US2329725A - Method of making footwear - Google Patents

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US2329725A
US2329725A US379337A US37933741A US2329725A US 2329725 A US2329725 A US 2329725A US 379337 A US379337 A US 379337A US 37933741 A US37933741 A US 37933741A US 2329725 A US2329725 A US 2329725A
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Sept. 21, 1943. A. M, MONDL 2,3 5
METHOD OF MAKING FOOTWEAR Filed Feb. 17. 1941 2 Sheets-Sheet i INVENTOR.
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M 1. Ls H zmd 920% Patented Sept. 21, 1943 LI giant inch or name EQQEWEAR 1 3 K Glaiins. This inventionlrelates to footwear such asshoes, slippers, or the l1ike,.-and :als'olto the method of making the same. .Although certain features of the invention are applicable ito'fshoeso'f various kindsjtjisparticularly directed to thosecommonlyfknown as "play shoes ,or plat'form shoes and the :construction thereof. I a v The principal object of the invention is toiprovide an improved "shoe which may be madeat a low costandwhich will begparticularly neat and attractive in appearance.
Other ebiiec'ts are to provide a shoe having a novel form of sole with a fi-nislfing bandaround the lower portion of the shoe; to provident shoe having- *a platform covering or band attached to the upper, and enclosing the edges of some of the sole members; to provide an improved method of making footwear of the character setforth; and
to provide such other advantages and improvements as will appear more fully from the following description.
In the accompanying drawings illustrating a preferred form of my invention and the method of performing the same,
Fig. 1 is a cross sectional 'ew showing portions of the shoe mounted on a last after some of the operations have been completed;
Fig. 2'is a similar view showing one of the sole members, known as a platform, cemented or attached in position on the inner sole;
Fig. 3 is a similar view showing another step in the method with the shoe substantially completed;
Fig. 4 is a bottom plan view showing the position of certain reinforcing staples;
Fig. 5' is a longitudinal sectional view of a completed shoe; and
Fig. 6 is a side elevation of the same.
As shown in Fig. l, the upper i3 is applied to the last I l in the usual manner and drawn tightly over the same with its loweredge l2 extending outwardly around the periphery thereof. A platform covering or band It of suitable material is applied around the lower portion of the upper and has an outwardly extending edge or flange It which rests on or fltsagainst the edge or flange 12. A lining member commonly known as a sock lining l5, and a doubler or inner sole l6 are then applied to the lower face of the last with their edges extending outwardly to engage with and conform to the shape of the flanges or edges 12- and I4. Staples H are then inserted around the edgesthrough the several thicknesses of ma terial in order to hold these parts temporarily together. The shoe is then stitched around the :gf hqwm at L8 as icloselas possible to the side walls of the upper.
A platform It!) flsuitable .materialsuch her, corkI-felt, .or .thelike, is thenlattac'hedfto the I innerlsole .456 ras'.shovm. 'inFigs. '2'; and '5 preferably 1 or-weiee re 'of n d s h r of any sesame-mime is 'then' cemente'd to the platfoi mf l as{shown-in Fig. =5." I
n ne uewaialy'eiaeneiri pe aen er the plat form movermg ll 3. 1s then laste'd-or folded down 7 over the edges of all of the sole members as shown in Fig. 3 and its lowermost edge 2| is turned inwardly under'the platform It and cemented to the lower face thereof at 22. A filler23 may then be attached to the lower face of the platform I9 between the inwardly folded edges 2| to take up or compensate for'the thickness of such edges, although such filler is not essential in all cases.
-An outer or main sole 24 is then attached and finished by the regular shoe making process, but is preferably only cemented to the edges 2| of the platform covering as indicated at 25 in Fig. 3.
In some instances, the stitching may be reinforced invarious places around the sole by eral band or platform covering l3 when applied in the manner described, not only covers the stitching and the edges of the various layers of the sole, but also provides a pleasing and ornamental finish to the lower portion of the shoe. This construction or arrangement also'lends to the enhancement of the shoe styling as it permits the use of contrasting colorsin a particularly eifective manner.
While I have shown a preferred embodiment of my invention and have described the essential steps in the method of making the same, itwill be noted that changes may be made in the number or arrangement of the parts and inthe various steps of manufacture without departing from the scope of the invention as set forth in the following claims in. which I claim:v I 1. The method of making footwear which includes forming an upper over a last with its lower edge extending outwardly, then applying a indicated icy the lines A' he'el rnember I peripheral strip to the upper with its lower edge engaging the lower edge of the upper, then positioning sole members on the last and stapling the outwardly extending edges of the strip, upper, and sole members together, then sewing the edges and sole members adjacent to the upper, then securing a platform to the lowermost sole member, then trimming off said sole members and the platform between the staples and the sewing and closely adjacent to the sewing, then lasting the strip over the edges of all of said members and securing the lower portion thereof to the platform, and then cement attaching an outsole.
2. The method of making footwear which consists in forming an upper, applying a peripheral covering strip around the lower portion of the upper, providing an inner sole which is substantially larger than intended to be when finished, stapling the edges of the strip, the upper, and the inner sole together around the outer periphery of the inner sole, stitching the inner sole to the upper and said covering strip, then applying a platform bottom layer to the inner sole, then trimming oif the edges of theperipheral covering strip, the upper, the inner sole and the platform bottom layer adjacent to the stitching and inside of the stapling, then lasting the peripheral strip over the stitching and edges of all of the members and securing it to the lower surface of the platform, and finally securing an outsole to the platform and covering strip.
3. The method of manufacturing stitchdown shoes which consists in lasting portions of the shoe including an inner sole and an upper on a last, the inner sole being of substantially greater periphery that when finished, and the upper having an outturned margin engaging with the projecting portions of the inner sole, also lasting a platform covering around the sides of the upper, said platform cover having an outwardly extending portion engaging with the projecting margin of the upper and extending to the outer periphery of the insole, the upper and the platform cover being worked in against the sides of the last, then fastening the outer edge of the superimposed portion of the platform cover, the outwardly extending margin of the upper and the insole together by fastening means adjacent to the outer periphery of the inner sole, then sewing a seam through the platform cover, projecting margin of the upper and the inner sole in the angle close to the upper and spaced a substantial distance from the fastening means, then securing a sole layer to the inner sole which is substantially coextensive therewith, then trimming oi the outwardlyprojecting portions of the platform cover, upper, inner sole and sole layer between the fastening means and the seam and adjacent to the seam whereby a relatively narrow projection is left around the upper, then folding the platform cover over the seam and working it down andunder the sole layer and fastening it to the lower surface of the sole layer and finallysecuring an outsole to the inturned portions of the platform cover and to the sole layer.
ADOLPH MARTIN MONDL.
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Cited By (6)

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US2420465A (en) * 1946-01-30 1947-05-13 Cocozella Anthony Shoemaking
US2420464A (en) * 1945-12-29 1947-05-13 Cocozella Anthony Shoemaking
US2468617A (en) * 1945-11-29 1949-04-26 Fred J Diamant Method of constructing platform shoes
US2596029A (en) * 1945-10-08 1952-05-06 Boyd Welsh Inc Method of making shoes having a wrapper strip
US2641067A (en) * 1948-05-26 1953-06-09 Marquise Footwear Inc Shoe vamp construction
US2776501A (en) * 1955-04-11 1957-01-08 United Shoe Machinery Corp Stitchdown shoes

Cited By (6)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2596029A (en) * 1945-10-08 1952-05-06 Boyd Welsh Inc Method of making shoes having a wrapper strip
US2468617A (en) * 1945-11-29 1949-04-26 Fred J Diamant Method of constructing platform shoes
US2420464A (en) * 1945-12-29 1947-05-13 Cocozella Anthony Shoemaking
US2420465A (en) * 1946-01-30 1947-05-13 Cocozella Anthony Shoemaking
US2641067A (en) * 1948-05-26 1953-06-09 Marquise Footwear Inc Shoe vamp construction
US2776501A (en) * 1955-04-11 1957-01-08 United Shoe Machinery Corp Stitchdown shoes

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