KR101131280B1 - O type and X type leg prevention and weight fit cushion shoes - Google Patents

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KR101131280B1
KR101131280B1 KR20090044310A KR20090044310A KR101131280B1 KR 101131280 B1 KR101131280 B1 KR 101131280B1 KR 20090044310 A KR20090044310 A KR 20090044310A KR 20090044310 A KR20090044310 A KR 20090044310A KR 101131280 B1 KR101131280 B1 KR 101131280B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B13/00Soles; Sole and heel units
    • A43B13/14Soles; Sole and heel units characterised by the constructive form
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B13/00Soles; Sole and heel units
    • A43B13/14Soles; Sole and heel units characterised by the constructive form
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Abstract

The present invention relates to shoes (including sneakers, etc.) based on ergonomics, and more specifically, to absorb the external shock generated when a person walks in the maximum three times, and left, right It relates to an ergonomic shoe that forms a heel of a shoe that can be replaced at any time while being separated, thereby preventing a change in an ankle joint or an O-type leg due to a change in ankle joint due to abrasion of either side.
To this end, the present invention makes the shape of the shoe heel almost the same as the heel of the person in the state in which the shock absorbing and joint deformation prevention cap is installed on the heel of the shoe, and the shock absorption and joint deformation preventing cap is separated into left and right sides. Tibial bone (protruding between the heel bone and the little toe bone, which plays an important role in balancing the weight of a person as he walks. Heel) and forefoot connections that flatten between the heel of the shoe and the front of the shoe from the outside of the shoe so that it can function.
Next, the shock absorber that can be placed between the insole and the midsole of the shoe, or formed integrally with the midsole, is modified with a weight-based shock absorber with different cushioning strength to absorb the shock with the strength appropriate to the user's weight. Make sure people with heavy weights or light weights feel comfortable cushioning.
So shoes made by the present invention,
As humans have evolved, they become shoes that resemble the most conveniently developed soles of feet, making them comfortable and free shoes like walking on a soft floor with bare feet. It can prevent deformation to the leg, and it is the most ergonomic shoe than any other shoe so far since it helps adults to normalize the body balance to the spine.
Shock absorption and joint deformation prevention cap, weight customized shock absorption device

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Prevention of O and X legs and weight-fitting cushion shoes {omitted}

The present invention relates to a shoe based on ergonomics, more specifically, to absorb the external shock that occurs when a person walks three times, one side of the shoe heel quickly wears out the ankle joint is twisted to the leg joint It affects shoes, especially those in the growing age, that prevent them from being deformed into legs O and X, and helps everyone maintain their body balance.

Until now, most shoes have been completely separated from the shoe heel (20) and the front of the shoe (13), so that the walking is not natural due to the interruption of weight movement. The heel had a closed end that provided a useless shock.

In addition, most people's shoe heel (20), although the outside wears out faster, the entire heel (20) is a whole, if a lot of wear, when you stop by the shoe repair shop can be replaced or repaired a lot of time and money was wasted, In particular, the youth of the growing age, the wear on one side of the heel of the shoe 20 quickly wears out the balance of the ankle without knowing it, it has transformed into O-type or X-type legs, and adults also naturally have an unbalanced body There are many health problems that can be caused by habits.

Also, the weight of a person is heavier and lighter, but the shock absorber that is applied to all shoes is uniformly provided, so it is a strong shock absorber for a light person and too weak for a heavy person. In reality, there are many problems with shoes, but because they do not know, they have been forced to adapt.

The present invention almost completely eliminates the shock generated when a person walks through the shoe, thereby reducing the cumulative fatigue caused by walking, thereby making everyday life easier, and one side of the heel of the shoe is severely worn out first, resulting in twisting of the ankle joint. It affects adolescents in growing stages of type O or type X legs to look aesthetically unsightly and to solve various problems caused by body imbalance,

In particular, by providing a shock-absorbing device that fits the weight of the shoe users, the heavy weight, light people, people with average weight can be comfortable walking.

The present invention is manufactured separately after producing the shape of the heel of the shoe heel so that the state of the shoe heel 20, the shock absorbing cap and the joint deformation prevention cap (30, 31-1) is almost the same as the shape of the heel of the person. The shock absorbing and joint deformation preventing caps (30, 30-1) is installed in the obtuse angled heel 20, the shock absorbing and joint deformation preventing cap fixed left projection 22 and the shock absorption and joint deformation prevention cap right projection (22 -1) fixed to each of the shoe heel 20 to complete, and from the outside of the shoe heel 20 to the outside of the front of the shoe (13), the connection between the heel and the front of the flat so that the weight shifts naturally Form.

In addition, the shock absorbing device which is integrally installed in the midsole is installed on the weight-type shock absorbing device 31 so that it can be selectively used according to the weight of a person. Try to respond comfortably.

The present invention has the shape of shoe soles and heels almost similar to the sole type that has been developed to be the most comfortable as humans evolve, and in particular, shoes are removed with little effort due to the impact absorbing and joint deformation prevention caps installed by separating the heels from left and right. Maintain a normal balance of the ankle joint to prevent deformation of the ankle joint, thereby providing a great help in maintaining a good balance of the whole body,

Due to the installation of a weight-specific shock absorber that varies the strength of shock absorption according to the user's weight, it is the most ideal ergonomic shoe to prevent the abnormality of the soles and joints because it absorbs the shock generated when a person walks.

The present invention will now be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

The heel 20 shown in Fig. 5 has a left side cap 30 for shock absorption and joint deformation prevention and a left side cap 30 for shock absorption and joint deformation prevention. The shock absorbing and joint deformation prevention right caps 30-1 are attached to each other, so that when one side of the heel divided into two is quickly worn out, the replacement is easily possible, and the shape of the entire heel 20 is shown in FIG. By making the shape almost similar to the shape of the heel of the person, as shown in FIG. 4, even without using a special adhesive, the shock absorbing and joint deformation preventing caps 30 and 30-1 are formed so as not to escape.

The heel 20 of FIG. 3 forms a connection portion 21 to the heel of the shoe and the front bottom of the shoe so that the heel of the shoe and the front of the shoe are connected flat from the outside of the shoe so that there is no disconnection during weight movement. It looks like 2.

And by attaching a weight-fitting shock absorber 31 integrally to the midsole by fixing the midsole.

Referring to the shoe thus made by Figure 1,

In order for a person to walk, one leg is stretched forward with the ankle slightly extended, and the foot extended forward to some extent touches the ground. At this time, the tip of the heel 20 protruding at a right angle provides a useless shock. Kill the angle to the heel of the foot to reduce unnecessary impact.

When one foot touches the ground, the whole body moves forward and at the same time, the ankle joint passes a right angle to the acute angle and pushes forward to the front of the foot to form a driving force, alternating left and right alternately to walk. Shoes are separated so that the heel 20 and the front of the shoe 13 are completely chin, so that the weight movement is cut off in the middle, or the whole foot is flattened, or as a result, the feet of the person are flattened. Pulmonization or flattening.

In addition, the latest heels (20) and the shoes that killed a lot of the angle of the front part, ignoring the role of the ankle joint, paying attention only to shock prevention and weight shift, so that the center part of the sole of the shoe protrudes bulging In addition, it was difficult to walk comfortably without significant practice, and it was a fact that those who stood long or used a lot of public transportation could not balance well, which was a considerable difficulty.

However, the shoes made by the present invention is primarily reduced by the angle of the heel 20 killed at the angle of the heel of the person,
The shock is absorbed by the soft elasticity of the shock absorbing and joint deformation prevention caps (30, 30-1) which are divided into two left and right in the heel,
Since the shock absorbing device is formed by the weight-matching shock absorber 31 integrally formed in the midsole, the sole and the joints can be protected with almost perfect shock absorbing power, and the heel 20 is divided into left and right shock absorbers. And joint deformation prevention caps (30, 30-1) is installed so that if one wears out quickly, it can be easily replaced to balance the shoes, so that one side of the heel 20 is worn out a lot due to crooked shoes Bring up the transformation,
It also affects the leg joints, which can prevent the growth of adolescents from transforming into type O or X legs,
Adults can also benefit a lot from maintaining good body balance.

1 is a cross-sectional end view of the shoe.

Figure 2 is a front view of the floor with a cap for preventing shock absorption and joint deformation.

Figure 3 is a longitudinal cut cross-sectional view of the heel.

Figure 4 is a cut-away cross-sectional view of the cap for preventing shock absorption and joint deformation.

Figure 5 is a front view of the heel off the cap for shock absorption and joint deformation prevention.
`` Explanation of symbols for main parts of drawings ''
10; shoes
11; Midsole
12; bottom piece
20; heels
21; Heel and front connections
22; Capillary left protrusion for shock absorption and joint deformation prevention.
22-1; Fixed right protrusion on cap for shock absorption and joint deformation prevention.
30; Left cap for shock absorption and joint deformation prevention.
30-1; Right side cap for shock absorption and joint deformation prevention.
31; Weight customized shock absorber (integrated with midsole)

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  1. After making the heel 20 of the shoe more obtuse than the human heel, the heel 20 of the shoe is covered with a soft and elastic shock absorbing and joint deformation prevention caps 30 and 30-1 on the obtuse area. The overall shape is similar to the shape of a human heel, and the shock absorbing and joint deformation prevention caps (30, 30-1) are separated into left and right to easily replace the worn out part, and the heel and front part of the shoe "O-type, X-type leg prevention and weight fit cushion shoes", characterized in that it has a heel and the front connection portion 21 so that it can be connected flat from the outside, such as the arch of the foot
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