JP2006055571A - Apparatus for tightening top of foot in leisure sports boot fixing heel to sole - Google Patents

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JP2006055571A
JP2006055571A JP2004264251A JP2004264251A JP2006055571A JP 2006055571 A JP2006055571 A JP 2006055571A JP 2004264251 A JP2004264251 A JP 2004264251A JP 2004264251 A JP2004264251 A JP 2004264251A JP 2006055571 A JP2006055571 A JP 2006055571A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C11/00Other fastenings specially adapted for shoes
    • A43C11/16Fastenings secured by wire, bolts, or the like
    • A43C11/165Fastenings secured by wire, bolts, or the like characterised by a spool, reel or pulley for winding up cables, laces or straps by rotation
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B5/00Footwear for sporting purposes
    • A43B5/04Ski boots; Similar boots
    • A43B5/0401Snowboard boots
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B5/00Footwear for sporting purposes
    • A43B5/04Ski boots; Similar boots
    • A43B5/0427Ski boots; Similar boots characterised by type or construction details
    • A43B5/0435Adjustment of the boot to the foot
    • A43B5/0443Adjustment of the boot to the foot to the instep of the foot, e.g. metatarsals; Metatarsal clamping devices
    • A43B5/0445Adjustment of the boot to the foot to the instep of the foot, e.g. metatarsals; Metatarsal clamping devices directly actuated by non flexible means, e.g. screws, levers
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B5/00Footwear for sporting purposes
    • A43B5/04Ski boots; Similar boots
    • A43B5/0427Ski boots; Similar boots characterised by type or construction details
    • A43B5/0435Adjustment of the boot to the foot
    • A43B5/0443Adjustment of the boot to the foot to the instep of the foot, e.g. metatarsals; Metatarsal clamping devices
    • A43B5/0447Adjustment of the boot to the foot to the instep of the foot, e.g. metatarsals; Metatarsal clamping devices actuated by flexible means, e.g. cables, straps
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C11/00Other fastenings specially adapted for shoes
    • A43C11/14Clamp fastenings, e.g. strap fastenings; Clamp-buckle fastenings; Fastenings with toggle levers
    • A43C11/1493Strap fastenings having hook and loop-type fastening elements
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C11/00Other fastenings specially adapted for shoes
    • A43C11/16Fastenings secured by wire, bolts, or the like

Abstract

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To freely take a posture desired by a user, reduce a load applied to a foot and a calf muscle even when the user tilts a body forward, and transmit a desired technique to a toe with high accuracy. Provided is an instep tightening device for a leisure sports shoe in which a heel is fixed to a sole so that the shoe can be worn.
The present invention provides a boot sole, a boot upper edge at the upper end of the boot, a boot upper extending between the sole and the boot upper edge, and an inner side of the boot upper edge. In the boots for leisure sports, which are made up of a zippered zigzag between the boot upper rim and the boot upper rim, the shoe is placed inside the upper instep protective upper A foot clamping base that presses toward the bottom, a wire that passes through the instep tightening base and tightens the instep tightening base toward the instep to secure the heel in close contact with the sole, and a wire A wire fixing device connected to both ends of the wire for selectively tightening or releasing the wire.
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Description

  The present invention relates to an instep tightening device for a foot for a leisure sport shoe to fix a heel to a shoe sole, and more particularly, the speed or In snowboards where the direction can be adjusted, especially when the foot is arbitrarily moved in the boot, the edge adjustment cannot be performed well, so the upper part of the ankle in the boot can be maintained so that the foot and the boot can be held closely. The present invention relates to an instep tightening device that makes it possible to tighten a fixing band to be fixed.

  The popularity of snowboarding has been increasing every year and has recently become widespread as a leisure sport. In addition, as the popularity of leisure sports increases, there is a demand for equipment for advanced operations.

  FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a boot mounted on a snowboard. A binder 30 is used on the snowboard 10 to detach the boot 20.

  That is, the boot 20 is removed from the snowboard 10 when carrying it at the ski resort and carried, while the boot 20 is mounted on the snowboard 10 again when riding on the snowboard 10 again. In this case, the binder 30 is used.

  In particular, the binder 30 made of a band that is fixed on the snowboard 10 in a pair and binds the boot is assembled with a frame 32 that is fixedly formed on the snowboard 10, as shown in FIG. The back support 34 covers the heel of the boot 20, the frame 32, and a plurality of bands 36 and 38 coupled to the back support 34 so as to be extended, coupled and separable.

  That is, the heel of the boot 20 is worn on the frame 32 while being in close contact with the back support 34, and in this state, the plurality of bands 36, 38 are expanded or contracted or extended by the coupling of the attachment / detachment tool 40. Thus, the boot 20 is combined on the snowboard 10.

  In addition, in order to enjoy the snowboard 10, the liner 50 is worn on top of each other to protect the ankle before the boot 20 is worn. The liner 50 is put on and a string (not shown) of the liner 50 is tightened to hold the liner 50 and the foot closely.

  As described above, in order to effectively enjoy the snowboard 10, a string (not shown) is tightened in a state where the liner 50 that protects the upper ankle is worn and worn to prevent play between the foot and the liner 50, and The boots 20 are put on and worn while the liner 50 is worn, and the fastening strap 60 is tightened to bring the foot, the liner 50 and the boot into close contact. Then, when the boot 20 is attached to the snowboard 10 with the binder 30, the foot, the liner 50, the binder 30, the boot 20, and the snowboard 10 are tightly coupled together so that the rider can enjoy the snowboard ride as desired by the rider.

  However, when you ride on the snowboard 10 and slide down the slope of the snow, you will not only get on the snowboard 10 with just one posture, but also change your direction and increase your speed. . In particular, when trying to increase the speed while minimizing the resistance, the snowboard 10 is slid down on the snow surface while maintaining a certain angle in front of or behind the rider. The load will be applied intensively to the person.

  When the rider leans back and tilts one end of the snowboard 10 to test the rear or heel rotation, a supporter can be provided on the calf region to reduce the muscle burden, but conversely, the front or toe When tilting the other end of the snowboard 10 in an attempt to rotate the side, the heel will move away from the bottom of the boot 20 as shown in FIG. 2b, and the snowboard 10 will not tilt to the front of the rider as desired, as shown in FIG. A considerable burden is imposed on

  In particular, when the heel is separated from the sole and play occurs between the heel and the boot sole, it is a considerable disadvantage in a free-type posture where a high degree of force is required for the ankle and foot, such as rapid rotation, It is difficult to implement various and advanced technologies.

  If only the muscles of the ankles and calves are used intensively, there is a possibility that even an injury may occur, and there is a problem that a serious accident may occur when facing a dangerous situation.

  In addition, the above-described problems may occur when enjoying golf, mountain climbing, in-line skating, or the like.

  Golf swings with its feet fixed to the ground and moves only at the waist and shoulders, and if both feet move away from the ground or move, it is difficult to take a stable posture. In particular, in the case of an amateur, if a person inadvertently applies a force in the toe direction and swings, the heel cannot move away from the sole of the golf shoe and take a stable posture.

  The same applies to mountaineering shoes. No matter how fast the climbing shoelaces are tightened, the heels are separated from the soles when climbing the slope, which places a burden on the instep and ankle area.

  The present invention has been invented to solve the above-mentioned problems of the prior art, and the object of the present invention is to allow a user to freely take a posture desired by the user in front of the user. For leisure sports where the feet and boots are held tightly even when tilting, reducing the load on the ankles and calf muscles and transmitting the desired skill to the toes with high precision to the toes An object of the present invention is to provide an instep tightening device for a shoe.

According to the features of the present invention for achieving the above-mentioned object, etc., the present invention includes a sole that forms the bottom of the boot, and a boot upper edge that forms the upper end of the boot and has a front surface that is substantially U-shaped. A boot upper consisting of an outer upper that extends between the sole and the boot upper and forms an appearance; and an inner upper that contacts the foot; and the substantially U-shaped boot upper In the boots for leisure sports, which are composed of an instep protective upper shell provided on the inner side of the foot and a zipper that connects the boot upper skin edge zigzag on the outer side of the upper instep protective upper shell,
An instep tightening base that is provided inside the instep protective upper skin and presses the instep toward the sole, and passes through the instep tightening base, and the instep tightening base is It consists of a wire that is tightened toward the instep and fixed so that the heel is brought into close contact with the sole, and a wire fixing device that is connected to both ends of the wire and selectively tightens or releases the wire.

  The bottom of the boot is provided with a pair of shoe bottom holes penetrating the left and right sides, and a pair of holes are provided on the inner shell subcutaneous end and the rear of the boot, respectively. The four holes are formed so that the wire passing through the four holes is provided with a wire fixing device, the wire passes through the lower end hole and the rear hole, and the lower end hole A wire passing through the rear hole pulls the instep tightening base.

  The wire fixing device includes a circular inner plate and a circular outer plate that rotates relative to the inner plate, and a plurality of rotating gears are provided inside the inner plate, and the outer plate is When rotating in the direction, the wire is pulled into the inner plate to tighten the wire, and when the outer plate is pulled to the outside of the inner plate, the rotation gear is released and the wire is unwound.

  It is preferable that a tube is further provided on the outside of the wire in order to minimize the frictional resistance of the wire.

According to another aspect of the present invention, the present invention includes a sole that forms the bottom of the boot, a boot upper edge that forms an upper end of the boot and has a substantially U-shaped front surface, and the shoe sole and the boot upper. A boot upper shell including an outer upper shell that extends between the outer edge and forms an appearance; an inner upper shell that is in close contact with the foot; and a foot that is provided inside the substantially U-shaped boot upper edge. In a leisure sports boot composed of a zipper that connects the boot upper edge to the zigzag on the outside of the upper instep protective upper
One side is fixed to the ends of the shoe soles on both sides, and the other side is made of a set of band fixing portions having ring members and a predetermined length, the intermediate one side passes through the ring member, and both ends are It is slidable to the outside of the boot shell through the boot upper edge, and is provided so that the strap can pass through both ends, and is pulled outward when the strap is pulled. It consists of a moving compression band.

  One side of the band fixing portion may be fixed to an end of the lower step portion of the boot upper.

According to still another aspect of the present invention, the present invention provides a sole that forms the bottom of a boot, a boot upper edge that forms an upper end of the boot and has a substantially U-shaped front surface, and the sole and the boot upper. A boot upper shell comprising an outer upper shell that extends between the outer edge and forms an appearance; an inner upper shell that is in close contact with the foot; and a foot provided on the inner side of the substantially U-shaped boot upper edge. In the boots for leisure sports composed of an instep protective upper and a lace that connects the boot upper edge to the zigzag on the outside of the upper instep protective upper,
One end is fixed to the end of the sole, the other end penetrates the boot upper edge and slides to the outside of the boot upper, and one end is the other side sole The other end has an annular ring shape, and a connecting ring member through which the instep compression band passes through the ring, an end portion of the instep compression band of the foot, and a central one side Each coupling member is provided. The coupling member is preferably a set of velcro tapes.

  One end of the instep compression band may be fixed to the edge of the lower end portion of the one-side boot upper.

  According to still another aspect of the present invention, the present invention provides a boot comprising a shoe sole and an upper, and is provided on the outer side of the upper, and the instep tightening band for pressing the upper of the foot toward the sole. And a wire that passes through the instep tightening band and tightens the instep tightening band toward the instep and securely fixes the heel to the sole, and is connected to both ends of the wire, The wire fixing device selectively tightens or releases the wire.

  It is desirable that the instep tightening band is provided inside the upper shell.

  According to the instep tightening device in the leisure sports shoe for fixing the heel according to the present invention having the above-described configuration to the sole, there is an advantage that the edge adjusting ability is improved.

  Hereinafter, a preferred embodiment of an instep tightening device in a leisure sport shoe for fixing a heel according to the present invention to the sole will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

    FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a boot mounted on a snowboard and an instep tightening device according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 4 shows a boot for fixing a heel according to the present invention to a shoe sole. The configuration is shown in a partially cut side view. 5 and 6 show a partially cut perspective view of the structure of the boot for fixing the heel according to the present invention to the sole of the shoe. Further, FIGS. 7a and 7b are diagrams showing the structure of the change in the fixed state between the boot and the heel when the edge is adjusted according to the present invention.

  These drawings represent a snowboard boot according to the present invention. The size and shape of the snowboard boot 100 are determined by a specific binding system. Here, a boot having a general shape will be described as an example.

  As shown in the drawings, a snowboard boot 100 is coupled to a binder 104 and attached to the surface of a snowboard 102 partially shown in the drawing.

  The boot 100 is provided with a shoe sole 110 and a boot upper edge 120 at the upper and lower parts, respectively, and a boot upper 130 extends from the sole 110 to the boot upper edge 120. The boot upper 130 is formed to safely cover the rider's feet and ankles.

  The boot upper 130 is made of real leather, synthetic leather, or vinyl, and is composed of an outer upper 132 that forms an appearance, and an inner upper 134 that is made of a soft fiber material and contacts a foot. A waterproof layer or a cushion layer may be further formed between the outer upper 132 and the inner upper 134.

  The boot upper 130 is firmly fixed to the rider's foot by a lace 140. At this time, a groove having a boot upper edge 120 as a boundary is formed in front of the boot upper 130 so that the boot upper edge 120 is substantially U-shaped when viewed from the front. The groove is provided with an instep protective upper shell 150 for protecting the instep when the fastening strap 140 is firmly tightened.

  The boot upper rim 120 is integrally formed with the boot 100 in the longitudinal direction of the boot 100, as shown in FIGS. 5 and 9, as shown in FIGS. 5 and 9. A plurality of interior holes 124 are formed through which the straps 140 can pass through the interior pulling portion 122 and extend to the outside.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 and 9, a pair of left and right exterior traction portions 126 are provided on the boot upper rim 120 corresponding to the ankle of the rider. A plurality of exterior holes 128 are formed in 126. A fastening string 140 passes through the interior hole 124 and the exterior hole 128, and the ankle can be more firmly fixed by tightening the fastening string 140.

  The strap 140 may be zigzag-shaped around the instep protective upper shell 150, and the strap 140 may be fixed through a fold. In addition, according to an embodiment of the present invention, as shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, a tightening string is tightened or released by a bore latching system 160.

  The bore latching system 160 includes a circular inner plate 162 attached to the instep protective upper shell 150 and a circular outer plate 164 that rotates relative to the inner plate 162. A plurality of rotation gears (not shown) are provided inside, and when the outer plate 164 is rotated in the clockwise direction, the fastening strap 140 is pulled inside the inner plate 162, and the boot 100 is Secure firmly.

  On the contrary, when the outer plate 164 is pulled outward with respect to the inner plate 162, the rotation gear (not shown) is prevented from rotating and reversely rotated, and the tightening cord 140 can be unwound.

  In addition to the instep protective upper shell 150 provided outside the boot 100, the present invention further includes an instep tightening portion 200 for tightening the instep of the user inside the boot 100.

  The instep tightening unit 200 is located on the instep of the rider's foot, and is connected to the instep tightening base 210 that presses the instep, and one side of the instep tightening base 210 to connect the foot. A wire 220 for pulling the upper clamping base 210 and a wire fixture 230 that is connected to both ends of the wire 220 and selectively releases the wire 220.

  The instep tightening base 210 has a size and a shape so as to substantially cover the instep of the rider. As shown in FIG. Holes 212 are provided, and the wires 220 are penetrated, or as shown in FIG. 6, the horizontal ends of the instep tightening base 210 are machined, and the wires 220 are passed inside the seam line 214. It has become so.

  Outside the tightening hole 212, the tightening hole 212 cannot be deformed by the wire 220, and an annular rivet 216 can be provided to firmly tighten the instep tightening base 210. The instep tightening base 210 may be made of synthetic vinyl such as leather or polyurethane, but is preferably made of silicone in order to easily protect the instep.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the sole 110 of the boot 100 is formed with a pair of right and left sole holes 240 penetrating left and right, and is formed on one side of the inner upper 134 adjacent to the sole 110. A pair of lower end holes 242 is provided on the left and right, a rear hole 244 is provided on the left and right behind the inner upper shell 134, and four upper end holes are formed on one upper side of the inner upper case 134. (246a to 246d) are formed. The upper end holes 246 c and 246 d are also formed in the outer upper 132.

  Accordingly, one side of the pair of wires 220 passing through the tightening hole 212 of the instep tightening base 210 passes through the lower end hole 242 and the other side passes through the rear hole 244, and the instep tightening of the instep Since the base 210 is provided with a constant inclination angle with respect to the shoe sole 110, the instep can be stably protected.

  Various tightening devices are used for the wire 220 penetrating the upper end holes 246c and 246d. However, the wire latching system 160 of the present invention can be easily used for tightening and releasing.

  As shown in FIG. 4, a tube 222 may be provided between the outer upper 132 and the inner upper 134 where the wire 220 is provided so that the wire 220 can move smoothly therein. The tube 222 serves to protect the boot upper 130 from the wire 220, and has an effect of minimizing frictional resistance when the wire 220 is slid inside.

  In addition, providing the wire fixture 230 at one upper end of the boot upper 130 is provided with the binder 104 at the lower end of the side surface of the boot 100, and the rider can easily operate the wire fixture 230. It is provided on the side.

  Accordingly, since various binder structures and shapes are determined depending on the specific binding system, it is difficult to determine where the binder 104 is provided on the side surface of the boot 100. Therefore, the position of the wire fixture 230 can be changed accordingly. . In addition, a plurality of seating portions of magnetic wire fixtures may be provided on the side of the boot 100 so that the position of the wire fixture 230 can be freely changed according to various structures and shapes of the binder 104.

  Hereinafter, the operation of the instep tightening device of the shoe for leisure sports for fixing the heel to the shoe sole according to the embodiment of the present invention having the previously operated configuration will be briefly described.

  First, when the rider puts on the boot using the bore latching system, the liner 106 is put on first and the liner 106 is firmly fastened to the foot with a string. Alternatively, the liner 106 is first inserted into the boot 100 before the foot is taken into the liner 106.

  With the liner 106 on, the boots 100 are put on top and the outer plate 164 of the bore latching system 160 is rotated clockwise to pull the lace 140.

  Next, the instep tightening portion 200 is fixed to the ankle using the wire fixing tool 230. For this purpose, the rider rotates the wire fixture 230 clockwise, and the wire 220 is wound toward the inside of the wire fixture 230 and pulled toward the wire fixture 230 side.

  When the wire 220 is pulled toward the wire fixture 230 side, the wire 220 passing through the lower end hole 242 and the rear hole 244 is further tightened, and at the same time, the instep tightening base 210 pushes the instep of the rider into the sole 110. By pressing closely toward the side, even when the rider adjusts the edge of the snowboard 102 forward, the heel does not leave the shoe sole as shown in FIGS.

  FIG. 8 is a partial cutaway perspective view showing a configuration of a foot instep tightening device for fixing a heel to a shoe sole according to another embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 9 shows a heel according to another embodiment of the present invention. The configuration of the boot for fixing the shoe to the sole is shown as a perspective view.

  According to another embodiment of the present invention, the exterior traction portion formed on the boot upper rim 120 is not fixed to the boot 100 and is slidably provided inside and outside the boot 100.

  The instep tightening portion 300 according to another embodiment of the present invention is a pair of band fixing portions 310 fixed to the sole 110 and is slid outside the boot 100 while being supported by the band fixing portions 310. And a moving band unit 320.

  One side of the band fixing part 310 is fixed to the inside of the shoe sole 110 or the inner upper 134, and the other side of the band fixing part 310 is provided with a ring member 312, and exterior pulling is provided at both ends of the moving band part 320. The outer traction portion 126 is projected and slid to the outside of the boot 100, and is provided with a portion 126, which is manufactured to a predetermined length and passes through the ring member 312 of the band fixing portion 310.

  The exterior pulling portion 126 is formed with an exterior hole 128 on the inner side so that the fastening string 140 can pass therethrough.

  Hereinafter, the operation of the instep tightening device in a leisure sport shoe for fixing a heel to the sole according to another embodiment of the present invention having the above-described configuration will be briefly described with reference to the accompanying drawings.

  The strap 140 is pulled using the bore latching system 160. When the rider wears the liner 106 and then wears the boots 100 and rotates the outer plate 164 clockwise, the strap 140 is wrapped around the inside of the inner plate 162 of the bore latching system 160 while the two straps are tightened. 140 is pulled with the same tensile force.

  When the strap 140 passes through the exterior hole 128 of the exterior traction portion 126 and is pulled toward the exterior traction portion 126, the moving band portion 320 is slid outward.

  When the moving band portion 320 provided so as to pass through the ring member 312 slides outward, the ring member 312 of the pair of band fixing portions 310 is pulled toward the shoe sole 110 side, and the ring member 312 or the like is pulled. As the distance between them decreases, the moving band part 320 that has passed between the ring members 312 and the like reliably presses the ankle of the rider and firmly fixes the rider's heel to the shoe sole.

  FIG. 10 is a partially cutaway perspective view showing a configuration of a foot upper clamping device for fixing a heel to a shoe sole according to still another embodiment of the present invention.

  The instep tightening portion 400 according to still another embodiment of the present invention is fixed to the lower end of one side of the shoe sole 110 or the inner instep 134, and the instep compression band 410 having a predetermined length and the shoe sole 110 or A connecting ring member 420 that is fixed to the lower end of the other side of the inner upper skin 134, has an annular ring shape and through which the instep compression band 410 passes, and a coupling member 430 that fixes the instep compression band 410; Consists of.

  The coupling member 430 is a Velcro tape. A male velcro tape 432 and a female velcro tape 434 are provided at the end and central one side of the instep compression band 410, respectively, and the instep compression band 410 is fixed by the pair of male and female velcro tapes 430. The

  The pair of male and female Velcro tapes 432 and 434 are interchangeable. In this embodiment, Velcro tape is used for the coupling member 430, but this is not necessarily the case, and a slide fastener or a button may be used as long as the instep compression band 410 can be easily attached and detached.

  In addition, the instep tightening device for leisure sports shoes for fixing the heel to the sole can be applied not only to snowboard boots but also to mountain climbing shoes, in-line skates, golf shoes and the like.

  FIG. 11 and FIG. 12 are perspective views showing the configuration of the golf shoe and the instep tightening device for fixing the heel to the shoe sole according to the present invention. That is, as shown in FIG. 11, the instep fixing device is applied to a golf shoe.

  Referring to FIG. 11, the instep tightening unit 500 is located on the instep of the user and tightens the instep, and the instep compression band 510 is connected to the instep compression band 510. The wire 520 pulls the compression band 510, and the wire fixture 530 that is connected to both ends of the wire 520 and selectively releases the wire 520. A cushion member for protecting the instep can be provided inside the instep compression band 510.

  As described above, the present invention is not limited to the tightening strap provided on the front side of the boot and for adjusting the boot so that the snowboard edge adjustment which is adjusted by the weight movement and the movement of the foot up, down, left and right is effective. Cover the ankle with an instep tightening base that presses the instep so that the heel is fixed toward the sole, and selectively pulls the wire connected to the instep tightening base with a wire fixing device, It can be seen that the technical idea is a configuration in which the instep tightening base can be easily attached or detached by releasing the instep.

  As described above, within the scope of the basic technical idea of the present invention, various other modifications can be made to those having ordinary knowledge in the art. For example, without using another wire and a wire fixing device, the existing lace is used as it is, one side being fixed to both ends of the sole of the boot, and the other side being provided with a ring member. A pair of band fixing portions, which are manufactured with a predetermined length, one intermediate side passes through the ring member, and both ends penetrate the boot upper edge and are slidable outside the boot upper, Can be made of a moving compression band which is provided so as to be able to pass through both ends and is pulled outward when the lace is pulled.

  As described above, according to the configuration of the present invention, the following effects can be expected. First, by providing a fixing band to fix the ankle in the boot, and easily pulling the fixing band, it is possible to stably adjust the edge, and when sliding down the snow slope, it is highly advanced such as rapid rotation and skill It is expected that this technology can be implemented freely.

  In addition, since the heel can be securely fixed without leaving the sole, it is possible to minimize the burden on the ankle and calf muscles, and further improve the ability to cope with the situation in case of fear of injury or accident Can also be expected.

  Furthermore, there is also an effect that the user can reliably transmit the force and feeling to be transmitted to the toe without waste, and the user's technique can be exhibited.

The perspective view which shows the structure of the boot attached on the snowboard of a prior art. Partial incision side view showing changes in the state of fixation of the heel inside the boot during conventional edge adjustment Partial incision side view showing changes in the state of fixation of the heel inside the boot during conventional edge adjustment BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a configuration of a boot and a foot instep tightening device mounted on a snowboard according to an embodiment of the present invention. The partial incision side view which shows the structure of the boot which fixes the heel by this invention to a shoe sole The partial cutaway perspective view which shows the structure of the boot which fixes the heel by this invention to a shoe sole The partial cutaway perspective view which shows the structure of the boot which fixes the heel by this invention to a shoe sole The use state diagram showing the change of the fixed state of the boot and the heel during edge adjustment according to the present invention The use state diagram showing the change of the fixed state of the boot and the heel during edge adjustment according to the present invention The partial cutaway perspective view which shows the structure of the instep fastening device which fixes the heel to the shoe sole by other Examples of this invention. The perspective view which shows the structure of the boot which fixes the heel to the shoe sole by other Examples of this invention. The partial incision perspective view which shows the structure of the instep clamp | tightening apparatus which fixes the heel to the shoe sole by further another Example by this invention. The perspective view which shows the structure of the golf shoe which fixes the heel to a shoe sole by this invention, and a foot uppering apparatus The perspective view which shows the structure of the instep clamping device of the golf shoe which fixes the heel to a shoe sole by this invention

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 100 Boot 102 Snowboard 104 Binder 106 Liner 110 Shoe sole 120 Boot upper edge 122 Interior towing part 124 Interior hole 126 Exterior towing part 128 Exterior hole 130 Boot upper 132 Outer upper 134 Inner upper 140 Tight 150 Protection of instep Upper 160 Bore latching system 162 Inner plate 164 Outer plate 200, 300, 400 Instep tightening portion 210 Instep tightening base 212 Tightening hole 214 Seam line 216 Rivet 220 Wire 222 Tube 230 Wire fixing tool 240 Sole bottom hole 242 Lower end Hole 244 Back hole 246 Upper end hole 310 Band fixing part 320 Moving band part 410 Instep pressure band 420 Connecting ring member 430 Connecting member 432, 434 Velcro tape

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  1. A sole that forms the bottom of the boot, a boot upper edge that forms an upper end of the boot and has a substantially U-shaped front surface, and an outer side that extends between the shoe sole and the boot upper edge and forms an appearance A boot upper comprising an upper and an inner upper abutting against the foot; an instep protective upper provided on the inner edge of the substantially U-shaped boot upper; and an instep protective upper of the foot In a leisure sports boot composed of a lace that connects zigzag between the boot shell edges on the outside,
    An instep tightening base that is provided inside the instep protective upper skin and presses the instep toward the sole,
    A wire that passes through the instep tightening base, tightens the instep tightening base toward the instep, and fixes the heel close to the sole;
    An instep tightening device for a leisure sport shoe for fixing a heel to a shoe sole, comprising a wire fixing device connected to both ends of the wire to selectively pull or release the wire.
  2.   The bottom of the boot is provided with a pair of sole holes penetrating right and left, and the boot is provided with a pair of a lower end hole and a rear hole at the subcutaneous inner end and the rear side of the boot, respectively. Four holes are formed on one upper side of the skin, and a wire fixing device is provided on the wire passing through the four holes. The wire passes through the lower end hole and the rear hole, and the inside of the boot. The shoe for leisure sports according to claim 1, wherein a wire penetrating the lower hole and the rear hole is adapted to pull the instep tightening base. Instep tightening device.
  3.   The wire fixing device includes a circular inner plate and a circular outer plate that rotates relative to the inner plate. A plurality of rotating gears are provided in the inner plate, and the outer plate is rotated clockwise. The wire is pulled inside the inner plate when the wire is rotated to tighten the wire, and when the outer plate is pulled toward the outside of the inner plate, the rotation gear is released and the wire is unwound. An instep tightening device for a shoe for leisure sports, wherein the shoe according to Item 1 or 2 is fixed to a shoe sole.
  4.   The instep of the shoe for leisure sports according to claim 1 or 2, wherein a tube is further provided outside the wire to minimize the frictional resistance of the wire. Tightening device.
  5. A sole that forms the bottom of the boot, an upper end of the boot that forms the upper end of the boot, and a front face of the boot upper that is substantially U-shaped, and extends between the sole and the upper of the boot upper and forms an appearance. A boot upper made of an outer upper and an inner upper in close contact with the foot, an instep protective upper provided on the inner side of the substantially U-shaped boot upper, and an upper instep protective upper In a leisure sports boot composed of a lace that connects zigzag between the boot shell edges on the outside of
    One side is fixed to the ends of the shoe soles on the both sides, and the other side is a set of band fixing portions including ring members,
    The intermediate one side passes through the ring member, and both ends penetrate the boot upper edge and are slidable toward the outer side of the boot upper, and the fastening strap is connected to the both ends. An instep tightening device in a shoe for leisure sports, which is provided so as to be able to pass through and which fixes a heel composed of a moving compression band pulled outward when the tightening string is pulled to the shoe sole.
  6.   6. The instep tightening device for a shoe for leisure sports according to claim 5, wherein one side of the band fixing portion is fixed to an end of a lower step portion of the boot upper.
  7. A sole that forms the bottom of the boot, a boot upper edge that forms an upper end of the boot and has a substantially U-shaped front surface, and an outer upper that extends between the shoe sole and the boot upper edge and forms an appearance. A boot upper shell composed of a leather and an inner upper skin that is in close contact with the foot, an instep protective upper shell provided inside the substantially U-shaped boot upper edge, and an outer side of the upper upper protective shell In the boots for leisure sports composed of a lace that connects the boot upper skin edge in a zigzag manner,
    One end is fixed to the end of one shoe sole, and the other end penetrates the boot upper edge and slides toward the outside of the boot upper, and a foot compression band of a predetermined length;
    One end is fixed to the end of the other shoe sole, and the other end has an annular ring shape, and a connecting ring member through which the instep compression band of the foot passes the ring,
    An instep tightening device for a shoe for leisure sports in which a heel is fixed to a shoe sole, comprising a coupling member provided at each of an end portion and a central side of the instep compression band of the foot.
  8.   The instep tightening device for a shoe for leisure sports according to claim 7, wherein the coupling member is a pair of male and female velcro tapes.
  9.   9. The leisure sports shoe for fixing a heel to a shoe sole according to claim 7, wherein one end of the instep compression band of the foot is fixed to an end of a lower step portion of one side boot upper. Instep tightening device.
  10. In the boot formed by the sole and the upper,
    An instep tightening band that is provided on the outer side of the upper and presses the instep toward the sole;
    A wire that passes through the instep tightening band, tightens the instep tightening band toward the instep, and securely fixes the heel to the sole;
    An instep tightening device for a leisure sport shoe for fixing a heel to a shoe sole, comprising a wire fixing device connected to both ends of the wire to selectively tighten or release the wire.
  11.   The instep tightening device for a shoe for leisure sports according to claim 10, wherein the instep tightening band is provided inside the upper shell.
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