JP2001057901A - Out-sole divided structure of shoe sole - Google Patents

Out-sole divided structure of shoe sole

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JP2001057901A
JP2001057901A JP2000216742A JP2000216742A JP2001057901A JP 2001057901 A JP2001057901 A JP 2001057901A JP 2000216742 A JP2000216742 A JP 2000216742A JP 2000216742 A JP2000216742 A JP 2000216742A JP 2001057901 A JP2001057901 A JP 2001057901A
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洋一 井野
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To make a user less fatigued during being tired in walking, or the like, while allowing to exert motor functions and also to enhance conservation of shape by improving flexibility of the shoe sole laminated with a mid-sole and an out-sole. SOLUTION: The out-sole 4 (4a, 4b, 4c) laminated on the back of the mid-sole 3 is divided into three parts: a tiptoe out-sole 4a, trampling out-sole 4b disposed at the trampling part and an out-sole body 4c disposed at the foot-arch and heel part. A gap (x) is formed between the tiptoe out-sole 4a and trampling out-sole 4b while a gap (y) between the trampling out-sole 4b and the out-sole body 4c. Further, recessed grooves 3x and 3y are formed on the mid-sole 3 at portions corresponding to the gaps (x) and (y), respectively.

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【発明の詳細な説明】 DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

【0001】 [0001]

【発明の属する技術分野】本発明は、屈曲性に優れた靴底構造に関する。 The present invention relates to relates superior sole structure flexibility.

【0002】 [0002]

【従来の技術】従来、例えばアッパに靴底を貼り付けるような手造り靴において、例えばクッション性の良いE Conventionally, for example, in the handmade shoes, such as pasting the shoe sole to the upper, for example cushioned good E
VA材等のミッドソールと、耐磨耗性の良いゴム材等のアウトソールとをプレスで貼り合せたコンプレッションソールと呼ばれる靴底が使用されることがあり、このようなコンプレッションソールは、加工の容易性等のためミッドソールとアウトソールの接合面をフラットにし、 And midsole VA materials such as shoe soles, called the laminated compression sole and outsole such wear having good rubber material in the press may be used, such compression sole processing the bonding surface of the midsole and outsole flat for easiness,
爪先部から踵部にかけて全面が貼り合わせられることが多い。 It is often bonded over the entire surface toward the heel from the toe portion.

【0003】ところが、上記のような靴底の積層構造の場合、ミッドソールとアウトソールの積層構造により厚みが増して屈曲性が低下し、歩行等において歩きづらくなるとともに、特に足の運動機能を発揮させたい靴等の場合には柔軟性に欠くため、例えば実公平2−2312 [0003] However, in the case of the laminated structure of the shoe sole as described above, reduces the flexibility increased thickness of a laminated structure of midsole and outsole, it becomes difficult to walk in a walking or the like, in particular foot motor function due to the lack of flexibility in the case of shoes, such as you want to be exhibited, for example, the actual fair 2-2312
6号のような技術が知られており、この技術では、爪先部分の本底を軟質材による単層構造にし、爪先部分以外の箇所を硬質材と軟質材の二層構造にすることにより、 And techniques such as No. 6 are known, in this technique, by the outsole toe portion and a single-layer structure by soft material, the portions other than the toe portion to the two-layer structure of the hard material and soft material,
爪先部分の屈曲性を高めるようにしている。 And to increase the flexibility of the toe portion.

【0004】 [0004]

【発明が解決しようとする課題】ところが、上記のような技術の場合、爪先部分全体が柔軟性を帯びるようになって足の指先等に負担がかかり過ぎるようになり、例えば爪先で踏ん張るようなときや、爪先に瞬発的に大きな力が作用するようなときには、指の疲労等が大きくなり、しかも靴底が変形しやすくなる等の保形性の問題もあった。 The object of the invention is to be Solved However, in the case of technology, such as described above, so that the entire toe portion is tinged with flexibility would be too much of a burden on the fingertip or the like of the foot, such as, for example, stand firm in the toe or when, instantaneously large force to toe when such acts, fatigue and the like of the finger is increased, moreover soles were also shape retention problems such easily deformed.

【0005】そこで本発明は、ミッドソールとアウトソールを積層した靴底構造において、靴底の屈曲性を良好にして歩行時等に歩き易くするとともに、運動機能等を充分発揮できるようにし、また保形性の良い靴底構造を提供することを目的とする。 [0005] The present invention provides a sole structure formed by laminating midsole and outsole, as well as easier to walk during walking or the like by improving the flexibility of the sole, to allow sufficient exhibit the motor function and the like, also and to provide a good sole structure with shape retention.

【0006】 [0006]

【課題を解決するための手段】上記目的を達成するため本発明は、ミッドソールとアウトソールが積層される靴底構造において、アウトソールとして、爪先部と踏付け部の間、及び踏付け部と不踏部の間に隙間が形成されるよう前後方向に3分割するようにした。 SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION To achieve the above object the present invention provides a sole structure midsole and outsole are stacked, as the outsole, between the trampling portion toe, and squished portion and so divided into three in the longitudinal direction so that a gap is formed between the not step parts.

【0007】ここで、爪先部とは、主として指裏に対応する部位を指し、踏付け部とは、主として歩行時等に踏出し力が作用する足の指の付根部分(中足骨骨頭附近) [0007] Here, the toe portion, mainly refers to the portion corresponding to the finger back, and trampled part, mainly root portion (metatarsal bone head the vicinity of the toes that stepping force to walking or the like is applied )
に対応する部位を指し、爪先部と踏付け部の間とは、趾骨と中足骨の境目の関節附近が該当するが、少なくとも爪先部と踏付け部の間にアウトソールの隙間を設けるようにすれば、この隙間部分はミッドソールだけの厚みになって屈曲しやすくなり、また同部は歩行時等の足の屈曲部位に一致するため歩行等が円滑に行われるようになる。 It refers to a portion corresponding to, and between the trampling portion toe portion, the joint vicinity of the boundary between the metatarsal and phalanges corresponds, so providing a gap between the outsole during at least the toe part and trampled portion if, this gap portion is easily bent so the thickness of only the midsole, also the parts are so walking or the like is performed smoothly to match the bending portion of the foot during walking or the like.

【0008】また、この箇所以外に、踏付け部と不踏部の間にもアウトソールの隙間が形成されるようにすれば、靴底の屈曲性を一層良好に出来るとともに、屈曲部が一ヶ所に集中しないため屈曲時の応力分散が図られ、 [0008] In addition to this point, if such gaps outsole is also formed between the squished portion and the non-step parts, with possible bending of the sole to better, bent portion one stress distribution at the time of bending because it does not concentrate on the sites is achieved,
靴底の耐久性向上が図られる。 Improving the durability of the shoe sole can be achieved. 因みに、不踏部とは、主として足裏の土踏まずに該当する箇所を指す。 By the way, the non-step parts, refer to the location where mainly corresponding to the arch of the foot.

【0009】また請求項2では、ミッドソールの裏面のうちアウトソールの隙間に対応する部分に、凹溝を形成するようにした。 [0009] According to claim 2, a portion corresponding to the gap of the outsole of the rear surface of the midsole, and to form a groove.

【0010】ここで、ミッドソールの裏面とは、アウトソールが接合される接合面を指すが、このようにアウトソールの隙間部分に対応するミッドソールに凹溝を設ければ、同部の屈曲性を一層良好にすることが出来る。 [0010] Here, the back surface of the midsole, refers to a bonding surface of the outsole is joined, by providing the groove in midsole corresponding to the gap portion of the thus outsole, the bending of the department sex and can be made even better.
尚、このような凹溝は、例えばミッドソールの素材の特性や厚み等を勘案して所望の屈曲性が得られるようその形状や深さ等を定めるが、一般的に屈曲時の応力分散のため、溝の形状に直線交差部分を形成せず、丸みを帯びさせることが好ましい。 Incidentally, such a groove, for example in consideration of the material characteristics and thickness of the midsole such as determining the desired so that flexibility is obtained the shape and depth etc., but generally flexion stress dispersion Therefore, without forming a straight line intersection in the shape of the groove, it is preferable to form a round.

【0011】 [0011]

【発明の実施の形態】本発明の実施の形態について添付した図面に基づき説明する。 Based on the accompanying drawings for the embodiment of the embodiment of the present invention will be described. ここで図1は本発明に係る靴底構造を採用した靴の一例を示す説明図、図2は靴底を下方から見た図で(a)は底面図、(b)はアウトソールの配設部分等を明らかにする説明図、図3は靴底の側面図、図4は図2のA−A線断面図、図5は図2のB Here, FIG. 1 is an explanatory view showing an example of a shoe employing the shoe sole structure according to the present invention, FIG 2 is a view of the sole from below (a) is a bottom view, (b) the distribution of the outsole reveals illustration the provided portion, etc., FIG. 3 is a side view of the sole, Fig. 4 is a sectional view along line a-a of FIG. 2, FIG. 5 in FIG. 2 B
−B線断面図である。 It is -B line cross-sectional view.

【0012】本発明に係る靴底構造は、ミッドソールとアウトソールを積層した靴底において、靴底の屈曲性を高めることにより歩行時等に歩き易くし、また運動機能を充分発揮できるようにされるとともに、保形性も良好にされており、図1に示すような靴1の靴底2に適用されている。 [0012] Sole structure according to the present invention is a shoe sole formed by laminating midsole and outsole, to facilitate walk during walking and the like by increasing the flexibility of the sole, and as can be sufficiently exhibited motor function together with the shape retention has also been improved, which is applied to the sole 2 of the shoe 1 shown in FIG.

【0013】そして実施例の靴底2は、EVA材等のミッドソール3と、ゴム材等のアウトソール4がプレスで積層一体化されるコンプレッションソールと呼ばれる構造であり、手造り靴1の靴底2としてアッパ5に貼りつけられるようになっている。 [0013] The example sole 2 comprises a midsole 3 of EVA material such a structure outsole 4 of rubber material or the like is referred to as compression sole being laminated and integrated in the press, the sole handmade shoes 1 It is adapted to be attached to the upper 5 as 2.

【0014】ミッドソール3は、図2乃至図5に示すように、爪先部から踵部まで足裏のすべての部分を含むような形状にされ、周縁部の厚みが中間部に較べて厚肉にされて表面側に向けて盛り上がる形態にされるとともに、このミッドソール3の裏面側に積層されるアウトソール4は、爪先アウトソール4aと、踏付けアウトソール4bと、本体アウトソール4cに3分割され、爪先アウトソール4aは主として足の指裏に相当する部位に配設され、踏付けアウトソール4bは主として指の付根で歩行時等に蹴り出す部分に相当する部位に配設され、本体アウトソール4cは主として不踏部から踵部に相当する部位に配設されている。 [0014] The midsole 3, as shown in FIGS. 2 to 5, is the toe portion shaped to include all parts of the foot to the heel portion, the thick thickness of the peripheral portion compared with the middle portion while being in a form rises towards which the surface side is, the outsole 4 is laminated on the back side of the midsole 3, a toe outsole 4a, a treading outsole 4b, 3 to the main body outsole 4c is divided, toe outsole 4a is disposed at a portion mainly corresponding to the finger soles, trampling outsole 4b is disposed in a portion mainly corresponding to the portion where kicking at the base of the fingers during walking or the like, the main body outsole 4c is disposed at a portion corresponding to the heel portion mainly not tread portion.

【0015】そして分割された爪先アウトソール4aと踏付けアウトソール4bの間には、隙間xが形成され、 [0015] Then between the divided toe outsole 4a and trampled outsole 4b, the gap x is formed,
踏付けアウトソール4bと本体アウトソール4cの間にも隙間yが形成されている。 Clearance y also between trampling outsole 4b and the body outsole 4c is formed. またこの隙間x、y部分に対応して、ミッドソール3の裏面側には、凹溝3x、3 Also the clearance x, corresponding to the y portion, on the back side of the midsole 3, grooves 3x, 3
yが形成されており、この凹溝3x、3yの溝形状(溝と直角方向に切断した断面形状)は、直線交差部分がなく全体に丸みを帯びた形状にされている。 y is formed, the groove 3x, groove shape of 3y (the cross-sectional shape obtained by cutting the groove and perpendicular direction) is in a shape that the straight line intersection is rounded to whole without.

【0016】このため、爪先部と踏付け部の間は、隙間xと凹部3xのため靴底2全体の肉厚が薄くされて屈曲性が高められるとともに、踏付け部と不踏部の間も、隙間yと凹部3yによって肉厚が薄くされて屈曲性が高められている。 [0016] Therefore, between the trampling portion toe portion, together with flexibility is thinner overall thickness of the sole 2 for clearance x and recess 3x is increased, between squished portion and the non-step parts also, flexible wall thickness is thin is increased by the gap y and the recess 3y. そしてこのように爪先部と踏付け部の間の屈曲性を高めることにより、歩行時等に足の屈曲ポイントと靴底の屈曲ポイントが一致して疲れにくくなり、また運動性能を充分に発揮出来るようになり、しかも踏付け部と不踏部の間の屈曲性も良好なため、屈曲時の応力が一ヶ所に集中することなく分散され、耐久性も良好である。 And by this way increase the flexibility between the toe portion and trampled portion, the bending points of the bending point and the sole of the foot during walking or the like will hardly tired coincide, also can be sufficiently exhibited maneuverability becomes way, and since a better flexibility between squished portion and the non-step parts are dispersed without stress during flexing is concentrated in one place, the durability is also good. また、凹溝3x、3yの形状には丸みが形成されているため、屈曲時に応力が集中しにくく一層の耐久性向上が図られている。 Further, the groove 3x, since rounding the shape of 3y are formed, stress is hardly greater durability concentration is achieved at the time of bending. 更に、爪先部自体は比較的剛性が高いため指先等の保護が図られ、保形性も良好である。 Furthermore, toe portion itself relatively protected such as for high rigidity fingertip is achieved, shape retention is good.

【0017】因みに、実施例では、爪先アウトソール4 [0017] By the way, in the embodiment, the toe outsole 4
aと踏付けアウトソール4bの間の隙間xについては、 For the gap x between a and trampled outsole 4b,
中央部の間隔を広く両端部の間隔を狭くして意匠効果を高めると同時に、踏付けアウトソール4bの色彩を爪先アウトソール4aや本体アウトソール4cの色彩と異ならせ、靴底2底面のデザイン性の向上を図っている。 At the same time enhance the design effect by narrowing the interval between the wide two end portions of the spacing of the central portion, trampling the color of outsole 4b made different from the color of the toe outsole 4a and body outsole 4c, sole 2 bottom design so as to improve sexual.

【0018】また、実施例では、EVA材からなるミッドソール3の中央部付近の平均厚みmを7mm程度にし、凹溝3x、3yの深さnを2.5mm程度にすることで、概ね(m−n)/mが0.65程度になるようにするとともに、ゴム材からなるアウトソール4a、4 Further, in the embodiment, the average thickness m near the center of the midsole 3 consisting of EVA material to about 7 mm, the groove 3x, by the depth n of 3y about 2.5 mm, approximately ( with m-n) / m is made to be about 0.65, outsole 4a, 4 made of a rubber material
b、4cの平均厚みを概ね4mm程度にしている。 b, it is in generally 4mm about the average thickness of the 4c. また、前方の凹溝3xの間隔は、幅広部分を13mm程度、幅狭部分を5mm程度としており、後方の凹溝3y Further, the distance between the front of the groove 3x, 13 mm about the wide portion, which is about 5mm narrow portion, the rear of the groove 3y
の間隔は、概ね5mm程度の均一な間隔にしている。 The interval is generally a uniform spacing of about 5 mm.

【0019】尚、本発明は以上のような実施形態に限定されるものではない。 [0019] The present invention is not limited to the above embodiments. 本発明の特許請求の範囲に記載した事項と実質的に同一の構成を有し、同一の作用効果を奏するものは本発明の技術的範囲に属する。 Substantially the matters described in the claims of the present invention have the same configuration, which provides the same effects are within the scope of the present invention. 例えばミッドソール3やアウトソール4の材質等は任意であり、また本靴底構造は手造りの靴1に限定されるものではない。 For example material of the midsole 3 and the outsole 4 is arbitrary, and the sole structure is not limited to the shoe 1 handmade. また、凹溝3x、3yの寸法や隙間x、yの寸法等も任意である。 Further, the groove 3x, 3y dimensions and gap x, dimension of y like is also arbitrary.

【0020】 [0020]

【発明の効果】以上のように本発明に係る靴底構造は、 Sole structure according to the present invention as described above, according to the present invention is,
ミッドソールに積層されるアウトソールとして、爪先部と踏付け部の間、及び踏付け部と不踏部の間に隙間が形成されるよう前後方向に3分割するようにしたため、隙間部分はミッドソールだけの厚みになって屈曲しやすくなり、また同部は歩行時等の足の屈曲部分に一致するため歩行等が円滑に行われるようになると同時に、隙間を複数形成することで屈曲性を一層良好に出来、しかも屈曲時の応力分散が図られる。 As outsole stacked midsole, because you to 3 divided in the longitudinal direction so that between the trampling portion toe, and squished portion and the gap between the non-step parts are formed, a gap portion Mid easily bent is the thickness of only the sole, and at the same time when the parts are so walking or the like is performed smoothly to match the bent portion of the foot during walking or the like, a flexibility by forming a plurality of gaps It can be a better, yet stress distribution at the time of bending can be achieved. また請求項2のように、ミッドソールの裏面のうちアウトソールの隙間に対応する部分に凹溝を形成すれば、同部の屈曲性を一層良好にすることが出来て好適である。 Also, as claimed in claim 2, by forming the concave groove in a portion corresponding to the gap of the outsole of the rear surface of the midsole, it is preferable to be able to better bendability of the department.

【図面の簡単な説明】 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

【図1】本発明に係る靴底構造を採用した靴の一例を示す説明図 Explanatory view showing an example of a shoe employing the shoe sole structure according to the invention, FIG

【図2】靴底を下方から見た図で(a)は底面図、 [2] In view of the sole from below (a) is a bottom view,
(b)はアウトソールの配設部分等を明らかにするための説明図 (B) is an explanatory view to reveal arranged partial like outsole

【図3】靴底の側面図 FIG. 3 is a side view of the shoe sole

【図4】図2のA−A線断面図 [4] A-A line sectional view of FIG. 2

【図5】図2のB−B線断面図 [5] sectional view taken along line B-B of FIG. 2

【符号の説明】 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS

1…靴、2…靴底、3…ミッドソール、3x、3y…凹溝、4…アウトソール、4a…爪先アウトソール、4b 1 ... Shoes, 2 ... sole, 3 ... midsole, 3x, 3y ... groove, 4 ... outsole, 4a ... toe outsole, 4b
…踏付け部アウトソール、4c…本体アウトソール、 ... squished part outsole, 4c ... body outsole,
x、y…隙間。 x, y ... gap.

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    【特許請求の範囲】 [The claims]
  1. 【請求項1】 ミッドソールとアウトソールが積層される靴底構造であって、前記アウトソールは、爪先部と踏付け部の間、及び踏付け部と不踏部の間に隙間が形成されるよう前後方向に3分割されることを特徴とするアウトソール分割型の靴底構造。 1. A sole structure midsole and outsole are stacked, the outsole, a gap is formed between the between the trampling portion toe, and squished portion and the non-step parts outsole split sole structure, characterized in that it is divided into three parts so that the front-rear direction.
  2. 【請求項2】 請求項1に記載のアウトソール分割型の靴底構造において、前記ミッドソールの裏面のうちアウトソールの隙間に対応する部分には、凹溝が形成されることを特徴とするアウトソール分割型の靴底構造。 2. A outsole split sole structure according to claim 1, the portion corresponding to the gap of the outsole of the rear surface of the midsole, characterized in that the groove is formed outsole split type of shoe sole structure.
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