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Erik O Giese, Roger J Brown: Slip-resistant sole. The Stride Rite Corporation, October 18, 1988: US04777738 (68 worldwide citation)

A slip-resistant shoe sole comprising an outsole layer having a bottom surface defining a region of contact between the sole and the ground, the outsole layer bearing a plurality of channels opening onto the bottom surface to define a pattern of elongated gaps across the contact region, the ratio of ...


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Gary Duclos: Slip resistant shoe. The Stride Rite Corporation, February 16, 1988: US04724624 (46 worldwide citation)

A shoe that includes an outsole having a plurality of gripping portions, the locus of the gripping portions defining a path extending from the outermost portion of the shoe below the small toe generally toward the ball of the foot at the large toe, with the portions contacting the ground sequentiall ...


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Marc R Loverin: Infant shoes. The Stride Rite Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, September 4, 2012: US08256146 (29 worldwide citation)

An infant shoe includes a shoe outsole defining a longitudinal axis and a transverse axis. The outsole defines a substantially arcuate shape along both the longitudinal and transverse axes. A shoe upper is secured to the shoe outsole. The shoe upper and the shoe outsole together define curved side s ...


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Loverin Marc R: Infant shoes. The Stride Rite Corporation, Loverin Marc R, sFRENCH Timothy A, November 5, 2009: WO/2009/134598 (1 worldwide citation)

An infant shoe (10) includes a shoe outsole (100) defining a longitudinal axis (102) and a transverse axis (104). The outsole defines a substantially arcuate shape along both the longitudinal and transverse axes. A shoe upper (200) is secured to the shoe outsole. The shoe upper and the shoe outsole ...


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David Nau: Article of Footwear. The Stride Rite Corporation, Fish & Richardson PC, October 9, 2008: US20080244932-A1

An article of footwear includes an upper portion and a lower portion molded integral with the upper portion. The integral upper and lower portions may be formed of a polyolefin. At least one rubber ground contact pad is secured to the lower portion.


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Marc R Loverin: Infant Shoes. The Stride Rite Corporation, Fish & Richardson PC, November 5, 2009: US20090272010-A1

An infant shoe includes a shoe outsole defining a longitudinal axis and a transverse axis. The outsole defines a substantially arcuate shape along both the longitudinal and transverse axes. A shoe upper is secured to the shoe outsole. The shoe upper and the shoe outsole together define curved side s ...