KR101053551B1 - Apparatus for fastening shoe strip - Google Patents

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KR101053551B1
KR101053551B1 KR1020100109013A KR20100109013A KR101053551B1 KR 101053551 B1 KR101053551 B1 KR 101053551B1 KR 1020100109013 A KR1020100109013 A KR 1020100109013A KR 20100109013 A KR20100109013 A KR 20100109013A KR 101053551 B1 KR101053551 B1 KR 101053551B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C11/00Other fastenings specially adapted for shoes
    • A43C11/12Slide or glide fastenings
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C11/00Other fastenings specially adapted for shoes
    • A43C11/20Fastenings with tightening devices mounted on the tongue
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43CFASTENINGS OR ATTACHMENTS OF FOOTWEAR; LACES IN GENERAL
    • A43C7/00Holding-devices for laces
    • A43C7/08Clamps drawn tight by laces

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In order to improve the convenience and productivity of the product the present invention includes a rotary cover protruding a plurality of restraining projections and pressure ribs on the lower surface; A restraining member having a guide portion formed along a rotation radius of the restraint protrusion and extending from an outer circumferential surface portion to be selectively pressed while sliding along one surface of the pressurizing rib; A reel unit coupled to a lower part to rotate in association with the restraining member, the wire being wound; A housing having a ballistic fixing means for supporting the ball to selectively restrain the rotation of the reel; And a rotation shaft penetrating the housing and the rotating cover to be coupled to the restraining member.

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Shoelace fastener {apparatus for fastening shoe strip}

The present invention relates to a shoelace tightening device, and more particularly, to a shoelace tightening device that the configuration and operation is simplified to improve convenience and productivity in use.

In general, shoes such as sneakers are provided so that the shoelaces are connected in a zigzag form so as to be in close contact with the size of the foot of the user, by pulling and tightening the shoelaces to increase the adhesion of the shoes and the foot of the user to enable comfortable walking.

Of course, shoes should be selected in a suitable size so that they do not come off while walking, and it is common to wear shoes with the shoelaces slightly loosened so that they are suitable for taking off and wearing. Tightening the shoelaces to fit is known to be good for the health of the feet.

However, it is very cumbersome to loosen or tighten the shoelaces every time you wear them, so it is common to wear them while keeping them properly tied, except in special cases. It may cause the hassle of tying the shoelaces back, and even when the shoelaces are not released, both ends of the shoelaces may not be fixed, which may give an indefinite feeling, especially when the shoelace is long.

Furthermore, for young children and seniors in elementary school and pre-elementary school, the shoelaces are not easy to tighten, and in particular, for athletes or people who are exercising, such as mountain climbing, racing, etc. Loosening of shoelaces should be absolutely prevented, because unfavorable consequences such as poor recording and the occurrence of safety accidents are caused by loose movements or knots caused by violent movement or by an external object.

In addition, during breaks during exercise, the tightly-tied shoelaces must be easy to relax, and most preferably the shoelaces can be easily tightened. Must be present

In order to facilitate the fastening and loosening of the shoelaces in conflict with each other as described above, a number of devices that can easily tighten the shoelaces have been developed. In the Korean Utility Model Registration No. 598627 filed by the applicant, Although shoelace tightening machine is disclosed, this shoelace tightening machine is inconvenient to use because it is necessary to loosen the shoelace by holding the stopper by pushing it to one side after winding the shoelace by rotating the rotating member. There was a difficult problem to use.

In addition, when the shoelace tightening machine fails to properly push the stopper to one side when the shoelace is loosened, the unwinding process is troublesome, and the reliability of the product is lowered. To solve this, a separate stopper fixture inside the rotating member If the arrangement is complicated and the number of parts increases a lot, there was a problem that the product productivity is significantly reduced.

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention is to provide a shoelace tightening device that the configuration and operation is simplified to improve the ease of use and productivity.

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention includes a rotary cover protruding a plurality of restraining projections and pressure ribs on the lower surface portion; A restraining member having a guide portion formed along a rotation radius of the restraint protrusion and extending from an outer circumferential surface portion to be selectively pressed while sliding along one surface of the pressurizing rib; A reel unit coupled to a lower part to rotate in association with the restraining member, the wire being wound; A housing having a ballistic fixing means for supporting the ball to selectively restrain the rotation of the reel; And a rotation shaft penetrating the housing and the rotating cover to be coupled to the restraining member.

Here, the ballistic fixing means is a fixing device including a protrusion formed on one side of the lower surface of the reel and the bottom of the housing, and a fixing groove formed on the other side facing to selectively engage the protrusion, and the protrusion And an elastic member provided on the bottom surface of the housing so that the lower surface portion of the reel portion is elastically supported in a direction of releasing the fixing state between the fixing groove and the fixing groove.

In addition, the restraining member is a rotational restraint portion extending in correspondence with the circumferential direction to guide the movement of the restraining protrusion along the outer edge of the guide portion, and the circumferential direction from the outer circumferential surface of the restraining member so as to be connected to the bullet restraint portion. Comprising the wing portion is formed to extend correspondingly, it is preferable that the engaging projection is formed protruding round to the restraining projection selectively restraining the sliding movement on the edge of the inlet side of the rotational restriction.

In this case, the ballistic restricting portion is bent and extended along one surface contacting the pressure rib from the end of the wing portion, and one surface contacting the ratchet-type gear of the ballistic restricting portion is preferably formed with a stepped mold to facilitate restraint. .

And, the inner side of the locking jaw is formed with a fitting groove for receiving the restraining projections, the inner edge of the guide portion protruding the restraining step facing the locking jaw so as to restrain the sliding of the restraining projections toward the end of the guide portion. Preferably formed.

The shoelace tightening device of the present invention through the above solution provides the following effects.

First, the shoelace tightening device according to the present invention is coupled to the shoelace integrally attached to the shoe can be tightened or loosened the shoelace only by the operation of rotating the rotary cover clockwise or counterclockwise, the operation is easy to use The convenience of can be significantly improved.

Second, the shoelace tightening device according to the present invention, the ballistic restraint is restrained by the ratchet-type gear is selectively fitted to the pressure rib to release the one-way restraint state and to keep the restraint state of the restraint stable operation by inconvenience By eliminating the box, the ease of use can be significantly improved.

Third, the release state in which the bullet restraint portion is fitted to the pressure rib to release the above-described one-way restraint state is such that the restraint protrusion of the rotary cover is properly maintained by the locking jaw formed inside the guide part of the restraint member. It improves the reliability and can provide a more stable operation performance because such operation is performed only under the pressurized state of the elastic locking means of the lower portion of the housing.

Fourth, the shoelace tightening device according to the present invention can be easily and stably tighten or loosen the shoelaces through a simple operation, the reliability of the product can be significantly improved.

1 is a perspective view of a shoe equipped with a shoelace tightening device according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 2a is an exploded perspective view showing a shoelace tightening device according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 2b is a perspective view showing the lower portion of the reel portion applied to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 3a and Figure 3b is a longitudinal sectional view showing the interaction of the bullet fixing means according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Figures 4a and 4b is a cross-sectional view showing the interaction between the rotating cover and the restraining member in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

Hereinafter, a shoelace tightening device according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described in detail.

1 is a perspective view of a shoe equipped with a shoelace tightening device according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in Figure 1, the shoelace tightening device 100 according to the present invention is preferably attached to the tongue top surface of the shoe, in consideration of the design may be attached to the side of the shoe. Here, as the rotary cover of the shoelace tightening device 100 rotates, the wire w is wound and pulled. Through this, the wire (w) is properly tightened according to the size including the foot width and height of the user, thereby ensuring comfortable walking.

Figure 2a is an exploded perspective view showing a shoelace tightening device according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2b is a perspective view showing a lower surface of the reel portion applied to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in FIG. 2A, the shoelace tightening device 100 according to the present invention includes a rotary cover 10, a restraining member 20, a reel unit 30, a housing 40, and a rotating shaft 50. .

Here, it is preferable that the plurality of restraining protrusions 11 and the pressing ribs 13 protrude downward from the lower surface of the rotary cover 10, and the inner circumferential surface of the pressing ribs 13 is inclined with a predetermined length. Preferably, the outer circumferential surface of the rotary cover 10 is provided with a friction part 15 which is formed of elastic material such as synthetic rubber so as to be easily rotated by a user's finger and the like. .

In addition, a lower member 20 is provided below the rotary cover 10. Here, the guide member 21 is formed in the restraint member 20 as a groove or a hole along the rotation radius of the restraint protrusion 11, and the pressure rib 13 is formed on the outer circumferential side of the restraint member 20. Sliding along the one surface of the ballistic restraint portion 27 is selectively provided to extend from the outer peripheral surface portion.

In addition, the lower portion of the restraining member 20 is provided with a reel portion 30 is coupled to rotate in conjunction with it, the central portion of the reel portion 30 of the groove shape along the circumferential direction to selectively wind or unwind the wire A winding portion is formed. The wire (w) is preferably exposed to the outside through the side of the housing 40 is connected to tighten or loosen the shoe.

Through this, when the rotary cover 10 is rotated by an external force, the rotational force is transmitted to the restraining member 20 through the restraining protrusion 11, and the restraining member 20 and the reel part 30 are substantially Rotate integrally with one another.

On the other hand, the restraining member 20 and the reel portion 30 is accommodated inside the housing 40, the ratchet type to selectively restrain the bullet binding portion 27 in the upper inner peripheral surface of the lower jing 40 Gear 45 is provided. In addition, the lower portion of the housing 40 is provided with a ballistic fixing means, the lower surface of the housing 40 is fixed to the outer shell of the shoe. In detail, the ballistic fixing means is provided to support the ball so as to selectively restrain the rotation of the reel portion 30 will be described later.

In addition, a rotation shaft 50 coupled to the restraining member 20 through the housing 40 and the rotation cover 10 is interposed, and the rotation shaft 50 includes the restraining member 20 and the reel part 30. Is formed in the center portion of the cross section is coupled to the coupling groove corresponding to the polygon is rotated integrally. In addition, the upper end of the rotating shaft 50 is rotatably supported by a fastening means 51, such as a bolt coupled through the rotating cover 10, the lower end is rotatably through the housing 40 Supported.

On the other hand, referring to Figure 2a, the rotational restricting portion 23 formed in correspondence with the circumferential direction to guide the movement of the restraining projections 11 along the outer edge of the guide portion 21 and the bullet restraining portion It comprises a wing portion 25 extending in correspondence with the circumferential direction from the outer peripheral surface of the restraining member 20 to be connected to (27). Here, the rotational restraint portion 23 and the wing portion 25 are integrally extended to a predetermined length and can be flexibly elastically deformed when a pressing force is applied to the end side.

In detail, the wing portion 25 extends in the circumferential direction from the outer circumferential surface of the restraining member 20, and the ballistic restricting portion 27 is formed along one surface of the extension portion 13 in contact with the pressure rib 13. It is preferably formed to be bent and extended.

Through the structure extending in the bent shape as described above, the ballistic restricting portion 27 is secured a sufficient distance for elastic deformation and is flexibly pressurized along the inner surface of the pressure rib 13, the pressure rib 13 Can be fitted to the inner surface side of the. At this time, it is preferable that the stepped engaging portion 27a is formed on the outer circumferential side of the shot restricting portion 17 so as to be easily engaged with the ratchet-type gear 45.

In addition, the engaging jaw 21a for selectively restraining the sliding movement of the restraining protrusion 11 is protrudingly formed at the edge of the inlet side of the rotational restricting part 23, and the inner side of the engaging jaw 21a Forming groove portion (21b of Figure 4a) is preferably formed to accommodate the restriction projection (11). Since the restraint protrusion 11 is selectively moved while giving a click feeling based on the locking step 21a, it gives the user an improved feeling of operation and a feeling of confidence of operation and improves stable operation performance.

In addition, a restraint step 29 protrudes from an inner rim of the guide part 21 to face the locking step 21a to restrain the sliding of the restraint protrusion 11 toward the distal end side of the guide part 21. The restraint protrusion 11 introduced into the guide part 21 beyond the jaw 21a is no longer restricted to move inward by the restraint step 29. Therefore, when the fixed state of the bullet fixing means to be described later in detail is released, the rotational force of the rotary cover 10 is transmitted to the locking step 21a and the locking step 29 through the restraining protrusion 11, the rotation cover 10 and the restraining member 20 may be rotated together.

On the other hand, in order for the restraining protrusion 11 to move beyond the locking step 21a to the inside of the guide portion 21, it is preferable to maintain the restraining member 20 in a fixed state.

To this end, referring to FIGS. 2A and 2B, when the rotary cover 10 is pressed downward, the elastic fixing means restrains the lower surface of the reel unit 30, wherein the reel unit 30 and the restraining member are fixed. Rotation of 20 is constrained. In this state, when the rotational force is applied to the rotary cover 10, the restraining protrusion 10 is rotated while pressing the rounded comb surface of the locking jaw 21a of the guide portion 21 while sliding and sliding The guide portion 21 may be introduced into the mating groove portion (21b of FIG. 4A) or may flow out of the locking step 21a.

In detail, the carbohydrate fixing means preferably comprises a fixing device (31, 41) and the elastic member (43). Here, the fixing device is formed on the other side of the lower surface of the reel portion 30 and the bottom surface of the housing 40 protruding portion 41 protruding and the other side to selectively engage the protrusion 41 It comprises a fixing groove (31 of Figure 2b).

In addition, the elastic member 43 supports the lower surface portion of the reel portion 30 in a direction to release the fixed state between the protrusion 41 and the fixing groove 31, preferably of the housing 40 It may be composed of a plurality of leaf springs provided on the bottom surface.

In detail, Figures 3a and 3b is a longitudinal cross-sectional view showing the interaction of the bullet fixing means according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 3A, when a force for pressing the rotating cover 10 downward is not applied, the bottom surface of the reel unit 30 is supported by the elastic member 43 and the top surface of the elastic member 43 in at least one direction. Sliding along the state is rotatable.

Meanwhile, as shown in FIG. 3B, when the user presses the rotary cover 10 downward, the protrusion part 41 is fixed to the fixing groove 31 of the lower surface of the reel part 30, and the fixed part 31 is fixed. 30) and the rotation of the restraining member 20 is fixed.

As such, when the rotation cover 10 is rotated counterclockwise in the state in which the rotation of the restraint member 20 is fixed, the bullet restraint portion 27 slides along the inner inclined surface of the pressure rib 13. While being pressed inwardly and deformed and inserted, the restraint protrusion 11 is inserted into the mating groove 21b beyond the locking step 21a (state shown in FIG. 4B). Afterwards, even when the counterclockwise rotational force is removed, the restraining protrusion 11 is constrained to the locking jaw 21a so that the ballistic restraining portion 27 formed on the restraining member 20 integrally with the restraining protrusion 11 is formed. It can be maintained without leaving the state fitted to the pressure rib (13).

In this state, since the one-way restraint state with respect to the ratchet-type gear 45 is released, the restraint member 20 and the reel part 30 are not restrained by the ratchet-type gear 45 without the housing. Independently of 40, it is freely rotatable in both directions.

In detail, the operation of the shoelace tightening device according to the present invention configured as described above will be described based on the cross section of the combined state of the rotary cover 10, the restraining member 20, and the ratchet-type gear 45 formed on the housing. Is the same as

4a and 4b is a cross-sectional view showing the interaction between the rotating cover and the restraining member in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

2A and 4A, since the bullet restraint 27 of the restraining member 20 is restrained by the ratchet-type gear 45, the rotary cover 10 and the restraining member 20 are driven by an external force. Counterclockwise rotation is constrained by the ratchet gear 45, while clockwise rotation is possible. As a result, the wire w may be wound around the reel unit 30 through a clockwise rotation, and the wound wire w may not be rotated in the counterclockwise direction in which the wire w is wound. Can be maintained.

On the other hand, as shown in Figures 2a and 4b, when a rotational force is applied to the rotary cover 10 in a state in which the rotation of the restraining member 20 is fixed under the fixed state of the above-described bullet fixing means, the restraint The protrusion 10 is located in the mating groove 21b beyond the locking jaw 21a of the guide part 21. In addition, at this time, the bullet binding portion 27 is pressed inward while sliding along the inner inclined surface of the pressing rib 13 is deformed bullet.

Through this, since the one-way restrained state between the ratchet-type gear 45 and the shot restricting portion 27 is released, when the rotary cover 10 is rotated counterclockwise, the wire w wound on the reel unit 30 is provided. Can be unwound, and when rotated clockwise, the wire (w) is wound.

In particular, the reel unit 30, the restraining member 20 and the rotary cover 10 is rotatable independently of the housing 40, so if the user pulls to both sides while holding both ends of the wire (w) exposed to the outside Since the reel unit 30 is free to rotate, it may be in a state in which the wire w can be easily released.

As described above, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, but may be modified by those skilled in the art without departing from the scope of the claims of the present invention. Such modifications are within the scope of the present invention.

w: wire 100: shoelace tightening device
10: rotation cover 20: restraining member
30: reel portion 40: housing
50: axis of rotation

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  1. A rotating cover having a plurality of restraining protrusions and pressing ribs protruding from the lower surface thereof;
    A restraining member having a guide portion formed along a rotation radius of the restraint protrusion and extending from an outer circumferential surface portion to be selectively pressed while sliding along one surface of the pressurizing rib;
    A reel unit coupled to a lower part to rotate in association with the restraining member, the wire being wound;
    A housing having a ballistic fixing means for supporting the ball to selectively restrain the rotation of the reel, the housing having a ratchet-type gear for selectively restraining the ballistic restriction part in one direction on an upper inner circumferential surface thereof; And
    Shoelace tightening device comprising a rotating shaft coupled to the restraining member through the housing and the rotary cover.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The bullet fixing means is
    A fixing device including a protrusion formed on one side of the bottom surface of the reel and the bottom of the housing, and a fixing groove formed on the other side of the reel to face the protrusion selectively;
    Shoelace tightening device characterized in that it comprises an elastic member provided on the bottom surface of the housing so that the resilient support of the lower surface of the reel portion in the direction of releasing the fixed state between the protrusion and the fixing groove.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    The restraining member is
    Rotational restraint portion extending in correspondence with the circumferential direction to guide the movement of the restraining protrusion along the outer edge of the guide portion, and wing portion extending in correspondence with the circumferential direction from the outer circumferential surface of the restraining member so as to be connected to the ballistic restraint portion. Including but not limited to
    Shoelace tightening device, characterized in that the engaging projection is formed protruding round the confinement projection selectively restrains the sliding movement in the edge of the rotational restriction portion.
  4. The method of claim 3, wherein
    The ballistic restricting portion is bent and extended from one end portion of the wing portion in contact with the pressing rib,
    Shoelace tightening device, characterized in that the step in contact with the ratchet-type gear of the bullet restraint portion is formed with a stepped mating portion to facilitate restraint.
  5. The method of claim 3, wherein
    The inner side of the locking jaw is formed with a mating groove for receiving the restraining projections,
    Shoelace tightening device characterized in that the constriction step projection is formed in the inner edge of the guide portion to confront the locking step so as to restrain the sliding toward the end of the guide portion of the restriction projection.
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