TODAY’S PATENT- SPORT SANDAL
The sport sandal that we have grown old of wearing but yet still, its usage is persistent especially in India. It was invented by Kung-Sheng Pan and patented by the USPTO on 8th of April in 2003, bearing patent number US6543157B2.
A sport sandal comprises a sole having at least one through hole, and a strap having at least one placing tape which is replace ably disposed in said through hole of said sole such that said placing tape is joined with said strap in various forms. The present invention relates generally to footwear, and more particularly to a sport sandal.
The conventional sandal consists of a sole which is fastened in various ways to the foot of a person by straps over the instep or toes, or around the ankle. The size of the conventional sandal is fixed, thereby resulting in various problems in connection with production and inventory. In addition, the sole and the straps of the conventional sandal are made of different materials, which complicate the process of recycling the conventional sandal. Moreover, the construction of the soles and the straps of the conventional sandal are not cost-effective.
It is the primary objective of the present invention to provide an interchangeable sport sandal to afford the consumer a variety of selections, provide an interchangeable sport sandal which can be easily worn, to provide an interchangeable sport sandal which can be easily recycled. The sport sandal of the present invention comprises a sole and at least one strap fastened with the sole. The sole and the strap are detachably fastened together to facilitate the variation in form of the sandal as well as the process of recycling the sandal.