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Lin Yung Mao: Custom insert with a reinforced heel portion. Autry, Baker Mills & Glast, July 4, 1989: US04843741 (184 worldwide citation)

A midsole (12 and 24) for an activewear shoe (10) comprises a removable insert (12) and a peripheral member (24). The peripheral member (24) is joined to the perimeter of an upper surface (20) of an outsole (16). A plurality of independent cushioning elements (40) depend from a base member (38) of i ...


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Lin Yung Mao: Shoe having transparent window for viewing cushion elements. Autry, Baker Mills & Glast, July 11, 1989: US04845863 (170 worldwide citation)

A midsole (10 and 22) for an activewear shoe (12) comprises a removable insert (10) and a peripheral member (22). The peripheral member (22) is joined to the perimeter of an upper surface (18) of an outsole (14). A reinforcing layer (28) substantially less thick than the peripheral member (22) is jo ...


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James C Autry: Sole with cushioning and braking spiroidal contact surfaces. Autry, Jerry W Mills, Gregory M Howison, November 25, 1986: US04624062 (157 worldwide citation)

A sole (12) for an athletic shoe (10) includes a base member (42) having a main lower surface (22). A contact surface (26) extends downwardly from the base member (42) to below the main lower surface (22) in order to contact the ground or floor before the main lower surface (22) as the shoe (10) des ...


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James C Autry, Lin Yung Mao: Cleated sole for activewear shoe. Autry, Jerry W Mills, Jefferson Perkins, May 31, 1988: US04747220 (115 worldwide citation)

A novel sole construction (16) comprises an outsole (20) and a cleat layer (34) disposed above the outsole and having a plurality of cleats (22) depending therefrom. A plurality of perforations (38) are formed in the outside (20) each perforation (38) receiving a respective cleat (22) for insertion ...


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James C Autry, Lin Yung Mai: Resilient composite midsole and method of making. Autry, Jerry W Mills, Jefferson Perkins, May 26, 1987: US04667423 (101 worldwide citation)

A midsole (18) is formed from a first, interior member (26) and a second, exterior member (28) molded around the top and sides of the first member (26). The first and second members (26) and (28) are formed of cushionable material and the second member (28) has a higher hardness and resiliency than ...


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Lin Yung Mao: Custom midsole for heeled shoes. Autry, Baker Mills & Glast, March 20, 1990: US04908962 (64 worldwide citation)

A midsole (10 and 32) for heeled shoe (12) comprises a removable insert (10), a peripheral heel member (26) and a peripheral midsole member (32). The peripheral heel member (26) is joined to a portion of the perimeter of an upper surface (20) of an outsole (14) and peripheral midsole member (32) is ...


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Yung Mao Lin: Custom midsole. Autry, Jerry W Mills, Jefferson Perkins, March 29, 1988: US04733483 (63 worldwide citation)

A midsole (10 and 22) for an activewear shoe (12) comprises an insert (10) and a peripheral member (22). A plurality of independent cushioning elements (34) depend from a base member (32) of insert (10), and are sized in order to conform to the lift of peripheral member (22). The cushionability and ...


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Mark Y Lin, James C Autry: Insole with ribbed arch structure. Autry, Jerry W Mills, Gregory M Howison, October 28, 1986: US04619056 (63 worldwide citation)

An insole (10) for disposal in a shoe adjacent the sole of the foot includes a cushioning layer (12) having one surface thereof for disposal adjacent the sole of the foot and having a profile around the perimeter thereof which generally conforms to the contour of the sole of the foot to better dispe ...


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Lin Yung Mao: Custom midsole. Autry, Baker Mills & Glast, March 6, 1990: US04905382 (60 worldwide citation)

A midsole (10 and 22) for an activewear shoe (12) comprises a removable insert (10) and a peripheral member (22). The peripheral member (22) is joined to the perimeter of an upper surface (18) of an outsole (14) to form a receptable (28). A reinforcing layer (31) substantially less thick than the pe ...


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Yung Mao Lin, James C Autry: Double laced athletic shoe. Autry, Jerry W Mills, Gregory M Howison, February 25, 1986: US04571856 (52 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe includes a sole portion (12) for disposal adjacent the sole of the foot, an upper (14) secured to sole portion (12) about the periphery thereof and cooperating with sole portion (12) to enclose the foot of the wearer and an inner support covering (16) for disposal about the ankle of ...