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JP2005245471A
JP2005245471A JP2004047166A JP2004047166A JP2005245471A JP 2005245471 A JP2005245471 A JP 2005245471A JP 2004047166 A JP2004047166 A JP 2004047166A JP 2004047166 A JP2004047166 A JP 2004047166A JP 2005245471 A JP2005245471 A JP 2005245471A
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Focusing on the weight of the soles when walking or exercising, the shoes that can have various functions that match the purpose of use by adopting the material made of the optimal material for the part where the weight of the insole is applied Provide an insole.
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In a shoe insole that is inserted into the inner bottom of the shoe and used, a function that matches the purpose of use in the area corresponding to the base ball part, the little finger ball part, the heel part, and the arch part of the base material 10 of the shoe insole A ball part member 20, a little ball part member 21, a heel part member 22, and an arch part member 23, each of which is configured by appropriately selecting a material having the above.
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The present invention focuses on the weight of the soles during walking and exercises that make complex movements, and in order to improve exercise performance, the center of gravity is smoothly moved to have a function that matches the purpose of use. It relates to insoles that can be used.

  Traditionally, shoe insoles have functions such as breathability, antibacterial, deodorant, shock absorption, comfortable fit, arch support, flex, rebound, among others, breathability, antibacterial, deodorant, shock absorption Such functions are emphasized.

  In addition, a shoe sole, a midsole attached to a shoe, and a cup insole have been proposed that employ a structure in which materials having different hardness or rigidity are partially arranged as shown below.

  For example, Japanese Utility Model Laid-Open No. 3-79704 discloses a shoe in which the hardness of the elastic body at the toe portion with which the toes of the insole are in contact is lower than the hardness of the elastic body at the stepping portion (Patent Document 1). ).

  Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2001-61509 discloses that an insole board is divided into a distal end portion mainly composed of a toe portion, an intermediate portion mainly composed of a stepping portion, a non-stepped portion and a proximal end portion mainly composed of a heel portion. Disclosed is an insole board split-type shoe sole structure in which the front end and the base end are formed from a relatively hard material and the middle is formed from a flexible material having a lower hardness. (Patent Document 2).

  Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2003-289903 has a soft elastic part and a second elastic part having higher bending rigidity than the soft elastic part, and the second elastic part covers a lower region of the foot's heel. A midsole and a cup insole disposed in the region are disclosed (Patent Document 3).

Japanese Utility Model Publication No. 3-79704 JP 2001-61509 A JP 2003-289903 A

  However, since the prior art disclosed in the prior art document does not have various functions depending on the purpose of use, the idea of improving exercise performance and selecting functions according to user needs It lacks itself. Further, even if it can cope with the movement of the center of gravity in the straight direction during walking or running, it cannot cope with the movement of the center of gravity in the lateral direction. In addition, there is no disclosure of subdividing a portion to which the weight of the sole including the support of the arch and the impact absorption of the buttock is subdivided and providing total support thereof.

Therefore, the present invention focuses on the weighting of the soles during walking or during exercise with complex movements, and the weight of the shoe insole is based on the idea of improving exercise performance and selecting functions according to the needs of the user. This part is divided into four areas corresponding to the thumb ball part, little finger ball part, buttocks part and arch part, and by adopting a member made of the most suitable material for them, the center of gravity can be moved smoothly for the purpose of use. An object of the present invention is to provide a shoe insole that can have a matching function.

In order to solve the above problems, the invention according to claim 1 is a lower surface of a base material on a side in contact with the inner bottom portion of the shoe in a shoe insole used by being inserted into the inner bottom portion of the shoe. A material having a function corresponding to a purpose of use having a thickness substantially matching the depth of each concave portion is formed in regions corresponding to the thumb ball portion, the little ball portion, the heel portion, and the arch portion, respectively. fixing a thenar portion member and the hypothenar section member and the heel member and the arch portion member configured appropriately selected and in a state of being fitted in the interior of each recess, and the member for the thenar portion The small finger ball member is cut into a shape that can be fitted to each other, the thumb ball member is made of a soft material having a hardness of 40 to 50 degrees, and the little finger ball member has a hardness of 60 Consists of hard materials up to 80 degrees, mainly for lateral movement of the center of gravity Rukoto is required basketball, tennis, volleyball, it was adopted a configuration suitable for sports such as soccer.

The invention according to claim 2 is a shoe insole that is inserted into and used in the inner bottom portion of a shoe, and is a lower surface of a base material that is in contact with the inner bottom portion of the shoe, and includes a thumb ball portion and a little finger ball portion. And a base formed by appropriately selecting a material having a thickness substantially equal to the depth of each of the recesses and a function matching the purpose of use. A finger ball member, a little finger ball member, a buttocks member, and an arch member are fixed in a state of being fitted inside each recess, and the thumb ball member and the little ball member are Cut into a shape that allows them to fit together, the thumb ball member is made of a hard material with a hardness of 60-80 degrees, and the little finger ball member is made of a soft material with a hardness of 40-50 degrees Walkin that needs to cope with the movement of the center of gravity in the straight direction , Mountain climbing, it had adopted a configuration suitable for sports such as a bicycle.

According to the first aspect of the present invention, the mother ball part member and the little finger ball part member having a thickness substantially equal to the depth of the recess are cut into a shape that can be fitted together, The finger ball member is made of a soft material with a hardness of 40-50 degrees, and the little finger ball member is made of a hard material with a hardness of 60-80 degrees. It becomes easy to move the center of gravity smoothly in the lateral direction. Thus, it becomes suitable for sports such as basketball, tennis, volleyball, soccer and the like that need to move in the lateral direction.

According to the second aspect of the present invention, the thumb ball member and the little finger ball member having a thickness substantially equal to the depth of the recess are cut into a shape that can be fitted together. The thumb ball member is composed of a hard material having a hardness of 60 to 80 degrees, and the little finger ball member is composed of a soft material having a hardness of 40 to 50 degrees. Since it does not sink more than necessary, it becomes easy to move the center of gravity smoothly in the straight direction. This makes it suitable for sports such as walking, mountain climbing, and bicycles that need to move in a straight line direction.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

  FIG. 1 is an explanatory view showing a lower surface of a base material of a shoe insole (for right foot) according to the present invention. FIG. 2 is an explanatory view showing a cross-sectional structure of a base material of a shoe insole (for right foot) according to the present invention.

  As shown in FIG.1 and FIG.2, the recessed part 11,12,13 is formed in the area | region equivalent to the toe ball part, the heel part, and the arch part of the lower surface of the base material 10 in the side which contact | connects the inner bottom part of shoes. .

  A thumb ball member 20 configured by appropriately selecting a material having a function that matches the purpose of use is fixed to the concave portion 11 in a state of being fitted into the concave portion 11. In addition, a little finger ball member 21 configured by appropriately selecting a material having a function that matches the purpose of use is fixed to the inside of the recess 11 in the little finger ball side of the recess 11. As shown in FIG. 2, it is preferable to adjust the depth of the concave portion 11 and the thicknesses of the thumb ball member 20 and the little finger ball member 21 to coincide with each other. Further, as shown in FIG. 1, the boundary portion where the thumb ball member 20 and the little finger ball member 21 are in contact is cut into a shape that can be fitted together.

  A collar member 22 configured by appropriately selecting a material having a function that matches the purpose of use is fixed to the recess 12 in a state of being fitted into the recess 12. As shown in FIG. 2, it is preferable to adjust the depth of the recess 12 and the thickness of the buttock member 22 in advance.

  An arch member 23 formed by appropriately selecting a material having a function matching the purpose of use is fixed to the recess 13 in a state of being fitted into the recess 13. As shown in FIG. 2, it is preferable to adjust the depth of the recess 13 and the thickness of the arch member 23 to coincide with each other. Further, as shown in FIG. 3, the arch member 23 has a shape that matches the arch shape of the arch portion of the base material 10. Further, the end 24 of the arch member 23 has an inclined shape, and the end 25 has an inwardly curved shape in which corners 26 and 27 located on both sides thereof protrude. Such a shape of the end portion 25 has an effect of suppressing and stabilizing the wobble on the left and right sides of the collar portion.

Here, although the example of the raw material of each member is demonstrated, a raw material is not limited to these.
Thumb ball member 20: Shock absorber (urethane-based material that is difficult to loosen)
Little finger ball member 21: Shock absorber (urethane-based material that is difficult to loosen)
Buttocks member 22: Shock absorbing material (urethane-resistant material)
Arch member 23: repulsive plastic material (nylon, etc.)
Shock absorber (urethane-based material that is difficult to loosen)
For the ball part member 20, the little ball part member 21, and the buttocks member 22, synthetic rubber or synthetic resin, which is particularly suitable for a material that is excellent in elasticity and hardly sags, is submerged during use. Is preferably restored to its original thickness. Further, the arch member 23 is preferably made of synthetic rubber or synthetic resin, and particularly suitable for a material that is excellent in repulsive force and hardly sags. . Specifically, various materials such as polyurethane, nylon, glass fiber, carbon-mixed resin, EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate) are used.

  In the said embodiment, although the recessed part 11, 12, 13 was formed in the lower surface of the base material 10 in detail, embodiment of this invention is not limited to this. In other words, a thumb ball portion that is configured by appropriately selecting a material having a function that matches the purpose of use in a region corresponding to the thumb ball portion, the little finger ball portion, the heel portion, and the arch portion of the base material 10 of the insole. What is necessary is just the structure which has the member 20, the little ball part member 21, the heel part member 22, and the arch part member 23, respectively. For example, after inserting the ball part member 20, the little ball part member 21, the heel part member 22, and the arch part member 23 processed into a predetermined shape into a shoe insole mold, It is conceivable to insert the dough into the same mold and form it integrally. It is also conceivable to provide a thumb ball member 20, a little finger ball member 21, a buttocks member 22, and an arch member 23 on the upper surface of the base 10 on the side in contact with the sole.

(Example 1) When the thumb ball member 20 is made of a soft material and the little finger ball member 21 is made of a hard material, the thumb ball sinks downward when kicking the foot, It becomes easy to move the center of gravity smoothly in the lateral direction. Thus, it becomes suitable for sports such as basketball, tennis, volleyball, soccer and the like that need to move in the lateral direction. Here, the soft material refers to a material that is very excellent in shock absorption and feels the sinking of the foot. The hard material refers to a material that has a repulsive force that does not put a burden on the foot and has a feeling of supporting the foot from below. As for the hardness of the soft material and the hard material, the hardness of the soft material is suitably 40 to 50 degrees on the scale of ASTM D2240 based on the ASTM (American Society For Testing and Materials). Yes. On the other hand, it is suitable that the hardness of the hard material is 60 to 80 degrees on the same scale. Therefore, the hardness difference between the soft material and the hard material is preferably at least 10 degrees or more on the same scale. A specific measuring instrument used for the scale is Pacific Transducer Corp. of the United States. Durometers / PTC (registered trademark) 400SERIES / Model411 / Type00.

(Embodiment 2) When the thumb ball member 20 is made of a hard material and the little ball member 21 is made of a soft material, the thumb ball sinks more than necessary when kicking the foot. Therefore, it is easy to move the center of gravity smoothly in the straight direction. This makes it suitable for sports such as walking, mountain climbing, and bicycles that need to move in a straight line direction. Here, the hard material refers to a material that has a repulsive force that does not place a burden on the foot and has a feeling of supporting the foot from below. Soft material is a material that is extremely shock-absorbing and feels sinking in the foot. As for the hardness of the soft material and the hard material, those within the respective hardness ranges can be selected as in the case of Example 1, but the hardness difference between the soft material and the hard material is at least 10 degrees or more on the same scale. Is preferred.

(Embodiment 3) The thumb ball member 20, the little finger ball member 21, and the buttocks member 22 are made of a shock absorbing material made of a material that is not easily squeezed such as urethane, and the arch member 23 is made of nylon or the like. When a soft material is used for the thumb ball member 20, the little ball member 21, and the buttocks member 22 when it is made of a repulsive plastic material or a urethane-based material such as urethane, Shock absorption corresponding to ball pain, little fingerball pain, and colic is possible. Further, when a hard material is used for the arch member 23, the support of the arch is strengthened, and the health of the foot can be maintained or improved. In addition, since it can be strung strongly when kicking the foot, it helps to improve exercise performance. Here, the soft material refers to a material that is very excellent in shock absorption and feels the sinking of the foot. The hard material refers to a material that has a repulsive force that does not put a burden on the foot and has a feeling of supporting the foot from below. When a soft material is used for the arch member 23, the support of the arch is weakened, and it is possible to maintain or improve the health of the foot without placing a burden on the foot. As for the hardness of the soft material and the hard material, those within the respective hardness ranges can be selected as in the case of Example 1, but materials having different hardnesses should be selected for the members 20, 21, 22, and 23, respectively. Thus, various functions that match the purpose of use can be provided. Further, as shown in FIG. 3, the arch member 23 has an arch so that a gap is formed between the inner bottom of the shoe. However, when the arch member 23 is appropriately bent during use, The foot arch support can be performed without impairing the exercise, and the performance of the exercise can be improved.

  4 to 9 are a front view, a rear view, a plan view, a bottom view, a right side view, and a left side view showing an example of a shoe insole (for right foot) according to the present invention. 10 to 15 are a front view, a rear view, a plan view, a bottom view, a right side view, and a left side view showing another example of a shoe insole (for right foot) according to the present invention. The main feature of the appearance of the shoe insole (for the right foot) is the lower surface of the base material of the shoe insole, which has been processed into a predetermined shape in the area corresponding to the thumb ball part, little finger ball part, buttocks part and arch part There is a thumb ball part member, a little ball part member, a buttocks member, and an arch member, and the heel member side end of the arch member has an inclined shape and its end is inward. It has a curved shape with corners protruding on both sides.

It is explanatory drawing which shows the base material lower surface of the shoe insole (for right feet) concerning this invention. It is explanatory drawing which shows the cross-sectional structure of the base material of the shoe insole (for right feet) concerning this invention. It is a perspective view which shows the external appearance of the member for the arch part fixed to the base material lower surface of the shoe insole (for right feet) concerning this invention. It is a front view which shows an example of the shoe insole (for right feet) concerning this invention. FIG. 5 is a rear view of the shoe insole (for right foot) shown in FIG. 4. FIG. 5 is a plan view (inside side) of the shoe insole (for right foot) shown in FIG. 4. FIG. 5 is a bottom view (outside side) of the shoe insole (for right foot) shown in FIG. 4. FIG. 5 is a right side view of the shoe insole (for right foot) shown in FIG. 4. FIG. 5 is a left side view of the shoe insole (for right foot) shown in FIG. 4. It is a front view which shows the other example of the shoe insole (for right feet) concerning this invention. FIG. 11 is a rear view of the shoe insole (for right foot) shown in FIG. 10. FIG. 11 is a plan view (inside side) of the shoe insole (for the right foot) shown in FIG. 10. It is a bottom view (outside side) of the shoe insole (for right foot) shown in FIG. FIG. 11 is a right side view of the shoe insole (for right foot) shown in FIG. 10. FIG. 11 is a left side view of the shoe insole (for right foot) shown in FIG. 10.

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10 Substrate 11, 12, 13 Recess
20 Member for the ball part 21 Member for the little ball part 22 Member for the buttocks 23 Member for the arch 24, 25 End part 26, 27 Corner part

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  1. In a shoe insole that is inserted into the inner bottom of a shoe and used, a function that matches the purpose of use in a region corresponding to a mother ball part, a little finger ball part, a heel part, and an arch part of the base material of the shoe insole A shoe insole characterized by comprising a ball part member, a little ball part member, a buttocks part member, and an arch part member, each of which is configured by appropriately selecting a material having the above.
  2. In a shoe insole used by being inserted into the inner bottom portion of a shoe, it corresponds to the lower surface of the base material on the side in contact with the inner bottom portion of the shoe and corresponds to the thumb ball portion, the little finger ball portion, the heel portion, and the arch portion Each concave portion is formed by forming a concave portion in each region and appropriately selecting a material having a function that matches the purpose of use, and a ball portion member, a little ball portion member, a heel portion member, and an arch portion member. Shoe insole, characterized by being fixed inside.
  3. The shoe insole according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the thumb ball member is made of a soft material, and the little finger ball member is made of a hard material.
  4. The insole according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the thumb ball part member is made of a hard material, and the little finger ball part member is made of a soft material.
  5. The thumb ball member, the little finger ball member, and the buttocks member are made of a synthetic rubber or synthetic resin that is excellent in elasticity and hardly sag, and the arch member is made of synthetic rubber or The insole according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the insole is made of a synthetic resin that is excellent in resilience and difficult to sag.
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