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KR101580598B1
KR101580598B1 KR1020090051842A KR20090051842A KR101580598B1 KR 101580598 B1 KR101580598 B1 KR 101580598B1 KR 1020090051842 A KR1020090051842 A KR 1020090051842A KR 20090051842 A KR20090051842 A KR 20090051842A KR 101580598 B1 KR101580598 B1 KR 101580598B1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
    • A41B11/00Hosiery; Panti-hose
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
    • A41B11/00Hosiery; Panti-hose
    • A41B11/003Hosiery with intermediate sections of different elasticity

Abstract

It is an object of the present invention to provide a sock which improves the exercise function by improving the strength and the quick acting force when walking or running.
The sock 1 has a cylindrical first toe supporting portion 3, a substantially annular heel catching portion 4, a first connecting piece 4 for connecting the first toe supporting portion 3 and the heel catching portion 4, (5), a drag preventing piece (6), and a toe covering portion (7) made of a strong force portion (2) configured to have a stronger force than other portions. The first toe of the foot supported by the first toe support portion 3 is pulled from the rear side by the heel catching portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 when the sock is put on, The force is applied in the form of facing inward to the opposite direction of the toe.
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Socks {Socks}

The present invention relates to a sock, and more particularly to a sock that improves motor performance.

Several types of socks have been proposed in the prior art for enhancing motor skills. As a sock for enhancing this type of exercise function, for example, a foot corresponding to the base of the toe tip of the forefoot ahead of the heel is provided with a fastening portion corresponding to the entire circumference of the foot from the foot to the foot (Patent Document 1) In the above embodiment, it is proposed that the formation of an arch or the like that does not step on the soil is encouraged, that is, the function of not pressing the soil is maintained, so that a comfortable state with less fatigue can be maintained .

[Patent Document 1]

Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2002-69701

However, as described in the above Patent Document 1, it is possible to maintain the function of not stepping on the soil, and it is easy to put the force on the first toe when driving or walking, thereby making it possible to exert the force and the quick- I could not get it high.

An object of the present invention is to provide a sock which is easy to exert a force or a quick-acting force and can obtain a high exercise function while standing or walking.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances and has solved the above problem by providing a sock having the following features. The invention according to Claim 1 of the present application is characterized in that it comprises a first toe inlet portion for inserting a first toe of a foot, a fifth toe inlet portion for inserting a fifth toe of the foot, a heel receiving portion for receiving a heel of the foot, And a foot covering portion covering the sole surface. The sock includes a strong force portion and a weak force portion having a weaker force than the rubber force portion. The rubber force portion has a shape obtained by supporting at least the first toe A first toe support portion disposed on the first toe inlet portion, a heel catching portion provided on the heel receiving portion in a shape obtained by being engaged with the heel, A fifth toe covering portion formed on the fifth toe inflow portion in such a shape as to surround the fifth toe of the foot and disposed on all or a part of the fifth toe inflow portion; And a second connecting piece connecting the fifth toe covering portion and the heel catching portion, wherein the weak force applying portion has a portion adjacent to at least a part of the first connecting piece of the isofia abdominal portion and at least a portion of the first connecting piece And at least one region adjacent to a part of the sock. Here, the " long force portion " refers to a contracting force when the material to be stretched is reduced.

According to a second aspect of the present invention, there is provided a sock according to the first aspect of the present invention, wherein the heel catching portion is a portion excluding the top portion of the heel and surrounds the crotch portion, and the weakened force portion is a portion surrounded by the heel catching portion And a heel portion covering portion covering the heel portion.

According to a third aspect of the present invention, there is provided a sock according to the first or second aspect, wherein the strong force part includes a drag prevention piece for preventing dragging of the first connection piece in a circumferential bending direction of the foot, At least one of the sole covering portions is connected to the first connecting piece arranged to partition the front portion and the rear portion, and the weakened force portion includes the divided front portion and the rear portion.

According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, there is provided a sock according to the first aspect, wherein the first connecting piece is formed in a band shape to cover the inner end of the foot, Shaped pull-out piece for preventing dragging, wherein both ends of the drag-preventing piece in the longitudinal direction are respectively connected to both end portions in the width direction of the first connecting piece, and in the middle thereof, And the covering portion is divided into a front portion and a rear portion, respectively, and the weakened force portion includes the divided front portion and the rear portion.

According to a fifth aspect of the present invention, there is provided a sock according to the first aspect, wherein the weakened force part has a portion adjacent to at least a part of the second connecting piece of the isopapid abdomen and a portion adjacent to at least a part of the second connecting piece And at least one of the two regions.

According to a sixth aspect of the invention, there is provided a sock according to claim 1, wherein the sock includes a second toe inlet, a third toe inlet and a fourth toe inlet, each of which has a second toe, a third toe and a fourth toe, A second toe covering portion formed on the entirety or a part of the second toe inflow portion so as to surround the second toe of the foot, and a second toe covering portion formed to surround the third toe of the foot, At least one of a third toe covering portion disposed on all or a portion of the three toe inlet portion and a fourth toe covering portion formed on the whole or a part of the fourth toe inlet portion in a shape to surround the fourth toe of the foot .

According to claim 1 of the present invention, there is provided a strenghtening force part and a weak force part having a weaker force than the strong force part. Therefore, the strong and strong portion includes a first toe support portion provided on the first toe inlet portion in a form obtained by supporting at least the first toe, and a second toe support portion provided on the heel receiving portion in a form obtained by being engaged with the heel, A fifth connecting part for connecting the first toe supporting part and the heel catching part, a fifth toe covering part formed on the fifth toe inflow part in a shape to surround the fifth toe of the foot, And a second connecting piece connecting the fifth toe covering portion and the heel catching portion. In addition, the weak impulse portion includes at least one portion between a portion adjacent to at least a portion of the first connecting piece of the isopapid abdomen and a portion adjacent to at least a portion of the first connecting piece out of the plantar covering portion.

The first toe supported by the first toe support portion is pulled from the rear side by the heel catching portion and the first connecting piece and the force is applied to the inner side in the direction opposite to the other four toes . Thus, it is possible to easily apply force to the first toe of the foot when walking and running. In particular, it is possible to facilitate the application of force to a first toe of a person in such a form that the first toe is directed to the outside of the other four toe directions.
Further, when walking and running, it is possible to force the fifth toe covered with the fifth toe covering portion in a shape directed toward the outward direction opposite to the first toe. As a result, it becomes possible to take a form of force directed toward the inside of the first toe of the foot when walking and running. As a result, it is possible to further force the first toe, and it is also possible to correct the inward curved state of the small toe.

Therefore, it is possible to improve the motion function of the foot by making it easier to exert the force, the quick-acting force, It also makes it possible to calibrate the state of the toe to the second toe (exoskeleton).

Also, at this time, the heel catch can be brought to the heel so that the first toe support can always be held in a state of applying a tensile force from the heel even when the muscles of the sole are stretched or shrunk when walking or running. As a result, it is possible to prevent the function of the strong force portion from being deteriorated.

According to claim 2, the heel catching portion is a portion excluding the top portion of the heel and is formed in a shape to surround the abovementioned heel. Further, the weakened force portion is a portion surrounded by the heel receiving portion and includes a heel portion covering portion covering a portion of the heel.

According to the above-described work, the inner surface of the heel receiving portion can be forced into the inner surface of the heel of the foot, so that the heel receiving portion can be reliably held on the rear surface of the heel of the foot.

According to Claims 3 and 4, the strong force portion includes a drag preventing member for preventing dragging of the first connecting piece in the circumferential direction of the foot.

By doing so, it is possible to prevent the first connecting piece from being dragged and moved in the circumferential direction of the foot during walking and running, so that the first toe support portion is always held in the opposite direction to the other four toes It is possible to maintain a state in which the force is applied in a form of facing the inside.

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According to claim 6, the strong impulse portion includes at least one of a second toe covering portion, a third toe covering portion, and a fourth toe covering portion.

Thus, in addition to the first toe of the foot, it is possible to tighten at least one of the second to fourth toes. Therefore, it is possible to have a feeling that it is easy to give power when walking and running, and moreover, it is possible to easily exert the force and the quick-acting force, and furthermore, It will be possible to expect.

BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION Hereinafter, the best mode for carrying out the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. Fig. 1 is a plan view of a sock according to an embodiment of the present invention, Fig. 2 is a bottom view of Fig. 1, and Fig. 3 is a perspective view showing the sock in a state of being worn.

The sock 1 of the above embodiment has a foot inflow portion 11 on the rear side in the same shape as a general sock and is provided with a foot 100 (see Fig. 3) from the foot inflow portion 11 . The sock 1 is provided with a sole abdominal portion covering the foot, a sole covering portion covering the sole surface, and an ankle covering portion covering the ankle portion. The sock 1 includes a heel portion (heel portion) And a heel receiving portion 19 for receiving the side surface and the rear surface of the heel.

The sock 1 also has a first toe inlet 13 for receiving a first toe (a big toe or a foot finger of the foot), and four socks for putting each second to fifth toes of a foot Toe inlet (14).

Specifically, the toe inlet 14 includes a second toe inlet 15 for receiving the second toe, a third toe inlet 16 for receiving the third toe, a fourth toe inlet 16 for receiving the fourth toe, And a fifth toe inlet 18 into which a fifth toe (a small toe or a small finger of a foot) is inserted.

The sock 1 of the above embodiment has a strong impulse portion 2 and a weak impulse portion which is disposed on a portion other than the above mentioned strong impulse portion 2 and weaker than the impulse force portion 2 . The first toe support portion 3 and the heel catching portion 4 and the first connection piece 4 connecting the first toe support portion 3 and the heel catching portion 4, 5, a drag preventing piece 6, a toe covering portion 7, and the like.

As shown in Figs. 1 and 2, the first toe-supporting portion 3 of the above embodiment is formed so as to extend over the entire circumference of the first toe inflow portion 13 except the front end thereof, As shown in Fig. Thus, the first toe covering almost entirely covered can be supported by the first toe support portion 3.

2, the heel catching portion 4 is disposed in the heel receiving portion 19. The portion of the heel receiving portion 19 excluding the heel holding portion 19 is provided with a portion And is formed in each annular shape having a surrounding shape. 3, the heel of the foot 100 from the heel side surface 121 to the heel back surface 122 and the heel fixing portion 123 (Fig. 3) It is possible to cover the front portion of the back of the wearer's body.

Here, the length L1 (shown in Fig. 2) from the heel catching portion 4 to the first toe support portion 3 is slightly shorter than the length from the heel rear surface 122 of the foot to the base end portion of the first toe Is set. The heel catching portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 described later are stretched when the sock 1 is put on the heel catching portion 4 and the heel catching portion 4 is hooked on the rear surface 122 of the heel, The first toe supported by the first toe supporting portion 3 is pulled from the rear side by the first connecting piece 4 and the first connecting piece 5 described later.

The heel receiving portion 19 is provided with a heel portion 123 excluding the front portion at a portion surrounded by the heel receiving portion 4 (inner circumferential side), i.e., the heel receiving portion (See Fig. 1). In addition, the heel portion covering portion 41 constitutes a part of the weak force portion (the other portion described above), and is formed in such a shape that the force of force that is longer than the heel catching portion 4 becomes weak.

In the above embodiment, the first connecting piece 5 is formed in a band shape. In the above embodiment, the width of the first connecting piece 5 is such that it covers the upper portion, the side portion and the lower portion of the inner end of the foot. The width of the first connecting piece 5 is not limited to that of the above-described embodiment, but may be suitably changed. For example, the width of the upper end of the inner end of the foot and the width of one or both of the side and the bottom are also preferable .

In the above embodiment, the toe covering portion 7 is provided substantially in the entirety of the second toe inflow portion 15 to the fifth toe inflow portion 18 of the toe inflow portion 14 except for the front end, The third toe covering portion 7b and the fourth toe covering portion 7c and the fifth toe covering portion 7b, which are arranged over the entire circumference of the second toe covering portion 7a and surround each of the second to fifth toe portions, And a cover portion 7d.

In the above embodiment, the second toe covering portion 7a to the fifth toe covering portion 7d are connected to each other at their proximal ends, and the second toe covering portion 7a and the first toe supporting portion 3) are connected at the base end.

The drag preventing member 6 is formed in a band shape to prevent the first connecting piece 5 from deviating in the circumferential direction of the foot. In the above-described embodiment, the one end in the longitudinal direction thereof is connected to the upper part of the front-rear center of the first connecting piece. On the other hand, the other end portion in the longitudinal direction is connected to the lower portion of the substantially middle portion of the first connecting piece 5.

In addition, the central portion of the drag preventing member 6 is disposed at the front and rear central portions of each of the sole abdominal region and the sole foot portion in a form of crossing each of them. More specifically, the central portion of the dragging-preventing piece 6 is formed in such a manner as to be substantially perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the first connecting piece 5, from the first connecting piece 5 to the foot and outer side, 1 to the connecting piece 5, and is provided so as to be able to circulate the feet in the width direction. Accordingly, each of the sole abdominal portion and the sole covering portion is partitioned into the front portion and the rear portion by the dragging-preventing pieces 6. Therefore, each of the dorsal raphe portion and the sole covering portion of the embodiment is constituted by the front and rear central portions in which the drag preventing pieces 6 are disposed, and the front portion and the rear portion defined by the drag preventing pieces 6. [

In the above embodiment, the fragile portion includes the front portion and the rear portion of the isoptoedic abdominal region divided by the above-described drag preventing piece 6, the front and rear portions of the sole covering portion, the toe portion covering portion 41, And a distal end of each of the first toe inlet (13) to the fifth toe inlet (18).

1 and 2, the front portion of the sole abdominal portion has a first toe supporting portion 3, a first connecting piece 5, a dragging piece 6, and a toe And the rear portion of the sole abdominal abdomen is adjacent to each of the first connecting piece 5 and the drag preventing piece 6, respectively.

The front portion of the sole covering portion is adjacent to each of the first sole support portion 3, the first connecting piece 5, the dragging piece 6, and the toe covering portion 7 as shown in Fig. 2, The rear portion of the foot covering portion is adjacent to the first connecting piece 5, the dragging piece 6, and the heel catching portion 4, respectively.

In the above embodiment, the first sole support portion 3, the heel catching portion 4, the toe covering portion 7, and the first connecting piece 5 constituting the strong force application portion 2 have a dent of 70 denier (Plain knitting) using four yarns (SCY PU70d / NY30d) covering 30 deniers of nylon to polyurethane.

The dragging preventing piece 6 constituting the strong force applying portion 2 is formed by using 32 steps (32/1 T / C) in which polyester and cotton are blended as front yarns (Rubber piece) using a yarn (SCY PU20d / NY70d) covering 20 denier polyurethane and 70 denier nylon as a backing yarn.

On the other hand, a portion other than the first toe support portion 3, the heel catching portion 4, the toe covering portion 7, the first connecting piece 5, and the drag preventing piece 6, (Plain knitting) using the same notation and lissar as the knitting yarn 6 shown in Fig.

In this configuration, the first toe support 3, the heel catch 4, the toe covering 7, and the first connecting piece 5 are used for the weakened force part (the other part) And a stronger force is formed so as to be stronger than the weaker force portion as the thread and the method of knitting (knitting method) are changed.

It is also possible to use a thread or a method of using the drag preventing portion 6 with respect to the first toe supporting portion 3, the heel catching portion 4, the toe covering portion 7 and the first connecting piece 5 Depending on the task of changing, the force that is longer than its portion is formed to be weak. In addition, the drag preventing portion 6 is formed to have a stronger force stronger than the weak force portion in accordance with the change of the floating method with respect to the weak force portion.

According to the above configuration, when the sock 1 is put on the foot, the heel catching portion 4 is hooked on the heel rear surface 122 in a state in which the heel catching portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 are stretched do. Thus, the first toe supported by the first toe support portion 3 can be pulled from the rear side by the heel catching portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5, and can be pulled back from the other four toes (In the X direction in Fig. 1), so that the first toe can be directed toward the inside.

At this time, in order to make the first toe supporting portion 3, the heel receiving portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 stronger than the weak force portion, the first toe is directed inward .

This makes it easier to apply force to the first toe of the foot when walking or running. Therefore, it is possible to apply a force or a quick-acting force to the foot for a greater standing during walking or running, thereby improving the motion function of the foot. Particularly, the first toe of the person having the first toe directed to the inside of the other four toes can be made to be inwardly directed, and the first toe can be applied.

At this time, in order to engage the heel catching portion 4 on the rear surface of the heel, even when the muscles of the soles of the feet are stretched or shrunk when walking or running, the first toe support portion 3 is always pulled from the back of the heel In a state where it is possible to keep the state.

Since the heel holding portion 4 is formed in a substantially annular shape and the heel holding portion 41 is formed on the inner circumferential side of the heel holding portion 4 so as to have a weaker force than the heel holding portion 4, The bottom surface of the heel of the foot can be easily introduced into the inner circumferential side of the heel receiving portion 4 so that the heel receiving portion 4 can be surely caught on the rear surface of the heel.

It is also possible to prevent the first connecting piece 5 from being pulled in the circumferential direction of the foot when the first and second toe supporting portions 3 and 4 are in contact with each other It is possible to take a force in the form of being directed inwardly in the opposite direction to the other four toes.

Moreover, it is possible to tightly fasten the first to fifth toes of the foot by the toe covering portion 7, respectively. More preferably, each of the second to fifth toe portions is preferably tightened. Accordingly, by applying force to each of the toes when walking or running, it is possible to have a sense of being able to exert a force or a quick-acting force and to expect further improvement of the motion function of the foot .

Further, in the above-described embodiment, the heel receiving portion 4 is formed in an annular shape to surround the heel portion. However, the heel receiving portion 4 is not limited to being formed in a substantially annular shape (including a very round ring shape) This is possible. 4 and 5, the heel receiving portion 4 may be formed in a substantially circular or oval shape in almost the entire area of the heel receiving portion 19, , The heel side surface, and the back surface of the heel. Also in this configuration, the heel catching portion 4 can be hooked on the heel of the foot. Or the heel catching portion 4 is preferably a prismatic shape.

Further, in the case of forming the heel catch 4 in the form of a ring having a shape that surrounds the heel portion, the shape of the heel catch 4 is not limited to the shape that is entirely connected in the circumferential direction according to the above embodiment, .

In the above embodiment, only the first toe of the foot is directed inward by the first toe supporting portion 3, the heel catching portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5. However, the present invention is not limited to this, So as to force the fifth toe in the form of pointing the fifth toe outward.

More specifically, as shown in Fig. 6, a second connecting piece 8 for connecting the fifth toe covering portion 7d and the heel receiving portion 4 is provided. The second connecting piece 8 is adjacent to the front portion and the rear portion of the sole abutment portion with the second connecting piece 8 and the front and rear portions of the sole abutment portion. The fifth toe covered with the fifth toe covering portion 7d is stretched from the rear side in the heel catching portion 4 and the second connecting piece 8 and is wound on the outer side (In the Y direction in Fig. 6).

As a result, it is possible to work in the form of being directed toward the first toe of the foot when walking or running. As a result, it is possible to force the first toe further, and it is also possible to correct a state in which the small toe is curved inward (inboard small toe).

In the above embodiment, the toe covering portion 7 is composed of four pieces of the second toe covering portion 7a to the fifth toe covering portion 7d. However, the shape of the toe covering portion 7 is not limited to this, Is preferably composed of one or more of the second toe covering section (7a) to the fifth toe covering section (7d), and can be suitably changed.

It is also preferable that the toe covering portion 7 is not entirely provided. The toe inlet portion 14 of the sock 1 is formed into a shape having the second toe inlet portion 15 to the fifth toe inlet portion 18 in the case where the entirety of the toe covering portion 7 is not provided It is also preferable that the second toe to fifth toe flow simultaneously.

In the above embodiment, the first toe supporting portion 3 is provided on a part of the first toe inlet portion 13, but the present invention is not limited to this. For example, But it is also preferable that it is provided in the entirety of the one-toe inlet portion 13, and it can be suitably changed. Also, the second toe covering portion 7a to the fifth toe covering portion 7d are not limited to the form in which they are provided on a part of each of the second toe inflow portion 15 to the fifth toe inflow portion 18 For example, at least one of the second toe covering portion 7a to the fifth toe covering portion 7d is provided on the entirety of each of the second toe inflow portion 15 to the fifth toe inflow portion 18 It is also preferable, and appropriate changes are possible.

In the above embodiment, the first toe supporting portion 3 and the toe covering portion 7 are cylindrical in shape connected to each other in the circumferential direction. However, it is also preferable that the first toe supporting portion 3 and the toe covering portion 7 are cylindrical in shape.

In the above embodiment, the front portion and the rear portion of each of the sole abdominal portion and the sole covering portion constituting a part of the weak impulse portion are made weak and the front portion and the rear portion thereof are adjacent to the first connecting piece 5, It is preferable that the abutment portion includes at least one portion between a portion adjacent to at least a part of the first connecting piece 5 of the sole abdominal abdomen and a portion adjacent to at least a part of the first connecting piece 5 among the foot covering portion And appropriate changes are possible.

One or both of the front portion and the rear portion may be adjacent to the first connecting piece 5 on at least one of the shoulder abdominal portion and the sole portion or the entirety of at least one of the sole abdominal portion and the sole covering portion may be And the weak force portion is made adjacent to the first connecting piece 5. [0051] As shown in Fig.

In addition, in the case of providing the second connecting piece 8 in addition to the first connecting piece 5, in the same form, the weakly-pushed portion has a portion adjacent to at least a part of the second connecting piece 8, 2 and at least one portion adjacent to at least a part of the connecting piece 8, and appropriate changes are possible.

When two or more toe covering portions 7 are provided, it is preferable that they are connected to each other. However, it is also preferable that the toe covering portions 7 are independently formed independently of each other and can be changed appropriately.

In the above-described embodiment, only one drag prevention piece 6 is provided, but the shape is not limited to this, and it is also preferable that two or more drag prevention pieces 6 are provided. 7 and 8, a first drag preventing member 61 having both ends connected to the center of substantially the front and rear of the first connecting piece 5, and a second drag preventing member 61 connecting both ends of the first drag preventing member 61 to the heel receiving portion 4. [ It is also preferable that the second drag preventing member 62 be formed of the second drag preventing member 62.

According to the above work, the first drag prevention piece 61 can prevent the dragging of the first connection piece 5 in the circumferential direction of the foot. On the other hand, it is possible to prevent the second drag preventing member 62 from being dragged in the circumferential direction of the foot of the first connecting piece 5, and to prevent dragging of the heel of the foot of the heel receiving portion 4 do.

In the above embodiment, the drag preventing piece 6 is weaker than the first toe supporting portion 3, the heel receiving portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5. However, the present invention is not limited to this type , And appropriate changes are possible. For example, it is also preferable to form the drag preventing member 6 so as to have the same long force as that of the first toe supporting portion 3, the heel receiving portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5.

The long force of the drag preventing member 6 is made to be the same as that of the first toe supporting portion 3, the heel receiving portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 so as to be supported by the first toe supporting portion 3 There is a fear that the tensile force is applied to the first toe and the heel catching portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 in comparison with the case where the long force is weak. Therefore, in the case of the above embodiment, it is preferable that the dragging preventing piece 6 is made weaker than the first toe supporting portion 3, the heel receiving portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5.

In the above embodiment, the first toe supporting portion 3, the heel receiving portion 4, the toe covering portion 7, and the first connecting piece 5 are formed to have a long force of the same size. However, It is also desirable to have one or more of these installed at different distances from one another.

It is also preferable that all of the shapes of the above embodiments are formed with the same long force even in the case of the weakly impressed portions in the portions other than the strong force applying portion 2. However, Also, the knitting structure is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and appropriate changes are possible.

In the above-described embodiment, the weak force parts 2 and the weak force parts in the other parts are all made of the same knitting structure. However, the shape is not limited to this, and appropriate changes are possible. For example, it is also possible to use a different yarn or another twisting method in the course of forming a weak knuckle portion in a strong force-applying portion 2 or another portion with a predetermined knitting (knitting) using a predetermined yarn, It is also preferable to use a method of mixing different flocculating methods.

More specifically, for example, a strong force part 2 is formed into a sheathed piece by using the above-mentioned thread (SCY PU70d / NY30d), and the single yarn (32/1 T / C) and the yarn (SCY PU 20d / NY 70d). Further, it is preferable that the range in which the other yarn or another method is mixed is within a range in which the long force of the strong force-applying portion 2 becomes stronger than the other portions.

Alternatively, depending on a change in one or both of the yarn used and the method of levying the strong impulse portion 2 with respect to the weak impulse portion in the other portion, And can be changed appropriately.

Or, for example, according to the same thread and method of flotation, a sock body of substantially the same overall length is formed. Therefore, it is also preferable that the sheet-like article or the cloth composed of a synthetic resin or the like having a stronger force than the sock body thereof is attached by means of printing, adhesion, sealing or other attaching means. Alternatively, it is preferable that the liquid synthetic resin is formed on a part of the sock main body so as to form a strong part having long force.

 The value of the long force of the first toe support portion 3, the heel catching portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5 is not particularly limited. However, when the sock 1 is put on, the first toe support portion 3, It is preferable that the first toe has such a long force as to keep the first toe inward by the tensile force of the engaging portion 4 and the first connecting piece 5.

In the above embodiment, the sock is configured to cover the ankle of the foot. However, the sock is not limited to this shape. For example, the sock may cover the knee of the foot, tights, stockings, pantyhose, Appropriate changes are possible.

1 is a plan view showing a sock according to an embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a bottom view of the sock.

3 is a perspective view showing a state in which the socks are put on.

4 is a bottom view showing a sock according to another embodiment;

Fig. 5 is a perspective view of the sock of the above-described other embodiment in a stretched state.

6 is a bottom view showing a sock of another embodiment.

7 is a plan view showing another sock of another embodiment.

Fig. 8 is a perspective view showing a state in which the sock of another still another embodiment is worn. Fig.

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1: sock 2: strong force part

3: first toe support part 4: heel catching part

5: first connecting piece 6:

Claims (6)

  1. A fifth toe inlet portion for inserting the fifth toe of the foot, a heel receiving portion for accommodating the heel of the foot, a soaked abdominal portion covering the foot, and a sole covering portion covering the sole surface. In the sock provided,
    And a weak impulse portion having a weaker force than the strong impulse portion,
    The first and second toe inlets are formed on the first toe inlet portion. The first toe support portion is formed by supporting at least the first toe and the first toe inlet portion. A first connecting piece connecting the first toe supporting portion and the heel catching portion, and a second toe holding portion formed on the fifth toe inlet portion in a shape to surround the fifth toe of the foot, And a second connecting piece connecting the fifth toe covering portion and the heel catching portion,
    Characterized in that the weakened force portion includes at least one portion of a portion of the sole abdominal abdomen adjacent to at least a portion of the first connecting piece and a portion of the bottom covering portion adjacent to at least a portion of the first connecting piece .
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The heel catching portion is a portion excluding a top portion of the heel and is formed in a shape to surround the above-
    Characterized in that the weakened force portion is a portion surrounded by the heel catching portion and includes a heel portion covering portion covering a portion of the heel.
  3. 3. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    Wherein the strong force portion includes a drag preventing member for preventing dragging of the first connecting piece in the circumferential direction of the foot,
    Wherein the drag preventing member is connected to the first connecting piece disposed so as to partition the front portion and the rear portion of at least one of the isopapide portion and the foot covering portion,
    Wherein the weakened force portion includes the partitioned front portion and the rear portion.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the first connecting piece is formed in a band shape to cover the inner end of the foot,
    The strong force portion includes a strip-shaped drag preventing member for preventing dragging of the first connecting piece in the circumferential direction of the foot,
    The drag preventing member has both end portions in the longitudinal direction thereof connected to the opposite end portions in the width direction of the first connecting piece, respectively, and an intermediate portion thereof is provided in such a manner as to divide the sole abdominal portion and the sole covering portion into a front portion and a rear portion ,
    Wherein the weakened force portion includes the partitioned front portion and the rear portion.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    Characterized in that the weakened force part includes at least one portion of a portion of the sole abdominal abdomen that is adjacent to at least a portion of the second connecting piece and a portion of the sole abdomen that is adjacent to at least a portion of the second connecting piece Amount - say.
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    The sock may further include a second toe inlet, a third toe inlet and a fourth toe inlet for receiving the second toe, third toe and fourth toe of the foot,
    The second toe enclosure being configured to surround the second toe of the foot and to surround the third toe of the foot, the second toe enclosure being configured to surround the second toe inlet, And at least one of a fourth toe covering portion formed on the whole or a part of the fourth toe inflow portion in a shape to surround the fourth toe of the foot, .
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