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QB/T 1002-2015

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BASIC DATA
Standard ID QB/T 1002-2015 (QB/T1002-2015)
Description (Translated English) Leather shoes
Sector / Industry Light Industry Industry Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard Y78
Classification of International Standard 61.06
Word Count Estimation 13,130
Date of Issue 2015-10-10
Date of Implementation 2016-03-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) QB/T 1002-2005
Quoted Standard GB/T 2703; GB/T 2912.1-2009; GB/T 3293; GB/T 3293.1; GB/T 3903.1-2008; GB/T 3903.2-2008; GB/T 3903.3-2011; GB/T 3903.4-2008; GB/T 3903.5-2011; GB/T 11413-2015; GB/T 17592-2011; GB/T 19941-2005; GB/T 19942-2005; GB/T 20991-2007; GB/T 21396-2008; GB/T 23344-2009; GB/T 26703-2011; GB 28011; HG/T 2489-2007; QB/T 1187-2010; QB/T 1472-2013; QB/T 2224-2012; QB/T 2673; QB/T 4862-2015; QB/T 2882-2007
Drafting Organization Wenzhou City, Quality and Technical Supervision and Inspection Institute/National Shoes Quality Supervision and Inspection Center (Wenzhou); China Leather and Footwear Industry Research Institute; Zhejiang Aokang Shoes Co., Ltd; Cornell Group Limited; Fuguiniao Limited; the new shoes Belle industry (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd; Foshan Saturday Shoes Co., Ltd; Zhejiang red Dragonfly Footwear Co., Ltd; Guangzhou quality supervision and Testing Institute; Chongqing Institute of metrology and quality Inspection
Administrative Organization Standardization Technical Committee of the National Shoes Technical Sub - Technical Committee
Regulation (derived from) PRC MIIT Announcement 2015 No.63
Issuing agency(ies) Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China
Summary This standard specifies the terms and definitions of various shoes production process, classification, requirements, test methods, inspection rules and signs, packaging, transportation and storage. This standard applies to the natural leather, synthetic material or material mix and so do the uppers generally wear shoes (including boots). This standard does not apply to the safety, protection or special function shoes, does not apply to infants, children wear shoes (including boots).

QB/T 1002-2015
Leather Shoes
ICS 61.060
Classification No.: Y78
Registration No.: 52158-2015
Replaces QB/T 1002-2005
Issue date: 2015-10-10
Implementation date: 2016-03-01
Issued by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic of China
1 Scope
This standard specifies the terms and definitions, classifications, requirements, test methods, inspection
rules, marking, package, transportation and storage of leather shoes manufactured by various
processes.
This standard is applicable to the general wearing leather shoes (including boots) whose uppers are
made of natural leather, artificial materials or other materials.
This standard is not applicable to the shoes for the purpose of safety, protection or special function, nor
leather shoes (including boots) for infants and children.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated
references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced
document (including any amendments) applies.
GB/T 2703 Footwear -- Vocabulary
GB/T 2912.1-2009 Textiles -- Determination of formaldehyde -- Part l: Free and hydrolyzed
formaldehyde (water extraction method)
GB/T 3293 Chinese last systems
GB/T 3293.1 Shoes sizes
GB/T 3903.1-2008 Footwear -- General test methods -- Flexing resistance
GB/T 3903.2-2008 Footwear -- General test methods -- Abrasion resistance
GB/T 3903.3-2011 Footwear -- General test methods -- Peeling strength
GB/T 3903.4-2008 Footwear -- General test methods -- Hardness
GB/T 3903.5-2011 Footwear -- General test methods -- Appearance quality
GB/T 11413-2015 Test method for bond strength of leather shoes heels
GB/T 17592-2011 Textiles -- Determination of the banned azo colourants
GB/T 19941-2005 Leather and fur -- Chemical tests -- Determination of formaldehyde content
GB/T 19942-2005 Leather and fur -- Chemical tests -- Determination of banned azo colourants
GB/T 20991-2007 Personal protective equipment -- Test methods for footwear
GB/T 21396-2008 Footwear -- Test methods for whole shoe -- Upper sole adhesion
GB/T 23344-2009 Textiles -- Determination of 4-aminoazobenzene
GB/T 26703-2011 Determination of abrasion resistance for top piece of leather shoes -- Rotation
cylindrical drum method
GB/T 28011 Shanks for footwear
HG/T 2489-2007 Cellular for shoes -- Determination of hardness
QB/T 1187-2010 Footwear -- Principle of inspection and marking, package, transportation, storage
QB/T 1472-2013 Flexing index of fiberous board for footwear
QB/T 2224-2012 Footwear -- Performance requirement for uppers low-temperature flexing resistance
QB/T 2673 Footwear -- Specification of marking
QB/T 4862-2015 Midsoles for footwear
QB/T 2882-2007 Footwear -- Test methods for uppers, linings and insocks -- Colour fastness to rubbing
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in GB/T 2703 and the following apply.
3.1
primary parts
the outer and forepart of the upper
3.2
subsidiary parts
the inner and back part of the upper
4 Product classifications
4.1 The products are classified into two categories by end users:
a) Men's leather shoes (including boots);
b) Women's leather shoes (including boots).
4.2 The products are classified into three categories by the upper materials:
a) Leather shoes (including boots) with upper made of natural leather (grain leather, split leather of pig,
bovine, goat etc.);
b) Leather shoes (including boots) with the upper made of artificial materials;
c) Leather shoes (including boots) with the upper made of two materials or more.
5 Requirements
5.1 General requirements
5.1.1 The shoe sizes shall be in accordance with GB/T 3293.1.
5.1.2 The last dimensions shall be in accordance with GB/T 3293.
5.1.3 The shoe materials shall be in accordance with corresponding product standards.
5.1.4 The after-sale quality judgment refers to Annex A.
5.1.5 The whole shoe shall be free from any defects affecting wear.
5.2 Marking
It shall be in accordance with QB/T 2673.
5.3 Appearance quality
The appearance quality shall be in accordance with Table 1, where items 1 to 5 and serious defects are
major items, items 6 to10 are minor items.
6.3 Upper-sole peeling strength
It shall be tested according to GB/T 3903.3-2011, the blade width is 10 mm.
6.4 Outsole and midsole adhesion strength
6.4.1 Cut the sample and carry out the test according to with GB/T 21396-2008, the sample quantity is
one pair, and one specimen is taken from each sole. The test results of the lower value of two shoes is
taken as the final result.
6.4.2 If the sole is rigid slugged bottom or moulded sole stuck with soft materials, cut the 50 mm ×15
mm specimen from the outer-layer soft material of slugged bottom. The outer-layer soft material may be
cut with a knife without the necessity to cut the rigid material thoroughly. Then the specimen shall be
tested according to GB/T 21396-2008.
6.5 Upper strap pull-out strength
6.5.1 Specimen preparation: the sample is one pair of shoes. Cut across the vamp and sole into 10
mm-wide test strap and test one strap of the inner side and outer side of each shoe respectively.
6.5.2 Test apparatus: tensile testing machine, with accuracy of Grade 2, and measurement range of 0
N to 500 N.
6.5.3 Clamp moving speed: (25±5) mm/min.
6.5.4 Environment temperature: (23±2) °C.
6.5.5 Test procedure: clamp the sole and the upper strap by upper or lower clamps separately. Make
sure the upper sole bonding area is not been clamped. Take the maximum force while separating the
upper and sole as pull-out force.
6.5.6 Upper strap pull-out strength shall be calculated according to Formula (1):
6.5.7 Take the lower value of pull-out strength of two straps as the test result for each shoe, to the
nearest 1 N/cm. The test result is expressed respectively for each shoe.
6.6 Whole shoe flexing resistance
It shall be tested according to GB/T 3903.1-2008.
6.7 Outsole abrasion resistance
It shall be tested according to GB/T 3903.2-2008. For the outsole is made of two materials or more, test
the loading position of outsole which contact with the ground.
6.8 Abrasion resistance of top piece
6.8.1 It shall be tested according to GB/T 26703-2011.
6.8.2 If it is impossible to take sample from the whole shoe, take the same material from the warehouse
to test according to GB/T 26703-2011.
6.9 Heel attachment strength
It shall be tested according to GB/T 11413-2015.
6.10 Heel hardness of moulded sole
6.10.1 The solid materials shall be tested according to GB/T 3903.4-2008 with Shore A durometer.
6.10.2 The microcellular materials shall be tested according to GB/T 3903.4-2008 with Shore C
durometer (which is in accordance with HG/T 2489-2007).
6.11 Color fastness to rubbing of linings and insocks
6.11.1 Carry out the wet rubbing for 10 cycles according to method A of QB/T 2882-2007.
6.11.2 If it is impossible to take sample from the shoe, then take the same materials as lining and insock
from the warehouse as test sample. In case of no lining, take the foot-contact inner surface of upper to test.
6.12 Shank
It shall be tested according to GB/T 28011. If the steel shank installed in the sole cannot be taken out, the
same type of steel shank shall be taken from the warehouse for test.
6.13 Flexing index of insole fiberboard
Take the same materials as insole fiberboard from the warehouse to test according to QB/T 1472-2013.
6.14 Low-temperature flexing resistance of upper material
Take the same materials as the upper from the warehouse to test according to QB/T 2224-2012.
6.15 Critical substances
6.15.1 Azo dyes
6.15.1.1 Sample preparation: the lining and upper shall be tested separately, so do leather and textile.
If the lining and upper can’t be separated, test them together by the method corresponding to lining material.
6.15.1.2 The textile shall be tested according to GB/T 17592-2011 and GB/T 23344-2009. The
leather shall be tested according to GB/T 19942-2005.
Note: The textile shall be tested according to GB/T 17592-2011 at first, when aniline and 1,4-Diaminobenzene
is detected in the test, it shall be tested according to GB/T 23344-2009.
6.15.2 Formaldehyde
6.15.2.1 Sample preparation: lining and upper shall be tested separately, so do leather and textile. If
the lining and upper can’t be separated, test them together by the method corresponding to lining
material.
6.15.2.2 The textile shall be tested according to GB/T 2912.1-2009, leather shall be tested according
to GB/T 19941-2005.
7 Inspection rules
Except the inspection items and judgment rules, others shall be in accordance with QB/T 1187-2010.
7.1 Inspection items
The inspection items shall be in accordance with Table 14.
8 Marking, package, transportation, storage
It shall be in accordance with QB/T 1187-2010.
Annex A
(annex informative)
After-sale quality judgment for leather shoes
A.1 After-sale service period
The after-sale service period shall be in accordance with national or local relevant laws and
regulations. If not explicitly specified in laws and regulations, it may be determined by the
enterprise according to the product grade, and explicitly declared in the after-sale service
specification.
A.2 Judgment of after-sale quality problems
The followings may be judged as quality problems in case of normal wear & within after-sale service
period:
a) Fail to meet the qualified requirements of this standard;
b) Upper broken, lasting margin broken or cracked, serious spew, discoloration. Obviously loose
grain in vamp, coating layer peeling off or crack;
c) Broken thread, unbonded;
d) Counter or toepuff is out of shape or deformed;
e) Heel deformed, cracked, broken or fall off, top piece fall off;
f) Shank is soft, broken or loosen;
g) Apparent discoloration in the shoes which pollutes (stained) socks, and frazzled lining;
h) Broken or uneven outsole or insole which affect wearing;
i) Foxing is unbonded or broken;
j) Nail head or tail protruded out of insole, or unevenness of shoe's inside which affect wearing;
k) Other problems which seriously affect the esthetic appearance or wearing.
A.3 Test methods
A.3.1 Appearance quality
It is tested according to GB/T 3903.5-2011.
A.3.2 Discoloration
Take the white absorbent cotton or gauze which thoroughly absorb clean water (no water drop once
being pressed by finger), to-and fro rub the discoloration position indicated by the customer
(upper inside, lining or insocks) or other position of the same material as the discolored position
for 10 cycles in a 10 cm rubbing length, then observe the absorbent cotton or gauze, no obvious
stain should be found.
A.4 Treatment
The relevant national or local laws and regulations shall apply. If not explicitly specified
in laws and regulations, it may be dealt according to the after-sale service specification
formulated by the enterprise or according to the general specification where the retailer is
located.
Related standard:   QB/T 2919-2018  QB/T 2920-2018
Related PDF sample:   GB/T 3903.4-2017  GB/T 3903.2-2017
   
 
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