Title:
SANDALS FOR THE PILGRIMAGE TO MECCA THAT CONVERT AUTONOMOUSLY INTO A WAISTBELT
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
The invention relates to a product for pilgrims performing the rites of Haj and Umrah. Used to reduce the crushes resulting from pilgrims colliding because, for example, pilgrims places their shoes close to the gate from which they entered thinking that it will be easy to return to the same place once they have performed the rites of circumambulation (tawaf) and running (sa'ay). However, in reality the pilgrims must walk against the flow, causing collisions and severe crushes, or he is forced to leave his shoes behind, which is a burden for cleaning staff, looks untidy and is a nuisance for pilgrims, the main figures for the inventions are FIG. 7 before wearing the shoes and FIGS. 8,9,10 and 11 after wearing it.



Inventors:
Al Nawab, Abdulkafi (Al-Madina almonorah, SA)
Application Number:
15/434118
Publication Date:
06/08/2017
Filing Date:
02/16/2017
Assignee:
AL NAWAB Abdulkafi
Primary Class:
International Classes:
A43B3/24; A41F9/00; A43B3/12; A43B13/14
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Primary Examiner:
BAYS, MARIE D
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Dr. Mark M. Friedman (Moshe Aviv Tower, 54th floor 7 Jabotinsky St. Ramat Gan 5252007)
Claims:
1. Using the bracelets in two positions: a—Holding a 600 mm bottle of water and a book at the hand magnitude, b—Using the bracelets as a connecter in the case of rolling the sandal around the waist of a fat person (big magnitude, huge body) and that is done by connecting one part of the bracelets which is ended by a positive buckle head by the first part of the first individual which has a negative buckle head at the finger and connecting the second part of the bracelets which is ended by a negative buckle head with the second individual part which has a positive buckle head which is fixed on the movable rubber stripe.

2. A small pocket on the stripe which is fixed on the right individual on the left side and on the stripe which is fixed on the left individual in the right side to preserve the protector a rubber nylon cover to protect the pedal of the sandal at using the invention as a normal sandal.

3. The technology of claim 1 where the difference between them was clarified.

4. The claims were clarified easily in a way where the protection scale can be easily confirmed.

5. The sandal of claim 1 wherein the sandal is foldable.

6. The sandal of claim 1 wherein the sandal is rollable.

Description:

THE BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

The present invention relates to a shoe (sandal) which is designed to turn into a belt at the opening of the strap which is supported by Velcro and tying this strap to the other individual of the shoes where the strap ends in the first shoe with a positive buckle and in the other individual of the shoes fixed a fastening negative buckle at the thumb region and vice versa (FIG. 7). There is no product works in the same way, or gives the same service, or targeting the same segment targeted by my product, where my product can be kept by the pilgrims and Umrah persons throughout the performance period of the Hajj or Umrah, also it can be used inside and outside the Campus of the Holly Masques.

This can be seen used previously is the normal sandal (Znobh) which does not have any advantage, where they cause a lot of problems, including the loss in Campus of the Holly Masques, put it under water savers, placed at the gates of the campus, or carried by the same hand with the Koran, especially in the case of the presence of children or accompanied by women with Haj or Umrah.

DISCLOSURE OF THE INVENTION

Nowadays the pilgrims and visitors entering the Holy Masques are obliged to:

    • 1—holding their Sandals with their hands, which is a burden for them and annoying because they usually carry the Koran or a booklet of prayers.
    • 2—putting their sandals at the door which they entered which enforce them to go back to the same door when finishing the circumambulation (tawaf) and running (sa'ay) to take their sandals and that expose them to a lot of risks:
    • 1—Tiredness for the Haj and the visitor who are already tired and exhausted.
    • 2—Causing overcrowding as a result of walking against the current.
    • 3—Exposure to run over or falling as a result of walking against the current
    • 4—Loss of sandal to the difficulty of access to the scene of sandal.
    • 5—Loss of sandal to the similarity of the places and entrances.
    • 6—Loss of sandal as a result of the process of cleaning in the Holy masques.
    • 7—Stealing the sandal by weak soul people.
    • 8—Using the sandalwood by Haj pilgrims or another as a result of the similarity of sandals (shoes).
    • 3. Some of them are putting Sandals under water keepers or down the Koran savers to avoid the loss of the sandals and be close to them which this leads to:
    • 1—Loss of sandals as a result to the similarity of the places on the campus of the Holly Masques.
    • 2—Loss of sandals for the continuation of the cleaning process inside the campus of the Holly Masques.
    • 4—Scattering sandals in the courtyards of the campus of the Holly Masques that have lost their owners as a result of the cleaning process (uncivilized scene).
    • 5—The current product is two parts:

The first part is a holder of the shoe (sandal) can carry any kind of shoes in it.

The second part is a sandal can be turned into a belt which is placed on the waist and moves with the pilgrim and visitor inside and outside the campus of the Holly Masques.

Where the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage to Mecca can be used as a sandal and belt which suit all age groups and genders wither males and females without exception, and by that we have served the pilgrims by exceeding all the problems mentioned earlier.

A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE FIGURES

FIG. 1 represents the general shoe holder view of the two sides where they can hold any type of shoes.

FIG. 2 represents the shoes holder and the sandal inside it.

FIG. 3 represents the shoes holder inside normal belt and carries a normal shoe too.

FIG. 4 represents the shoes holder inside normal belt and carries the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage too.

FIG. 5 represents the two individuals of the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage.

FIG. 6 represents the first phase: the process of converting the shoe into a belt by linking the first individual with the second individual inside the shoes holder.

FIG. 7 represents the second stage: the entire process of converting the shoes to a belt between one of the individual of the pilgrimage shoes and the other individual inside of the shoes holder.

FIG. 8 represents the front view of the shoes after linking it to the waist of the pilgrim.

FIG. 9 represents the back view of the shoes after linking it to the waist of the pilgrim.

FIG. 10 represents the view of the shoes from the left side after linking it to the waist of the pilgrim.

FIG. 11 represents the view of the shoes from the right side after linking it to the waist of the pilgrim.

THE APPLICATION METHOD OF THE INVENTION

FIG. 1 is a holder of the shoe (1) an elastic strap at the front of the shoe holder which is installed on both sides at the upper side (2) The upper side of the shoes holder (3) elastic strap in the back of the shoes holder installed in the upper sides of the shoes holder (4) the underside of the shoes holder, FIG. 2 shows how to insert the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage to Mecca inside the shoes holder (1) the shoes holder (2) the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage, FIG. 3 shows the ability and effectiveness of the shoe holder to contain more than something where (1) the shoes holder and inside of it a belt (3) white belt (natural or normal belt) (4) a normal shoes(2) the elastic which firmly holds the belt and the shoes and this model is manually manufactured, FIG. 4 another model to the shoes holder which it discloses its effectiveness in containing the normal belt and the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage (1) the elastic strap which is installed on the shoes holder from two sides (2) the normal belt while it surrounds the pilgrim waist (3) the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage, FIG. 5 the general view to the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage discloses (1) the upper side of the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage (2) the strap which is fixed on the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage from two sides on both individuals (3) the flexible strap which is fixed to the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage from one side while it is folded in case of using it as a shoes as it appears in pictures (4) a positive buckle in the middle of the strap, Velcro material and the strap lock to control the folding and stretching processes (5) a negative buckle fixed at the thump region, FIG. 6 discloses the process of linking the two individuals in the first stage in a half circle form (1) the flexible strap which is supported by the Velcro lock strap which is fixed from one side in the left individual which connected to the right individual (2) a positive buckle head connected with the negative buckle that is fixed in the right individual at the thump region (3) the Velcro with the strap lock are stocked to the flexible strap in the right individual (4) a positive buckle that is fixed on the head of the flexible strap (5) a negative buckle which is fixed at the left individual at the thump region, FIG. 7 shows the complete process for linking the two individuals to perform the function of the belt (1) the upper part of the flexible strap which links the two individuals (3) the under part of the flexible part which links the two individuals the strap lock and Velcro support (2) the underside to the buckle (4) the upper side of the buckle, FIG. 8 shows the front side of the pilgrim after turning the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage into a belt and rapping it around the waist (1) the start point of the elastic strap which is permanently fixed in the right individual of the shoes (2) the general view to the flexible strap which is permanently fixed in the right individual and connected to the positive buckle inside the negative buckle in the left individual (3) shows the effectiveness of the buckle after connecting it, FIG. 9 shows the back side of the pilgrim after turning the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage into a belt and rapping it around the waist (1) shows the effectiveness of connecting the shoes after turning it into a belt and reverse the back side of the buckle after connecting it (3) shows a part of the flexible strap which is supported by the Velcro and strap lock after tying it to the waist (2) discloses the upper part of the flexible strap after tying it to the waist, FIG. 10 discloses the left side of the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage without the shoes holder (1) the flexible strap which is supported by the Velcro and strap lock (2) the fixed strap in the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage in both individuals (3) the general view of the positive buckle inside the negative buckle (4) the upper side of the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage of the left individual, FIG. 11, discloses the right side of the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage without the shoes holder (1) the flexible strap which is supported by the Velcro and strap lock and permanently connected to the left individual (2) a view to the positive buckle inside the negative buckle (3) the fixed strap in the sandal for rites of the pilgrimage (4) the flexible strap which is supported by the Velcro and strap lock and permanently connected to the left individual as it is disclosed and heading to the right individual.

The sandal or shoe (1) composed of elements made of flexible materials (rubber, elastic, latex, soft leather, nylon, plastic, etc.) The strap (2) of the sandals or shoe (1) can also be composed with flexible materials with less friction coefficients such as elastic, latex, soft leather, nylon, plastic, etc. The feature of the material of the sandal or shoe (1) and strap (2) is to be flexible and have a certain consistency to introduce the flexibility in sandal and shoes (1) while putting it around the waist through the strap (2), and also increasing the rolling capability of strap (2). Using flexible material with less friction coefficient (elastic, latex, soft leather, nylon, plastic, etc.) is suggested for the easy movement and sliding of sandal of shoe on the strap (2) and also easy sliding of the strap while in use. The strap can be made more rollable by using said material (elastic, latex, soft leather, nylon, plastic, etc.). However, the use of the material for making sandal or shoe (1) and strap (2) is not limited to the materials, mentioned above. In the scope of wide applicability and usability, any person having ordinary skill in the art can anticipate of further materials which can be used for preparing sandals or shoes (1) and strap (2) to make them flexible and rollable, while remaining in the scope of invention.





 
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