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Albert Wasserman: Removable indicia for footwear, particularly and athletic shoe. Kangaroos U, Paul M Denk, October 6, 1987: US04697362 (63 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the structure of footwear, and more specifically athletic shoes, but encompasses shoes in general, and pertains to the application of a tab containing identifying indicia or colors removably to various components of the shoe, whether it be the tongue, quarter portion, or si ...


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Robert J Gamm: Athletic shoe pocket. Kangaroos U, Paul M Denk, October 6, 1987: US04697363 (62 worldwide citation)

In an athletic shoe having a pocket, generally disposed laterally and mounted upon the quarter portion for the shoe, the pocket comprises a liner of material, or a pair of the same, each stitched or otherwise fastened to the side of the shoe, so that the front and back edges of the pocket are confin ...


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Robert J Gamm: Shoe with gusset pocket. Kangaroos U, Paul M Denk, December 23, 1986: US04630383 (60 worldwide citation)

A pocket portion formed extending from the tongue or gusset of a shoe or other footwear and wherein personal items may be contained, the pocket portion is formed of a pair of upper and lower liners, stitched together along their periphery, and having a closure, such as a zipper, for the same after s ...


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Robert J Gamm: Closure means attachment for footwear. Kangaroos U, Paul M Denk, December 30, 1986: US04631840 (60 worldwide citation)

Substantially flexible means fixedly held approximate the upper edges of the quarter portions for footwear, such as of the casual or athletic shoe category, and for use for cooperating with state of the art closure means for aiding in the retention of the closure means and the shoe about the foot of ...


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Robert J Gamm: Rearwardly opening pocketed athletic shoe. Kangaroos U, Paul M Denk, February 24, 1987: US04644673 (57 worldwide citation)

In an athletic, casual, or other form of footwear, constructed having a vamp, sole, quarter, and counter portions, all fabricated into the shoe structure, and incorporating a shoe tongue therewith, the quarter portion(s) for the footwear is fabricated of a pair of liners, the normal inner liner form ...


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Raymond F Tonkel: Cushioning and impact absorptive means for footwear operative component. Kangaroos U, Paul M Denk, February 21, 1989: US04805319 (54 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to the encapsulation of a cellular insert, formed of various woven cellular components, or fabricated to a grooved design formed of a series of linearly woven strands, each of which presents various voids or cavities within their formed structure, and then foamed in place wit ...


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Robert J Gamm: Pocketed athletic shoe. Kangaroos U, Paul M Denk, January 27, 1987: US04638579 (45 worldwide citation)

in an athletic shoe having a pocket, generally disposed laterally and mounted upon the quarter portion of the shoe, the pocket comprises a liner of material, or a pair of the same, each stitched or otherwise fastened to the side of the shoe, so that various edges of the pocket are confiningly affixe ...


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Robert J Gamm: Instep support for footwear. Kangaroos U, Paul M Denk, November 5, 1985: US04550511 (45 worldwide citation)

In an instep support for footwear, as for example in athletic shoes, strap or band member(s) extend upwardly and angularly forwardly from the insole, or the insole insert, for the shoe, and incorporate a fastening device at the band ends, so that they can be either secured together over the instep o ...


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Raymond F Tonkel, Alexander L Gross: Cushioning and impact absorptive means for footwear. Kangaroos U, Paul M Denk, April 14, 1987: US04656760 (43 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to the encapsulation of a cellular insert, in the form of cellular components, formed of woven material fabricating such cellular components that present voids or cavities therein, or which may be formed from spirally or helically wound strands of a polymer having a hardness ...


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Raymond F Tonkel, Alexander L Gross: Cushioning and impact absorptive means for footwear. Kangaroos U, Paul M Denk, January 23, 1990: US04894933 (42 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to the encapsulation of a cellular insert, in the form of cellular components, formed of woven material fabricating such cellular components that present voids or cavities therein, or which may be formed from spirally or helically wound strands of a polymer having a hardness ...