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Savva Teteriatnikov, Eckhard Knoepke, Julie Zhu: Shoe. Skechers U II, Kleinberg & Lerner, Marshall A Lerner, August 24, 2010: US07779557 (21 worldwide citation)

A shoe having a toe region, a middle region, a heel region, and a multi-layer, multi-density midsole wherein an upper layer of the midsole has a bottom surface that has a longitudinal convexity and a longitudinal concavity, the longitudinal convexity typically occupying a substantial portion of the ...


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Kurt Stockbridge, David Raysse, Kevin Chen, Albert Teng Lee: Article of footwear having articulated sole member. Skechers U II, Marshall A Lemer, Marvin H Kleinberg, Kleinberg & Lerner, February 25, 2014: US08656613 (19 worldwide citation)

The invention is a shoe with an upper and a sole member. The sole member has multiple individual pieces connected to each other by connectors. The connectors are placed below the top surface of the sole member and above the bottom surface of the sole member. The connectors may connect the individual ...


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Savva Teteriatnikov, Eckhard Knoepke, Julie Zhu: Shoe. Skechers U II, Marshall A Lerner, Marvin H Kleinberg, Kleinberg & Lerner, May 17, 2011: US07941940 (7 worldwide citation)

A shoe having a toe region, a middle region, a heel region, and a multi-layer, multi-density midsole wherein an upper layer of the midsole has a bottom surface that has a longitudinal convexity and a longitudinal concavity, the longitudinal convexity typically occupying a substantial portion of the ...


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Savva Teteriatnikov, Eckhard Knoepke, Julie Zhu: Shoe. Skechers U II, Marshall A Lerner, Marvin H Kleinberg, Kleinberg & Lerner, February 1, 2011: US07877897 (7 worldwide citation)

A shoe having a toe region, a middle region, a heel region, and a multi-layer, multi-density midsole wherein an upper layer of the midsole has a bottom surface that has a longitudinal convexity and a longitudinal concavity, the longitudinal convexity typically occupying a substantial portion of the ...


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Savva Teteriatnikov, Kenneth J Liu, Eckhard Knoepke, Julie Zhu: Shoe. Skechers U II, Marshall A Lerner Esq, Marvin H Kleinberg Esq, Kleinberg & Lerner, November 27, 2012: US08316558 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a shoe having a multi-layer, multi-density midsole where the surfaces between midsole layers have one or more convexities and one or more concavities which collectively contribute to simulating the effect, and imparting the fitness benefits, of walking on a sandy beach ...


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Wen Hsien Chen, Grant Tsao, Alex Kotoff: Motion sensitive switch and circuitry. Skechers U II, Marshall A Lemer Esq, Finn T Simmensen Esq, Kleinberg & Lerner, September 7, 2004: US06788201 (6 worldwide citation)

A motion sensitive device for causing an electronic signal to be sent to one or more output devices, comprising a printed circuit board, a battery connected to the printed circuit board, electrical circuitry connected to the printed circuit board, a motion sensitive switch connected to the printed c ...


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Scott Kelley: Closure device for shoe. Skechers U II, Marshall A Lerner, Marvin H Kleinberg, Kleinberg & Lerner, February 2, 2010: US07654012 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a fitted, supportive, comfortable shoe upper with a laceless closure device comprising one interlaced strap capable of rapid adjustment in multiple planes of movement.


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Savva Teteriatnikov: Spinning shoe. Skechers U II, Kleinberg & Lerner, Marshall A Lerner, Marvin H Kleinberg, December 13, 2011: US08074376 (3 worldwide citation)

A spinning shoe having an upper and sole member in which the sole member has a spinning assembly in the forefoot. The spinning assembly is placed within a recess in the forefoot region of the sole member. Thus, the user may walk about in the spinning shoe in a normal mode or spin about a vertical ax ...


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Savva Teteriatnikov: Spinning shoe. Skechers U II, Kleinberg & Lerner, Marshall A Lerner, Marvin H Kleinberg, January 1, 2013: US08341855 (3 worldwide citation)

A spinning shoe having an upper and sole member in which the sole member has a spinning assembly in the forefoot. The spinning assembly is placed within a recess in the forefoot region of the sole member. Thus, the user may walk about in the spinning shoe in a normal mode or spin about a vertical ax ...


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Savva Teteriatnikov: Spinning shoe. Skechers U II, Kleinberg & Lerner, Marshall A Lerner, Marvin H Kleinberg, January 31, 2012: US08104193 (2 worldwide citation)

A spinning shoe having an upper and sole member in which the sole member has a spinning assembly in the forefoot. The spinning assembly is placed within a recess in the forefoot region of the sole member. Thus, the user may walk about like wearing a normal shoe and then by simply placing their weigh ...