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Joseph R McNeal: Anti-fog goggle with foam frame. Scott USA Partnership, Jenner & Block, November 24, 1987: US04707863 (102 worldwide citation)

An anti-fog goggle is provided having a foam frame with a method of manufacturing the goggle. The goggle is composed of generally planar individual members, yet the goggle has a desired degree of self-supporting curvature. The anti-fog goggle has a semi-rigid support member for supporting the goggle ...


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Charles D McGee, Charles S French: Goggle and accessories therefor. Scott USA, Wegner Stellman McCord Wiles & Wood, March 23, 1976: US03945044 (77 worldwide citation)

A goggle frame includes air vents spaced along its periphery and covered with a fibrous lining to vent the goggle interior while preventing entry of foreign matter. A detachable partial-face shield has snap-in posts which mate with apertures spaced along a bottom rim of the goggle frame. When the sh ...


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David T Robran, Charles S French: Boot with pivoted upper. Scott USA, Wegner Stellman McCord Wiles & Wood, June 20, 1978: US04095356 (75 worldwide citation)

A sports boot such as used for skiing has an upper shell interconnected in the ankle region to a lower vamp shell by a pair of side primary pivots. The lower edge of the upper shell has an integrally molded front receptacle which faces a front receptacle integrally molded into the upper edge of the ...


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Joseph R McNeal: Tear-off lens system and method for goggles. Scott USA Partnership a Washington partnership, Jenner & Block, January 5, 1988: US04716601 (64 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a stack of tear-off lenses for rapid and easy mounting over a main goggle lens. The invention overcomes the previously discussed disadvantages of excessive mounting time and effort. A method of manufacturing the stack is also provided. In addition, a goggle incorporating the ...


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John E Carroll, Joseph R McNeal: Frameless goggle and method of making the same. Scott USA Partnership, Jenner & Block, February 25, 1986: US04571748 (59 worldwide citation)

A frameless goggle construction including an elongated lens structure having opposed ends formed of a generally planar, semi-rigid, transparent sheet of plastic deformed about its minor dimension to be configured as a simple curve with convex and concave sides. The sheet rigidity is such that the le ...


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David T Robrahn, Robert Youmans: Goggle for sports and adverse environments. Scott USA, Jenner & Block, October 31, 2000: US06138285 (54 worldwide citation)

A goggle has a replaceable lens mounted in a flexible frame containing several large air vents facing forwardly to input external air into the goggle interior. The inlet air vents have converging and angled walls. A first porous foam of particular porosity covers the inlet air vents and is located i ...


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James E Tobin: Ski pole grip. Scott USA, Wegner Stellman McCord Wiles & Wood, November 16, 1976: US03992021 (50 worldwide citation)

A strapless ski pole grip includes an elongated body having an axial bore for receiving the shaft of a ski pole. The elongated body includes a radially extending, palm engaging stop which terminates in a wide base to support the entire palm of the skier's hand, back to his wrist. The ends of the elo ...


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Joseph R McNeal, David Robrahn: Face mask having an air duct connectable to a goggle. Scott USA, Jenner & Block, March 31, 1987: US04653124 (45 worldwide citation)

A releasably attachable face mask that forms a contiguous channel with an attached goggle to improve goggle ventilation. An elongated pocket or duct formed between two surfaces on the face mask mates with the goggle ventilation system to form the contiguous channel.The channel forms a venturi to dra ...


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David T Robrahn, Robert Youmans, Etienne Billard, Christine Bejannin: Goggle having a tinted plastic lens. Scott USA, Christian Dalloz Sunoptics, Ronald L Jenner & Block Wanke, October 31, 2000: US06138286 (43 worldwide citation)

A goggle has a replaceable plastic lens mounted in a flexible frame containing several air vents for passing external air through the goggle interior. The lens is formed of thermoplastic materials to provide spherical and cylindrical versions of the lens. The thermoplastic resins incorporate dyes wh ...


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Scott M Boyer, Chris R Dawson, Charles S French, Clyde R Morgan, Fred F Grabos Jr: Boot with hinged upper. Scott USA, Wegner Stellman McCord Wiles & Wood, January 22, 1980: US04184273 (42 worldwide citation)

A motorcycle boot includes a lower vamp shell having a front tongue and rear tapering flaps which extend into an upper shell assembly formed by a hinged front door and a rear cuff. The door, of impact resistant plastic to protect the wearer's shin, interleaves with the cuff and is closed by overlyin ...