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Perry W Auger, Brian D Baker, Andrew Caine, Sergio Cavaliere, Daniel W Peter, Timothy J Smith: Traction elements. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, June 4, 2013: US08453349 (24 worldwide citation)

Traction elements for an article of footwear can include stabilizer elements. An extendable traction element for an article of footwear can include an elongatable extender attached to another portion of a sole structure. An actuator can rest within the extender and cause elongation of the extender i ...


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Perry W Auger, Daniel W Peter, Sergio Cavaliere: Article of footwear with cleated sole assembly. NIKE, Banner & Witcoff, November 15, 2011: US08056267 (6 worldwide citation)

An article of footwear includes an upper and a sole assembly secured to the upper. The sole assembly includes a sole plate having a lower surface, and a plurality of cleats extending downwardly from the lower surface. Each cleat has a central recess formed therein, a core formed of a first material, ...


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Shane S Kohatsu, Daniel W Peter: Self assembled article of footwear with customized designs. NIKE, Plumsea Law Group, August 2, 2011: US07987617 (5 worldwide citation)

A method of customizing an article of footwear that is configured for self assembly is disclosed. The method includes steps of applying customized designs to pre-cut portions, and packaging the pre-cut portions with a lace and a set of instructions into a kit of parts. The kit of parts can be taken ...


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Brian D Baker, Daniel W Peter: Footwear insole. Nike, Plumsea Law Group, July 9, 2013: US08479414 (5 worldwide citation)

Embodiments provide an insole having a multilayered construction with openings and ribs sized, shaped, and positioned to provide desired areas of stiffness and flexibility. The multi-layered construction may include a chassis defining a support member opening and a support member covering the openin ...


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Michael Arthur Simonian, Daniel W Peter: Board storage and display device. Astro Studios, Jones Day, Brett Lovejoy, September 6, 2005: US06938864 (5 worldwide citation)

A display device configured to receive a board shaped sporting device. The display device has substantially parallel arms that extend away from a mounting surface thereby forming at least one slot. A board shaped sporting device, such as a skateboard, is received by the slot and thereafter cantileve ...


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Brian D Baker, Daniel W Peter: Footwear insole. NIKE, Plumsea Law Group, September 27, 2016: US09451806 (4 worldwide citation)

Embodiments provide an insole having a multilayered construction with openings and ribs sized, shaped, and positioned to provide desired areas of stiffness and flexibility. The multi-layered construction may include a chassis defining a support member opening and a support member covering the openin ...


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Eric S Schindler, Stuart C Forstrom, Daniel W Peter: Method of manufacturing an article of footwear with a fluid-filled chamber. NIKE, Plumsea Law Group, May 15, 2012: US08178022 (3 worldwide citation)

An article of footwear may have a sole structure with a chamber, a plate, and an outsole. The chamber encloses a fluid and has an upper surface and an opposite lower surface. The plate is positioned adjacent to the upper surface and has a plurality of projections that extend into indentations in the ...


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Eric S Schindler, Daniel W Peter: Article of footwear having a sole structure with a fluid-filled chamber. NIKE, Plumsea Law Group, October 21, 2014: US08863408 (2 worldwide citation)

An article of footwear may have a sole structure with a chamber, a plate, and an outsole. The chamber encloses a fluid and has an upper surface and an opposite lower surface. The plate is positioned adjacent to the upper surface and has a plurality of projections that extend into indentations in the ...


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Brian D Baker, Thomas G Bell, Daniel W Peter, Blake Rhulen, Morgan Stauffer: Article of footwear with a ball contacting member. NIKE, Plumsea Law Group, April 21, 2015: US09009992 (2 worldwide citation)

An article of footwear with a ball contacting member is disclosed. The ball contacting member enhances the ability of a wearer to kick a ball with a low trajectory. The ball contacting member can be attached to the article of footwear in various different ways.


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Brian D Baker, Alexandre Baudouin, Thomas G Bell, Daniel W Peter: Cleat assembly. Nike, Plumsea Law Group, February 5, 2013: US08365442 (2 worldwide citation)

A cleat for use with an article of footwear is disclosed. The cleat includes a projection, a curved portion with a beveled edge, and a lever arm. A centipede cleat assembly can be formed from a plurality of cleats. The centipede cleat assembly attaches to an outsole of an article of footwear.