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JP5525381B2
JP5525381B2 JP2010188714A JP2010188714A JP5525381B2 JP 5525381 B2 JP5525381 B2 JP 5525381B2 JP 2010188714 A JP2010188714 A JP 2010188714A JP 2010188714 A JP2010188714 A JP 2010188714A JP 5525381 B2 JP5525381 B2 JP 5525381B2
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  The present invention relates to boots used in bad weather or leisure.

  Normally, boots are provided with a foot cover part that surrounds the lower part from the ankle region and a cylinder part that surrounds the upper part from the ankle region, and are worn for the purpose of waterproofing and cold protection. When using such boots, there is a large gap between the instep and the cover of the foot, so the area from the toe to the heel of the sole tends to float from the sole, lacking a fit. There is a problem that it is difficult to walk.

In order to solve such a problem, Patent Document 1 discloses an elastic pressure pad such as a sponge on the inner surface of a bent connection part between a foot cover part and a cylinder part on the back side of an inserted foot. A boot is provided.
According to such boots, since there is no space between the upper part of the foot and the foot cover part, the heel does not lift from the shoe sole during walking, and the fit can be improved.

JP 2001-149102 A

  In the above-described known technology, the pressure pad protrudes inwardly on the inner surface of the bent connection part between the foot cover part and the cylinder part. Some people have the problem of poor fit. In addition, since the pressure pad is elastic such as sponge or urethane rubber, the applied pressure may change due to changes over time, and the fit may be lowered.

  The present invention has been made by paying attention to the above-described problems, and an object thereof is to provide a boot having a configuration excellent in fit for a long period of time.

In order to achieve the above-described object, the present invention provides a boot having a foot covering portion that surrounds the lower portion from the ankle region and a cylindrical portion that surrounds the upper portion from the ankle region, and inside the foot covering portion, A pressure contact part capable of tightening the upper part of the foot is provided, and an adjustment means that is connected to the pressure contact part to adjust a tightening state with respect to the upper part of the foot is provided in the cylinder part, and the adjustment means is provided on the cylinder part. A tightening member extending to the opening side along the longitudinal direction of the tube portion, which is fastened to the inner surface on the front side of the tube portion from the foot cover side toward the upper opening of the tube portion It is characterized by being guided through a tubular body extending along the axis .

In the boots with the above configuration, by operating the adjusting means, it is possible to tighten the upper part of the foot by the pressure contact portion, so that the foot is lifted or moved inside the boot, A feeling of fit in the inside of the foot covering portion can be improved, and walking ability can be improved. Further, since the tightening state by the press contact portion can be arbitrarily adjusted by the adjusting means provided in the tube portion, it is possible to obtain an optimum tightening state even if the circumferences of the ankle portions are different. Further, in the boot having the above-described configuration, it is adjusted to a tubular body that is fixed to the inner surface on the front side of the tube portion and extends along the longitudinal direction of the tube portion from the foot cover portion side toward the upper opening of the tube portion. Since the tightening member of the means is inserted, when the tightening member is tightened, the cylindrical portion can be prevented from being deformed and the tightening force can be maintained. Further, the position of the tightening member is fixed by the tubular body, and the operability can be improved.

  ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, the boots of the structure excellent in the feeling of fitting over a long term are obtained.

The figure which shows 1st Embodiment of the boots which concern on this invention, and shows an internal structure. It is a figure which shows the fixing tool used for the boots shown in FIG. 1, (a) is a perspective view which shows an internal structure, (b) is a plane sectional view. The fragmentary sectional view which shows the internal structure of the boots shown in FIG. It is a figure which shows an example of the tubular body arrange | positioned at the boots shown in FIG. 1, (a) is sectional drawing, (b) is an enlarged view of a tubular body. It is a figure which shows the modification (tubular body part) of this embodiment, (a) And (b) is a figure which shows a 1st modification, (c) And (d) is a figure which shows a 2nd modification. . (A) And (b) is a figure which shows the 3rd modification. It is a figure which shows the modification (lower end part of a tubular body) of this embodiment, (a) is a figure which shows a 4th modification, (b) is a figure which shows a 5th modification. The figure which shows 2nd Embodiment of the boots which concern on this invention, and shows an internal structure. The figure which shows 3rd Embodiment of the boots which concern on this invention, and shows an internal structure. The figure which shows 4th Embodiment of the boots which concern on this invention. The figure which shows 5th Embodiment of the boots which concern on this invention.

Hereinafter, embodiments of boots according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
1 to 4 are views showing a first embodiment of the boots according to the present invention, FIG. 1 is a view showing an internal configuration, and FIG. 2 is a fixture used in the boots shown in FIG. FIG. 3A is a perspective view showing the internal configuration, FIG. 3B is a plan sectional view, FIG. 3 is a partial sectional view showing the internal configuration of the boot shown in FIG. 1, and FIG. It is a figure which shows an example of the tubular body arrange | positioned at the boots shown in 1, (a) is sectional drawing, (b) is an enlarged view of a tubular body.

  The boot boot main body 1 according to the present embodiment includes a foot covering portion 1A having a substantially semi-elliptical cross section so as to surround the lower portion from the ankle region when the foot is actually inserted, and an upper portion from the ankle region. And a cylindrical portion 1B having a substantially circular cross section. The main body 1 is formed of a relatively flexible material, and can be formed of, for example, a soft vinyl chloride resin, an olefin-based thermoplastic elastomer, a soft polyolefin, a styrene-based thermoplastic elastomer, a urethane-based thermoplastic elastomer, or the like. is there.

  Inside the foot cover 1A, there is provided a shoe sole 1C (or an inner sole that is installed to improve comfort); Is provided with a press-contact portion 3 capable of tightening. The pressure contact part of the present embodiment is a pair of plate-like members 3a, which are in contact with the surface of the inserted instep upper part from both sides and the center region of the upper part surface is separated. 3b. In this case, each of the plate-like members 3a and 3b extends from the ankle region to the toe region at the back of the foot, and maintains a curved state from the back side to the sole side while keeping the inner surface of the foot covering portion 1A. It is fastened. Specifically, each of the plate-like members 3a and 3b is formed of a flexible material (a flexible material such as cloth, synthetic leather, or synthetic resin), and the lower end portion 4 indicated by hatching in FIG. Is fixed to the inner surface of the foot cover 1A by bonding or sewing. In addition, as above-mentioned, both the plate-shaped members 3a and 3b are fastened with respect to the inner surface of 1 A of foot covering parts so that the center area | region of the inserted instep part may leave | separate previously along a longitudinal direction. Yes.

The cylindrical portion 1B is provided with an adjusting means 5 that can be connected to both plate-like members 3a and 3b constituting the press contact portion and can adjust a tightening state with respect to the upper portion of the foot. The adjusting means 5 adjusts the pressure contact force by the above-described pressure contact portions (both plate-like members) with respect to the upper part of the foot by operating it. By increasing the pressure contact force, the upper part of the foot Is tightened to the shoe sole side, and has a function of enhancing fit by eliminating play between the inner surface of the foot cover 1A and the inserted foot.
Hereinafter, the adjustment means that makes it possible to adjust the pressure contact force (tightening force) with respect to the upper portion of the plate-like member will be specifically described.

  The adjusting means 5 includes a tightening member 5A that extends to the opening side along the cylindrical portion 1B. The tightening member 5A of the present embodiment is formed in a string shape by a fiber bundle or the like, is in a loop shape, one end side is connected to the plate-like members 3a and 3b side, and the other end side is an opening of the cylindrical portion 1B. It is arrange | positioned so that it may protrude from.

  A plurality (four in the figure) of guide members 7 are continuously provided along the longitudinal direction at the end portion (the end portion on the separated central side) opposite to the fastening side of each of the plate-like members 3a and 3b. It is fixed to. Each guide member 7 is formed with a through-hole, and one end side of the tightening member 5A is inserted through this portion in an alternately intersecting state as shown in FIG.

  The other end side of the tightening member 5A is exposed to the outside of the cylindrical portion 1B so that the user can easily operate. Specifically, the tightening member 5A of the present embodiment extends along the cylindrical portion 1B on the front side (knee side) of the cylindrical portion 1B, and protrudes upward from the opening of the cylindrical portion 1B. The protruding portion of the tightening member 5A is provided with the following fixture (adjustment member) 5B.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the fixture 5B includes a main body case 5a through which a loop-shaped tightening member 5A is inserted, and a disk-shaped lock member 5b supported slidably with respect to the main body case 5a. ing. A tightening member 5A having a loop shape is inserted into both sides of the lock member 5b. By sliding the lock member 5b in the direction of the arrow (downward), the tightening member 5A is attached to the outer peripheral surface of the lock member 5b. It is clamped between the inner surface of the main body case 5a and its position is fixed. Therefore, the protruding amount of the tightening member 5A can be adjusted by sliding the lock member 5b in the direction opposite to the arrow, and the protruding amount is maintained by sliding the lock member 5b in the arrow direction at that position. Is done.

  As described above, one end side of the tightening member 5A is inserted into the plate-like members 3a and 3b so as to intersect with the guide member 7 fixed along the longitudinal direction. By operating the tool 5B and varying the amount of protrusion, it is possible to adjust the pressure contact force of the plate-like members 3a and 3b against the upper part of the foot.

  Since the tightening member 5A is formed of a string-like member and is disposed along the tube portion 1B, a tubular body 10 for guiding the tightening member 5A is provided on the inner surface of the tube portion 1B. It is preferable. The tubular body 10 is preferably fixed to the front side of the tubular portion by adhesion or the like, and is preferably configured to be less deformable in the longitudinal direction along the tubular portion and changeable in the lateral direction. . As the material having such a function, for example, a material harder than the cylindrical part 1B such as polyurethane, polyamide, urethane thermoplastic elastomer, and hard rubber can be used. By inserting the member, when the tightening member 5A is tightened, the cylindrical portion 1B can be prevented from being deformed and the tightening force can be maintained. In addition, as shown in FIG.4 (b), even if the cylinder part 1B bends, it can track by forming the slit 10a in the tubular body 10 at a predetermined interval along the longitudinal direction. It will be possible and will not reduce comfort.

  Moreover, as shown in FIG. 3, it is preferable to keep the lower end part of the tubular body 10 spaced apart from the main body inner surface (inner surface of a cylinder part) of a boot. That is, it is preferable that the tubular body 10 is configured to be fixed to the inner surface of the cylindrical portion 1B and to have a lower end region 10b that is separated from the inner surface of the cylindrical portion 1B and protrudes toward the foot covering portion. With this configuration, the tubular body 10 can face in the tightening direction when the tightening member 5A is tightened, and the main body 1 can be prevented from being deformed or wrinkles generated during tightening.

  Also, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 3, the tongue piece 12 is placed between the plate-like members 3a and 3b and the upper part of the foot to be inserted from the tube part 1B toward the distal end side of the foot covering part 1A. It is preferable to arrange them. Such a tongue piece 12 is formed of a flexible material such as cloth, synthetic leather, or synthetic resin, and its tip 12a is fastened to the inner surface of the foot cover 1A, or an intermediate portion or a base thereof. It is possible to make it a state which is located on the back part of the foot inserted by fastening an end part to the back of plate-like member 3a, 3b.

  By disposing such a tongue piece 12, it is possible to prevent the tightening member 5 </ b> A from coming into direct contact with the instep portion of the foot and improve the comfort. In addition, it is preferable that the tongue piece 12 is arrange | positioned so that the position P of the base end part may become higher than the lower end position P1 of the said tubular body 10. FIG. By disposing the tongue piece 12 in this manner, it is possible to suppress the lower end of the tubular body 10 from hitting the front part of the ankle during the bending operation of the foot, and it is possible to prevent the wearing comfort from being lowered.

  According to the boots configured as described above, the fixing member 5B is operated as described above, and the tightening member 5A is pulled up (tightened), whereby a pair of plate-like members that are press contact portions in the foot covering portion 1A. The members 3a and 3b bend while approaching each other, and come into pressure contact with the upper part of the foot in the foot cover. As a result, it is possible to suppress the lifting or movement of the foot inside the boots, to improve the fit, and to improve the walking performance. In particular, in the present embodiment, the pressure contact portion is made of flexible plate-like members 3a and 3b that are in contact with the upper portion of the foot so that the upper portion can be pressed toward the shoe sole side in a wide range. It becomes possible to improve the fit.

  In addition, by tightening / loosening the tightening member 5A by operating the fixing member 5B, the tightening state by the press contact portion can be arbitrarily adjusted, so that the optimum tightening state can be adjusted even if the circumference of the ankle portion is different. Furthermore, since it is not a configuration in which an elastic pressure pad such as a sponge is provided as in the prior art, there is no wear and the like, and a boot having a configuration excellent in fit over a long period of time can be obtained.

  Further, in the configuration of the present embodiment, the tightening member 5A extends along the cylindrical portion 1B, and the fixing member 5B is provided outside the cylindrical portion 1B, so that the pressure contact force can be easily adjusted while wearing boots. can do. In particular, since the tightening member 5A is installed on the front side (knee side) of the cylindrical portion 1B, it is not necessary to sit down during the adjustment operation, and the adjustment operation can be easily performed in a slightly bent state.

  Further, by providing the tubular portion 1B with the tubular body 10 through which the tightening member 5A is inserted, the position of the tightening member 5A is fixed, and the fixture 5B does not fall into the tubular portion, so that the operability is improved. It will be able to plan. Furthermore, since the tubular body 10 is formed of a material harder than the cylindrical portion 1B, even if the fastening member 5A is pulled up, the tensile force does not affect the cylindrical portion 1B. There is no loss of shape or worsening comfort.

Next, various modifications of the above-described embodiment will be described.
The above-described tubular body 10 only needs to be configured so that even if the tightening member 5A is pulled, the positions of both ends thereof do not change and the flexibility of the cylindrical portion 1B is not hindered.

FIG. 5 is a diagram showing a modification of the tubular body that can be bent and deformed, in which (a) and (b) show a first modification, and (c) and (d) show a second modification. FIG.
In the first modification, the tubular body 10A is configured by a metal spring, and one side portion thereof is fixed to the inner surface of the cylindrical portion. In such a configuration, as shown in FIG. 5 (b), even if the cylindrical portion 1B is bent, it can follow it, and it is possible to obtain the same effect as the above-described embodiment. In addition, the tubular body 10B of the second modified example has a resin tape (for example, a tape formed of polypropylene, polyethylene, fluorine, olefin-based resin) 10c closely wound in a spiral shape (FIG. 5 (d)). The outer periphery is covered with a stretchable member 10d such as rubber, and one side thereof is fixed to the inner surface of the cylindrical portion (FIG. 5C). In such a configuration, even if the tube portion is bent, the resin tape can be stretched to follow the tube portion, and it is possible to obtain the same effect as the above-described embodiment.

  The third modified example shown in FIG. 6 is a diagram illustrating an example in which a plurality of non-bent tubular bodies 10C are arranged adjacent to the cylindrical portion 1B along the longitudinal direction. In such a configuration, as shown in FIG. 6 (b), when the cylindrical portion is bent, the adjacent individual tubular bodies 10C can follow, and the same effect as the above-described embodiment can be obtained. It becomes possible.

FIG. 7 is a view showing the lower end portion of each tubular body described above, (a) is a view showing a fourth modification, and (b) is a view showing a fifth modification.
Since the string-like tightening member 5A is inserted into the inside of the tubular body, it is preferable to attach a hard ring 10f to the projecting opening of the tubular body 10 as shown in FIG. Such a hard ring 10f can be formed of oxide-based (alumina or the like) or carbide-based (silicon carbide or the like) ceramics, or a metal such as titanium or stainless steel, and thereby a sliding tightening member. Friction resistance can be reduced with respect to 5A, and it is possible to prevent damage to the tightening member. Alternatively, as shown in FIG. 7B, the distal end 10g of the tubular body 10 may be formed in a bifurcated shape. With this configuration, it is possible to regulate the position at which the loop-shaped tightening member 5A comes out at the lower end of the tubular body, and the pair of plate-like members 3a and 3b are not easily displaced in the width direction. It is possible to apply a stable pressure contact force.

FIG. 8 shows a second embodiment of the boots according to the present invention, and is a diagram showing an internal configuration.
In the above-described embodiment, the pair of plate-like members 3a and 3b that press-contact the upper part of the foot are fixed to the inner surface of the foot covering portion 1A, but like the plate-like members 3c and 3d shown in the figure, It may be integrated with the inner sole (insole) 20 installed on the head, or may be fastened by adhesion, welding, sewing or the like.
By comprising in this way, the assembly | attachment property to the inside of a boot of a press-contact part improves, and a manufacturing process becomes easy.

FIG. 9 shows a third embodiment of the boots according to the present invention, and is a diagram showing an internal configuration.
In this embodiment, one plate-like member 3f is disposed along the inner surface on the upper surface side of the foot cover 1A. The plate-like member 3f can be formed of cloth, synthetic leather, synthetic resin such as polypropylene or polyurethane, and is arranged along the inner surface of the foot covering portion 1A while being curved in an arch shape. .

  Both sides of the plate-like member 3f are connected to both ends of a fastening member 5A in a loop shape via a guide member 21 provided on both sides of the inner sole 20, so that the fastening member 5A is moved to an arrow. When the pulling operation is performed, the plate-like member 3f is pulled down through the guide member 21 and is brought into pressure contact with the upper part of the foot.

  Even in such a configuration, the same effects as those of the above-described embodiment can be obtained, and the fastening member can be passed through the guide members 7 provided on the pair of plate-like members as in the above-described embodiment. Since it is not necessary, the structure can be simplified.

FIG. 10 is a view showing a fourth embodiment of the boots according to the present invention.
In the above-described embodiment, the fixing tool 5B constituting the adjusting means releases the wedge coupling by the lock member, pulls up the tightening member by hand operation, and returns the lock member to the original position, thereby changing the position of the tightening member. However, as shown in FIG. 10, a dial-type tightening structure may be used. That is, the tightening member 5A may be wound around the rotary member 5D, and the rotary member 5D may be rotated to adjust the tensile force of the tightening member.

  According to such a configuration, it is possible to easily adjust the pressure contact force with respect to the instep of the foot, and it is possible to finely adjust the pressure contact force.

FIG. 11 is a view showing a fifth embodiment of the boots according to the present invention.
In the adjusting means of this embodiment, an unevenness 5E is formed along the longitudinal direction on the upper end side of the front surface of the cylindrical portion 1B, and a slidable locking piece 5F is locked to this portion. A connecting member 5G to which the tightening member 5A is attached is integrated with the locking piece 5F while being installed inside the tubular body 10 of the cylindrical portion 1B. Further, the locking piece 5F is configured to be able to release the engagement of the locking piece 5F with respect to the unevenness 5E by operating a pivotable release lever 5H.

  According to such a configuration, the release lever 5H is rotated to release the engagement of the locking piece 5F with the unevenness 5E, and the locking piece 5F is slid in the longitudinal direction so that any position of the unevenness 5E is obtained. By rotating the release lever 5H according to the above, the engaging piece 5F is engaged with the projections and recesses 5E, whereby the above-mentioned pressure contact force can be adjusted.

  Even in such a configuration, it is possible to easily adjust the pressing force against the instep of the foot and to adjust the pressing force delicately.

  As mentioned above, although embodiment of this invention was described, this invention is not limited to an above-described structure, It can change variously.

  For example, the adjusting means described above includes a tightening member connected to at least the press contact portion provided in the foot cover 1A, and an operation member for adjusting the press contact force (tightening force) by the press contact portion. The arrangement position and the adjusting method are not limited to the configuration of each embodiment described above. Further, the tightening member may be composed of a wire or the like in addition to the cord-shaped one such as a fiber bundle. In addition, the operation member constituting the adjusting means may be installed at a position exposed from the main body 1 of the boots and is not limited to the front side position of the upper end of the cylindrical portion 1B. Furthermore, the shape of the pressure contact portion that can be tightened by contacting the back of the foot, the position of the pressure contact portion, and the fastening method inside the foot covering portion can be modified as appropriate.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Main body 1A Foot cover part 1B Cylinder part 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3f Plate-shaped member (pressure-contact part)
5 Adjustment means 5A Tightening member 5B Fixture 10, 10A, 10B, 10C Tubular body

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  1. In a boot having a foot covering portion that surrounds the lower portion from the ankle region, and a cylindrical portion that surrounds the upper portion from the ankle region,
    In the inside of the above-mentioned foot cover, a pressure contact part capable of tightening the upper part of the foot is provided,
    In the tube portion, provided with an adjusting means that is connected to the pressure contact portion and can adjust a tightening state with respect to the upper portion of the foot ,
    The adjusting means includes a tightening member extending toward the opening side along the tube portion, and the tightening member is fixed to an inner surface on the front side of the tube portion, and the upper opening of the tube portion is opened from the foot cover side. A boot, wherein the boot is guided through a tubular body extending along the longitudinal direction of the tube portion .
  2. The adjusting means may be connected before Symbol tightening member, further comprising an adjustment member provided on the outer side of the tubular portion,
    The boots according to claim 1, wherein the tightening state of the press contact portion can be adjusted via the tightening member by operating the adjusting member.
  3.   The boots according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the press contact part includes a flexible plate-like member disposed inside the foot cover part.
  4. Boots according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the tubular body is characterized in that the rigid than said tubular portion.
  5.   The tongue piece interposed between the pressure contact portion and the back of the foot to be inserted is disposed from the tube portion toward the distal end side of the foot covering portion. The boots according to item 1.
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