JP2014200644A - Footwear and insole for footwear - Google Patents

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JP2014200644A
JP2014200644A JP2013087871A JP2013087871A JP2014200644A JP 2014200644 A JP2014200644 A JP 2014200644A JP 2013087871 A JP2013087871 A JP 2013087871A JP 2013087871 A JP2013087871 A JP 2013087871A JP 2014200644 A JP2014200644 A JP 2014200644A
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辰夫 斎藤
Tatsuo Saito
辰夫 斎藤
広子 内田
Hiroko Uchida
広子 内田
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有限会社内田販売システム
Uchida Hanbai System:Kk
辰夫 斎藤
Tatsuo Saito
辰夫 斎藤
広子 内田
Hiroko Uchida
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide footwear and an insole, allowing fast walking even if anybody irrespective of age or sex wears them, and not causing fatigue.SOLUTION: A face 5 holding a sole of footwear and an insole 1 for footwear is formed with a convex wall thickness portion 2 by which an arch comes into a state of being raised compared with usual and by which gaps can be formed between the face holding the sole, and a thenar eminence and a heel, in a portion corresponding to the arch. A cup-like heel holding part is formed from a heel side edge part of the wall thickness portion 2 to a portion corresponding to a heel C, and the middle of the convex wall thickness portion 2 is formed with a recess 4 having an arbitrary shape.

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  The present invention relates to footwear that can be walked quickly without getting tired, and an insole for footwear.

  There was a shoe insole where the part corresponding to the arch became a mountain shape.

  PR No. 62-77686

The content of the invention

Problems to be solved by the invention

  The shoe insole described in Patent Document 1 has a shape in which the arch portion has a mountain shape, and the inner part of the foot is high and the outer part is low.

  The present invention relates to footwear and an insole for footwear having a structure in which a finger ball and a heel can play while walking.

Means for solving the problem

  The footwear and the insole for footwear of the present invention according to claim 1, wherein a convex thick portion is formed in a portion corresponding to an arch on the surface holding the soles of the footwear and the insole for footwear. A cup-shaped heel holding portion is formed at a portion corresponding to the heel from the heel side edge portion of the cocoon.

  The footwear and the insole for footwear of the present invention according to claim 2 are characterized in that a recess having an arbitrary shape is formed in the middle of the convex thick portion.

Effect of the invention

  The footwear and the insole of the present invention according to claim 1 are in a state in which the arch is lifted more than usual by forming a convex thick portion in a portion corresponding to the arch of the surface holding the sole. A gap can be formed between the surface holding the sole and the toes and heels of the foot. By forming a gap between the surface holding the sole and the toes and heels, it is possible to walk while playing the toes and the toes, and it is possible to walk without burdening the ankle when walking. In addition, by playing the thumb ball and the heel, it is possible to suppress the vibration impact directly received from the ground, and exhibit an excellent effect of being able to walk fast without getting tired.

  The footwear and the insole of the present invention according to claim 2 can suppress pressure applied to the sole or feeling of pressure by forming an arbitrary depression in the convex thick portion. By forming depressions and holes in the thick part, the pressure applied from above can be diffused, removing the pressure and pressure applied to the arch during walking, and exhibiting the excellent effect of walking for a long time without fatigue To do.

  It is side surface sectional drawing of the footwear of the present invention, and an insole for footwear.   1 is a plan view of footwear and an insole for footwear of the present invention.   It is a perspective view of the 2nd Example of the footwear and the insole for footwear of this invention.   It is side surface sectional drawing of the 2nd Example of the footwear and the insole for footwear of this invention.   It is the sectional view on the AA 'line of the 2nd example of the footwear of the present invention and the insole for footwear.

  Hereinafter, the present invention is shown in the drawings. The embodiment will be described with reference to FIGS. However, the form for carrying out the following is described as an example of footwear and an insole for footwear of the present invention, and is not limited to the section of the drawings in this description.

  FIG. 1 is a side cross-sectional view in which footwear and an insole for footwear of the present invention are attached to a foot. It consists of footwear 1, a thick portion 2, grooves 3 and 3, a dent 4, a surface 5 for holding a sole, a fingertip a, a finger ball b, and a heel c. As shown in FIG. 1, when the footwear of the present invention and the insole for footwear are mounted and standing upright, it is formed so that a gap is formed between the surface 5 that holds the sole and the thumb ball b and the heel c. Yes. It is important that the footwear and the insole for footwear of the present invention are formed so that the arch is entirely placed on the thick portion 2.

  FIG. 2 is a plan view of a surface that holds the soles of footwear and an insole for footwear of the present invention. It is composed of a thick portion 2, a groove 3, 3 ', a recess 4, and a surface 5 for holding the sole. The grooves 3 and 3 'serve as cushions for absorbing vibrations and shocks when landing on the foot during walking. The grooves 3, 3 ′ can be formed as notched grooves, but an air chamber can also be formed inside the thick portion 2. The recess 4 is for diffusing the pressure applied to the sole and releasing the force of pressing the sole, and for holding the sole stably. In FIG. 2, the recess 4 is formed in a circular shape, but the shape, size, and depth can be arbitrarily determined according to the purpose.

  FIG. 3 is a perspective view of a second embodiment of the footwear and insoles of the present invention. Second embodiment 6 of insole, thick part 7, dent 8, surface 9 for holding the sole, part 10 corresponding to the heel, edge 11 on the heel side of the thick part 7, fingertip of the thick part 7 It is composed of side edges 12. A portion 10 corresponding to the heel has a cup shape and is a portion that stabilizes the heel and the ankle. In addition, because the part corresponding to the arch is convexly thick and the part that holds the heel is thin, the arch lowers and the fingertip side rises in the normal standing position even if it is not It will be. If you start walking from this state, you will walk in a straight posture with your back mainly using heels and arches, and you will be able to walk with good posture without going forward.

  FIG. 4 is a side view of a second embodiment of the footwear and insole of the present invention. Thick part 7, depression 8, surface 9 that holds the sole, part 10 corresponding to the heel, heel side edge 11 of the thick part 7, fingertip side edge 12 of the thick part 7, cutout part A, Consists of the A 'line. By forming the thick portion 7 at a portion corresponding to the arch, the entire arch always rides on the thick portion 7 and floats during walking. As a result, a gap is formed between the surface 9 that holds the sole, the toes and the heel, and it is possible to walk with the toes and the heel playing.

  Usually, walking is performed by landing from the heel and using the finger ball as a fulcrum and kicking it up with the fingertip. And burden on the ankle. In the footwear and the insole for footwear of the present invention, the heel side edge portion 11 of the thick portion 7 serves as a fulcrum when landing from the heel during walking, and the fingertip side edge portion 12 of the thick portion 7 is used as a fulcrum when kicking up. A fulcrum. There are fulcrums on the heel side when landing and the front and back of the foot on the fingertip side when kicking up, so that the feet can be lifted lightly, reducing the burden on the heels and thumb balls, and even the ankles, and everyone has a light gait Time walking is possible.

  Further, when kicking up during normal walking, the burden of the thumb ball that is a power point is large, but in the case of the present invention, the position of the power point becomes the fingertip and the burden on the fingertip side becomes large. According to a normal idea, the fingertip side edge portion 12 of the thick portion 7 serves as a fulcrum and the thumb ball serves as a power point, and the effect of the action increases as the distance between the fulcrum and the power point is short. However, the footwear and the insole for footwear of the present invention have the fingertip side edge 12 of the thick portion 7 as a fulcrum and the fingertip as a power point, and therefore the distance from the fulcrum 12 to the fingertip as the power point becomes long, and the operational effect is increased. Get smaller. Since the effect is small, walking that requires more force than usual is required. By using the fingertip that is the power point, and then kicking up with the stronger force than usual in the order of the finger pad and the thumb ball, the stride increases naturally and the user can walk fast. By walking with a large stride and a high speed, the muscles of the soles can be effectively stretched and walked, and the lower and upper body muscles connected from the soles can be stimulated widely. With these structures, it is possible to walk for a long time without getting tired, and to contribute to improving physical strength.

  FIG. 5 is a sectional view taken along the line AA 'in FIG. 4 of the second embodiment of the footwear and insole of the present invention. It consists of a recess 8, a part 10 corresponding to a heel, and fulcrums 11 and 12. The height difference between the part 10 corresponding to the heel and the fulcrums 11 and 12 can be arbitrarily determined by the user, and the positions of the fulcrums 11 and 12 can also be arbitrarily determined at the time of manufacture depending on the object and purpose.

  We provide footwear and insoles that can be walked for a long time without getting tired by anyone, from children to the elderly.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Footwear and insole for footwear 2, 7 Thick part 3, 3 'Groove 4, 8 Indentation 5, 9 The surface which hold | maintains a sole 6 The 2nd Example of footwear and insole for footwear 10 The part equivalent to 10 12 fulcrum a fingertip b thumb ball c 踵 A, A 'cut part

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  1. Footwear and insoles for footwear,
    The surface that holds the soles of the footwear and the insole for footwear forms a convex thick portion at a portion corresponding to the arch, and a cup-like portion from the heel side edge of the thick portion to the portion corresponding to the heel. Footwear and insole for footwear characterized by forming a heel holding portion.
  2.   The footwear and the insole for footwear according to claim 1, wherein a depression having an arbitrary shape is formed in the middle of the convex thick portion.
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US2247748A (en) * 1939-06-08 1941-07-01 Lee J Cotton Medical and mechanical foot cushion
JPS5167145U (en) * 1974-11-20 1976-05-27
JPH0644405U (en) * 1992-10-08 1994-06-14 勇夫 吉田 Insole for footwear
JPH08289804A (en) * 1995-04-21 1996-11-05 Moon Star Co Shoe insole
US6315786B1 (en) * 1999-07-20 2001-11-13 Partnership Of Arthur H. Smuckler, James Grimes, Niko Efstathiou And Charles A. Sarris Device for treating heel pain
JP2009136511A (en) * 2007-12-07 2009-06-25 Brace Fit Kk Sole member for footwear and health promoting footwear
JP2014104339A (en) * 2012-11-22 2014-06-09 Tatsuo Saito Footwear or insole

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2247748A (en) * 1939-06-08 1941-07-01 Lee J Cotton Medical and mechanical foot cushion
JPS5167145U (en) * 1974-11-20 1976-05-27
JPH0644405U (en) * 1992-10-08 1994-06-14 勇夫 吉田 Insole for footwear
JPH08289804A (en) * 1995-04-21 1996-11-05 Moon Star Co Shoe insole
US6315786B1 (en) * 1999-07-20 2001-11-13 Partnership Of Arthur H. Smuckler, James Grimes, Niko Efstathiou And Charles A. Sarris Device for treating heel pain
JP2009136511A (en) * 2007-12-07 2009-06-25 Brace Fit Kk Sole member for footwear and health promoting footwear
JP2014104339A (en) * 2012-11-22 2014-06-09 Tatsuo Saito Footwear or insole

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