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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


.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

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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
U.S. Classification36/55
International ClassificationA43B23/28, A43B23/00
Cooperative ClassificationA43B23/28
European ClassificationA43B23/28