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JP2009299236A
JP2009299236A JP2008156404A JP2008156404A JP2009299236A JP 2009299236 A JP2009299236 A JP 2009299236A JP 2008156404 A JP2008156404 A JP 2008156404A JP 2008156404 A JP2008156404 A JP 2008156404A JP 2009299236 A JP2009299236 A JP 2009299236A
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Masato Fukiage
正人 吹上
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
    • A41B11/00Hosiery; Panti-hose
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
    • A41B11/00Hosiery; Panti-hose
    • A41B11/003Hosiery with intermediate sections of different elasticity

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An object of the present invention is to provide a sock capable of improving the exercise function by improving the tension force and the instantaneous force during running and walking.
SOLUTION: A cylindrical first heel holding portion 3 in a sock 1, a substantially ring-shaped heel locking portion 4, and a first connecting piece 5 connecting the first heel holding portion 3 and the heel locking portion 4. The slip prevention piece 6 and the toe covering portion 7 are referred to as a strong tension force portion 2 configured so that the tension force is stronger than other portions. As a result, when worn, the first heel of the foot held by the first heel holding portion 3 by the heel locking portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 is pulled from the rear side, and the other four Apply force to face in the opposite direction to the toes.
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Description

  The present invention relates to a sock, and more particularly to a sock that enhances motor function.

Conventionally, various socks with improved motor functions have been proposed. As a sock that enhances such motor function, for example, a tightening corresponding portion made of an elastic material is formed over the entire circumference in the circumferential direction from the back of the foot to the sole of the foot, which is ahead of the heel and reaches the base of the toe. The thing is proposed (patent document 1). In this way, the formation of an arch or the like of the foot arch is promoted, that is, the function of the soil arch or the like is supported, so that a comfortable state can be maintained with less fatigue.
JP 2002-69701 A

  However, in the thing of the said patent document 1, even if it can support functions, such as a soil arch, it makes it easy to put power on the 1st fence at the time of driving | running | working and a walk, and to make it easy to demonstrate a tension force and an instantaneous power. It does not mean that motor function can be enhanced.

  It is an object of the present invention to provide a sock that can easily exert a tension force or an instantaneous force during running or walking to enhance a motor function.

  This invention is proposed in view of the above situation, and solves the said subject by providing the sock which has the following characteristics. The invention according to claim 1 of the present application is a sock having a first heel insertion portion for receiving a first heel of a foot and a heel receiving portion for receiving a heel of the foot, and a part of the sock is a part of the sock. A strong tension force portion configured to be stronger than the other portions other than the portion is provided, and the strong tension force portion includes at least the first collar so as to hold the first collar. A first hook holding portion disposed on the hook, a hook locking portion disposed on the hook receiving portion so as to be locked to the hook, and the first hook holding portion and the hook locking portion. A sock comprising a connected first connecting piece.

  According to a second aspect of the present invention, the hook locking portion according to the first aspect is formed in a substantially ring shape or a substantially ring shape in which a part of the hook locking portion is not connected. The heel lower surface covering portion is provided so as to cover the heel lower surface, and the heel lower surface covering portion constitutes a part of the other portion.

  According to a third aspect of the present invention, the strong tension force portion according to the first or second aspect includes a displacement prevention piece for preventing the displacement of the first connecting piece in the circumferential direction of the foot, and the displacement prevention piece is The sock is arranged so as to be able to go around the foot and is connected to the first connecting piece.

  In the invention according to claim 4, the first connecting piece according to any one of claims 1 to 3 is formed in a band shape so as to cover an inner end of a foot, and the strong tension portion is A strip-shaped displacement preventing piece for preventing displacement of the first connecting piece in the circumferential direction of the foot is provided, and both ends in the longitudinal direction of the displacement preventing piece are respectively opposite in the width direction of the first connecting piece. The sock is characterized in that the middle part thereof is arranged so as to be able to go around the foot substantially.

  According to a fifth aspect of the present invention, the sock according to any one of the first to fourth aspects includes a fifth heel insertion portion for inserting a fifth heel of a foot, and the strong tension force portion includes the fifth heel. A fifth hook covering portion disposed substantially over the entire circumference or a part of the insertion portion; and a second connecting piece connecting the fifth hook covering portion and the hook locking portion. It is a featured sock.

  According to a sixth aspect of the present invention, the sock according to any one of the first to fifth aspects includes a second heel insertion portion for inserting a second heel, a third heel, a fourth heel, and a fifth heel, respectively. , A third hook insertion portion, a fourth hook insertion portion, and a fifth hook insertion portion, wherein the strong force portion is the whole or one of at least one of the second to fifth hook insertion portions. A sock characterized by comprising a toe covering portion that is disposed over substantially the entire circumference.

  According to the first aspect of the present invention, a portion of the sock is provided with the strong tension force portion configured so that the tension force is stronger than other portions other than the portion. The strong tension force portion is arranged at least in the first hook holding portion disposed in the first hook insertion portion so as to hold the first hook and in the hook receiving portion so as to be locked to the hook. It is provided with the provided hook locking part, and the 1st connection piece which connected the 1st hook holding part and the hook locking part.

  By doing so, when the first heel is held on the foot, the first heel held by the first heel holding portion is pulled from the rear side by the heel locking portion and the first connecting piece, and the other four toes are Force can be applied to face in the opposite direction. Thereby, it is possible to easily apply force to the first foot of the foot when walking or running. In particular, it is possible to easily apply force to the first heel of a person whose first heel is facing the outside of the other four toes.

  Therefore, it is possible to easily apply a greater strut force or instantaneous force to the foot during walking or running, and to improve the exercise function of the foot. It is also possible to correct hallux valgus.

  Also, at that time, the heel locking part can be locked to the heel, and even when the muscles of the soles are stretched or contracted during walking or running, the first heel holding part is always pulled from the heel and kept in the applied state. it can. Thereby, it can prevent that the function of a strong tension force part falls.

  According to claim 2, the hook locking part is formed in a substantially ring shape or a substantially ring shape in which a part of the hook locking part is not connected. Is provided. And the collar lower surface coating | coated part comprises some other parts, and is comprised so that tension | tensile_strength may become weaker than a collar locking part.

  By doing so, the lower surface of the heel of the foot can enter the inside of the heel locking portion, and the heel locking portion can be reliably locked to the rear surface of the foot.

  According to Claims 3 and 4, the strong tension force portion includes a slip prevention piece for preventing the slip of the first connecting piece in the circumferential direction of the foot, and the slip prevention piece substantially circulates the foot. It arrange | positions so that it may obtain and it is connected with the 1st connection piece.

  By doing so, it is possible to prevent the first connecting piece from shifting in the circumferential direction of the foot during walking or running, and the first heel holding portion is always opposite to the other four toes. It is possible to maintain a state where force can be applied so as to face the inside of the direction.

  According to claim 5, the strong force portion includes a fifth hook covering portion disposed over the entire circumference or a part of the fifth hook insertion portion, and the fifth hook covering portion and the hook locking portion. And a second connecting piece connected to each other.

  Thereby, when walking or running, it is possible to apply a force to the fifth hook covered with the fifth hook covering portion so as to face the outward direction opposite to the first hook. As a result, when walking or running, it is possible to apply a force so that the first foot of the foot faces inward. As a result, it is possible to further easily apply force to the first heel, and it is also possible to correct the varus minor.

  According to the sixth aspect of the present invention, the strong compression force portion includes a toe covering portion in which at least one whole or a part of the toe insertion portion is disposed over substantially the entire circumference. Thereby, in addition to the first heel of the foot, each of the second heel to the fifth heel can be tightened. Therefore, it is possible to give a feeling that it is easy to apply force during walking or running, and to make it easier to exert a strut force, an instantaneous force, and the like, and a further improvement in the exercise function of the foot can be expected.

  Hereinafter, the best mode for carrying out the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 is a plan view of a sock according to an embodiment of the present invention, FIG. 2 is a bottom view thereof, and FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the sock worn.

  The sock 1 of this embodiment is provided with a foot holder 11 on the rear side, like a general sock, so that a foot 100 (shown in FIG. 3) can be put on from the foot holder 11 and worn. ing. The sock 1 includes a heel receiving portion 19 that receives the heel lower surface, the heel side surface, and the heel rear surface of the heel of the foot.

  The sock 1 includes a first heel insertion portion 13 for inserting a first heel of the foot (a heel or a toe), and four toes for inserting each of the second to fifth heels. A slot 14 is provided.

  Specifically, the foot pad 14 includes a second pad 15 for inserting the second pad, a third pad 16 for inserting the third pad, a fourth pad 17 for inserting the fourth pad, It is composed of four parts including a fifth saddle insertion portion 18 for putting a goose (small toe or little toe).

  In addition, a part of the sock 1 of this embodiment is provided with a strong tension force portion 2 configured to have a greater tension than other parts other than the part. In this embodiment, the strong tension force part 2 includes a first hook holding part 3, a hook locking part 4, a first connecting piece 5 connecting the first hook holding part 3 and the hook locking part 4, It consists of a slip prevention piece 6 and a toe covering portion 7.

  In this embodiment, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the first rod holder 3 is formed of a cylindrical member that is disposed over the entire circumference except for the tip of the first rod holder 13. Has been. As a result, the first rod that covers and covers almost the entire portion can be held by the first rod holder 3.

  In this embodiment, the hook locking portion 4 is disposed in the hook receiving portion 19 as shown in FIG. 2, and is formed in a substantially ring shape. As shown in FIG. 3, the heel locking portion 4 can cover the front side of the heel rear surface 122 and the heel lower surface 123 from the left and right heel side surfaces 121 of the heel 120 of the foot 100.

  Note that the length L1 (shown in FIG. 2) from the heel locking portion 4 to the first heel holding portion 3 is set slightly shorter than the length from the heel rear surface 122 of the foot to the base of the base end portion of the first heel. Has been. As a result, when the sock 1 is worn and the heel locking portion 4 is locked to the heel rear surface 122, the heel locking portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 described later are extended, and the heel locking portion 4 and The first hook held by the first hook holding part 3 by the first connecting piece 5 described later is pulled from the rear side.

  Further, on the inner side (inner peripheral side) of the hook locking portion 4 in the hook receiving portion 19, a hook lower surface covering portion 41 that covers the lower surface 123 of the hook except for the front portion is provided. Further, the heel lower surface covering portion 41 constitutes a part of the other portion, and is formed so that the tightening force is weaker than that of the heel locking portion 4.

  The 1st connection piece 5 is formed in strip | belt shape in this embodiment. In this embodiment, the width of the first connecting piece 5 is such that it covers the upper, side and lower portions of the inner end of the foot. The width of the first connecting piece 5 is not limited to that in this form, and can be changed as appropriate. For example, the width is sufficient to cover one or two of the upper part, the side part, and the lower part of the inner end of the foot. But it ’s okay.

  In this embodiment, the footpad covering portion 7 is disposed over the entire circumference of the footpad portion 14 except for the tips of the second footwear portion 15 to the fifth footwear portion 18. In addition, it is composed of four cylindrical bodies, ie, a second hook covering portion 7a, a third hook covering portion 7b, a fourth hook covering portion 7c, and a fifth hook covering portion 7d.

  In this embodiment, the second hook covering portion 7a to the fifth hook covering portion 7d are connected to each other at the base end portion, and the second hook covering portion 7a and the first hook holding portion 3 are connected. Are connected at the proximal end.

  The slip prevention piece 6 is for preventing the first connecting piece 5 from shifting in the circumferential direction of the foot, and is formed in a band shape. One end of the longitudinal direction of the shift preventing piece 6 of this embodiment is connected to the upper part of the first connecting piece 5 at the substantially front and rear center. On the other hand, the other end in the longitudinal direction is connected to the lower part of the front and rear center of the first connecting piece 5.

  Further, the intermediate portion of the slip prevention piece 6 passes from the first connecting piece 5 to the back and outer ends of the first connecting piece 5 and from the outer end to the sole in a direction substantially perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the first connecting piece 5. It is extended to the 1st connection piece 5, and is arrange | positioned so that a leg can be circulated in the width direction.

  In the present embodiment, the first heel holding portion 3, the heel locking portion 4, the footpad covering portion 7, and the first connecting piece 5 that constitute the strong force portion 2 are 30 in 70 denier polyurethane. A four-ply yarn (SCY PU70d / NY30d) covered with denier nylon is used as a knitting structure of a knitted sheet (flat knitting).

  Further, the slip prevention piece 6 constituting the strong tension force portion 2 uses a 32nd single yarn (32/1 T / C) obtained by blending polyester and cotton as a front yarn, and 20 denier as a back yarn. A knitting structure of a rib knitting (rubber knitting) is formed using a yarn (SCY PU20d / NY70d) in which 70 denier nylon is covered with polyurethane.

  On the other hand, the other parts other than the first heel holding portion 3, the heel locking portion 4, the toe covering portion 7, the first connecting piece 5, and the slip prevention piece 6 are the same as the front and back threads of the slip prevention piece 6. It is considered as a knitting structure of Tenjiku (flat knitting) using yarn.

  In this way, by changing the thread and knitting method used for the other parts, the first heel holding part 3, the heel locking part 4, the toe covering part 7, and the first connecting piece 5 are changed. , It is formed into something more tense than the other parts.

  Further, the slip prevention piece 6 can be changed by changing the thread and knitting method used with respect to the first heel holding portion 3, the heel locking portion 4, the toe covering portion 7 and the first connecting piece 5. It is formed into something that is less tense. Further, the slip prevention piece 6 is formed to have a stronger pressing force than the other parts by changing the knitting method with respect to the other parts.

  By configuring as described above, when the sock 1 is put on the foot, the heel locking portion 4 is locked to the heel rear surface 122 in a state where the heel locking portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 are extended. Thus, the first heel held by the first heel holding portion 3 can be pulled from the rear side by the heel locking portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5, and in the opposite direction to the other four toes. A force can be applied so as to face the inner side (X direction in FIG. 1), and the first rod can be turned to the inner side.

  Further, at that time, the first rod holding portion 3, the rod locking portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 are made to have a stronger pressing force than the other portions, so that the first rod is directed inward. Can be maintained.

  Thereby, it is possible to easily apply force to the first foot of the foot when walking or running. Therefore, it is possible to apply a greater strut force, instantaneous force, etc. to the foot during walking or running, and to improve the exercise function of the foot. In particular, the first heel of a person whose first heel is facing outward in the direction of the other four toes can be made to face inward, and force can be easily applied to the first heel.

  At that time, since the heel locking portion 4 is locked to the heel rear surface, the first heel holding portion 3 is always pulled from the heel rear surface even when the muscles of the soles are stretched or contracted during walking or running. It can be maintained in a state where force can be applied.

  Moreover, the hook locking part 4 is formed in a substantially ring shape, and on the inner peripheral side thereof, the hook lower surface covering part 41 configured so that the tightening force is weaker than the hook locking part 4 is provided. The lower surface of the heel of the foot can easily enter the inner peripheral side of the heel locking portion 4, and the heel locking portion 4 can be reliably locked to the rear surface of the heel.

  Further, the slip prevention piece 6 can prevent the first connecting piece 5 from shifting in the circumferential direction of the foot during walking or running, and the first heel holding portion 3 is always connected to the other four pieces. Force can be applied to face in the opposite direction to the toes.

  Furthermore, the second to fifth toes of the foot can be tightened by the toe covering portion 7. More preferably, it is desirable to tighten the roots of the second to fifth rods. As a result, it is possible to give a sense that it is easy to apply force to each heel during walking and running, and to easily exert tension, instantaneous power, etc., and it can be expected to further improve the exercise function of the foot. .

  In addition, in the said embodiment, although the hook latching | locking part 4 is formed in the substantially ring shape, it is not restricted to the form formed in a substantially ring shape (a perfect ring shape is included), It can change suitably. For example, as shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the heel locking portion 4 is formed in a circular shape or an oval shape in almost the entire region of the heel receiving portion 19 to cover the heel lower surface, the heel side surface, and the heel rear surface of the foot heel. You may do it. Even in this way, the heel locking portion 4 can be locked to the heel of the foot. Furthermore, the hook locking portion 4 may be square.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment, only the 1st heel of a leg is turned inside by the 1st heel holding | maintenance part 3, the heel locking part 4, and the 1st connection piece 5, However, It is not restricted to the thing of this form For example, a force may be applied to the fifth base so that the fifth base is directed outward.

  Specifically, as shown in FIG. 6, it is assumed that a second connecting piece 8 that connects the fifth hook covering portion 7 d and the hook locking portion 4 is provided. By configuring in this way, when put on the foot, the fifth hook covered with the fifth hook covering part 7d is pulled from the rear side by the hook engaging part 4 and the second connecting piece 8 in the outward direction (see FIG. 6 in the Y direction).

  As a result, when walking or running, the first foot of the foot can be directed to the inside. As a result, it is possible to further easily apply force to the first heel, and it is also possible to correct the varus minor.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the toe cover part 7 is comprised from four of the 2nd cover part 7a-the 5th cover part 7d, it is not restricted to the thing of this form, The toe cover part 7 May be composed of any one or two or more of the second heel cover portion 7a to the fifth heel cover portion 7d, and can be appropriately changed.

  Further, the toe covering portion 7 may not be provided at all. In the case where the toe covering portion 7 is not provided at all, even if the toe insert portion 14 of the sock 1 does not have the shape having the second toe insert portion 15 to the fifth toe insert portion 18, A shape in which a fifth bowl can be inserted simultaneously may be used.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the 1st spear holding | maintenance part 3 is provided in a part of 1st scissor insertion part 13, it is not restricted to the thing of this form, for example, the 1st spear holding | maintenance part 3 is a 1st sprinkle insertion part 13 may be provided as a whole, and can be changed as appropriate. Further, the second hook covering portion 7a to the fifth hook covering portion 7d are not limited to those provided in a part of each of the second hook inserting portion 15 to the fifth hook covering portion 18; Any one or more of the portion 7a to the fifth hook covering portion 7d may be provided in the entirety of each of the second hook portion 15 to the fifth hook portion 18, and can be changed as appropriate.

  Further, when two or more toe covering portions 7 are provided, they may be connected to each other, but may be formed separately and independently without being connected, and can be changed as appropriate.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment, although only one slip prevention piece 6 is provided, you may provide not only the thing of this form but two or more. For example, as shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, a first shift preventing piece 61 having both ends connected to the front and rear centers of the first connecting piece 5 and a second shift having both ends connected to the hook locking portion 4. You may comprise from the prevention piece 62. FIG.

  By doing so, the first deviation preventing piece 61 can mainly prevent deviation of the first connecting piece 5 in the circumferential direction of the foot. On the other hand, the second displacement prevention piece 62 can prevent the displacement of the first connecting piece 5 with respect to the circumferential direction of the foot and, at the same time, can prevent the displacement of the foot locking portion 4 with respect to the foot.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the slip prevention piece 6 is made weaker than the 1st collar holding | maintenance part 3, the collar locking part 4, and the 1st connection piece 5, it is not restricted to the thing of this form. Can be changed as appropriate. For example, the slip prevention piece 6 may be formed to have the same urging force as the first hook holding part 3, the hook locking part 4, and the first connecting piece 5.

  However, if the tension force of the slip prevention piece 6 is the same as that of the first heel holding portion 3, the heel locking portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5, the first heel holding portion 3 holds the first heel holding portion 3 when worn. There is a possibility that the pulling force by the hook locking portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 applied to the hook will be smaller than when the tension force is weak. Therefore, it is preferable that the slip prevention piece 6 is weaker than the first hook holding part 3, the hook locking part 4, and the first connecting piece 5 as in the above embodiment.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the 1st heel holding | maintenance part 3, the heel latching | locking part 4, the toe cover part 7, and the 1st connection piece 5 are formed in the same magnitude | size, for example, those One or two or more may be different from the other in the magnitude of the tension.

  Further, all the portions other than the strong tension force portion 2 may be formed with the same tension force as in the above embodiment, but may be partially different. Further, the knitting structure is not limited to that of the above embodiment, and can be changed as appropriate.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the strong compression force part 2 and another part are making the whole part into the uniform knitting structure, it is not restricted to the thing of this form, It can change suitably. For example, the strong tension force portion 2 or other part is formed into a predetermined knitting using a predetermined yarn, and different yarns or different knitting methods, or different yarns and different knitting methods are mixed in the middle thereof. May be.

  More specifically, for example, the strong tension force portion 2 is made into a knitted yarn using the yarn (SCY PU70d / NY30d), and the single yarn (32/1 T / C) constituting the other portion in the middle thereof. And the above-described yarn (SCY PU20d / NY70d) may be used to provide a rib-knitted portion. Further, the range in which the different yarns or different knitting methods are mixed may be a range in which the tight force of the strong tight force portion 2 is stronger than the other portions.

  Furthermore, the strong tension force portion 2 is formed to be stronger than the other portion by changing either or both of the yarn used and the knitting method with respect to the other portion. Can be changed as appropriate.

  Alternatively, for example, a sock body having a substantially uniform tension force is formed by the same yarn and knitting method. And you may make it affix the sheet-like thing or fabric comprised from the synthetic resin etc. with stronger tension than the sock main body by sticking means, such as printing, adhesion | attachment, and sewing. Furthermore, a liquid synthetic resin may be printed on a part of the sock body to form a part having a strong tension force on the part.

  Further, the value of the urging force between the first heel holding part 3, the heel locking part 4 and the first connecting piece 5 is not particularly limited, and when the sock 1 is worn, Any tension force may be used as long as the first hook can be maintained in an inward state by the pulling force between the stopper 4 and the first connecting piece 5.

  In the above embodiment, the socks are configured to cover the ankles of the feet. However, the socks are not limited to this configuration, and may be, for example, covers that cover the knees of the feet, tights, stockings, pantyhose, etc. Can be changed as appropriate.

It is a top view of the sock of one embodiment of the present invention. It is a bottom view of the sock. It is a perspective view of the state which put on the socks. It is a bottom view of the sock of other embodiments. It is a perspective view of the state which wore socks of other embodiments. It is a bottom view of the sock of other embodiment. It is a top view of the sock of another another embodiment. It is a perspective view of the state which put on socks of other another embodiment.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Socks 2 Strong force part 3 1st heel holding part 4 heel locking part 5 1st connection piece 6 Slip prevention piece

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  1. A sock having a first heel case for receiving the first heel of the foot and a heel receiving portion for receiving the heel of the foot,
    A portion of the socks is provided with a strong tension portion configured to have a greater tension than other portions other than the portion,
    The strong tension force portion includes at least a first heel holding portion disposed in the first heel insertion portion so as to hold the first heel, and the heel receiving portion so as to be locked to the heel. A sock comprising: a heel locking portion disposed on the heel, and a first connecting piece connecting the first heel holding portion and the heel locking portion.
  2. The hook locking portion is formed in a substantially ring shape or a substantially ring shape in which a part is not connected,
    On the inside of the heel locking portion in the heel receiving portion, a heel lower surface covering portion that covers the heel lower surface is provided,
    The sock according to claim 1, wherein the heel lower surface covering portion constitutes a part of the other portion.
  3. The strong tension force portion includes a slip prevention piece for preventing the slip of the first connecting piece in the circumferential direction of the foot,
    The sock according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the slip prevention piece is arranged so as to be able to go around the foot and is connected to the first connecting piece.
  4. The first connecting piece is formed in a band shape and disposed so as to cover the inner end of the foot,
    The strong tension force portion includes a belt-shaped displacement prevention piece for preventing displacement of the first connection piece in the circumferential direction of the foot,
    The slip prevention pieces are arranged such that both ends in the longitudinal direction thereof are connected to both ends in the width direction of the first connection piece, and the intermediate portion thereof can substantially circulate around the foot. The sock as described in any one of Claims 1-3 characterized by these.
  5. The sock includes a fifth hook insertion portion for putting a fifth foot of the foot,
    The strong compression force portion is connected to the fifth hook covering portion disposed substantially over the entire circumference or a part of the fifth hook insertion portion, and the fifth hook covering portion and the hook locking portion. The sock according to claim 1, further comprising a second connecting piece.
  6. The sock comprises a second heel case, a third heel case, a fourth heel case, and a fifth heel case for inserting the second heel, third heel, fourth heel and fifth heel of the foot, respectively. And more,
    The strong compression force portion includes a toe covering portion in which at least one of the second to fifth hook insertion portions to the fifth hook insertion portion is disposed over substantially the entire circumference. The sock as described in any one of Claims 1-5.
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