WO2007065727A2 - Sock consisting of knitted yarn, used as footwear - Google Patents

Sock consisting of knitted yarn, used as footwear Download PDF

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WO2007065727A2
WO2007065727A2 PCT/EP2006/012053 EP2006012053W WO2007065727A2 WO 2007065727 A2 WO2007065727 A2 WO 2007065727A2 EP 2006012053 W EP2006012053 W EP 2006012053W WO 2007065727 A2 WO2007065727 A2 WO 2007065727A2
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Pierluigi Venturi
Rosemarie CRÖNERT
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CRÖNERT GmbH & Co. KG
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
    • A41B11/00Hosiery; Panti-hose
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D31/00Materials specially adapted for outerwear
    • A41D31/04Materials specially adapted for outerwear characterised by special function or use
    • A41D31/14Air permeable, i.e. capable of being penetrated by gases
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
    • D04B1/00Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes
    • D04B1/22Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes specially adapted for knitting goods of particular configuration
    • D04B1/24Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes specially adapted for knitting goods of particular configuration wearing apparel
    • D04B1/26Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes specially adapted for knitting goods of particular configuration wearing apparel stockings
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
    • A41B2400/00Functions or special features of underwear, baby linen or handkerchiefs
    • A41B2400/20Air permeability; Ventilation

Abstract

The invention relates to a sock consisting of knitted yarn, used as footwear and having a sock wall (4) that contains knitting, in which at least part of the sock surface is designed as a ventilation region (1, 2). Said ventilation region is provided, at least in the sock wall (4) of the sock that is pulled over the foot, with hole-type ventilation passages (3) for dissipating heat and/or perspiration. The sock has a narrow ventilation region (1) that extends transversally to the longitudinal direction of the sock and is formed on the upper stretch region of the sock, said ventilation region running transversally along the line of curvature, along which the toes are joined to the metatarsal bones.

Description

Stocking made of knitted yarn for footwear

The invention relates to a sock of knitted yarn for footwear, wherein in the fabric of the Strumpfwandung a part of the stocking area is formed as a ventilation area of ​​at least forming hole-like at least in the Strumpfwandung the drawn onto the foot of the stocking ventilation passageways to remove heat and / or perspiration. In particular, it is a sports sock that at relatively langan- entertaining sporting activity such. As worn in golf.

Conventional socks allow only an insufficient removal of sweat during prolonged physical activity in general. In particular sports socks are usually knitted from relatively resistant yarn and z. B. reinforced by processing multiple threads, so that particular wear resistance is achieved. However, known sports socks in this case have the disadvantage that can sufficiently escape at the bottom formed by welding relatively thick fabric of the sock not, or not.

In contrast, the invention is based on the object to provide a stocking, in particular a sports sock, which allows a better discharge of heat of welding and particularly in the upper toe area to hold the foot even during prolonged movement fresh and dry.

Objects of the invention are achieved in a stocking of the type mentioned above, that the sock itself includes a transversely to the stocking longitudinally extending narrow vent area, which is formed on the grip range top of the stocking and quererstreckt along the bend line along which the toes of the metatarsals are hinged. According to the invention a loading or unloading is accomplished locally at a toe location of the foot-vent to the moisture or

Welding just emerge strengthened and be discharged through the passages. The passage areas will be kept small flat against targeted point relative to the stocking area, in order to ensure the strength of the knitted fabric particularly. It has been found that a sports sock, which is used in particular in golf, is advantageously equipped with a narrow span sided cross-vent area that can accommodate appropriate in the midfoot area screwing in the stocking toe area. One such area proves for the discharge of sweat and heat in the toe area to be particularly effective, as it extends according to the invention along the line of curvature, along which the toes are hinged to the metatarsal bones. The cross-ventilation area includes advantageously directly to the toe area of ​​the sock, and it is formed substantially only in the detecting the head region of the metatarsals stocking zone.

It has also been found that the ventilation function of an adjoining the toe narrow strip portion can be particularly pronounced improved in that this area at the foot back and laterally extends (to the outside of the foot out).

In a particularly preferred and advantageous inventive design of the cross-ventilation area is formed by a net structure with relatively large holes. There may be provided a particularly coarse mesh structure with relatively large holes z. B. are knitted two stitches. This network in the toe area, the removal of heat in the highly sensitive area of ​​the foot at the transition point between the toe and the midfoot is the one hand further improved, and on the other hand, the stocking still retains its strength in the entire fabric, as the directed transversely to the foot longitudinal direction of the grid area narrow remains and is formed only in the region of the instep.

In an advantageous embodiment of the invention, the sock at least two or more loading / venting regions. The regions can also be understood as surface channels which are pierced as such in their surface extension, to form the passageways. It has been found that one obtains a particularly effective combination of ventilation areas when a narrow longitudinal loading / vent area, in addition to a cross-ventilation area which directly adjoins the toe region at least formed, which extends along with the stocking. Even the additional training of a single longitudinal ventilation area along side the stocking, specifically on its lateral side as in the stocking center line, has led to particularly good results. Particularly preferred is a configuration in which the longitudinal vent area extends starting from the adjoining the toe cross-vent area up to the upper end of the stem of a sock.

Preferably, the holes or openings of the longitudinal channel vent region are smaller than the holes of a cross-channel vent region formed. One achieved that also by additional arrangement of one or more narrow longitudinal breather areas of the stocking or the stability of the knitted fabric as a whole is not impaired. Preferably, the holes of a narrow longitudinal vent region are knitted only over a loop.

A preferred combination of surface channel loading / venting areas is also that in addition / venting a longitudinal ventilation area is formed into an adjoining the toe lateral loading section respectively to the lateral stocking side and on the opposite medial stocking side at least there.

Dependent claims are directed to these and other appropriate and advantageous embodiments of the invention. Particularly useful and advantageous embodiments of the invention, or -möglichkeiten of the embodiments illustrated in the schematic drawings are described with reference to the following description. Show it

FIG. IA and IB in the embodiment has a left and right respectively in a lateral view according to the invention Strumpfund

Fig. 2 in top view of the bottom and top side lying flat left sock of FIG. IB.

In Fig. IA, IB and 2, a trained especially for golf short stocking is shown. This sock includes at its stem 10 with a transversely elastic waistband 11 - A - from. The sock is made on a circular knitting machine so that it consists entirely of knitted in knit fabric.

The majority of the Strumpfwandung 4 consists of a fine mesh knitted yarn, that is of a uniformly formed, the sock strength and dimensional stability-imparting knitted fabric. In the knitted fabric of two channel-planar-type narrow ventilation / venting areas 1, 2 a sock are erfϊndungsgemäß incorporated.

The first channel region 1 is formed by a quergerich- ended to the longitudinal direction of the stocking narrow strip region which directly adjoins the toe 5 of the sock and substantially in the head region of the metatarsal detected stocking zone is formed 6.1. This cross-aeration region 1 extends along the line of curvature, along which the toes are hinged to the metatarsal bones. As apparent in particular from Fig. 2, the cross-ventilation area is crescent-shaped, wherein it is formed only on the instep and laterally ends in each case in the center or approximately at half the height of the lateral worn sock. The sickle shape arises from the fact that the cross-vent area toward the lateral side of socks 7 expands in the direction towards the midfoot region. 6

The cross-ventilation area 1 is formed by a relatively coarse grid of relatively large holes 3.1, which is to be knitted in the exemplary embodiment two stitches in the knitted fabric.

The second ventilation / venting portion 2 of the sock is gebil- det by a narrow strip which extends on the lateral longitudinal side 7 of the sock therewith, he lateral to the tires fitted to the foot of the sock along the lateral stocking center line approximately half stocking height or half the lateral width shaft extends. This ventilation strip is directly connected to the extended area of ​​the cross-vent region 1 and ending at the transverse elastic waistband 1 1, wherein it extends over the metatarsal region 9 and the shaft portion 10 of the stocking.

The longitudinal vent area 2 has loading / vent holes 3.2, which are made smaller than the holes 3.1 of the cross-vent region. 1 In the embodiment, sol-len the holes 3.2 in the knitted fabric of the knitted Strumpfwandung 4 only over a loop to be.

In particular, there is a further not shown embodiment of a inventions to the invention particularly for golf suitable sock that a surface channel-like longitudinal loading / vent area is also formed on the medial side 8 of the sock, which like the longitudinal vent area 2 then from the cross is -Belüftungsbe- rich 1 to the collar 11 extends and is formed equally. It has been found that the longitudinal ventilation strips for sufficient heat / sweat dissipation already then worry if they are relatively narrow.

Of course, a stocking according to the invention or a sports sock according to the invention with their areas and proportions in adjustment is designed to conventional shoe size ranges. It has been found that the ventilation areas, although they are relatively small in area relative to the total area of ​​the knitted fabric, leading in each size range to optimal results.

Claims

Claims:
1. sock of knitted yarn for footwear, wherein in the fabric of the Strumpfwandung (4) a part of the stocking area is at least formed as a ventilation region (1.2), which at least in the Strumpfwandung (4) of the drawn onto the foot of the stocking hole-like ventilation holes (3 ) forms for the removal of heat and / or welding, characterized in that the stocking an extending narrow transversely to the longitudinal direction stocking vent area (1), which is the at the top grip range
Stocking and extending quererstreckt along the bend line along which the toes are hinged to the metatarsal bones.
2. stocking according to claim 1, characterized in that the cross-vent area at the stocking toe region (5) in the metatarsal region
(6) into sums.
3. stocking according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the cross-aeration region (1) adjoins the stocking directly to the toe region (5) of the stocking and substantially in the head region of the metatarsal detected stocking zone (6.1) is formed.
4. stocking according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the cross-vent area (1) for stocking lateral side (7) widens.
5. stocking according to one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that the cross-vent area (1) by a net structure with relatively large, preferably more than two stitches knitted holes (3.1) gebil- det.
having 6 stocking according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the stocking at least one longitudinally extending with him narrow vent area (2) which is formed longitudinally on the stocking.
7. stocking according to claim 6, characterized in that the longitudinal ventilation area (2) via the metatarsal region (9) and the stem region (10) of the stocking extends.
8. stocking according to claim 6 or 7, characterized in that in each case at the lateral stocking side (7) and on the medial stocking side (8) at least one longitudinal-aeration region (2) is formed.
9. stocking according to one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that at least one transversely extending to the stocking longitudinal direction narrow vent area (1) and at least one longitudinally extending with the stocking narrow vent area on the grip range top of the stocking (2) are formed.
10 has stocking according to claim 9, characterized in that at least one longitudinal vent area (2) a passage structure with smaller holes (3.2) than at least one cross-ventilation area (1).
11. stocking according to one of claims 1 to 10, characterized in that at least one of the two longitudinal sides (7,8) of the stocking-clamping region is formed a longitudinally extending with the stocking narrower Belüftungsbe- rich (2) attached to the cross-ventilation area (1) is connected.
12. stocking according to one of claims 1 to 11, characterized in that the sock is a golf sock.
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US4057981A (en) * 1976-12-02 1977-11-15 Crescent Hosiery Mills Ventilated cushion foot sock and method
US5226194A (en) * 1990-02-05 1993-07-13 Staley William L Method for making a vented sock
JPH0931705A (en) * 1995-07-17 1997-02-04 Kiminori Komatsu Socks
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