EA012043B1 - Lacing method (variants) and laceable shoes - Google Patents

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EA012043B1
EA012043B1 EA200701809A EA200701809A EA012043B1 EA 012043 B1 EA012043 B1 EA 012043B1 EA 200701809 A EA200701809 A EA 200701809A EA 200701809 A EA200701809 A EA 200701809A EA 012043 B1 EA012043 B1 EA 012043B1
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Сергей Владимирович Тупица
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C1/00Shoe lacing fastenings

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The invention relates to the field of light industry, and specifically to methods of lacing that can be used in shoes, clothing, including special purposes, hats, various personal use accessories, in haberdashery products. In addition, the invention specifically relates to lace shoes. The lacing method in the first embodiment includes tying at least one free loop, movably fastening the lace on the connected parts of the cord fastener using fasteners mounted on the connected parts of the cord fastener, or holes made in the connected parts of the cord fastener, as well as fixing or connecting the ends lace. In the second embodiment, the method involves tying at least one free loop, pulling the cord through the element or through a set of elements for its movable fixation on the product, while the ends of the lace are fixed on the product or connected. Lace-up shoes contain berets and a lace on which at least one free loop is tied. The lace is fixed on the berets with the possibility of movement using the elements installed on the berets for lacing or using holes made in the berets. The ends of the lace are fastened or connected.

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The invention relates to the field of light industry, and specifically to methods of lacing, which can be used in shoes, clothing, including special purposes, headdresses, various accessories for personal use, in haberdashery products. In addition, the invention specifically affects corded shoes.
There is a well-known method of lace-up, which can be considered a classic, when two parts to be joined are strung together with one cord, parts are tightly tightened and the ends of the braid are tied.
In this method, which seems to be quite convenient, proven by many generations, there are a number of disadvantages.
When lacing it is necessary to tighten the connection using the ends of the lace, they slip or cut the fingers. It is difficult to provide a strong tightening; it is necessary to drag the cord in separate sections between the holes, preventing the lacing from loosening. You can give an example of tightening the corset, which is necessary not only if you want to give a slenderness to a human figure, but also for medical purposes. Or recall the process of tight lace-up of boots with skates, when it is necessary that the foot is tightly held in the boot, the ankle of the leg is fixed. No less time consuming and long reverse the process of lacing. Remember the boot with a ridge, when you have to stretch the cord in the areas between the holes of the birch with your hands, in order to loosen the tension of the walls of the shoes until the moment when you can remove the foot.
The classic way to tackle shoes has its own, inherent in the use of shoes, the disadvantages.
The ends of the lace are constantly dangling, there is a possibility of their spontaneous unleashing when walking, running, playing sports.
A string dragged along the ground can lead not only to a person’s fall, but also to injury, if the person comes on this string with the other foot or the other person does it. Dragging string can simply cling to something. It is possible to tighten the knot to such an extent that it will be very difficult to untie it. It may be easier to trim the string and replace it with a new one. The ends of the lace shaggy, get dirty, get wet in rainy weather and become covered with ice in the winter season, which complicates the process of threading and removing them. Laced product can not be used for a long time without periodic re-tying laces. The laces jump out of the upper holes and it is difficult to put their frayed ends back. Laces are short-lived, significantly less than the product in which they are used.
These shortcomings stimulated the inventive idea, which led to the creation of more and more new inventions dedicated to tiling.
It is known when the lace is passed through the blocks on the toes of the shoes, while one of the end sections of the lace passed through the top block located on one bead goes to the top block located on the second berets, through which the other end section of the lace is passed through, or through an additional block located next to the main one. Both end sections of the lace are connected with the formation of a loop for engagement with the retainer (KN C1 No. 2015676, A43C 1/06, 1994; Ci C1 No. 2013112, A43C 1/00, 1994).
It is known when the laces in the form of a loop are placed in guide devices on the berets. The second cord is fastened with one or both ends on the front part of the berets, for example, in the upper cord-guiding devices, or is missed as a loop in the specified or additional cord-guiding devices. When lacing, the loop of the first lace is pulled through the cord guides of the device in front of the berets of the shoe, one or both ends are fixed or the loop of the second lace is passed into the existing or additional cord guides and the loop of the first lace is tied with the second lace or its loop (KI C1 No. 2146486 A43C 1/00, 2000).
It is known when the upper closed part of the lace between the berets is pulled out and secured to the shoes from the side with a special lock. In this case, the shoes are laced in the direction from top to bottom, and the ends of the lace are fastened at the bottom (PCT A1 MO 03/070042, A43C 11/00, 2003).
There are also many other methods of lacing, which, like the ones listed above, are either complex, at least in terms of knitting lacing and / or knots, or provide additional technical tools that clutter up the product with lacing, which significantly complicates its manufacture, leading to an increase in cost.
The technical results of the invention are to provide lace-up, not inferior in its simplicity to the classical method of lace-up, at least for people using the laced product. This eliminates the disadvantages of the classic method of lacing, but its advantages remain. No additional technical means are used, the method is simple and does not lead to a significant increase in the cost of the product using lacing.
Technical results are achieved by the method of lacing includes tying at least one free loop, movable fastening of the lace on the connected parts of the cord fastener using fasteners installed on the connected parts of the cord fastener, or holes made in the connected parts of the cord fastener, and fixing
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The stages of lacing can be performed in different sequences.
At first, at least one loose loop can be tied, and then the mobile fastening of the lace on the connected parts of the cord fastener.
It is possible when initially the mobile fastening of the lace on the connected parts of the corded fastener is carried out, and then tying at least one loose loop.
Tying at least one free loop can be carried out between the stages of mobile fastening of the lace on the connected parts of the corded fastener.
It may be an option when tying at least one free loop between two successive stages of fastening the lace on one of the connected parts of the corded fastener.
The lacing can be carried out in the direction from the place where the connected parts of the corded fastener are located at the greatest distance from each other, to the place where the connected parts of the corded fastener are located at the shortest distance from each other.
Lacing is possible in the opposite direction from the place where the connected parts of the corded fastener are located at the shortest distance from each other, to the place where the connected parts of the corded fastener are located at the greatest distance from each other.
This version of corded fastener can be used for a wide range of products for a completely different purpose.
In the second embodiment of the invention, the method involves tying at least one free loop, pulling the cord through the element or through a set of elements for its mobile fixation on the product, while the ends of the lace are fixed on the product or connected.
In this embodiment, it is also possible to have a different sequence of steps for lacing.
At first, at least one loose loop can be tied, and then a mobile fixation of the lace on the product.
Initially, a movable fixation of the lace on the product can be carried out, and then tying at least one free loop.
Tying at least one free loop can be carried out between successive stages of movable fixation of the lace on the product.
The second option is intended mainly for belt lacing, when the lace is passed through the waistband of the trousers. Obviously, it is designed for this kind of lacing in any products. All technical results noted in relation to the first embodiment of the invention are achieved in the second embodiment.
The lace-up footwear made in accordance with the invention comprises berets and a cord, on which at least one loose loop is tied. The cord is fixed on the berets with the possibility of movement with the help of the elements for lacing installed on the berets or with the help of holes made in the berets. The ends of the lace are fastened or connected.
Depending on the order of execution of the treading steps, the clasp can have various forms.
The free loop can be located between the berets in the place where they are located at the greatest distance from each other.
It is possible that the free loop is located between the berets in the place where they are located at the smallest distance from each other.
The free loop can be located between the berets on any of the sections along their length.
The free loop can be positioned between successive fastenings of the lace on one of the berets, that is, between the elements for lacing or between the holes in the middle or elsewhere of one of the berets.
With this shoe design, the ends of the lace do not dangle and do not drag on the ground, reduces the likelihood of spontaneous unbinding of laces, excessive tightening of the knot, eliminates injuries, reduces the degree of contamination of laces and increases their sanitary condition, laces do not jump out of the upper holes on the berets, increases the service life of laces . Shoes for short periods of time or with a shortage of time for tying shoelaces can be worn without tying shoelaces, as the tied free loop neatly lies on the front of the shoe. The knot is already half knotted, so the time for the final tying of shoes is reduced.
Many people who prefer shoes without laces, because they do not like to tie them, will be happy to wear shoes with lacing, made in accordance with the present invention.
The lacing made according to the invention is easily tightened with a knotted loose loop, while the same forces are applied to both ends of the lace, which leads to a uniform tightening of the cord fastener. Lacing when tightening is easily fixed, if you tighten the knotted knot of a loop with two hands.
The variant of lacing from top to bottom, when fastening or connecting together the ends of the lace is carried out in the lower part of the shoe, seems to be the most convenient for its industrial use.
- 2 012043 NII. The loop of the lace in this version will be located in the place where the berets are located at the greatest distance from each other.
When lacing, according to the invention, high shoes, bags, gloves, various clothes, backpacks, in the latter it is important to use lacing according to the invention for areas intended to increase or decrease the capacity of the backpack, the entire part of the lace of which the free loop consists is used to expand the inner parts of the product with lacing. The length of the lace can be easily determined taking into account the geometry of the product and the maximum possible expansion of the corded fastener.
A free loop in all embodiments of the invention is performed, as a rule, in the form of an unstretched simple knot or in the form of an untight double simple knot.
For ease of use of the fastener, the lace can be made with a hard section, eliminating excessive tightening of the knot and facilitating a visual search for a section of the lace, using which the knot can be untied.
The hard section may be formed by impregnating a section of a lace made of woven material, an adhesive, or a plastic hardening composition, or paint.
The hard section can be formed by an element that covers the string over the entire or at least one section of its length, which is made of metal, or plastic, or rubber.
A hard patch may be formed by a thickening of the lace.
It is possible when, instead of a hard section on the cord, at least one tightened knot is made.
The ends of the lace can be glued together, connected by soldering, connected or connected by a lock.
The ends of the lace can be connected in the area forming a loop, but according to the invention, the connection of the ends of the lace can be located anywhere on the fastener.
The free loop can be linked to a bow with the formation of at least two loops stretched from the knot.
At the loop section, the cord can be passed through the opening of the tongue of the corded fastener or attached to the laced product.
The implementation of the invention is illustrated by the following examples and the corresponding graphic materials.
FIG. 1 shows a loose loop tied on a cord. In this embodiment, the loop is tied at the beginning of lacing and remains on the product until the bow with a knot is formed from it.
When tying a loop, the laces around each other can be wrapped once, forming a simple loose knot, twice, forming a double plain loose knot, and even more times. If you wrap the laces relative to each other several times, then tightening the cord joint will form a more reliable knot, which will greatly facilitate tight lace-up.
It should be noted that any greater number of loops can be pre-tied, including for aesthetic reasons, since many loops will allow you to tie a similar set of bows.
FIG. 2 shows shoes laced in accordance with the invention. In the upper part in the middle is a loose knotted loop. Next, the laces pass through the holes in the berets, and parts of the lace go in turn from the hole of the left bead to the hole of the right one. In the lower part, where the berets are located at a minimum distance from each other, the ends of the lace are connected (in Fig. 2, the connection of the ends of the lace is not shown). Any known method of ordering the laces through holes, parallel, cross, or any other can be used.
It is possible that the loop is located between the elements for the mobile fastening of the lace or the holes in the middle of one of the connected parts of the cord fastener or, in other words, which will be more clear with regard to the use of lacing in shoes, in the middle of one of the berets. In this case, the loop hangs to the side, which may be of interest when lacing high shoes, when lacing backpacks along their height. There may be a case where the loop is located between the berets in the area of their length, and not at the top or bottom, which also provides for the present invention.
In the case of shoes, the lace at the loop-forming area may be passed through the opening of the shoe's tongue. It is obvious that the tongue of the cord fastener of any product may contain one or more loops for the passage of the lace. This is done to fasten the tongue, to avoid slipping of the shoe tongue in the process of wearing it.
FIG. 3 shows a variant of corded shoes, in which the ends of the lace pass through the holes in the lower part, where the berets are most closely located relative to each other. At the ends of the lace there are thickenings that prevent the ends of the lace from slipping out of the holes of the lacer and allow you to tighten the cord connection. These can be rivets mounted on the ends or simply knotted knots.
In this embodiment, preferably, when the laces are made in the direction from top to bottom or, in other words, the lacing is performed in the direction from the place where the connected parts
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FIG. 4, 5, 6 shows the stages of tying a free loop with the formation of a bow.
First, two loops are formed on the loop, which in FIG. 4 shown protruding upwards. Further, these areas, denoted by the letters B and C in FIG. 5 are tied relative to each other, with the lace section indicated in FIG. 5 letter A, and tighten. Thus, a three-looped bow is formed, shown in FIG. 6. The three bow loops came out of the lace sections indicated in FIG. 5 letters A, B and C.
FIG. 7 shows a beautifully tied three-looped bow, where the three loops are evenly spaced around the circumference.
The three-looped bow is easily untied, if you pull the loop of the ribbon from the section A (Fig. 5). When this occurs, not only the unleashing of the bow, but also the weakening of the lacing.
To avoid excessive knotting, knotting itself into the knot, as well as to facilitate the search for a piece of lace, by pulling which you can untie the laces, the string is made with a hard part. A hard section can be obtained by impregnating a section of a cord made of woven material, with an adhesive, or with a plastic hardening compound, or with paint. It is possible to obtain a hard section by installing an element that encloses a cord over the entire or at least one section of its length, which is made of metal (for example, brass), plastics, rubber, or leather. This may be just a tube through which the lace was previously passed. There may be an option to form a hard section at the expense of the rod, which is located inside the lace, to make a lace with a thickened section. On the cord can simply be tied one or more knots.
The reason for increasing the durability of the laces knitted in accordance with the invention is illustrated in FIG. 8. In the absence of a bow, for example, when the bow was spontaneously untied or intentionally was not tied, the free loop of the lace does not drag on the ground, but lies on the toe of the shoe. Shoe lace is eliminated, since there is no interaction of the laces with the ground, the laces, to a much lesser extent, as is the case with dangling ends of the lace, become dirty and wet. It is impossible to step on the lace of the shoe lying on the shoe, which excludes the probability of injury.
FIG. 9 and 10 the variant is shown, when the thickened part of the lace is located on the area forming the free loop. In this case, when tying a three-looped bow, the thickening will be located on one of the loops. Thickening can be made specifically or formed by connecting the ends of the strap together, for example by gluing a textile strap.
FIG. 11, beech A is the hard part on the cord in the free loop area. Which can be obtained by reinforcing a textile or hollow flexible plastic cord, inside of which there is a rigid reinforcement element, the length of which corresponds to the length of the rigid section.
As noted above, the hard part can be obtained by connecting the lace, with the ends arranged overlapping. A bandage is placed over the joint, as shown in FIG. 12 (indicated by the letter A).
The connection of the ends of the lace may be different. A plastic material sleeve may be formed with a textile lace impregnated with either adhesive or diffusion interaction using a plastic material lace.
A lock can be used to connect the ends of the lace. Designs of locks can be various. This is not the subject of the invention and the possibility of such locks is beyond doubt. In the simplest case, mating hooks to which the ends of the strap are tied can be used. The lock, for example, can be made in the form of two sleeves which are screwed together on a thread, through one of which one end of the lace is passed, and the other through the other.
FIG. 13 shows an embodiment of the invention when the ends of the lace are passed through a loose loop at the stage of its movable fastening. In this case, the loop area (indicated by the letter A) is located under the lace sections (indicated by the letter B) between its fastenings in the holes on the berets.
FIG. 14 and 15 it is shown how the two-looped bow knits. The difference from the above-described method of tying a three-looped bow is that the bow is knitted by interlacing not two loopback sections, as in the first case, but one looped section and a lace section without a loop (Fig. 14). A two-looped bow, shown in FIG. 15.
For the case of a two-hem bow, it is not always convenient if the connection of the ends is in the free loop section. In this case, the connection is preferably done from the opposite side, that is, between the berets (or between parts of the corded fastener, if it is not used in shoes), where they are located at the minimum distance. However, the hard stretch of the lace on the knot
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Using the invention, it is possible to knit a four-bow bow, which is illustrated in FIG. 16 and 17. Here two areas are formed from a free loop, which are connected, while between these areas before tying, two areas are formed to the sides between the first two sections, as shown in FIG. 16. After tightening, a four-looped bow is obtained, illustrated in FIG. 17
Due to the formation of loose knotted shoes, it is easy to carry shoes with bundles, when several pairs of shoes are taken over the loops of laces (Fig. 18). This is useful when not expensive shoes are delivered to the point of sale without individual packaging. You can pay attention in the shoe store, as the string shoes with traditional laces sellers tie the ends of the laces, so that it is easier to carry such shoes bundles. The invention of this task greatly facilitates. Shoes for loops can be hung on hooks.
The invention relates not only to shoes, but also to any product where a cord fastener can be used.
FIG. 19 and 20 shows a fragment of clothing with a belt through which the lace is passed.
Here in the place where the lace comes out of the belt, a free loop is also tied (Fig. 19). From the free loop, a three-looped bow is formed (Fig. 20) or any of the others described above or some other.
An embodiment of a corded fastener on a clothing collar is shown in FIG. 21 and 22. A pre-tied free loop is also used here (Fig. 21), from which an elegant three-looped bow can be tied (Fig. 22), but any other can be tied. It is possible to tighten such a lacing simply by tightening a previously made loop. Imagine a colorful variant, when a lot of loops were pre-tied on a cord, of which then many bows were formed. The lace can be bright, in the form of artistically made ribbon.
In the manufacture of clothing ring loop with a loop can be sewn into a belt or other similar element of the product. The lace can be passed through the belt, a loop is tied and the ends are connected, after which the connection can be tucked inside the waist part by moving the lace.
It is impossible to exclude the case, of course covered by the invention, when the cord is made in the form of a ring. The exception will be made by options when the lace needs to be passed through openings.
The invention is illustrated with highlighting the options that are most likely to be used. However, it is clear that the invention according to patent claims is not exhausted by these examples and there may be other embodiments of the invention.

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1. The method of lacing the product, including tying at least one free loop, movable fastening of the lace on the connected parts of the cord fastener using fasteners mounted on the connected parts of the cord fastener, or holes made in the connected parts of the cord fastener, as well as fixing the ends of the lace on the product or their connection with each other.
2. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that first tying at least one free loop, and then movably fastening the lace on the connected parts of the cord fastener.
3. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that at first they carry out the movable fastening of the lace on the connected parts of the cord fastener, and then tying at least one free loop.
4. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the tying of at least one free loop is carried out between the steps of movably securing the lace on the connected parts of the cord fastener.
5. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the tying of at least one free loop is carried out between two successive steps of fixing the lace on one of the connected parts of the cord fastener.
6. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that one or both ends of the lace are passed through at least one free loop at the stage of its movable fastening.
7. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the lacing is carried out in the direction from the place where the connected parts of the cord fastener are located at the greatest distance from each other, to the place where the connected parts of the cord fastener are located at the smallest distance from each other.
8. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the lacing is carried out in the direction from the place where the connected parts of the cord fastener are located at the smallest distance from each other, to the place where the connected parts of the cord fastener are located at the greatest distance from each other.
9. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the free loop is made in the form of an unstrained simple knot or in the form of an unstrained double simple knot.
10. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the lace is made with a hard section.
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11. The method according to claim 10, characterized in that the hard section is formed by impregnating a section of the lace made of woven material, an adhesive composition, or a plastic hardening composition, or paint.
12. The method according to claim 10, characterized in that the hard section is formed by an element that covers the cord over the entire or at least one section of its length and which is made of metal, or plastic, or rubber, or leather.
13. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the lace is made with at least one tightened node.
14. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the lace is made with a thickened area.
15. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the ends of the lace are interconnected by gluing or soldering, or are connected, or connected to each other by a lock.
16. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the ends of the lace are interconnected in the area forming a loop.
17. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the free loop is knitted with a bow to form at least two loops elongated from the knot.
18. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that the lace in the loop section is passed through the opening of the tongue of the cord fastener or secured to the laced product.
19. A method of lacing the product, including tying at least one free loop, pulling the lace through the element or through a set of elements for its movable fixation on the product, while the ends of the lace are fixed to the product or connected to each other.
20. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that first tying at least one free loop, and then movably fixing the lace on the product.
21. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that at first carry out the movable fixing of the lace on the product, and then tying at least one free loop.
22. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that the tying of at least one free loop is carried out between successive stages of movable fixing of the lace on the product.
23. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that the free loop is made in the form of an unstrained simple knot or in the form of an unstrained double simple knot.
24. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that the lace is made with a hard section.
25. The method according to paragraph 24, wherein the hard section is formed by impregnating a portion of the lace made of woven material, an adhesive composition, or a plastic hardening composition, or paint.
26. The method according to paragraph 24, wherein the hard section is formed by an element that covers the cord on the entire or at least one section of its length and which is made of metal, or plastic, or rubber, or leather.
27. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that the lace is made with at least one tightened node.
28. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that the lace is made with a thickened area.
29. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that the ends of the lace are interconnected by gluing or soldering, or are connected, or connected to each other by a lock.
30. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that the ends of the lace are interconnected in a section forming a loop.
31. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that the free loop is knitted with a bow to form at least two loops elongated from the knot.
32. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that the lace in the loop section is fixed on the laced product.
33. Lace-up shoes containing berets and a lace on which at least one free loop is tied and which is fixed on the berets with the possibility of movement using lace-fitting elements or using holes made in the berets, while the ends of the lace are attached to the shoes or interconnected.
34. Shoes according to clause 33, wherein the free loop is located between the berets in the place where they are located at the greatest distance from each other.
35. Shoes according to clause 33, wherein the free loop is located between the berets in the place where they are located at the smallest distance from each other.
36. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the free loop is located between the berets in the area located along their length.
37. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the free loop is located between places of sequential fastenings of the lace on one of the berets.
38. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the free loop section is located under one or two sections of the lace between the places of its fastening on the berets.
39. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the free loop is made in the form of an unstrained simple knot or in the form of an unstrained double simple knot.
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40. Shoes according to item 33, wherein the lace is made with a hard section.
41. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the hard portion is formed by impregnating a portion of the lace made of woven material, an adhesive composition, or a plastic hardening composition, or paint.
42. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the hard section is formed by an element that covers the lace over the entire or at least one section of its length and which is made of metal, or plastic, or rubber, or leather.
43. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the lace is made with at least one tightened knot.
44. Shoes according to item 33, wherein the lace is made with a thickened area.
45. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the ends of the lace are interconnected by gluing or soldering, or are connected, or connected to each other by a lock.
46. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the ends of the lace are interconnected in a section forming a loop.
47. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the free loop has a knitted bow formed by at least two loops elongated from the assembly.
48. Shoes according to claim 33, characterized in that the lace in the loop portion is passed through the opening of the tongue of the cord fastener or fixed to the shoe.
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