JP5835900B2 - Multifunctional insole - Google Patents

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JP5835900B2
JP5835900B2 JP2011009575A JP2011009575A JP5835900B2 JP 5835900 B2 JP5835900 B2 JP 5835900B2 JP 2011009575 A JP2011009575 A JP 2011009575A JP 2011009575 A JP2011009575 A JP 2011009575A JP 5835900 B2 JP5835900 B2 JP 5835900B2
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Description

  The present invention relates to an insole, and more particularly to an insole that can generate relatively good air convection by a hollow protrusion formed on the insole, achieve an anti-slip effect, and improve jumping force and vibration isolation function. It is.

  Advances such as “Composite walking insole” by the Practical model M307798 of the Republic of China, “Insole that responds to human engineering” by the utility model M325573 of China, and “Arch insole that responds to human engineering” by the Public Utility Model Public Notice 2759247 of the People's Republic of China The technology involves placing one or more rigid protrusions on the insole body that correspond to specific parts such as the toes of the soles of the human body, the inner arch or the side arch, and responding to the ergonomics of the foot. It is characterized by uniformly distributing the pressure received by the body, maintaining the balance of the body, correcting the standing posture, and reducing the phenomenon that the foot hurts due to being left standing for a long time. However, users who use these insoles for a long time not only get used to replacing them with general insoles, but also cannot stand upright. In particular, the above-mentioned utility model M307942 of the Republic of China increases the number of protrusions on the insole body, so that the manufacturing process is relatively complicated, and the protrusion and insole body may be separated when used for a long time. is there.

Taiwan Utility Model M307798 Republic of China Utility Model M325575 Public Utility Model Notice 2759247 of the People's Republic of China

  The main object of the present invention is to provide an insole that can generate air convection and perform an anti-slip function.

  It is another object of the present invention to provide an insole that can flexibly support the user's soles, be aware of the user's standing posture at any time, and correct the user's standing posture.

  Another object of the present invention is to provide an insole capable of improving jumping force and vibration isolation function.

  In order to achieve the above-mentioned object, the multifunctional insole according to the present invention includes a sheet that is in close contact with the sole of a human body. The seat corresponds to the arch part corresponding to the sole structure of the human body, the heel part located on the rear side of the arch part, the thumb, the second finger, the third finger, the fourth finger and the little finger on the front side of the arch part And a metatarsal site located between the arch site and the toe site. The arch part is divided into an inner arch part and an outer arch part. The toe part is divided into an inner toe part corresponding to the thumb of the foot and an outer toe part corresponding to the second finger, the third finger, the fourth finger and the little finger. The metatarsal site is divided into a medial metatarsal site and a lateral metatarsal site. The features of the insole are as follows. The sheet has a hollow protrusion, and the hollow protrusion is formed integrally by a protrusion-like surface formed by protrusions on the top surface of the sheet and a depression of the bottom surface of the sheet so as to correspond to the protrusion-like surface. And an air chamber formed from a depressed surface. The air chamber of the hollow protrusion can be deformed between a compressed state and a released state.

  In the multifunctional insole according to an embodiment of the present invention, the hollow protrusion is designed to correspond to an area where a human body walks and receives a force when stepping on the ground with a sole. When the human body walks, the hollow protrusion is compressed by the force received by the sole of the human body, so that the air chamber is in a compressed state and exhausts hot air in the air chamber. When the hollow protrusion is restored to its original shape by its own elasticity, when the air chamber is released, the air pressure in the air chamber becomes smaller than the air pressure inside the shoe. At this time, the cold air inside the shoe is sucked into the air chamber to generate and circulate air convection. Accordingly, the insole according to the present invention not only has a good ventilation effect and is less likely to cause malodor, but also can maintain the sole of the human body in a dry state for a long time and enhance the comfort of the sole of the human body. Further, the present invention fulfills the anti-slip function by bringing the human foot and the shoe into close contact with each other by the hollow protrusion.

  In the multifunctional insole according to one embodiment of the present invention, the sheet further has a ventilation groove. The ventilation groove extends vertically from the front peripheral edge near the toe part to the heel part along the corresponding position between the inner toe part and the outer toe part and communicates with the ventilation groove and the air chamber to discharge hot air and cool air. Improve the efficiency of suction.

  In the embodiment described above, the vent groove of the sheet has a narrowed portion narrower than the vent groove, and the narrowed portion communicates with the vent groove and the air chamber. When the air chamber is in a compressed state, the hot air in the air chamber is pressurized by the constricted portion and driven up into the ventilation groove, so that the efficiency of discharging hot air can be improved.

  The ventilation groove has a recessed vent on the front peripheral edge near the toe portion, so that the peripheral edge having the vent on the insole and the inner wall of the shoe do not adhere to each other. The amount of suction can be increased.

  The sheet further has another ventilation groove that communicates with the ventilation groove. Another vent groove may be formed extending laterally from the outer peripheral edge near the outer toe site to the inner peripheral edge near the inner toe site between the toe site and the metatarsal site. Good. Another vent groove may be provided with a recessed vent at the outer peripheral edge or the inner peripheral edge close to the toe part and the metatarsal part. Alternatively, another ventilation groove may be formed extending laterally from the outer peripheral edge of the seat along the metatarsal site and the arch site to the inner peripheral edge of the seat. Another vent groove may be provided with a recessed vent at the outer peripheral edge or the inner peripheral edge near the metatarsal site and the arch site.

  In the multifunctional insole according to the embodiment of the present invention, the inner arch portion of the seat has an arc-shaped projection edge part integrally formed by the protrusion on the bottom surface of the seat. The arcuate projection edge has an arcuate top surface and an arcuate bottom surface. It is relatively preferable that the hollow protrusion of the sheet is located at the edge of the arcuate protrusion of the heel part or the inner arch part. When the hollow protrusion is located at the edge of the arc-shaped protrusion, the protruding surface of the hollow protrusion is integrally formed by the protrusion on the arc-shaped top surface, and the depressed surface of the hollow protrusion is integrally formed by the depression of the arc-shaped bottom surface. Therefore, the insole according to the present invention has a function of flexibly supporting the user's sole by the hollow protrusion located in the inner arch portion, making the user stand out at any time, and correcting the user's standing posture. Can fulfill.

  The multifunctional insole according to an embodiment of the present invention further includes another hollow protrusion. Another hollow protrusion is a protrusion-like surface integrally formed by protrusions on the top surface of the sheet, and a depression-like surface integrally formed by depression of the bottom surface of the sheet so as to correspond to the protrusion-like surface; And an air chamber formed from a depressed surface. The air chamber of another hollow projection can be deformed between a compressed state and a released state. When one hollow protrusion is located in the heel region, the other hollow protrusion described above may be located in at least one of the inner arch region, the outer arch region, the metatarsal region, and the toe region. Good. Alternatively, the another hollow protrusion described above may be located at at least one of an inner arch portion, an outer arch portion, an inner metatarsal portion, an outer metatarsal portion, an inner toe portion, and an outer toe portion. Good. Similarly, when one hollow protrusion is located at the arcuate protrusion edge of the inner arch part, the other hollow protrusion described above is one of the heel part, the outer arch part, the metatarsal part, and the toe part. It may be located in at least one site. Alternatively, another hollow protrusion described above may be located in at least one of the heel region, the outer arch region, the inner metatarsal region, the outer metatarsal region, the inner toe region, and the outer toe region. Good.

  The multifunctional insole according to one embodiment of the present invention further includes a vibration absorbing material and / or a repellent material disposed in the air chamber of another hollow protrusion of the sheet. The rebound material is disposed in the air chamber of the hollow protrusion located in the metatarsal region, or is disposed in the air chamber of at least one hollow protrusion located in the inner metatarsal region or the outer metatarsal region. Most preferred. The vibration absorbing material is disposed in the air chamber of the hollow protrusion located in the heel region.

  The multifunctional insole according to an embodiment of the present invention further includes at least one support portion. Since the support portion is disposed below the hollow projection portion and has a projection wall and an air accommodating space located inside the projection wall, the height of the hollow projection portion can be reliably maintained.

  The multifunctional insole according to one embodiment of the present invention includes a plurality of support portions. The support portion disposed below the hollow protrusion located at the heel portion, the inner arch portion, or the outer arch portion further has a jet port communicating with the air accommodating space. The protruding wall of each support portion adheres to the depressed surface of the hollow protruding portion. The outlet of the support portion communicates with the ventilation groove and the air accommodating space. Subsequently, the support portion disposed below the hollow protrusion located at the metatarsal site (inner metatarsal site or outer metatarsal site) or toe site (inner toe site or outer toe site) is further provided as a projection wall. And the bottom surface integrally connected to the protruding wall, the air accommodating space is formed in a sealed state. The bottom surface of each support portion is in contact with the inner bottom surface of the shoe.

The multifunctional insole according to another embodiment of the present invention includes at least two support portions and a connection piece integrally connected between the support portions.
Moreover, the multifunctional insole by another one Embodiment of this invention is equipped with the sheet | seat which closely_contact | adheres to the sole of a human body. The sheet has an arch site, a heel site, a toe site and a metatarsal site. The arch part is divided into an inner arch part and an outer arch part. The toe part is divided into an inner toe part and an outer toe part. The metatarsal site is divided into a medial metatarsal site and a lateral metatarsal site. The features of the insole are as follows. The sheet has a first layer body and a second layer body disposed on the first layer body. The first layer body has a hollow protrusion, and the hollow protrusion is integrally formed by a protrusion on the top surface of the first layer body, and a bottom surface of the first layer body so as to correspond to the protrusion surface. A depression-like surface integrally formed by the depression, and an air chamber formed from the depression-like surface. The air chamber of the hollow protrusion can be deformed between a compressed state and a released state. The second layer body has a hollow protrusion. The hollow projecting portion of the second layer body is formed integrally with the projecting surface formed integrally by the projection on the top surface of the second layer body and the depression of the bottom surface of the second layer body so as to correspond to the projecting surface. And a closed chamber formed from the depressed surface and the top surface of the first layered body.

  In the multifunctional insole according to the embodiment of the present invention, the hollow protrusion of the second layer body of the sheet has a sealed air chamber, so that the jumping force can be increased. In order to increase the repulsive force and / or vibration absorbing force of the insole, it is possible to dispose the repelling material and / or vibration absorbing material in the sealed air chamber.

It is a three-dimensional view showing a multifunctional insole according to the first embodiment of the present invention. It is a bottom view which shows the state in which the hollow projection part of the insole shown in FIG. 1 respond | corresponds to the heel of the sole of a human body. FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line 3-3 in FIG. 1. It is a bottom view which shows another form of the multifunctional insole by 1st Embodiment of this invention. It is a three-dimensional view showing another form of the multifunctional insole according to the first embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 6 is a bottom view showing a state in which the hollow protrusions on the insole shown in FIG. 5 correspond to the parts of the soles of the human body. It is a top view which shows the multifunctional insole by 2nd Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing which shows the shape of the hollow protrusion part located in an inner arch site | part. It is sectional drawing which shows another form of the hollow projection part located in an inner arch site | part. It is a three-dimensional view showing a multifunctional insole according to a third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 10 is a bottom view showing a state in which the hollow protrusions on the insole shown in FIG. 9 correspond to the parts of the soles of the human body. FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view taken along line 11-11 in FIG. It is a three-dimensional view showing another form of the multifunctional insole according to the third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 13 is a bottom view showing a state in which the hollow protrusions on the insole shown in FIG. 12 correspond to the parts of the soles of the human body. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows the multifunctional insole by 4th Embodiment of this invention. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows a multifunctional insole provided with a support part. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows another one multifunction insole provided with a support part. It is sectional drawing which shows the shape of the support part arrange | positioned under the hollow projection part located in the collar part of a sheet | seat. It is sectional drawing which shows another form of the support part arrange | positioned under the hollow projection part located in the collar part of a sheet | seat. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows a multifunctional insole provided with a support part. It is sectional drawing which shows the state which the connection piece and the support part couple | bonded integrally. It is a three-dimensional view showing a state in which a depressed reinforcing portion is arranged in the hollow protrusion. It is a three-dimensional view showing a state in which a plurality of depressed reinforcing portions are arranged on the hollow protrusion.

In order to explain the detailed structure and features of the multifunctional insole according to the present invention, the following embodiments and drawings are presented, and those skilled in the art can easily implement the embodiments of the present invention. Proceed with the explanation.
Hereinafter, a multifunctional insole according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. The same reference numbers in the drawings indicate the same or similar structures or sites.

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As shown in FIG. 1, the multifunctional insole 1 according to the first embodiment of the present invention includes a seat 10.
The sheet 10 is made of a PU foam material and has an elastic restoring force. When actually manufacturing, the material of the sheet 10 is not limited to the above-described material, and may be a material such as cloth, leather, cork, emulsion, or thermoplastic rubber (TPR) that can be used for manufacturing the insole. As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the sheet 10 is in close contact with the sole 4 of the human body. The sole 4 is structured into an arch 41, a heel 43 located on the rear side of the arch 41, a toe 45 located on the front side of the arch 41, and a metatarsal bone 47 located between the arch 41 and the toe 45. It is divided. The toe 45 is composed of the big toe 451, the second finger 452, the third finger 453, the fourth finger 454 and the little finger 455. The metatarsal 47 is divided into a metatarsal inner side 47a and a metatarsal outer side 47b. The arch 41 is divided into an inner arch 41a and an outer arch 41b. The seat 10 corresponds to the arch part 12 corresponding to the arch 41, the outer arch part 12b corresponding to the inner arch part 12a and the outer arch 41b corresponding to the inner arch 41a, the heel part 14 corresponding to the heel 43, and the toe 45. On the toe part 16, the inner toe part 16 a corresponding to the thumb 451, the outer toe part 16 b corresponding to the second finger 452, the third finger 453, the fourth finger 454 and the little finger 455, and the metatarsal bone 47. It has a corresponding metatarsal region 18, a medial metatarsal region 18a corresponding to the metatarsal medial side 47a, and a lateral metatarsal site 18b corresponding to the metatarsal outer side 47b.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the sheet 10 has a first hollow protrusion 111 formed from the top surface 11 so as to be located at the heel part 14. As shown in FIG. 3, the first hollow protruding portion 111 includes a protruding surface 111 a formed integrally with the protrusion on the top surface 11 of the sheet 10 and a depressed surface 111 b formed integrally with the depression of the bottom surface 13 of the sheet 10. And a first air chamber 15 formed from the depressed surface 111b. The first air chamber 15 can be deformed between a compressed state and a released state.

  When the insole 1 according to the present embodiment is actually used and a force is received by the heel portion 14 of the seat 10, the first hollow protrusion 111 is compressed, and the first air chamber 15 is in a compressed state. At this time, the hot air in the first air chamber 15 is discharged. When the first hollow protrusion 111 releases the pressure and restores the original shape, when the first air chamber 15 exhibits a released state, the air pressure in the first air chamber 15 becomes lower than the air pressure inside the shoe. At this time, the cold air inside the shoe is sucked into the first air chamber 15, thereby generating an air circulation between the bottom surface 13 of the sheet 10 and the inside of the shoe.

  FIG. 4 shows another multifunctional insole 1 'according to the first embodiment of the present invention. The sheet 10 has a first hollow protrusion 111 formed from the top surface 11 so as to be located at the heel part 14. The first hollow protrusion 111 has a first air chamber 15. The sheet 10 has a first ventilation groove 131 formed on the bottom surface 13. The first ventilation groove 131 extends in the vertical direction from the front peripheral edge 101 near the toe part 16 to the heel part 14 along the position corresponding to the position between the inner toe part 16a and the outer toe part 16b and enters the first air chamber 15. contact. The first ventilation groove 131 has a vent 102 formed by recessing the front peripheral edge 101 near the toe portion 16 into an arc shape. The vent 102 can increase the amount of hot air discharged and the amount of cool air sucked without bringing the peripheral edge of the insole 10 and the inner wall of the shoe into close contact with each other.

  When the insole 1 ′ according to the present embodiment is actually used and the force is received by the heel portion 14 of the seat 10, the first air chamber 15 exhibits a compressed state. At this time, the hot air in the first air chamber 15 is discharged by the first ventilation groove 131. When the first hollow protrusion 111 releases the pressure and restores the original shape, the cold air inside the shoe is sucked into the first air chamber 15 by the first ventilation groove 131 when the first air chamber 15 is released. Therefore, the insole 1 ′ according to the present invention can improve the air circulation efficiency by arranging the ventilation groove between the insole 1 ′ and the inside of the shoe.

  FIG. 5 and FIG. 6 show another multifunctional insole 1 ″ according to the first embodiment of the present invention. The sheet 10 is a first formed from the top surface 11 so as to be located at the heel portion 14. The first hollow protrusion 111 has a first air chamber 15. The sheet 10 has a first ventilation groove 131 ′, a second ventilation groove 132, a third ventilation groove 133 formed on the bottom surface 13, and It has the 4th ventilation groove 134. 1st ventilation groove 131 'has the 1st extension part 131a, the 2nd extension part 131b, and the constriction part 131c.The 1st extension part 131a is inside from the front peripheral part 101 near the toe part 16. A longitudinal direction extends to the heel region 14 along a corresponding position between the toe region 16a and the outer toe region 16b and communicates with the first air chamber 15. The second extension region 131b communicates with the first extension region 131a. And extends laterally to the outer peripheral edge 103 and the inner peripheral edge 104 close to the heel region 14. The narrowed portion 131c is smaller in size than the first ventilation groove 131 'and the second of the first ventilation groove 131'. It communicates with the extension part 131b and the first air chamber 15. The first ventilation groove 131 ′ has a vent hole 102 formed by recessing the front peripheral edge 101 near the toe part 16 in an arc shape. From the outer peripheral edge 103 that communicates with the first vent groove 131 ′ and is close to the outer toe part 16 b to the inner peripheral edge 104 that is between the toe part 16 and the metatarsal part 18 and close to the inner toe part 16 a The second vent groove 132 has a vent hole 105 formed by the outer peripheral edge portion 103 and the inner peripheral edge portion 104 that are close to each other between the toe portion 16 and the metatarsal bone portion 18 being depressed in an arc shape. The The third ventilation groove 133 communicates with the first ventilation groove 131 ′, and the inner peripheral edge of the sheet 10 extends from the outer peripheral edge 103 of the seat 10 between the metatarsal region 18 and the arch portion 12. The third vent groove 133 has a vent formed by the outer peripheral edge portion 103 and the inner peripheral edge portion 104 that are close to each other between the metatarsal bone portion 18 and the arch portion 12 being recessed in an arc shape. The fourth vent groove 134 communicates with the third vent groove 133 and extends longitudinally from the third vent groove 133 to the vicinity of the heel portion 14 along the inner shape of the inner arch portion 12a.

  When the insole 1 ″ according to the present embodiment is actually used and the force is received by the heel part 14, the first air chamber 15 is in a compressed state. At this time, the stenosis part 131c generates a pressurizing action, and thus the first air chamber. 15 is exhausted by the second ventilation groove 132, the third ventilation groove 133, and the fourth ventilation groove 134 that are driven into the first ventilation groove 131 ′ and communicated directly or indirectly with the first ventilation groove 131 ′. When the pressure received by the heel part 14 of the seat 10 is released, the first hollow protrusion 111 is restored to its original shape, so that the first air chamber 15 is in a released state. Is sucked into the first air chamber 15 from the first ventilation groove 131 ′ by the fourth ventilation groove 134.

  Since the arrangement positions of the first ventilation groove 131 ′ to the fourth ventilation groove 134 are designed based on the action when the human body walks and steps on the ground with the sole 4, the sole 4 of the human body is the insole 1 according to the present invention. When stepping on “,” the first ventilation groove 131 ′ to the fourth ventilation groove 134 are not compressed by the weight of the human body and do not deform. Therefore, the insole according to the present invention can maintain good air convection even when used for a long time.

(Second Embodiment)
In the following embodiments, since the material of the sheet and each of the divided parts are the same as those in the first embodiment, description thereof will be omitted. Subsequently, description will be given of portions that are different from the first embodiment.
As shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, the multifunctional insole 2 according to the second embodiment of the present invention includes a seat 20.
The inner arch portion 12 a of the sheet 20 has an arc-shaped protruding edge 25 formed integrally with the protrusion on the bottom surface 23 of the sheet 20. The arc-shaped projection edge 25 has an arc-shaped top surface 251 and an arc-shaped bottom surface 253. The arc-shaped protrusion edge 25 of the inner arch portion 12 a of the seat 20 has a hollow protrusion 255. As shown in FIG. 8, the hollow protrusion 255 has a protruding surface 255 a integrally formed by the protrusion of the arc-shaped top surface 251, a depressed surface 255 b integrally formed by the depression of the arc-shaped bottom surface 253, and a depression And an air chamber 27 formed from the surface 255b. The air chamber 27 can be deformed between a compressed state and a released state.

  When the insole 2 according to the present embodiment is actually used, as described above, the insole 2 can not only generate air circulation inside the shoe, but also can flex the user's sole by the hollow protrusion disposed in the inner arch part. It is possible to achieve the purpose of correcting the user's standing posture after being used for a long period of time.


As shown in FIG. 8A, the protruding surface 255 a of the hollow protruding portion 255 of the arc-shaped protruding edge portion 25 is directly connected to the top surface 21 of the sheet 20. Alternatively, as shown in FIG. 8B, the arcuate projecting edge 25 has a connection site 257. The connecting portion 257 connects the protruding surface 255a of the hollow protruding portion 255 and the top surface 21 of the sheet 20, and the length is not particularly limited.

(Third embodiment)
As shown in FIGS. 9 to 11, the multifunctional insole 3 according to the third embodiment of the present invention includes a seat 10.
The sheet 10 includes a first hollow protrusion 111, a second hollow protrusion 112, a third hollow protrusion 113, a fourth hollow protrusion 114, a fifth hollow protrusion 115, and a sixth hollow protrusion formed from the top surface 11. Part 116. The arrangement position of the first hollow protrusion 111 is the same as in the first embodiment. The second hollow protrusion 112 is located at the arch part 12. The third hollow protrusion 113 is located in the medial metatarsal region 18a. The fourth hollow protrusion 114 is located in the outer metatarsal region 18b. The fifth hollow protrusion 115 is located at the inner toe portion 16a. The sixth hollow protrusion 116 is located at the outer toe portion 16b. As shown in FIG. 11, the fifth hollow projecting portion 115 has a projecting surface 115 a integrally formed by the projection on the top surface 11 of the sheet 10 and a recessed surface formed integrally by the recess of the bottom surface 13 of the sheet 10. 115b and the fifth air chamber 17 formed from the depressed surface 115b. The sixth hollow protrusion 116 includes a protrusion-like surface 116a integrally formed by protrusions on the top surface 11 of the sheet 10, a depression-like surface 116b integrally formed by depression of the bottom surface 13 of the sheet 10, and a depression-like surface 116b. And a sixth air chamber 19 formed from the above. The second hollow protrusion 112 to the fourth hollow protrusion 114 have the above-described protruding surface, depressed surface, third air chamber, second air chamber, and fourth air chamber, respectively. Not. The air chambers of the first hollow protrusion 111 to the sixth hollow protrusion 116 can be deformed between the compressed state and the released state.

  When the insole 3 according to the present embodiment is actually used and a force is received by the heel portion 14 of the seat 10, the first hollow protrusion 111 is compressed, and the first air chamber 15 is in a compressed state. At this time, the hot air in the first air chamber 15 is discharged. When the force received by the heel portion 14 of the seat 10 moves to the arch portion 12 of the seat 10, the second hollow protrusion 112 is compressed, so that the second air chamber (not shown in the figure) is in a compressed state. At this time, the hot air in the second air chamber is discharged. When the first hollow protrusion 111 releases the pressure and restores the original shape, when the first air chamber 15 is released, the air pressure in the first air chamber 15 becomes smaller than the air pressure inside the shoe. At this time, the cold air inside the shoe is sucked into the first air chamber 15. Similarly, when the force received by the arch portion 12 of the seat 10 is transferred to the inner metatarsal portion 18a and the outer metatarsal portion 18b of the seat 10 or the inner toe portion 16a and the outer toe portion 16b of the seat 10, the force is received. Since the hot air in the air chamber is discharged, the released air chamber sucks in cold air, and air circulation can be generated between the bottom surface 13 of the seat 10 and the inside of the shoe.

  Shown in FIGS. 12 and 13 is another insole 3 'according to a third embodiment of the present invention. Specifically, the hollow protrusions may be disposed only in the heel region 14, the arch region 12, the metatarsal region 18, and the toe region 16. That is, as shown in FIGS. 12 and 13, the seventh hollow protrusion 117 is disposed in the metatarsal region 18 of the sheet 10. The eighth hollow protrusion 118 is disposed at the toe portion 16 of the sheet 10. In other words, the seventh hollow protrusion 117 combines the third hollow protrusion 113 and the fourth hollow protrusion 114 together. The eighth hollow protrusion 118 combines the fifth hollow protrusion 115 and the sixth hollow protrusion 116 into one. In the same manner as described above, the hot air in the air chamber is exhausted, and the cold air inside the shoe is sucked into the air chamber just after the force is released along with the transfer of the portion receiving the force of the seat 10, and the bottom surface of the seat 10. An air circulation can be created between 13 and the inside of the shoe.

  In the insole according to the above-described embodiment, when the sheet has a plurality of hollow protrusions, the insole may further include at least one vibration absorbing material and / or rebound material. The vibration absorbing material and / or the resilience material are arranged in at least one of the hollow protrusions, thereby increasing the jumping force generated when the user jumps and absorbing the vibration. In particular, the vibration absorbing material may be disposed in the air chamber of the hollow protrusion portion located in the heel region of the sheet, and the rebound material may be disposed in the air chamber of the hollow protrusion portion positioned in the metatarsal region or toe region of the sheet. Most preferred.

(Fourth embodiment)
As shown in FIG. 14, the multifunctional insole 5 according to the fourth embodiment of the present invention includes a sheet 50 and a repellent material 60.
The sheet 50 has a first layer body 70 and a second layer body 80. The first layer body 70 has a hollow protrusion 711 formed on the top surface so as to correspond to the flange portion 14 of the sheet 50. The hollow protrusion 711 includes a protrusion-like surface 711a integrally formed by protrusions on the top surface 71 of the first layer body 70, a depression-like surface 711b integrally formed by depression of the bottom surface 73 of the first layer body 70, And an air chamber 75 formed from the depressed surface 711b. The air chamber 75 can be deformed between a compressed state and a released state. Although the second layer body 80 is fixed on the first layer body 70 by an adhesion method, the present invention is not limited to this method. The second layer body 80 includes a first hollow protrusion 811 corresponding to the heel part 14 of the sheet 50 on the top surface 81, a second hollow protrusion 812 corresponding to the metatarsal part 18 of the sheet 50, and the toe of the sheet 50. A third hollow protrusion 813 corresponding to the region 16. The first hollow protruding portion 811, the second hollow protruding portion 812, and the third hollow protruding portion 813 are respectively formed into protruding surfaces 811a, 812a, 813a integrally formed by the protrusions on the top surface 81 of the second layer body 80, and It has depression-like surfaces 811b, 812b, 813b that are integrally formed by depression of the bottom surface 83 of the bilayer body 80. The first hollow protrusion portion 811 of the second layer body 80 overlaps the hollow protrusion portion 711 of the first layer body 70, and the depressed surface 811 b of the first hollow protrusion portion 811 of the second layer body 80 is formed on the first layer body 70. It adheres to the protruding surface 711a of the hollow protruding portion 711. The second hollow protrusion 812 and the top surface 71 of the first layer body 70 constitute a first sealed chamber 85, and the third hollow protrusion 813 and the top surface 71 of the first layer body 70 constitute a second sealed chamber 87. To do.

  The rebound material 60 is a general material that can increase elasticity. In the present embodiment, the repellent material 60 is disposed so as to fill the first sealed chamber 85 of the second layer body 80. When actually manufacturing, the repellent material 60 does not necessarily fill the first sealed chamber 85. The repulsion material 60 may be disposed in the second sealed chamber 87 of the second layer body 80.

When the insole 5 according to the present embodiment is actually used and a force is applied by the heel portion 14 of the sheet 50, the hollow protrusion 711 of the first layer body 70 and the first hollow protrusion 811 of the second layer body 80 are compressed. Therefore, the air chamber 75 exhibits a compressed state. At this time, the hot air in the air chamber 75 is discharged. When the force received by the heel part 14 of the sheet 10 is released, the hollow protrusion 711 of the first layer body 70 and the first hollow protrusion 811 of the second layer body 80 are restored to the original state because the pressure is released, The air chamber 75 is in a released state. At this time, the cold air inside the shoe is sucked into the air chamber 75. Further, the rebound material 60 in the first sealed chamber 85 located at the metatarsal region 18 of the seat 50 can increase the jumping force generated when the user jumps.
When actually manufacturing, a vibration absorbing material (not shown in the figure) can be added to the insole 5 according to the present embodiment. The vibration absorbing material is disposed in a sealed chamber below the first hollow protrusion 811 of the second layer body 80.

As shown in FIGS. 15 to 18, the multifunctional insole according to the present invention further includes at least one support portion 90.
Although the support part 90 is manufactured from rubber | gum, it is not restricted to this, The material which has fixed support strength and favorable elastic restoring force can be used. As shown in FIGS. 15 to 18, the support part 90 has four shapes and is as follows. The support part 90 shown in FIG. 15A has a protruding wall 901 and an air accommodating space 903 located inside the protruding wall 901. The support part 90 illustrated in FIG. 16 includes a protruding wall 901, an air accommodating space 903, and a jet outlet 905 that communicates with the air accommodating space 903. The support part 90 shown in FIG. 17 has a projection wall 901, an air accommodating space 903, a jet port 905, and a bottom surface 907 integrally connected to the projection wall 901 and the jet port 905. The support part 90 shown in FIG. 18 does not have the ejection port 905 but has a protruding wall 901, an air accommodating space 903, and a bottom surface 907.

  Specifically, as shown in FIG. 15A, the bottom surface 907 is not disposed on the support portion 90 disposed on the heel region 14 and the support portion 90 disposed on the toe region 16. Since the air accommodating space 903 is sealed by the first layer body 70 and the protruding wall 901, the insole according to the present invention can maintain the exhaust function and increase the jumping force. The difference between FIG. 15B and FIG. 15A is as follows. The first layer body 70 may be a flat sheet. At this time, a third sealed chamber 89 is formed at the position of the heel part 14. As shown in FIGS. 16 and 17, the support portion 90 arranged in the heel part 14 has a jet port 905, and the jet port 905 is arranged in the first ventilation groove 131. Can be improved. As shown in FIG. 18, the bottom surface 907 is not disposed on the support portion 90 disposed in the heel region 14. Since the support part 90 arrange | positioned at the toe site | part 16 and the metatarsal site | part 18 has the bottom face 907, the insole by this invention can maintain an exhaust function, and can improve jumping force.

  The support portion 90 has various shapes (for example, whether there is a bottom surface or whether there is a jet port). Since the insole according to the present invention has various shapes (whether the position of the hollow protrusion is different or whether the ventilation groove is disposed), various combinations based on the spirit of the present invention belong to the category of the present invention. Should. Further, the support portion 90 may be directly fixed to the bottom surface of the sheet. When the insole is attached to the inside of the shoe, the arcuate surface of the support portion 90 contacts the bottom surface inside the shoe.

  As shown in FIG. 19, a plurality of support portions 90 according to the present invention can be integrally coupled by a connection piece 92. In addition, the exhaust efficiency can be improved by disposing the spout on the support portion 90 disposed in the toe region 16, the metatarsal region 18, and the heel region 14. Further, by disposing the hole in the projection wall of the ventilation groove facing the support part without arranging the jet port in the support part, the air accommodation space and the ventilation groove can be communicated with each other, and the exhaust efficiency can be improved.

  Since the plurality of support portions 90 coupled by the connection piece 92 are fixed to the sheet having the hollow protrusions, they may be manufactured to a relatively large size. Further, in order to increase the structural strength of the hollow protrusion 111, a recessed reinforcing portion 113 may be disposed on the protrusion-like surface 111a of the hollow protrusion 111 of the sheet 10 as shown in FIG. Alternatively, as shown in FIG. 21, a plurality of protrusions 115 may be arranged on the protrusion-like surface 111 a of the hollow protrusion 111 of the sheet 10. At this time, the depressed reinforcing portion 113 is located at the center of the protruding surface 111 a, and the plurality of protruding portions 15 surround the depressed reinforcing portion 113. The above has been described using a single layer sheet as an example. The present invention is not limited to the above.

  Usually, when manufacturing an insole, in order to improve the comfort of an insole, a cloth cloth is stuck on a sheet | seat base material, and a molding process is performed after that. If the spreadability of the cloth fabric affixed to the sheet substrate is not good, the subsequent sheet forming process is affected. On the other hand, the insole according to the present invention attaches a cloth fabric after a sheet is formed according to actual needs.

  The above embodiments have been given to describe the present invention in detail. The shape of the insole according to the present invention is not limited to the above. For example, the number of the hollow protrusions of the insole is not particularly limited, and is preferably between 1 and 7. When the number of hollow protrusions is one or more, if one hollow protrusion is positioned at the heel part, the other hollow protrusions are composed of the inner arch part, the outer arch part, the metatarsal part and the toe part. It may be located in at least one part of the group to be performed. Alternatively, the other hollow protrusion is located in at least one part of the group consisting of an inner arch part, an outer arch part, an inner metatarsal part, an outer metatarsal part, an inner toe part, and an outer toe part. May be. If one hollow protrusion is located at the arcuate protruding edge of the inner arch, the other hollow protrusion is at least one of the group consisting of the heel, outer arch, metatarsal and toe regions. It may be located at one site. Alternatively, the other hollow protrusion is located in at least one part of a group composed of a heel part, an outer arch part, an inner metatarsal part, an outer metatarsal part, an inner toe part, and an outer toe part. Also good. The number of ventilation grooves is not particularly limited. The ventilation groove can communicate with the air chamber below any one of the hollow protrusions. The ventilation groove has a narrowed portion narrower than the ventilation groove. The constriction site is used for communication of the hollow protrusion with the air chamber, and increases the pressure when the hot air is discharged. Similarly, when the sheet has a two-layer structure, the number of hollow protrusions of the first layer body and the second layer body is not particularly limited. The installation position of the hollow protrusion can be changed as necessary. For example, when the number of the hollow protrusions is plural, the hollow protrusions of the first layer body and the second layer body are composed of the heel part, the inner arch part, the outer arch part, the metatarsal part, and the toe part of the sheet. It may be located in at least one part of the parts corresponding to the group. Alternatively, at least one part of a part corresponding to a group composed of a heel part, an inner arch part, an outer arch part, an inner metatarsal part, an outer metatarsal part, an inner toe part, and an outer toe part of the seat May be located.

  The arrangement positions of the repellent material and the vibration absorbing material are not particularly limited, but the repellent material is disposed in the air chamber corresponding to the metatarsal region of the seat, and the vibration absorbing material is disposed in the air chamber corresponding to the heel region of the seat. It is relatively preferable. Therefore, changes and replacements based on the spirit of the present invention should belong to the scope of the present invention.

  As described above, in the multi-function insole according to the present invention, the hollow protrusion is disposed at a portion that receives the force of the seat based on the action when the human body walks and steps on the ground with the sole of the foot. Can be generated. Therefore, the insole according to the present invention not only has a good ventilation effect and hardly generates mold and odor but also can keep the sole of the human body dry for a long time. Moreover, the air convection inside a shoe can be improved more by the ventilation groove | channel arrange | positioned in the fixed site | part. In addition, the insole according to the present invention can serve as an anti-slip function because the foot of the human body and the shoe are brought into close contact with each other by the hollow protrusion. Further, since the hollow protrusion is integrally formed from the sheet, the present invention is not only easy to manufacture but also has durability compared to a conventional insole in which the protrusion is added to the insole body. In addition, when the hollow protrusion is disposed at the edge of the arcuate protrusion of the inner arch portion, the insole according to the present invention can function to correct the posture of the user. In addition, the insole according to the present invention has a support portion disposed below the hollow protrusion. Since the support portion has a certain strength and a good elastic restoring force, not only can the height of the hollow projection portion be reliably maintained, but the hollow projection portion is not easily deformed due to continuous use.

1, 1 ', 1 "... insole,
10 ... sheet,
101 ... front peripheral edge,
102 ... vent hole,
103 ・ ・ ・ Outer peripheral edge,
104 ... Inner peripheral edge,
105 ... vents,
106 ・ ・ ・ Vents,
11 ... top surface,
111 to 118 ・ ・ ・ first hollow protrusion to eighth hollow protrusion,
111a, 115a, 116a ... protruding surface,
111b, 115b, 116b ... a depressed surface,
113 ・ ・ ・ Depressed reinforcement part,
115 ... projections,
12 ... Arch part,
12a ... inner arch part,
12b ... outer arch part,
13 ... bottom surface,
131, 131 '... 1st ventilation groove,
131a ... first extension part,
131b ... second extension part,
131c ・ ・ ・ Stenosis,
132, 133, 134 ... from the second ventilation groove to the fourth ventilation groove,
14 ... sputum part,
15 ・ ・ ・ First air chamber,
17 ・ ・ ・ Fifth chamber,
16 ... toe part,
16a ... inner toe part,
16b ... outside toe part,
18 ... metatarsal region,
18a ... the medial metatarsal region,
18b ... lateral metatarsal region,
19 ・ ・ ・ Sixth air chamber,
2 ... insole,
20 ... sheet,
21 ・ ・ ・ Top surface,
23 ... bottom surface,
25 ... Arc-shaped protruding edge,
251... Arc-shaped top surface,
253 ... Arc bottom surface,
255 ... hollow projection,
255a ... projecting surface,
255b ... recessed surface,
257 ... connection part,
27 ・ ・ ・ Air chamber,
3, 3 '... insole,
4 ... the sole,
41 ... Arch,
41a ... inner arch,
41b ... outside arch,
43 ・ ・ ・ 踵,
45 ... toe,
451 ... the big toe,
452 ・ ・ ・ second finger,
453 ... 3rd finger,
454 ... 4th finger,
455 ... little finger,
47 ・ ・ ・ Metatarsal bone,
47a ... metatarsal medial side,
47b ... metatarsal lateral side,
5 ... insole,
50 ... sheet,
60 ・ ・ ・ Rebound material,
70: first layer body,
71 ・ ・ ・ Top surface,
711 ... hollow protrusion,
711a ... protruding surface,
711b ... depressed surface,
73 ... the bottom surface,
75 ・ ・ ・ Air chamber,
80 ... second layer,
81... Top surface,
83 ... bottom surface,
811, 812, 813 ... from the first hollow protrusion to the third hollow protrusion,
811a, 812a, 813a ... protruding surface,
811b, 812b, 813b ... a depressed surface,
85 ・ ・ ・ First sealed chamber,
87 ・ ・ ・ Second sealed chamber,
89 ・ ・ ・ Third sealed chamber,
90 ... support part,
901 ... projection wall,
903 ... Air accommodating space,
905... Spout,
907 ... the bottom,
92 ... Connection piece

Claims (9)

  1. The sheet has a single layer structure , and the sheet has an arch portion corresponding to the sole structure of the human body, a heel portion located behind the arch portion, and a foot on the front side of the arch portion. The toe part corresponding to the thumb, the second finger, the third finger, the fourth finger and the little finger, and a metatarsal part located between the arch part and the toe part, the arch part being an inner arch part and an outer part It has an arch part, the toe part has an inner toe part and an outer toe part, the inner toe part corresponds to the thumb of the toe, and the outer toe part corresponds to the second finger, the third finger, the fourth finger and the little finger. The metatarsal site is a multifunctional insole having a medial metatarsal site and a lateral metatarsal site,
    The sheet has a plurality of hollow protrusions , and a first ventilation groove, a second ventilation groove, and a third ventilation groove arranged on the bottom surface ,
    The plurality of hollow protrusions are respectively located in the heel part, the inner metatarsal part, the outer metatarsal part, the inner toe part, and the outer toe part and are integrally formed by the protrusions on the top surface of the sheet. A hollow surface formed by depression of the bottom surface of the sheet so as to correspond to the protruding surface, and an air chamber formed from the depressed surface, and the air chamber of the hollow protrusion is in a compressed state deformable der between the released state and is,
    The first ventilation groove has a first extension portion and a second extension portion, and the first extension portion is heeled along a position corresponding to a position between the front peripheral edge near the toe portion and the thumb and second finger of the foot. It extends in the longitudinal direction to the part and communicates with the air chamber, the second extension part communicates with the first extension part, and extends laterally to the inner peripheral edge near the heel part or the outer peripheral edge,
    The second vent groove communicates with the first vent groove and laterally extends from the outer peripheral edge near the outer toe site to the inner peripheral edge near the inner toe site between the toe site and the metatarsal site. Extending to
    The third air groove, contact the first ventilation groove and that you have extending transversely to the inner peripheral edge of the sheet along between the metatarsal region and the arch region from the outer peripheral edge of the sheet Features a multi-functional insole.
  2. The inner arch portion of the seat has an arcuate projection edge integrally formed by the projection on the bottom surface of the seat, the arcuate projection edge has an arcuate top surface and an arcuate bottom surface,
    The hollow protrusion is located at the edge of the arc-shaped protrusion, and the protrusion-shaped surface of the hollow protrusion is integrally formed by the protrusion on the arc-shaped top surface, and the depressed surface of the hollow protrusion is integrally formed by the depression of the arc-shaped bottom surface The multifunctional insole according to claim 1, wherein the multifunctional insole is formed.
  3. The multi-function insole according to claim 2 , wherein the arc-shaped projection edge portion further has a connection portion, and the connection portion connects the projection-like surface of the hollow projection portion and the top surface of the sheet.
  4. The multifunctional insole according to claim 1, wherein the first ventilation groove of the sheet has a narrowed portion narrower than the first ventilation groove, and the narrowed portion communicates with the first ventilation groove and the air chamber.
  5. The multi-function insole according to claim 1, wherein the first ventilation groove has a depressed vent in a front peripheral portion near the toe portion.
  6. 2. The multifunctional insole according to claim 1, wherein the second ventilation groove has a depressed vent at an outer peripheral edge or an inner peripheral edge close to a toe part and a metatarsal part.
  7. 2. The multifunctional insole according to claim 1, wherein the third ventilation groove has a depressed vent in an outer peripheral edge portion or an inner peripheral edge portion close between the metatarsal bone portion and the arch portion.
  8. The multifunctional insole according to claim 1, wherein the seat further includes another hollow protrusion portion located at the inner arch portion and the outer arch portion.
  9. The seat further has a fourth ventilation groove,
    The fourth ventilation groove communicates with the third ventilation groove and extends in the longitudinal direction from the third ventilation groove along the shape of the inner arch portion toward the heel portion. Multifunctional insole.
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