Boots – shoes – and leggings – Uppers – Closure
36 4500, 36 880, 36 5500, A43B 2300, A43C 1100
A shoe including a sole, toe reinforcement portion, heel reinforcement portion, eyelet portion, skeleton-shaped reinforcement portion, an adjustable tightening member for adjusting the ankle to heel portion of the shoe, a lace engaging the eyelet portion for adjusting the fit from toe to instep portion, and a sock inner as an internal carapace portion for covering, accommodating and holding the foot of the wearer. The toe reinforcement portion, heel reinforcement portion, eyelet portion, and skeleton-shaped reinforcement portion define an outer carapace portion. Improved fit with the foot and ankle and air intake and exhaust within the shoe accelerated to improve the aerating action.
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Patterson Marie Denise
Sewell Paul T.
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