EP0877566B1 - Sports' shoe, in particular football boot - Google Patents

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EP0877566B1
EP0877566B1 EP97901010A EP97901010A EP0877566B1 EP 0877566 B1 EP0877566 B1 EP 0877566B1 EP 97901010 A EP97901010 A EP 97901010A EP 97901010 A EP97901010 A EP 97901010A EP 0877566 B1 EP0877566 B1 EP 0877566B1
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Rudolf Hieblinger
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B5/00Footwear for sporting purposes
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B5/00Footwear for sporting purposes
    • A43B5/02Football boots or shoes, i.e. footwear for soccer, football or rugby
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B5/00Footwear for sporting purposes
    • A43B5/02Football boots or shoes, i.e. footwear for soccer, football or rugby
    • A43B5/025Football boots or shoes, i.e. footwear for soccer, football or rugby characterised by an element which improves the contact between the ball and the footwear

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The invention relates to a sports' shoe, in particular a football boot, with an upper (1) comprising an instep region (8), with a sole (2) connected to the upper and with tension strips (3, 4, 5) for stiffening. The sole is stiffened by a front tension strip (3) connecting the front end (6) of the sole to the upper (1) and by two rear tension strips (4, 5) connecting the heel area (7) of the sole (2) to the upper (1) in such a manner that although it is still possible to bend the sole up completely, it is impossible to bend it down.

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The invention relates to a sports shoe, in particular a soccer shoe with a shaft comprising an instep area, one with sole connected to the shaft and drawstrings for stiffening.

Such a sports shoe is for example from DE 27 52 301 A1 known. The drawstrings described there are intended Ensure more direct power transmission between the foot and the sole of the shoe and thereby reduce signs of fatigue on the shaft itself. In addition, the foot should be held in the shoe by the mentioned drawstrings can be improved.

A problem with sports shoes, especially soccer shoes, is that the sole has a high flexibility must to the natural rolling of the foot when running not to hinder. The energies that deform when you run The sole can be used when in use a sole that is as flexible as possible can be minimized.

On the other hand, a sole that is too light and too flexible often hides a considerable risk of injury. A sagging of the Sole against its natural curvature can For example, running occurs when the foot is on a Unevenness, for example a stone, is put on.

Especially with soccer shoes, it is particularly disadvantageous if the sole can be bent downwards. Soccer shoes have to be light and very flexible. You should be special have thin soles, which the rolling movement of the foot do not interfere with running. The shaft should also be made of very thin, soft leather that clings to the foot, to ensure a better feeling for the ball.

When shooting the ball, especially when shooting, where the ball if the foot is extended, it is necessary to bend largely avoid the sole down or the foot accordingly relentlessly support. Because impact and Ball speed is reduced when the sole and accordingly the foot gives way down, causing a not insignificant part of the impact is lost. A satisfactory impulse transmission can be followed with a not reach the bottom giving way.

To solve this problem with a soccer shoe is in DE 32 19 652 A1 proposed, on the underside of itself soft base material formed sole material parts larger Hardness to be provided, which with stops and counter-stops are provided. Bending the sole down will this prevents the stops and counter-stops of the Material parts arranged on the underside of the sole come. This known solution has a relatively complex Sole construction resulted. In addition, she is at heavy, muddy ground no longer in the desired way effective. Place the gap between the stop and counter stop with earth or the like, so that the sole with bulges upwards in accordance with increasing playing time. The The interaction between the stroke and the counter stroke is lost.

The object of the present invention is to provide a sports shoe, especially to create a soccer shoe in which a deflection the sole is largely prevented downwards, but without the flexibility of the sole necessary for the rolling process restrict, regardless of the surface on which the Shoe is used.

This task is carried out by a sports shoe according to the characteristics of claim 1 solved.

Advantageous further developments are specified in the subclaims.

The main idea of the invention is to provide drawstrings, which is from the front and rear end of the sole diagonally upwards towards the instep area of the Extend shaft and especially there to one Scaffolding are interconnected.

This arrangement of the drawstrings allows the sole to be opened very simple way to stiffen against bending downwards. The stiffening effect is due to the in the shoe located foot itself raised since the front and the two rear drawstrings at their junction on the instep of the Support your foot. This can result in a deflection of the sole effective and a corresponding deformation of the shaft be counteracted.

Preferably the front and the two rear drawstrings by one arranged in particular in the instep area of the shaft Lacing or a tension rope lock against each other curious; excited. When the lacing is open or the tension cord lock is open is an easy entry and exit from the shoe possible. Leave through the lacing or the tension cord lock pre-tension the drawstrings so that the sole experiences the desired stiffening effect. Through the variable Adjustment options for the lacing or the tension cord lock is not just an adaptation to different foot shapes possible, but it can also be a desired one Adjust the tension of the drawstrings. This is especially true then when the tension bands in the instep area separate tensioning devices are assigned, d. H. Clamping devices that are independent of the usual lacing etc.

It is also advantageous if a substantially transverse to Support element extending longitudinally of the shoe is provided which is at its two ends in the middle area the sole attacks and extends over the instep area of the shaft extends.

Such a support element causes further stiffening the sole. It complements and extends the one already explained above Support by the front and rear drawstrings. Due to the overall arrangement of front and rear drawstrings, The support element and sole are self-supporting Support structure that prevents downward deflection without to affect the flexibility upwards. The foot itself is no longer required for stiffening. This will make the Movement of the foot promoted during normal rolling. The foot can be held in the shoe with less tension. This is especially true if the support element with the front and the two rear drawstrings in the instep area is connected like a knot. The stem then has essentially only the function of "dressing" the foot.

The drawstrings preferably consist of aramid fibers, especially made of Kevlar® or carbon fibers. Such Fibers are extremely low-stretch and at the same time have one extremely high tensile strength.

The support element can be made of a relatively rigid PE, PA or be made of the same plastic tape. At a particularly soft embodiment, the support element from the same material and in the same way as the drawstrings manufactured and attached to the shaft or integrated.

If the drawstrings with leather or similar shaft materials flat stripes can be formed, which nestle particularly well on the upper of the shoe.

In this case, it is particularly advantageous to pull the drawstrings in sew in or sew on the shaft. This allows friction points avoid between the drawstrings and the shaft. Finally, drawstrings sewn on the outside of a sports shoe, especially soccer shoe, an attractive appearance to lend.

The invention is also described below with regard to further features and advantages based on the description of an embodiment and with reference to the accompanying drawings explained in more detail.

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a schematic diagram of a sports shoe according to an embodiment of the invention;
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a side view of a sports shoe according to the schematic diagram of FIG. 1; and
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3 shows a spatial, sketchy representation of the arrangement of tension bands and support element according to the exemplary embodiment according to FIG. 2.

In Fig. 1 a soccer shoe is shown sketchy. The Football boot consists of a shaft 1 and a sole 2. Upper 1 and sole 2 are made according to one of the conventional techniques connected to each other, for example sewn and / or welded or glued. At the bottom of the sole 2 are Arranged knobs 14 in a conventional manner, which for a better grip on soft ground, such as grass, etc. serve. A front extends from the front sole end 6 Drawstring 3 extending obliquely up to instep area 8 of the Shaft 1. Two rear drawstrings 4 and 5 extend from Heel area 7 of the sole up to the instep area 8 and there with the front drawstring 3 directly or indirectly, connected for example via lace strips 13 (see FIG. 2). The one rear drawstring 4 runs on one side of the Upper 1 starting from the instep to the heel. At the opposite side of the shaft is the other drawstring 5 arranged in a corresponding manner (see FIG. 3).

To increase the stiffening and a kind of self-supporting Providing arrangement is still a ribbon-like Support element 10 may be provided, which is essentially transverse runs to the length of the shoe and on its two Attacks ends in the central region 11 of the sole 2. It stretches itself over the instep area 8 of the shaft 1, so that the Support element 10 formed a bow recorded in the shoe Foot not disabled.

Due to the arrangement of drawstrings and Support element, a bending of the sole 2 is effective downwards prevented. This is especially true if the shoe is tightened, because then an additional support of the Drawstrings on the instep are made, in the illustrated Example of the lace strips 13. The one Soccer shoe during a clamping shot on the front area 6 The sole 2 is exerted on the front tension band 3 by the rear drawstrings 4, 5 and the support element 10 added. This will cause the sole to bend downwards largely prevented. The foot is supported accordingly. In the case of a hiking shoe with a support structure as described A type of indentation of the central region 11 of the sole 2 becomes, for example when stepping on a stone, a root or the same way obstacle prevents that Support element 10 against the tensioned front 3 and the rear Drawstrings 4, 5 are supported. The shoe construction described is of course also suitable for athletics, bicycle, Basketball or similar sports shoes.

In Fig. 2 is a soccer shoe according to the sketch of FIG. 1 in Side view shown. The front drawstring 3 and the rear drawstrings 4, 5 consist of aramid fibers, in particular made of Kevlar® or carbon fibers. As a result, the drawstrings have high tensile strength and are also extremely low stretch. The strip-shaped shown in Fig. 2 Formation of the drawstrings arises from the fact that the drawstrings are woven with leather or the like shaft materials. Furthermore, the drawstrings 3, 4, 5 are sewn onto the shaft 1, which gives the shoe an overall attractive appearance.

The drawstrings 3, 4, 5 are in the embodiment of FIG. 2 not directly, but via two lace strips 13 connected with each other. The lace strips 13 are such reinforced over the shaft material that they have high tensile strength have and at the same time are very low stretch. The two lace strips 13 limit one in the instep area 8 of the shaft 1 formed lacing slot 12.

The front drawstring 3 is on both lace strips 13 the front, lower end attached. They might as well two lace strips 13 connected together at the front and that front drawstring in the area of this connection. The two rear drawstrings 4, 5 are also on the two Lace strips 13 attached.

The support member 10 can either without immediate attachment run through the lace hole strips 13 underneath them and continuously over the instep area of the shaft 1 extend; alternatively, the support element 10 is in a first and divided a second section. The first and second The section then extends from the central region 11 of FIG Sole 2 starting up to the associated lace hole strip 13 and are attached to this.

The attachment of the drawstrings 3, 4, 5 and that described Supporting element sections on the tie-bar strips 13 can be a technique known per se, for example by Gluing, sewing, riveting, welding, etc. The same applies to the Connection to the sole 2.

3 shows schematically that Basic structure consisting of the drawstrings 3, 4, 5 and the Support element 10 for stiffening a sole 2 downwards. The Presentation is of course purely schematic, because for adaptation to the foot is the knot where the drawstrings and the Support element converge longitudinally to form a Lace slit. This allows the support element 10 on the one hand and the sole 2 on the other hand defined instep opening of the shoe change and individually to the foot of the user to adjust. This also makes it possible to support the sole 2 adjust upwards.

Of course, others can within the scope of the invention Drawstrings and support elements are provided or their arrangement be modified. The basic structure described should, however be maintained in all cases. It is conceivable, for. B. the Arrangement of two parallel to each other or approximately V-shaped front drawstrings.

Likewise, it is possible to use one or more drawstrings 3, 4, 5 in whole or in part by equivalent, tensile and to replace relatively low-stretch materials or shaft sections, which are preferably an integral part of the shaft 1. In the shoe shown in FIG. 2, 7 is above the heel area the sole 2 is formed a heel cap 15 which with the Heel area 7 of the sole 2 is connected. The drawstrings 4, 5 can, if the heel cap 15 is accordingly firm or is rigid, instead of on the sole 2 just as well on the Heel cap 15 may be attached.

A toe cap can also be formed in a corresponding manner at the then the front end of the front drawstring is attached.

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  1. Sports shoe, in particular football boot, with
    an upper (1) which comprises an instep area (8),
    a sole (2) connected to the upper and
    tension strips (3, 4, 5) for stiffening,
    characterised in that
    at least one front tension strip (3) connects the front end of the sole at the front (6) to the upper (1), in that at least two rear tension strips (4, 5) connect the heel area (7) of the sole (2) to the upper (1), and in that the front tension strip (3) and the two rear tension strips (4, 5) act on the upper (1), in particular are connected to one another, in the instep area (8).
  2. Sports shoe according to claim 1, characterised in that the front tension strip (3) and the two rear tension strips (4, 5) can be tensioned against one another by a lace (9) or cord fastener disposed in particular in the instep area of the upper part.
  3. Sports shoe according to claim 1 or 2, characterised in that a supporting element (10) is provided essentially running transversely to the longitudinal extension of the shoe and acts at its two ends in the middle area (11) of the sole (2) and extends over the instep area (8) of the upper (1).
  4. Sports shoe according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterised in that the supporting element (10) is connected to the front tension strip (3) and the two rear tension strips (4, 5).
  5. Sports shoe according to one of the preceding claims, characterised in that in the instep area (8) the upper (1) exhibits a lace slit (12) which is bounded by two reinforced lace hole strips (13), and in that the lace hole strips (13) are connected to the front tension strip (3) and the two rear tension strips (4, 5).
  6. Sports shoe according to one of the preceding claims, characterised in that the lace hole strips (13) are connected to the supporting element (10) on both sides of the upper (1).
  7. Sports shoe according to one of the preceding claims, characterised in that the tension strips consist of aramide fibres, in particular of Kevlar®, or of carbon fibres.
  8. Sports shoe according to one of the preceding claims, characterised in that the tension strips are woven with leather or similar upper materials.
  9. Sports shoe according to claim 8, characterised in that the tension strips (3, 4, 5) are sewed into or onto the upper, or at least partially formed of equivalent, minimally stretchable upper portions.
  10. Sports shoe according to one or more of the preceding claims, characterised in that special tensioning means are associated with the tension strips (3, 4, 5) for mutual tensioning, in particular in the form of a lace acting on the tension strips (3, 4, 5) or of a cord fastener acting on the tension strips (3, 4, 5).
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