Abstract: A health care shoe, which can continuously provide adequate magnetic field arranged to penetrate through the wearer's foot for improving the wearer's blood circulation and metabolism, includes a sole having a plurality of magnet cavities specifically indented and distributed on an inner surface thereof, a shoe body which includes a vamp and sides rigidly attached on top of the sole to define a foot chamber between the shoe body and the sole; an insole placed on the sole inside the foot chamber; a plurality of base magnet elements fittingly received in the magnet cavities respectively; and a plurality of upper magnet elements embedded inside the shoe body with respect to the positions of the base magnet elements, wherein the upper magnet elements are arranged to enable magnetic fields flowing between the base magnet elements and the upper magnet elements.
Abstract: The invention in a shoe insert to be fitted into and maintained in a conventional walking or running shoe to provide support and cushioning to the foot of such shoe wearer. The shoe insert is to fit into a shoe to grip to the shoe insole and is manufactured from a vio-elastic polyperic material having a recovery or compression set less than two (2) percent providing a rapid rate of force dissipation to a shoe wearer that is equal to their rate of gait, with further cushioning provided by a selection and formation of cavities in the insert surface that is in engagement with a shoe insole.
August 9, 1999
Date of Patent:
October 31, 2000
Richard A. Steinke, Vincent F. Panaroni, Todd W. Hooks
Abstract: Provided is a ventilated footwear including first, second and third air pressing rooms 3, 4 and 5 in a bottom formulation 2, 2' in an approximate triangle shape organically for enhancing comfort of a wearer of the footwear, in which a ball unit 24, having a donut-type void, formed on the center of each of the first, second and third air pressing rooms 3, 4 and 5, so dramatically decreasing impact exerted on a foot when the wearer of the footwear walks or runs as well as smoothly circulating outside air into the footwear 1, 1' for preventing eczema.
Abstract: The present invention is a self-ventilating insert for footwear with a wedge-shape pumping chamber located in the heel of the footwear. The pumping chamber can displace an air volume of at least about 44 cubic centimeters plus 3 times the U.S. men's footwear size. The pumping chamber has convex side and rear walls that fold together as the pumping chamber collapses. Maximum air circulation is achieved as the upper and lower surfaces of the pumping chamber come into full contact with each other. In a preferred embodiment, the length of the pumping chamber is between 30% and 60% of the length of the sole. The internal air duct, in a preferred embodiment, has a thin, wide cross-section with a plurality of tubes that resist kinking and pinching action near the flex zone of the footwear.
Abstract: A battery powered climate-controlled shoe which controls the climate surrounding a user's foot in the shoe during a wide range of weather conditions. The shoe contains a plurality of switches, one of which is an interlock for inhibiting operating of the system until a pressure sensitive switch is activated by the insertion of a foot into the shoe. The shoe also contains a fan and a metallic heating plate. The fan aids in the circulation of air within the shoe, and the heating plate provides warm air for circulation within the shoe during cold weather.
Abstract: A structure for ventilating a toe region of a shoe includes a body including in its heel zone two major walls and a resilient element having a multitude of voids arranged in a pumping chamber to urge the two walls apart against the action of external forces tending to draw air into the chamber. The resilient element includes a plurality of substantially dome-shaped hollow protuberances bounding respective first and second voids within and outside of them, respectively, and connecting portions that interconnect the protuberances. Respective connecting channels are provided in the connecting portions and in respective adjacent regions of the protuberances to establish communication between the first voids. A corrugated insert within the body aids ventilation and shock absorption. An extension on the body optimizes air transfer.
Abstract: A thong is composed of a sole and a strap attached to the sole for securing a foot. The sole is provided in the upper surface thereof with a breathable body made of a plurality of elastic filaments which are intertwined to form a network body having a number of gaps for driving out foul air and foot perspiration.
Abstract: An innerboot, particularly for sports shoes, made of thermoformable material, includes, at its inner lateral surface, one or more channels advantageously connected to the outside through one or more holes, the innerboot allowing ventilation of the foot arranged inside the innerboot, improving user comfort.
Abstract: The present invention discloses a device for a shoe insole having multiple layers which form an air circulation system. A first layer is a fabric-like covering; a non-deformable second and deformable third layers forming together a layer with a cavity therein having offset apertures therein communicating by means of the cavity positioned underneath the fabric-like covering; a fourth layer made of foam rubber like material that deflates under the user's weight and re-expands when not under the user's weight; a bottom layer being a stiffer layer that forms a recess for receiving the other layers. A first and second exhaust conduit is formed in a side extension area for outward passage of stale air. The layers are joined to each other and the device is then inserted into the shoe of the user. The weight of the user is alternatively placed on and removed from the insole while walking or running. When the weight of the user is on the insole it compresses and stale air is forced out the exhaust conduit.
Abstract: An air cooled ventilated shoe (200) is provided for ventilating an area of the shoe (200) around a foot. The air-cooled shoe contains an outer sole (204). An intake tube (228) is disposed near the front of the outer sole (204). The intake tube (228) is connected to pump cell (210). An exhaust tube (234) is also connected to pump cell (210). An intake valve (242) is disposed along the intake tube (228) and an exhaust valve (244) is disposed along the exhaust tube (234). The intake valve (242) only allows air to flow through to the pump (210). The exhaust valve (244) only allows air to flow out of the pump cell (210). The pump cell (210) is filled with an open-celled foam (212) so that when no pressure is being applied to the pump cell (210), it draws air in through the intake tube (228). When pressure is applied to the pump cell (210), the open-celled foam (212) is compressed and the air is expelled through the exhaust tube (234).
Abstract: A vapor permeable shoe, including the following combination of elements: a vapor-permeable upper associated with a vapor-permeable or perforated lining, a tread made of perforated elastomer, a mid-sole comprising at least one membrane made of waterproof vapor-permeable material that is associated with a lower protective layer made of hydrolysis-resistant, water-repellent, vapor-permeable or perforated material, a vapor-permeable or perforated insole, a vapor-permeable or perforated filler layer arranged between the insole and the membrane. The lower part of the upper, the tread, the mid-sole with the membrane are perimetrically sealed in the coupling regions.
Abstract: A shoe according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention includes a novel and non-obvious sole having a rubber base and a fiber cushion. Patterned nodes are centered on the rubber base and a plurality of elongated rectangular nodes are arranged around the edge of the rubber base. An extra rim is disposed at the upper edge of the sole to attach the sole to the remaining portion of the shoe. There are ventilating holes along the outer edge of the sole. The heel is formed with a grid pattern defining chambers and is supported by internal reinforcing members. The fiber cushion of the sole's upper layer allows for ventilation between the interior of the shoe and the ventilating holes.
Abstract: A shoe with an outer layer and a ventilation layer positioned against the inside of the outer layer. The ventilation layer has a flat textile structure, at least on its side which is turned towards the inside of the shoe, which is held at a distance from the outer layer by spacers. The flat textile structure turned towards the inside of the shoe contains between 30 and 100 weight percent multifilament flat yarns made of synthetic polymers and between 0 and 70 weight percent other yarns. In particular, these flat yarns have a filament titre of at least 3 dtex. The flat textile structure which is turned towards the inside of the shoe is significantly more durable than those conventionally used.
Abstract: This invention relates to a product built into the sole of a shoe that will cool and dehumidify one's feet, providing superior comfort to the feet of the person wearing the shoe. The invention comprises two layers, one of which has a liquid-filled area with a liquid powered turbine and the other layer containing a built-in air fan or fans or other turbines which are powered by the liquid turbine responding to the liquid movement in the other layer. These two layers are molded or otherwise connected to a shoe sole.
Abstract: Shoes for use in demanding applications, primarily athletics, are made from a three-dimensional fiber network that is semi-rigid and resilient. The fiber network is made from a textile fabric that has an array of projections made from the same fabric rising from the plane of the fabric.
December 19, 1996
Date of Patent:
April 27, 1999
Hoechst Celanese Corporation
Dai W. Kim, William E. Bessey, John Nagel, Gregory M. Clark, Joseph S. W. Haas, Etheridge O. Oakley, Jr.
Abstract: The present invention is directed to an article of footwear including an upper, a sole and a pumping chamber for producing a continuous supply of fluid. The sole includes a midsole and an outsole. The pumping chamber is formed between the bottom surface of the midsole and the upper surface of the outsole and includes at least one inlet and at least one outlet. Movement of the wearer's foot causes fluid to be drawn into and expelled from the pumping chamber. The fluid produced by the pumping chamber may be used to inflate an expandable bladder or to provide ventilation to the wearer's foot.
August 6, 1997
Date of Patent:
April 13, 1999
Reebok International Ltd.
Steven F. Smith, Peter M. Foley, Spencer White
Abstract: A ventilated shoe for ventilating the foot contains an outer sole (204). A heel pad (206) is disposed at the rear end of the outer sole (204). An intake tube (228) is disposed near the front of the outer sole (204). The intake tube (228) is connected to pump cell (210). An exhaust tube (234) is also connected to pump cell (210). An intake valve (242) is disposed along the intake tube (228) and an exhaust valve (244) is disposed along the exhaust valve (244). The intake valve (242) only allows air to flow through to the pump (210). The exhaust valve (244) only allows air to flow out of the pump cell (210). The pump cell (210) is filled with an open-celled foam (212) so that when no pressure is being applied to the pump cell (210), it draws air in through the intake tube (228). When pressure is applied to the pump cell (210), the open-celled foam (212) is compressed and the air is expelled through the exhaust tube (234).
Abstract: A ventilated shoe system for providing fresh air to the user's feet to aid in the control of perspiration and odors includes a plurality of resilient encasements positioned within the sole of a shoe, a plurality of check valves connected between the resilient encasements, an air intake connected to the resilient encasements, and a plurality of apertures projecting into the sole of the shoe.
Abstract: A simple and reliable mechanical design and method for providing positive air ventilation for shoes, sneakers and the like, including an air pump secured to the top, forward portion of the shoe instep, and the air pump being operated by a push-pull element that takes advantage of the deflection of the instep portion of the shoe upper in response to the walking or running action of the shoe wearer.
Abstract: A ventilated shoe is provided including an entry conduit having a first open end in communication with an exterior of the shoe. A bladder is positioned within a sole of the shoe adjacent a heel portion thereof. A rear extent of the bladder resides in communication with a second end of the entry conduit. The bladder is adapted to be compressed upon the shoe engaging the ground and further return to an original shape thereof upon the shoe disengaging the ground. At least one exit conduit is provided having a first end in communication with a front extent of the bladder and a second end positioned within the sole and in communication with at least one bore formed in the sole. Also included is a pair of one-way valves with a first valve positioned within the entry conduit in communication with the bladder and a second valve positioned between the bladder and the exit conduits. Lastly, the exit passage includes a central conduit having an end extended through the upper toe portion of the upper body of the shoe.
Abstract: An innersole for insertion into a shoe having a base of a flexible material with an upper and lower surface with a plurality of spaced rows of lugs extending upwardly from the upper surface. Each of the lugs has a base portion and a rounded top portion and an elongated axis. A cover is disposed over the upper surface of the base covering the lugs forming an undulating surface on the base and fixedly secured to the lugs and the upper surface of the base with no spacing between the cover, the lugs, and the upper surface of the base. A plurality of perforations are provided, each of the perforations extending through the cover, each of the lugs along generally the longitudinal axis thereof, and through the base. A plurality of spaced grooves may be provided on the underside of the base.
Abstract: An insole comprising an absorptive flat paper base panel, and a corrugated paper cover panel covered on the absorptive flat base panel, the corrugated paper cover panel having a plurality of folds and furrows alternatively arranged together and defining with the absorptive flat paper base panel a plurality of ventilation spaces.
August 6, 1996
Date of Patent:
September 1, 1998
Nishimura Kenji, Nagase Isao, Sen Po Lin
Abstract: A conventional shoe which comprises a shoe upper of continuous and uninterrupted material attached to an outer sole has its shoe upper lined with an air-cooled, breathable shoe liner comprising an outer knit layer of hydrophilic material, an inner knit layer of hydrophobic material, and monofilament yarns of hydrophobic material extending between and interknitted with the outer and inner layers for maintaining an air chamber therebetween, such that moisture from the foot of the wearer is transmitted by the inner layer and the monofilament yarns through the air chamber and is absorbed by the outer layer and passes into the shoe upper to be dried by the outer air.
Abstract: A shoe comprising an inner-sole and a sole, a plurality of microholes being arranged at least through the central portion of both of them, and an inner liner of a material such as Gore-Tex, wherein, between said inner-sole and said sole, a layer is provided of a resilient material, such as corrugated felt.
Abstract: The breathable liner includes an inner liner selected from highly advance fabrics which are carefully selected. A series of layers are provided outside the inner liner including foam material layers, breathable membranes, a supportive mesh or a moldable foam, and an outer shell fabric. An in-line skate using such a liner is also disclosed. Furthermore, the applicability of the liner to snowboard boots, alpine and cross country boots, as well as clothing is disclosed.
Abstract: An air heel configuration to be used in the construction of a shoe of any type, whether high-heel or flat heel, in which an inner heel portion is activated as the wearer steps downward to move a spring-loaded plunger upward, opening an outlet ball valve, forcing air into a pocket in the inner sole, the air being pushed through ventilation apertures in the toe air, thus cooling the feet. As the heel of the wearer is raised, the outlet ball closes and the intake ball opens, the spring-loaded plunger moves downward, the outlet all closes and the intake ball opens, creating enough force to draw air into the air chamber within the inner heel portion.
Abstract: A molded sole takes air in from the inside of the shoe and expels it through the heel, due to the pumping action carried out by a cushion, able to elastically deform once the foot pressure is applied. The cushion is housed within a chamber on the bottom of the sole and communicates through a longitudinal channel blocked by a single acting valve, with a ring on the heel which communicates with the interior through a vent area.
Abstract: An improved impact absorbing system for footwear including a compartment having a radiator structure attached to the footwear in fluid communication with an impact absorbing pad in the footwear for cooling the pad fluid heated by repeated compression, as the fluid circulates.
Abstract: A footwear sole assembly for providing air circulation around the foot and also providing improved resilient cushioning. The assembly includes an outsole and an insert suspended above the outsole in trampoline-like fashion to define an air chamber therebetween. As the wearer strides, the insert moves toward the outsole compressing the air contained in the air chamber and causing that air to flow onto the foot through the apertures in the insert. Preferably, the outsole defines a plurality of upwardly opening pockets; and the insert includes a plurality of downwardly extending pins aligned with the pockets. The flexing action of the insert also drives the pins down into the pockets where they are deformed to absorb the impact of the stride.
Abstract: Ventilated footwear has in a sole thereof a pumping chamber formed in a heel portion of the sole and bounded by two parallel top and bottom walls and a peripheral wall which is resilient to bias the pumping chamber and has converging upper and lower wall portions extending from the top and bottom walls of the chamber. Air is supplied to the pumping chamber through an air inlet passage and is exhausted from the pumping chamber via an air outlet passage.
Abstract: A shoe includes an assembly inner-sole and outsole with openings formed therethrough and one or more unidirectional air transfer sets disposed between the openings in the outsole and the openings in the inner-sole. The unidirectional air transfer set includes tissues separated by a breathable, waterproof membrane which permits the passage of humid or moist air in one direction only from the interior of the shoe to the exterior of the shoe to improve comfort for the user. The membrane is preferably formed of a hydrophilic polyurethane polymer.
Abstract: Novelty footwear has a reservoir for storing liquid within the footwear and selectively ejecting the liquid from footwear. The footwear includes a sole having the reservoir formed therein, the reservoir being further partitioned into a plurality of interconnected cells. The footwear is provided with a pumping actuatable by the toe of the wearer for forcing the liquid from the reservoir to the exterior of the footwear.
Abstract: A ventilation structure for a shoe having a sole portion and a connected upper portion utilizing an aperture or slit that is formed through the upper portion of the shoe. The aperture extends along a dimension of the upper portion of the shoe and is overlain with a mesh layer connected to the upper portion of the shoe. A closure, such as a zipper, shuts at least a portion of the aperture and blocks at least a portion of the mesh layer from passage of air from the exterior to the interior of the shoe. The toe portion of the shoe may be further provided with an opening overlain with mesh that is openable or closable with a flap.
Abstract: A dynamic athletic shoe sole wherein a composite sole is provided with dynamic air cylinders for cushioning the alternate weighting and unweighting of the athletic shoe by a wearer's walking or running.
Abstract: A ventilation system for footwear having an upper and sole assembly in which perforations or openings in the sole assembly connect the interior of the shoe through a duct or passage into a pumping chamber or air bag. A pair of one-way valves connect the duct to the chamber or air bag and from the chamber or air bag outwardly through a single valve in the rear of the heel of the shoe for movement of air rearwardly through the shoe. The air bag is preferably 23.3 percent in volume of the total volume of the interior of the shoe.
Abstract: Ventilation of shoes is efficiently performed by converting an ambulatory movement of the pumping moment of a ventilator in order to eliminate stuffiness and odor in the shoes. The ventilator is comprised of an air groove having a plurality of ventilating holes on the shoe sole, a pump provided inside the heel which returns to the original shape by releasing the stepping in the ambulatory movement, a first unidirectional valve connected between the air groove and the pump which opens/closes the valve by the pressure of the pump, and a second unidirectional valve for ventilating the air.
Abstract: A multifunctional shoe having a self-ventilating system and a shock-absorbing system, includes a ring-shaped heel chamber member disposed in a heel portion of an outsole of the shoe and a squeezing chamber member disposed in the ring-shaped heel chamber member, the heel chamber member and the squeezing chamber member forming a composite structure, whereby the multifunctional shoe can be effectively self-ventilated and shock-absorbed as well as the air powerfulness of the heel chamber can be controlled by a separate air pumping device.
Abstract: A sneaker with built in atomizer for improved traction having a sole, an upper, a tongue and laces; an atomizer located in the upper tongue of the sneaker with built in atomizer for improved traction, the atomizer being formed in a hemispherical configuration with a valve and aperture centrally located on the upper surface thereof, the atomizer adapted to urge air therefrom upon depression and to allow the refilling thereof with air upon release of the atomizer, the atomizer including a first line coupling the interior of the atomizer with the input port of the reservoir whereby pressure within the atomizer is increased upon the depression of the atomizer; and a spray nozzle in fluid communication with the bottom of the sole of the sneaker with built in atomizer for improved traction and a second line extending from the nozzle through the output to a lower region of the interior of the reservoir whereby when the atomizer increases the pressure within the reservoir, the fluid therein will move through the outp
Abstract: A ventilating skate including a skate body formed with several circular or polygonal through holes in which ventilating disks are disposed. One side of the ventilating disk is formed with a ventilating groove. A pivot plate formed with multiple through holes is rotatably connected with the ventilating disk to locate the same in the through hole of the skate body. The ventilating disk can be rotated to adjust the orientation of the ventilating groove and thus adjust the amount of incoming air. A whistling film is disposed in the ventilating groove, whereby when skating with the air passing through the ventilating groove, the whistling film is vibrated to emit a sound.
Abstract: A shoe is provided with an air pumping device capable of supplying fresh air from the ambient atmosphere into the interior of the shoe. The air pumping device is detachable from the shoe so that it can be cleaned to remove dirts or alien objects that may block the air flow path. The air pumping device is located beneath the forepart of a foot wearing the shoe. When the user makes a step forward, an air bag is compressed at the instant the forepart of the foot is bent to lift the heel off the ground, thereby generating an air pumping action. When the forepart of the foot stretches straight again, the air bag restores to its original shape, thereby generating an air sucking action. As the user keeps moving, the air pumping device will pump air successively from the ambient atmosphere into the interior of the shoe. The air flow direction may be reversed so as to pump air inside the shoe out to the ambient atmosphere.
Abstract: A sole for an article of footwear includes a heel area, an arch area, and a ball area, each defined on the top surface and corresponding to the respective areas of the foot. Each of the areas has a plurality of bulbous protrusions extending upwardly to contact the respective areas of the foot. A toe area is also defined on the top surface including a plurality of cavities in anatomical relation to the toes of the foot. The sole also has an air passage disposed between the top surface of the sole and the bottom surface of the sole. A plurality of upwardly extending sections connect the air passage to the top surface of the sole. The upwardly extending sections are disposed about the top of the sole between the bulbous protrusions and communicate ambient air surrounding the sole with ambient air above the top surface of the sole through repeated compression and expansion of the air passage.
Abstract: A ventilated in-line skate having a boot with a frame that supports a plurality of wheels having the axles in a longitudinal array. Ventilating means for the boot are formed by a rotor having a plurality of vanes that are coaxially mounted and secured for rotation with one wheel. A housing having an opening defining an air scoop encloses the rotor and is connected to one end of an air conduit that may be secured to the frame with its other end in fluid communication with the interior of the boot through a series of openings in the bottom side of the boot. Exit holes or apertures are formed at the rear of the boot to promote escape of air.
Abstract: In a preferred embodiment, a positively ventilated shoe, including: an air pump disposed in the shoe to provide a flow of air; and apparatus to selectively reverse direction of the flow of air to pump air into or pump air out of the shoe.
Abstract: The invention relates to a plastic shoe with improved ventilation, in which the ventilation openings 7 located in the vamp area 6 of the shoe upper 5 are connected with one another by having their orifices located on the inside of the shoe upper 5 in a bulging out part 8. An additional arcuate chamber 9 is formed by the bulging out part 8 and is limited by the adjacent not bulging out part of the wall surface, which is dedicated, in connection with the ventilation openings 7, to a predetermined degree of good ventilation of the shoe in the area of the instep of the foot.(The reference numbers are those shown in FIG. 2.
Abstract: An interchangeably assembled shoe includes: a sole mounted on a foot sporting article such as a roller skate, a rear shield detachably secured to an ankle portion of the sole by plural ventilation couplings each ventilation coupling serving for coupling and ventilation uses, a toe box member detachably secured to a toe portion of the sole and replaceable for different decorative features on the toe box member, plural instep members selected from a full tongue member, a shoelace member and a fastener member for selectively securing anyone desired instep member on a middle section of the shoe by plural ventilation couplings, a plurality of ventilation couplings further secured on the toe box member or on the toe portion of the shoe fluidically communicating with a shoe interior for a well ventilation in the shoe for comforting a wearer's foot, a lining inserted in the shoe, and a plurality of buckle devices fastened on the shoe for firmly fastening the instep member with the rear shield and fastening the instep
Abstract: A footwear ventilation system including the use of ventilation openings and integrally connected flap members. The invention includes the use of vent openings cut out of the side of a shoe. The vent openings may be of any shape to allow sufficient air flow therethrough. Around the periphery of each vent opening and the shoe, extends a perpendicularly oriented male track. A flap is integrally hinged to one side of the vent opening and has a integrally connected female track extending around the periphery of it. To close the vents, the female track of the flap is pushed onto the male track of the opening thereby facilitating a tight seal. When it is desired that the shoe be ventilated, the flap, being hinged to one edge of the opening, is pulled away from the opening, thereby disengaging the male and female tracks. In one embodiment of the invention, the flap or flaps, while integrally hinged to the shoe adjacent an opening, can be attached directly to the shoe.
Abstract: An insole for ventilating shoes or boots comprising an air intake passage, an inflatable elastic bladder, an air exhaust passage, a ventilating capillary, and valve means. The bladder is formed along the peripheral area of the heel portion of the insole. Periodic application and release of pressure to the bladder causes air to flow out of the ventilating capillaries, thus cooling and drying the foot.
Abstract: A shoe midsole has a heel portion provided with an elastic shock-absorbing member which is embedded therein and which has an arcuate projection, an air chamber, a plurality of cavities located in the peripheries of the arcuate projection, a plurality of first air ducts through which the cavities communicate with the air chamber, and a plurality of through holes extending from the top surface of the arcuate projection to communicate with the air chamber. The elastic shock-absorbing member further has a plurality of second air ducts extending inwards along the peripheries thereof to communicate with the cavities. The heel portion is provided with a plurality of recesses corresponding in location and number to the second air ducts.
Abstract: A ventilated boot or shoe is described wherein the boot or shoe is of conventional design having a sole, an upper portion, a toe, a heel, and instep portion, and sides forming an open top. Within the shoe, a spongy open-celled compressible insole is provided which has a pair of channels at each side entering the insole at the instep and at the heel portions. An impervious layer is sandwiched between upper and lower layers of spongy material to form said insole and an impervious material further forms the sides thereof. Ventilation pipes are provided which extend downwardly from the open top of the boot or shoe along the sides thereof and which form elbows at the lower end which enter the channels. As the wearer walks, the insole is compressed expelling air trapped in the open cells thereof and as pressure on the insole eases, the resilient insole expands drawing air through the ventilation tubes thereinto.
Abstract: A self-ventilating device for a shoe, including an air-pumping member disposed in the heel portion of the insole thereof, an ankle-protecting air bag disposed in the heel portion of the insole thereof, an ankle-protecting air bag disposed in the interior of the upper thereof, and an automatic air-controlling member communicating with the air-pumping member and ankle-protecting air bag, whereby the shoe can be effectively ventilated and protect the ankle.