb ), of which each pair of rows of loops is a row of loops ( 7 ab ; 7bb ) attached to a zipper carrier ( 13 ), which carries the respective zipper half, and a loop row ( 7 aa . 7bb ), which are at the periphery ( 4a ; 4b ) of the opening and / or widening section ( 4 ), wherein on each side of the zipper ( 6 ) a shoelace is threaded back and forth through the there provided loop row pair, without the zipper ( 6 ).
  21. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the lacing ( 5 ) to the zipper ( 6 ) is coupled such that closing the zipper ( 6 ) the lacing ( 5 ), wherein preferably at least one strand ( 8u ) of the lacing ( 5 ) in the manner of a reeving with a slider ( 9 ) of the zipper ( 6 ) connected is.
  22. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the lacing ( 5 ) Presetting means ( 11 ) for presetting the lacing length and thus closing the zipper ( 6 ) are associated with achievable lace tension, wherein the presetting means ( 11 ) preferably at least one hook-shaped deflecting element ( 12 ), preferably a grid of deflection elements ( 12 ), for selectively deflecting a lace section ( 80 ) of the lacing ( 5 ) and / or are associated with a lacing portion of the at the zipper ( 6 ) coupled lacing portion is facing away and / or furthest away.
  23. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the zipper ( 6 ) substantially parallel to a longitudinal center plane of the lacing parts ( 5 ), in particular approximately in the middle between four rows of loop pairs of the lacing ( 5 ) extends.
  24. Shoe according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the zipper ( 6 ) and the lacing ( 5 ) approximately in the middle of the shoe front side in the region of a foot section ( 2a ) and / or a shaft portion ( 2 B ) of the upper shoe ( 2 ).
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