KR20080099516A - A functional footwear - Google Patents

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KR20080099516A
KR20080099516A KR1020070045152A KR20070045152A KR20080099516A KR 20080099516 A KR20080099516 A KR 20080099516A KR 1020070045152 A KR1020070045152 A KR 1020070045152A KR 20070045152 A KR20070045152 A KR 20070045152A KR 20080099516 A KR20080099516 A KR 20080099516A
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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
    • A43B13/18Resilient soles
    • A43B13/181Resiliency achieved by the structure of the sole
    • A43B13/182Helicoidal springs
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B1/00Footwear characterised by the material
    • A43B1/0054Footwear provided with magnets, magnetic parts or magnetic substances
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A43FOOTWEAR
    • A43BCHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF FOOTWEAR; PARTS OF FOOTWEAR
    • A43B7/00Footwear with health or hygienic arrangements
    • A43B7/14Footwear with foot-supporting parts
    • A43B7/1405Footwear with foot-supporting parts provided with pads or holes on one or more locations, or having an anatomical or curved form
    • A43B7/1455Footwear with foot-supporting parts provided with pads or holes on one or more locations, or having an anatomical or curved form with special properties
    • A43B7/146Footwear with foot-supporting parts provided with pads or holes on one or more locations, or having an anatomical or curved form with special properties provided with acupressure points or means for footmassage

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The present invention relates to a functional shoe, and more particularly, absorbs and mitigates the impact caused by weight when walking to protect the ankle and knee joints and at the same time to induce interest to be pleasant walking, and to promote blood circulation by the magnetic field It relates to a functional shoe that can greatly contribute to health promotion.
 According to the functional shoe of the present invention, when the shock absorber absorbs and cushions the shock when walking, the vibration plate is automatically vibrated by the operating member using the absorption dampening operation, causing the wearer's interest to be pleasant to walk, and at the same time the vibration plate Magnetic field generated in the first magnet provided at the end stimulates the sole of the wearer's foot blood to promote blood circulation, thereby promoting a significant contribution to health promotion.

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Functional footwear
1 is a schematic view showing a cross-sectional view of a portion of a functional shoe according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 2 is a perspective view of the vibration means according to an embodiment of the present invention.
"A" and "I" of Figure 3 is an operation of the vibration means according to an embodiment of the present invention.
"A" and "I" of Figure 4 is a state of use of functional shoes according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Explanation of symbols for the main parts of the drawings
100: functional footwear of the present invention 110: upper
120: bottom 122: first mounting room
124: second installation room 126: connecting passage
128: air passage 130: vibration means
132: shock absorber 134: moving body
136: coil spring 138: diaphragm
140: first magnet 142: operating member
144: first arm 146: second arm
148: second magnet 150: third magnet
h: hinge
The present invention relates to a functional shoe, and more particularly, absorbs and mitigates the impact caused by weight when walking to protect the ankle and knee joints and at the same time to induce interest to be pleasant walking, and to promote blood circulation by the magnetic field It relates to a functional shoe that can greatly contribute to health promotion.
In general, the shoe is composed of an upper part protecting the wearer's instep and a bottom part attached to the lower part of the upper part to protect the sole part of the wearer, wherein the bottom part is again attached to the cushioning midsole and the bottom part of the midsole. It is classified as an outsole.
On the other hand, in recent years, such shoes have been proposed a number of functional shoes with a shock absorbing function is added. That is, by inserting a shock absorbing member such as a spring or an air bag inside the heel portion of the bottom portion is configured to absorb and mitigate the impact of the weight when walking.
The shock absorbing shoes described above are easily manufactured and have good shock absorbing power. However, the shock absorbing member used in such shoes, that is, the spring and the airbag had a disadvantage in that the absorbing power is lost when used for a long time.
In addition, in recent years, there is an urgent need for a multifunctional shoe that can improve health beyond simple shock absorbing shoes.
The present invention has been made to solve the above problems, absorbs and mitigates the shock caused by weight when walking to protect the ankle and knee joints and at the same time induces interest to be pleasant walking, and promotes blood circulation by the magnetic field To provide a functional shoe that can contribute significantly to the promotion of health.
In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides a first mounting chamber and a second mounting chamber respectively connected to each other through a connecting passage in the heel portion and the middle portion of the bottom portion, and the first and second mounting chambers of the bottom portion are walked. Vibration means for absorbing the impact caused by the vibration and magnetic field is provided.
Preferably the vibration means is provided in the first mounting chamber of the bottom portion, the shock absorber is configured to absorb the shock when walking by the vertical movement of the moving body; A diaphragm having one end fixed to a side wall of the second mounting chamber of the bottom part and the other end thereof extended, and a first magnet having a magnetic field embedded in an end thereof; And one end is connected to the moving body of the shock absorber, the other end is configured to include an operating member which is located under the vibration plate to vibrate the vibration plate in accordance with the vertical movement of the moving body.
Preferably the operating member is coupled to the movable body of the shock absorber one end rotatably in the axis, the other end is inclined downwardly extending the first arm; A second arm having one end coupled to the other end of the first arm to be pivotally rotatable, and the other end extending while being supported by a connection passage at a bottom thereof and positioned adjacent to a lower portion of the diaphragm; And a second magnet buried at the other end of the second arm, the second magnet being provided to generate the first magnet and the repulsive force of the diaphragm.
Preferably, the second mounting chamber upper surface of the bottom portion further includes a third magnet for generating a repulsive force against the magnet embedded in the diaphragm so that the diaphragm does not directly hit the bottom when the diaphragm vibrates.
Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described in more detail the functional footwear of the present invention.
1 is a schematic cross-sectional view of a portion of a functional shoe according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2 is a perspective view of a vibration means according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
1 and 2, the functional shoe 100 of the present invention is composed of the upper portion 110 and the bottom portion 120, the heel portion and the middle portion of the bottom portion 120 is connected to the passage ( The first mounting chamber 122 and the second mounting chamber 124 communicated with each other through 126 are formed, respectively, and the first and second mounting chambers 122 and 124 of the bottom part 120 are in walking. Vibration means 130 that can absorb the impact caused by the vibration and magnetic field is provided.
In addition, the first mounting chamber 122 and the second mounting chamber 124 is preferably formed with an air passage 128 through which the outside air is communicated to facilitate the contracting action.
Meanwhile, the vibration means 130 provided in the first and second mounting chambers 122 and 124 includes a shock absorber 132, a diaphragm 138, and an operation member 142. The shock absorber 132 is provided in the first mounting chamber 122 of the bottom portion 120, and is configured to absorb the shock when walking by the vertical movement of the movable body 134 together with the coil spring 136, It is preferable to use the soft shock absorber 132 having a small damping force. The shock absorber 132 is classified into a gas type and an oil type, and since it is generally applied to various fields, a detailed description thereof will be omitted.
Next, one end of the diaphragm 138 is fixed to a side wall of the second mounting chamber 124 of the bottom part 120, and the other end thereof is extended, and the first magnet 140 generating a magnetic field at the end part thereof. Buried.
Next, one end of the operating member 142 is connected to the movable body 134 of the shock absorber 132, and the other end thereof is positioned below the diaphragm 138 to move up and down of the movable body 134. Being configured to vibrate the diaphragm 138, the operating member 142 is rotatably coupled to the movable body 134 of the shock absorber 132 around the hinge (h) axis, the other end is inclined downward One end is coupled to the first arm 144 extending and the other end of the first arm 144 so as to pivot about the hinge (h), the other end is supported by the connecting passage 126 of the bottom portion 120 Extends and is buried at the other end of the second arm 146 and the second arm 146 positioned adjacent to the lower portion of the diaphragm 138, and the first magnet 140 and the repulsive force of the diaphragm 138. It is configured to include a second magnet 148 is provided to be generated.
In addition, the upper surface of the second mounting chamber 124 of the bottom part 120 is embedded in the diaphragm 138 so that the diaphragm 138 does not directly hit the upper surface of the second mounting chamber 124 when the diaphragm 138 vibrates. A third magnet 150 for generating repulsive force with respect to the first magnet 140 is further provided.
Now, the operation of the vibration means 130 configured as described above will be described in more detail.
"A" and "I" of Figure 3 is an operation of the vibration means according to an embodiment of the present invention.
First, referring to "a", as described above, one end of the first arm 144 is rotatably coupled to the hinge h on one side of the movable body 134 of the shock absorber 132, but the other end thereof. Is extended to have a downward slope, one end of the second arm 146 is rotatably coupled to the other end of the first arm 144 around the hinge h, and the second arm 146 of the second arm 146 The other end extends a predetermined length while the second magnet 148 is embedded. In addition, a diaphragm 138 having a first magnet 140 is positioned at an end of the second magnet 148 embedded in the second arm 146, and an upper portion of the first magnet 140 is located. There is a third seat 150 is provided.
At this time, although not shown here, the second arm 146 is supported by the connection passage 126 of the bottom portion 120, and one end of the diaphragm 138 is attached to the side wall of the second mounting chamber 124, It should be noted that the third magnet 150 is attached to the upper surface of the second mounting room.
Meanwhile, referring to the partial enlarged view, the first magnet 140 embedded in the end of the diaphragm 138 and the second magnet 148 positioned on the lower left side of the first magnet 140 are mutually repulsive. It can be seen that the first magnet 140 and the third magnet 150 located thereon are also provided to generate mutual repulsive force.
Now, referring to “I”, when the upper portion of the shock absorber 132 is pressed on the upper portion of the movable body 134, the movable body 134 will be downward, and the first arm 144 attached thereto will be downward as the second. The arm 146 is moved in the direction of the arrow, that is, to the right. As a result, when the second magnet 148 is brought into close contact with the first magnet 140 embedded in the diaphragm 138 due to the right movement of the second arm 146, the first and second magnets 140 and 148 are in contact with each other. The repulsive force will be generated, which causes the end of the diaphragm 138 to bounce upwards to vibrate. In this case, since the first magnet 140 and the third magnet 150 generating the repulsive force are additionally provided on the first magnet 140, the diaphragm 138 is the second magnet 148 and the third magnet. The vibration is between 150.
Of course, even without the third magnet 150, the diaphragm 138 will vibrate inside the second mounting chamber 124 by the repulsive force with the second magnet 148, but when the third magnet 150 is provided It will work smoothly.
"A" and "I" of Figure 4 is a state diagram of the use of functional shoes according to an embodiment of the present invention.
First, referring to "a", the wearer is wearing the functional shoe 100 of the present invention. In this case, as described above, the first and second mounting chambers 122 and 124 of the bottom part 120 include the vibration plate 130, that is, the vibration plate 138 provided with the shock absorber 132 and the first magnet 140. ) Are each provided. In addition, the first and second mounting chambers 122 and 124 are provided with an operating member 142 which is connected to the movable body 134 of the shock absorber 132 and vibrates the diaphragm 138. That is, the shock absorber ( One end of the first arm 144 of the operating member 142 is coupled to one side of the movable body 134 of the 132, and the second arm 146 coupled to the other end of the first arm 144 is a connection passage 126. It is adjacent to the diaphragm 138 while being supported by.
Of course, the second magnet 148 and the second magnet 148 are provided on the end of the second arm 146 and the upper surface of the second mounting chamber 124 of the bottom 120 to generate a repulsive force with respect to the first magnet 140. Three magnets 150 are provided, respectively.
Now, referring to "I", when the wearer starts to walk, the impact due to weight causes the moving body 134 and the coil spring 136 of the shock absorber 132 provided at the bottom 120 to be heeled downward. Absorption is alleviated to protect the wearer's ankle and knee joint. In addition, the first arm 144 of the operating member 142 connected thereto when the movable body 134 is downwardly actuated downward to close the second arm 146 supported by the connecting passage 126 to the diaphragm 138. Will be moved. Then, the first magnet 140 embedded in the diaphragm 138 is repulsed with the coming second magnet 148 is bounced up to start the vibration. Of course, since the third magnet 150 is provided on the first magnet 140, it is natural that the vibration plate 138 will vibrate more smoothly, and the magnetic field generated by the vibration is generated in the first magnet 140. The soles of the feet will stimulate blood circulation and promote blood circulation.
Therefore, according to the functional shoe 100 of the present invention, the shock absorber 132 absorbs and cushions the shock when walking, and the diaphragm 138 is automatically vibrated by the operating member 142 using the absorption dampening operation. At the same time, the magnetic field generated by the first magnet 140 provided at the end of the diaphragm 138 stimulates the sole of the wearer's foot to promote blood circulation, thereby causing interest and greatly contributing to health promotion.
The foregoing has outlined rather broadly the features and technical advantages of the present invention in order to better understand the claims of the invention which will be described later. Additional features and advantages constituting the claims of the present invention will be described below. It should be appreciated by those skilled in the art that the conception and specific embodiments of the invention disclosed may be readily used as a basis for designing or modifying other structures for carrying out similar purposes to the invention.
In addition, such modifications or altered equivalent structures by those skilled in the art as a basis for modifying or designing the structures and embodiments of the invention disclosed in the present invention to other structures for carrying out the same purposes of the present invention are patents Various changes, substitutions and changes may be made without departing from the spirit or scope of the invention as set forth in the claims.
According to the functional shoes of the present invention as described above, the shock absorber absorbs and mitigates the shock when walking, and the diaphragm is automatically vibrated by the operation member using the absorption dampening operation, causing the wearer's interest and pleasant walking. At the same time, the magnetic field generated in the first magnet provided at the end of the diaphragm stimulates the sole of the wearer's foot to promote blood circulation, thereby greatly contributing to health promotion.

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  1. In a normal shoe composed of an upper part and a bottom part,
    The first and second mounting chambers, which are connected to each other through a connecting passage, are respectively formed in the heel and the middle of the bottom portion, and the first and second mounting chambers of the bottom portion absorb vibrations while walking and at the same time, vibrate and Functional shoes, characterized in that provided with vibration means capable of generating a magnetic field.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The vibration means
    A shock absorber provided in the first mounting chamber of the bottom part and configured to absorb a shock when walking by vertical movement of the movable body;
    A diaphragm having one end fixed to a side wall of the second mounting chamber of the bottom part and the other end thereof extended, and a first magnet having a magnetic field embedded in an end thereof; And
    One end is connected to the movable body of the shock absorber, and the other end is located in the lower portion of the diaphragm, characterized in that it comprises an operating member for vibrating the diaphragm in accordance with the vertical movement of the movable body.
  3. The method of claim 2,
    The operation part
    A first arm one end of which is pivotally coupled to the movable body of the shock absorber, the other end of which is inclined downward;
    A second arm having one end coupled to the other end of the first arm to be pivotally rotatable, and the other end extending while being supported by a connection passage at a bottom thereof and positioned adjacent to a lower portion of the diaphragm; And
    Functional shoes, characterized in that the buried at the other end of the second arm, comprising a second magnet provided to generate the first magnet and the repulsive force of the diaphragm.
  4. The method of claim 2,
    The upper surface of the second mounting chamber of the bottom of the functional shoe, characterized in that the third magnet is further provided to generate a repulsive force against the magnet embedded in the diaphragm so that the diaphragm does not directly hit the bottom when vibrating the diaphragm.
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