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Masafumi Ito: Sole. Asics Corporation, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, September 6, 1988: US04768295 (181 worldwide citation)

A sole for sports shoes is proposed which has improved shock absorbing capability when landing, and provides a repulsion force when kicking. Cushioning members are mounted in the recesses formed in the sole plate. Each cushioning member has a pair of sheets adhered together at spacings to form a plu ...


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Barry Bates, Al Gross: Shoe comprising liquid cushioning element. ASICS Corporation, Weingram & Zall, October 20, 1992: US05155927 (118 worldwide citation)

A shoe comprising a sole portion having peripheral edges and at least one cushioning element comprising a chamber having flexible walls filled with a liquid composition, wherein the chamber includes a plurality of partitions for directing flow of liquid from one portion of the chamber to another por ...


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Barry Bates, Al Gross: Shoe comprising liquid cushioning element. Asics Corporation, Weingram & Zall, February 27, 1996: US05493792 (94 worldwide citation)

A shoe comprising a sole portion having peripheral edges and at least one cushioning element comprising a chamber having flexible walls filled with a liquid composition, wherein the chamber includes a plurality of partitions for directing flow of liquid from one portion of the chamber to another por ...


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Yasunori Sugiyama: Midsole for sports shoes. Asics Corporation, Lyon & Lyon, January 17, 1989: US04798010 (92 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a midsole for sports shoes, which comprises a hard elastic member and a soft elastic member which has a lower hardness than that of said hard elastic member, one surface of said hard elastic member being joined to one surface of said soft elastic member which is opposite to ...


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Syoji Yuki, Yasuyuki Tokui, Kihachiro Nishiuchi, Kenichi Wada, Masayoshi Suzue, Takuo Morimoto: Rubber composition and golf ball comprising it. Asics Corporation, Otsuka Chemical, Nixon & Vanderhye, September 11, 1990: US04955966 (87 worldwide citation)

A rubber composition comprising at least one natural and/or synthetic rubber component(s), fine inorganic fibers subjected to a surface treatment with a surface treating agent and a non-sulfur type vulcanizing agent and a golf ball comprising the composition which exhibits excellent durability, boun ...


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Akira Kataoka, Hitoshi Mimura, Manabu Kuramoto, Ryuichi Tukita: Hard plate of each of spike shoes for field and track events. ASICS Corporation, Nixon & Vanderhye, July 9, 1996: US05533282 (75 worldwide citation)

A shoe part for running shoes for field and track events wherein each shoe has a sole, a hard plate for a forefoot portion of the shoe sole, including a plurality of columnar projections and a plurality of shorter projecting portions terminating short of the columnar projections on a surface side of ...


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Yoshio Yamashita, Kiyomitsu Kurosaki: Midsole cushioning system. ASICS Corporation, Michael E Zall, February 17, 1998: US05718063 (71 worldwide citation)

A shoe is provided with a cushioning element, preferably a heel strike cushioning element for a sole portion of the shoe. The cushioning element includes a first chamber having substantially transparent flexible walls filled for example, with a liquid or gel cushioning material. A second chamber is ...


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Masanobu Inohara: Sport shoe sole. Asics Corporation, December 2, 1980: US04236326 (46 worldwide citation)

A sport shoe sole having a ground sole rigid and of excellent abrasion resistance and an elastic interlayer body bonded to the ground sole, in which the interlayer body is provided at its heel portion with an air inclusion means such as grooves and apertures that open at least to one side of the int ...


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Syoji Yuki, Yasuyuki Tokui, Kihachiro Nishiuchi, Kenichi Wada, Masayoshi Suzue, Takuo Morimoto: Rubber composition and golf ball comprising it. Asics Corporation, Otsuka Chemical Company, Nixon & Vanderhye, September 29, 1992: US05150905 (45 worldwide citation)

A rubber composition comprising at least one natural and/or synthetic rubber component(s), fine inorganic fibers subjected to a surface treatment with a surface treating agent and a non-sulfur type vulcanizing agent and a golf ball comprising the composition which exhibits excellent durability, boun ...