JP2002142804A - Shoe with two step insole - Google Patents

Shoe with two step insole

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JP2002142804A
JP2002142804A JP2000384487A JP2000384487A JP2002142804A JP 2002142804 A JP2002142804 A JP 2002142804A JP 2000384487 A JP2000384487 A JP 2000384487A JP 2000384487 A JP2000384487 A JP 2000384487A JP 2002142804 A JP2002142804 A JP 2002142804A
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Akihiko Ikeda
暁彦 池田
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Abstract

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a shoe which can prevent tightening of the toe part, a structural defect of a shoe, by enabling five toes to evenly move in walking to promote the toe function. SOLUTION: The toe part of this shoe is made into an underground room structure to widen a space for the toe part. Individual rooms are equipped for five toes in the underground room. The root part of a toe is put in the corner of a difference between the under ground room and the sole to enable five toes to repeatedly kick up to promote the toe function.

Description

【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、靴の構造を改良
し、既存靴の欠陥である靴を着用中に発生する足に対す
る圧迫や締め付けを緩和し、足の障害発生を防ぐ機能構
造をした靴に関する。
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention has a functional structure that improves the structure of shoes, relieves pressure and tightening on the foot that occurs during wearing of the shoe, which is a defect of existing shoes, and prevents the occurrence of foot failure. Regarding shoes.

【0002】[0002]

【従来の技術】従来の靴の構造は、数百年来変わってい
ない。西洋で開発された靴は、そのままの構造で現在ま
で外国でも日本でも製造され使用されている。この靴の
欠陥は足の形状と靴の形状が適合していないことであ
る。特に足の指部は、先広がりになっているが靴の爪先
部は逆に細くなっている。靴を履くと足の指部は締め付
けられ、親指(第1指)は外反し、小指(第5指)は内
反し、他の指は圧迫を受けて機能していない。又裸足の
歩行は五本の指を平均して使っているが、靴を着用した
場合は親指と小指だけで蹴りあげていて、足の裏は湾曲
し前足部には圧力がかかっていない。この現象は人差し
指(第2指)と中指(第3指)と薬指(第4指)は閉塞
状態になっていて、指部は血行不良となり、靭帯は弛緩
し、指は変形し、足の疲労は増大し、足の障害が多く発
生している。これは足の形状と靴の形状が合わないのに
無理して足を靴に合わせる結果であり、構造的欠陥であ
る。
2. Description of the Related Art The structure of conventional shoes has not changed for hundreds of years. Shoes developed in the West have been manufactured and used in foreign countries and Japan until now, with the same structure. The defect of this shoe is that the shape of the foot and the shape of the shoe do not match. In particular, the toes of the toes are widened, but the toes of the shoes are conversely thin. When the shoes are put on, the toes are tightened, the thumb (first finger) is everted, the little finger (fifth finger) is inverted, and the other fingers are under pressure and not functioning. In addition, walking barefoot uses five fingers on average, but when wearing shoes, kicking up with only the thumb and little finger, the soles of the feet are curved, and pressure is not applied to the forefoot. This phenomenon is because the index finger (second finger), middle finger (third finger), and third finger (fourth finger) are in a closed state, the finger part has poor blood circulation, the ligaments relax, the fingers are deformed, and the toes are deformed. Fatigue is increasing and foot disorders are common. This is a result of a structural defect due to the fact that the shape of the foot does not match the shape of the shoe and the foot is forced to fit the shoe.

【0003】[0003]

【発明が解決しようとする課題】従来の靴は、足の保護
を無視した靴が多く、足は靴の犠牲になり様々な障害や
不快感を受けながら靴を着用している。足の健康と保護
を重視した靴にするには、足の締め付けや圧迫や衝撃が
少ない靴が求められ、足がリラックスするのは、靴を脱
いだ素足の状態である。課題は、素足感覚で履ける靴が
求められる。
Many conventional shoes ignore the protection of their feet, and wear their shoes at the expense of their shoes and suffering from various obstacles and discomfort. For shoes that emphasize the health and protection of the foot, shoes that require less tightening, compression and impact are required, and the feet are relaxed when bare shoes are removed. The challenge is to have shoes that can be worn with barefoot feeling.

【0004】靴が原因で足の障害が多く発生している。
その障害のほとんどは、足の指周辺部に発生している。
靴を履いている時の足の指部は、高温多湿で通気は悪
く、指は靴下で覆い束ねられている。このような状態
で、歩行時は指を屈曲させながら親指と小指で蹴り上げ
る運動を繰り返しているので、指部に圧迫や摩擦が集中
し疲労や障害の原因になっている。課題は指の閉塞感を
無くし、指を開放的にして障害が発生しにくい靴の構造
にすることである。
[0004] Shoes often cause foot disorders.
Most of the disorders occur around the toes.
When wearing shoes, the toes of the toes are hot and humid and have poor ventilation, and the fingers are covered with socks. In such a state, when walking, the movement of kicking up with the thumb and the little finger while bending the finger is repeated, so that pressure and friction are concentrated on the finger portion, causing fatigue and disability. An object of the present invention is to provide a shoe structure in which a feeling of obstruction of a finger is eliminated and a finger is opened so that an obstacle is hardly generated.

【0005】現在幼児健康学で問題になっているのは、
子供の足の発育不良である。原因は足の運動不足と裸足
の生活時間が短いためだと言われている。子供の足の発
育は、土踏まずの形成と指の開閉機能が強化され正常な
骨格が形成されることである。幼稚園など教育現場から
は、子供の歩行や姿勢や敏捷性や体のバランスの悪化が
指摘され、その原因は足の発育不良と言われている。日
本古来の和装履物を履いていた時代はこのような問題は
発生していなかったと言われている。現在一部の幼稚園
で草鞋保育が行われ足の発育に効果がでていると発表さ
れている。しかし日常の履物は靴に移行していて一般に
普及するのは無理がある。課題は和装履物の機能を靴機
能に導入することである。
At present, the problem in infant health science is that
The child has poor growth. It is said that the cause is due to lack of exercise of the feet and short life time of barefoot. The development of a child's foot is the formation of a normal skeleton by enhancing the formation of the arch and the ability to open and close the fingers. Educational sites such as kindergartens point out that children have poor walking, posture, agility and poor body balance, and this is said to be caused by poor leg growth. It is said that such problems did not occur during the days of wearing traditional Japanese kimono. It has been reported that some kindergartens are currently raising shoes and are effective in developing their feet. However, everyday footwear is shifting to shoes, and it is impossible to spread it to the general public. The challenge is to introduce the function of Japanese footwear into shoe function.

【0006】現在働く女性が多くなり、靴を履く時間も
増え、足の疲労や障害で悩む人が増えている。職場では
動作や姿勢や履物など規制が多い。特に女性は、座業や
立業の仕事が多く、長時間同じ姿勢で足を拘束している
ので、足の疲労が原因で扁平足や外反母趾や足冷えなど
の障害が多く発生している。又女性靴は男性靴に比べ
て、軽薄短小にできているので、足の圧迫や衝撃が大き
く負荷も大きい。課題は足が疲れにくい、職場環境に適
した、職場靴の開発が求められる。
At present, more women are working, more time is required to wear shoes, and more and more people are suffering from foot fatigue and disability. In the workplace, there are many regulations such as movement, posture and footwear. In particular, women often perform sitting and standing jobs and restrain their feet in the same posture for a long time. Therefore, many fatigue disorders such as flat feet, hallux valgus and cold feet have occurred. Also, since women's shoes are made lighter, thinner and smaller than men's shoes, the pressure and impact on the feet are greater and the load is greater. The challenge is to develop workplace shoes that are hard to get tired and suitable for the work environment.

【0007】21世紀の日本は、高齢実年者が増えるこ
とが予想される。高齢者の一番の関心事は健康である。
特に足の老化は、外出や運動を妨げ、心身の老化を速め
ることになる。散歩や買い物など歩く習慣を日課とする
足の訓練が必要になるが、外出時の不安は、つまずき転
倒である。現在実年者用として特別の機能を備えた靴は
ない。課題は実年者の歩行機能の衰えを靴の機能で補う
ことである。
In the 21st century Japan, it is expected that the number of elderly people will increase. The primary concern of the elderly is health.
In particular, aging of the feet impedes going out and exercising, and accelerates aging of the mind and body. It is necessary to train the feet, which is a daily routine of walking and shopping, but when going out, anxiety is stumbling and falling. There are currently no shoes with special features for the elderly. The challenge is to compensate for the declining walking ability of the elderly by the function of shoes.

【0008】[0008]

【課題を解決するための手段】素足感覚で靴が履けるよ
うにするには、先ず五本の指が自由に動き、靴の圧迫を
受けない構造にすることである。その手段として靴の爪
先部に地下室を設け、指が動く空間を広くする。指空間
を広くすることで、歩行時の靴の圧迫も少なくなり、素
足の状態と同じく指が開放的になり、靴着用の不快感も
減少する。
Means for Solving the Problems In order to be able to wear shoes with barefoot feeling, first, a structure in which five fingers move freely and are not pressed by shoes is adopted. As a measure, a basement is provided at the toe of the shoe to increase the space in which the fingers can move. By increasing the finger space, the pressure of the shoes during walking is reduced, the fingers are open as in the bare foot condition, and the discomfort of wearing the shoes is reduced.

【0009】障害が発生しにくい靴は、障害発生の一番
の原因である靴の構造欠陥を改良することである。その
構造欠陥は、足指が締め付けられ閉塞状態で靴を着用す
ることである。解決手段として、靴の爪先部の地下室に
指の個室を設け、五本の指が各々の独立した部屋に位置
し、指の締め付けや変形を排除し、五本の指が平均して
動く指機能にする。この改良でこれまでの靴の圧迫や摩
擦も少なくなり、障害の発生も減少する。又靴下の改良
も必要であり、五本の指が独立して機能できるように、
五本指股つき靴下を着用する。
[0009] A shoe that is less likely to cause a fault is to improve the structural defect of the shoe, which is the leading cause of the fault. The structural deficiency is wearing shoes with the toes tightened and obstructed. As a solution, a finger private room is provided in the basement of the toe of the shoe, five fingers are located in each independent room, eliminating finger tightening and deformation, five fingers move on average Function. This improvement reduces the pressure and friction of traditional shoes and reduces the occurrence of obstacles. Also, socks need to be improved, so that five fingers can function independently,
Wear socks with five fingers.

【0010】子供の足の発育不良の問題は、成人になっ
ても同じ問題を抱えている。その原因を運動不足とされ
ているが、それだけでなく履物によるところが大きい。
足の発育不良で一番に指摘されているのは、土踏まずの
未形成である。和装履物を使用していた時はこのような
問題はなかった。それは和装履物には鼻緒がついてい
て、指を使用しないと歩けないので、自然に指、足、脚
の発達に良い効果を及ぼし、土踏まずの形成を促進させ
ていた。現状の問題点を解決するには、現在履物として
使用されている靴に和装履物の機能を応用するこであ
る。その手段として靴の爪先部に作った地下室の段差を
応用し、歩行時に指の付け根部を段差の角に挟み引んで
歩くことにより、指の開閉機能が活発になり、和装履物
の鼻緒と同じ役目を果たし、土踏まずの形成を促進させ
る。
[0010] The problem of poor growth of children's feet has the same problem even in adulthood. It is said that the cause is lack of exercise, but not only that but also due to footwear.
The most pointed point about poor growth of the feet is the lack of arch formation. There was no such problem when using Japanese footwear. It had a thong attached to Japanese clothing and could not walk without the use of fingers, which naturally had a positive effect on the development of fingers, feet and legs, and promoted the formation of arches. In order to solve the current problem, the function of Japanese footwear is applied to shoes currently used as footwear. As a means of applying this, a step in the basement made on the toe of the shoe is applied, and the foot opening and closing function is activated by walking with the base of the finger sandwiched between the corners of the step when walking, and it is the same as the thong of Japanese clothing It plays a role and promotes arch formation.

【0011】働く女性の足の障害問題を解決するには、
長時間靴を履き続けている職場靴の改良が必要である。
女性の足の障害で多いのは、足の疲労、足冷え、外反母
趾である。職場での、立業による足の疲労、座業での足
冷え、靴の締め付けによる外反母祉、いずれも靴の構造
と仕事の姿勢が関係している。靴での解決手段として
は、障害の発生原因になっている靴の締め付け、圧迫、
衝撃、を減少させる靴の構造にすることである。靴のつ
ま先部の空間を地下室構造で広くして靴の締め付けを緩
和し、指の変形を防止するため指が収まる個室を設けた
靴構造にする。
[0011] In order to solve the problem of foot disorders in working women,
Work shoes that have been worn for a long time need to be improved.
The most common disorders in female feet are foot fatigue, cold feet, and hallux valgus. At work, foot fatigue due to standing, cold feet during sitting, valgus by tightening shoes are all related to the structure of the shoes and the attitude of the work. Solutions for shoes include tightening, compressing,
The structure of the shoe is to reduce the impact. A shoe structure having a private room for accommodating a finger in order to ease the tightening of the shoe and prevent deformation of the finger by increasing the space of the toe portion of the shoe with a basement structure.

【0012】高齢者実年者の健康は社会問題としても重
視されている。健康には運動が大事であり、運動するに
は足が丈夫でなければならない。しかし実年者の老化は
足から始まると言われているように足が弱くなると、つ
まずきや転倒が多くなり外出が不安になる。日本古来の
草履や草鞋は、実年者でも転倒の不安は少なく、仕事履
きとしても使用されていた。足の指に力を入れて歩くこ
とは、体を安定して支えることになり、指の機能も発達
し老化防止になっていた。実年者用の靴は、爪先部に地
下室を設けるので段差ができ、足指はこの段差部で開閉
機能を施すので和装履物の鼻緒と同じ役目をして、歩く
とき指に力が入り、体の安定を保ち、転倒を防止する。
[0012] The health of the elderly and the elderly is also regarded as a social problem. Exercise is important for good health and your feet must be strong to exercise. However, the aging of real people, as it is said, starts with the feet, and when the feet are weak, stumbling and falling often increase, making it difficult to go out. Traditional Japanese sandals and shoes were used as work shoes even by young people with little fear of falling. Walking with emphasis on the toes led to stable support of the body, the function of the fingers was developed, and aging was prevented. In the shoes for the elderly, there is a basement on the toe, so there is a step, and the toes perform the opening and closing function at this step, so they act like the thongs of Japanese footwear, and the power enters the fingers when walking, Maintains body stability and prevents falls.

【0013】[0013]

【発明の実施の形態】発明の実施の形態を図面を参照し
て説明する。図1において、靴が与えるている足の影響
分布を表す。足裏のAゾーンは靴の締め付けが大きく、
Bゾーンは靴底からの衝撃が大きく、Cゾーンは筋肉疲
労が大きく、Dゾーンは耐圧が大きい。現在障害が多く
発生しているのは、Aゾーンである。
Embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In FIG. 1, the distribution of the influence of the foot on the shoe is shown. In the A zone of the sole, the tightening of shoes is large,
The B zone has a large impact from the sole, the C zone has a large muscle fatigue, and the D zone has a high pressure resistance. The zone where the most failures are currently occurring is in the A zone.

【0014】図2において、中底の2の部分に段差を設
け、1の点線部分を一段低くした地下室構造とする。図
1のAゾーンの足裏指部が地下室に収まるようにする。
In FIG. 2, a step is provided at a portion 2 at the midsole, and a basement structure in which a portion indicated by a dotted line 1 is lowered by one step. The sole portion of the zone A in FIG. 1 is set in the basement.

【0015】図3において、図2の1の部分に4個の突
起を設け、足の五本の指が一本一本個別に収まる個室を
設ける。
In FIG. 3, four projections are provided at a portion 1 in FIG. 2, and a private room is provided in which five fingers of a foot can be individually accommodated.

【0016】図4において、足裏が中底に接する状態を
示し、指の付け根部が中底の地下室に下がる段差部に接
し、屈曲している状態を示す。
FIG. 4 shows a state in which the sole touches the midsole, and a state in which the base of the finger touches a stepped portion descending to the basement of the midsole and is bent.

【0017】[0017]

【発明の効果】本発明は、以上説明したように構成され
ているので、以下に記載されるような効果を奏する。
Since the present invention is configured as described above, it has the following effects.

【0018】靴底の爪先部を地下室構造にすることによ
り、足の指部が収まる空間が広くなり、指の締め付けが
少なくなり、指部の血流も良くなり、精神的不快感も緩
和される。
The basement structure of the toe of the sole increases the space in which the toes can be accommodated, reduces the tightening of the fingers, improves the blood flow of the toes, and alleviates mental discomfort. You.

【0019】靴底の爪先部に段差を設けることにより、
指の付け根部の関節が段差に掛かり歩行時の蹴り上げ動
作で指に加重が掛かり、指の開閉機能が増大し、歩行の
バランス感覚が良くなり、和装履物の鼻緒の役目を有す
る。
By providing a step on the toe of the shoe sole,
The joint at the base of the finger hangs on a step, and a weight is applied to the finger by a kick-up operation during walking, increasing the opening and closing function of the finger, improving the sense of balance of walking, and has the role of a thong of Japanese clothing.

【0020】靴底の地下室部に五本の指が個別に入る個
室を設けることにより、指の第2指第3指第4指の締め
付けがなくなり、第1指の外反や第5指の内反も防ぎ、
裸足と同じように五本の指が平均して可動するようにな
る。
By providing a private room in which five fingers can individually enter in the basement portion of the shoe sole, the second finger, third finger, and fourth finger of the finger are not tightened, and the valgus of the first finger and the fifth finger are not tightened. Prevent varus,
Five fingers move on average, just like bare feet.

【0021】足裏二段構造の靴は、現在一部の幼稚園で
実施され効果がある言われている草鞋保育と同様に、足
指の開閉機能が強化され、土踏まずの形成を促進し、足
の正常な発育を促す。
[0021] The two-stage structure of the sole of the foot is enhanced in the function of opening and closing the toe, promoting the formation of the arch, and is similar to the so-called nursery shoes, which are currently practiced and effective in some kindergartens. Promotes normal development of

【0022】足裏二段構造の靴は、働く女性が足の障害
で悩んでいる、足の疲労、外反母祉の原因である足指の
締め付けや圧迫による血行不良や靭帯弛緩が少なくな
り、足の障害予防効果が期待できる。
Shoes with a two-stage sole structure are less likely to cause working women suffering from foot disorders, poor blood circulation and loosening of ligaments due to toe tightening and compression, which are causes of foot fatigue and valgus. , Can be expected to prevent foot disorders.

【図面の簡単な説明】[Brief description of the drawings]

【図1】足裏の機能分布図である。FIG. 1 is a functional distribution diagram of a sole.

【図2】靴中底部の爪先地下室構造図である。FIG. 2 is a structural diagram of a toe basement in a shoe midsole;

【図3】靴中底部の爪先地下室に設ける個室構造図であ
る。
FIG. 3 is a structural diagram of a private room provided in a toe basement at the midsole portion of the shoe.

【図4】靴中底の側面から見た足裏接地図である。FIG. 4 is a foot contact diagram as viewed from the side of the midsole of the shoe.

【符号の説明】[Explanation of symbols]

A、B、C、D、足裏 1、8、 中底地下室 2、9、 中底段差部 3、10、中底 4、5、6、7、指個室区切り A, B, C, D, soles 1, 8, midsole basement 2, 9, midsole step 3, 10, midsole 4, 5, 6, 7, finger compartment

Claims (1)

【特許請求の範囲】[Claims] 【請求項1】靴の中底指先部に段差を設けた地下室構造
とし、足の五本の指は地下室に収まり、地下室は五本の
指が一本一本個別に収まる分割個室を設け、又は親指だ
けを個室とし、他の四本の指は一緒に収まる部屋を設け
た靴。
1. A basement structure in which a step is provided at the midsole fingertip portion of a shoe, wherein five fingers of a foot are accommodated in a basement, and the basement is provided with a divided private room in which five fingers are individually accommodated, Or a shoe with a room where only the thumb can be used as a private room and the other four fingers can fit together.
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