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Publication numberUS1895141 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 24, 1933
Filing dateNov 13, 1931
Priority dateNov 13, 1931
Publication numberUS 1895141 A, US 1895141A, US-A-1895141, US1895141 A, US1895141A
InventorsChikazo Watanabe
Original AssigneeChikazo Watanabe
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Shoe guard
US 1895141 A
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Jan. 24, 1933. c. WATANABE SHOE GUARD Filed Nov. 15. 1931 r lNvs--roR2= CmKAzo WATANABE; BY ATYY:

Patented Jan. 214, .1933

UNITED STATES;

.crmmzo WATANAIBE," or LOS anonmsjcnmronma Application-filed November 13, 1931. Serial No .,'574 725. i

the foot and taken off with ease, and that will adhere tothe shoe readily when the shoeis removed from'the foot. 7 l

I attain these objects by providin a cellu body, arim on the upperled ge thereof and adapted to extend over the-top of a shoe,

a cloth fabric element disposed over the, body a 'jport1on, and a'layertof gummy material on the cloth'fabricelement and adapted to ad 9 here to the interior of a shoe.

.In" testinionywhereof, I hereuntoaifix I Q s signature.

loid shoe guard, a cloth fabric bac ing for the guard, and a gummy coating on the cloth fabric adapted to cause the guard to adhere to the shoe when the shoe is removed from the foot. V

' Another object is to provide a guardthat protects the stocking fromexcessive Wear.

r In the drawing, Figure 1 is a fragmentary and sectional view of a shoe having my shoe vation of the shoe guard. Fig.3 is a side elevation of the shoe guard. Fig. 4 is asectional elevation of the shoe guard.

Referring in detail to the drawing, the

loid, and having the upper flange. portion 6 adapted to extend over the rear of shoe 7 The body has a coat of glue 8, between body 5 and a cloth fabric layer 9, thereby securing guard applied thereto. Fig." 2 is a rear eleguard consists of a body 5, made of celluthe fabric to the body. The cloth fabric 9 is coated with a layer 10, ofv gummy material, which causesthe device to adhere tot-he I shoe. 7 Before applying the device to a shoe, it is provided with a cover 11 over the gummy 3 material, thereby protecting the same but this cover is to be removed before applying. Q i

the device to a shoe. Whatis claimedis: p 1. A shoe guard, comprising a celluloid body, a tip on the upper edge thereof adapted to extend over the to of a shoe, a cloth V fabric layer on the sur ace of the body, a

layer of gummy material on the clothfabric,

and a cover over the gummy material.

- 2. A sh'oeguard comprising a celluloid ammo WATANABE. 5

Referenced by
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US2438280 *Nov 21, 1945Mar 23, 1948Florence L GaileyStocking heel protector
US2505593 *Aug 14, 1947Apr 25, 1950George A StoutInsert for the counter portion of boots or shoes
US2562480 *Aug 4, 1949Jul 31, 1951Stout George AInsert for the counter portion of a shoe
US2584516 *Feb 10, 1950Feb 5, 1952Dale S VeatchHosiery protecting insert for shoes
US2661549 *Sep 17, 1951Dec 8, 1953Lindner EdwardPlastic heel guard
US4642916 *Jun 12, 1986Feb 17, 1987Collins Van BHeel spawn
US7204043Aug 11, 2004Apr 17, 2007Nike, Inc.Article of footwear with upper support assembly
US8215036Jun 22, 2009Jul 10, 2012Nike, Inc.Removable heel bucket
Classifications
U.S. Classification36/55
International ClassificationA43B23/28, A43B23/00
Cooperative ClassificationA43B23/28
European ClassificationA43B23/28