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Erik O Giese, Roger J Brown: Athletic shoe. Converse, January 4, 1983: US04366634 (148 worldwide citation)

An improved athletic shoe having an injection-molded intermediate portion bonding a fabric upper portion and a rubber outsole portion, for improved fit and comfort, and decreased injury-causing fatigue, particularly adapted for use in the playing court-type sports such as basketball is disclosed. Th ...


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Erik O Giese, Alexander L Gross: Athletic shoe construction. Comfort Products, Pennie & Edmonds, February 23, 1982: US04316335 (137 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe which has a light-weight and readily flexible sole construction including shock absorbing portions in the heel and forefoot areas of the sole having different shock absorbing porperties with the shock absorbing portion in the heel area having a shock absorbing property greater than ...


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Erik O Giese, Roger J Brown: Multi-density shoe sole. Comfort Products, Pennie & Edmonds, June 25, 1991: US05025573 (123 worldwide citation)

A composite shoe bottom is disclosed comprising a lower layer of firm material and an upper softer layer superposed thereon. Each layer has an upper contoured surface such that the total compressibility of the shoe bottom, as determined by the relative thicknesses of the layers, is predetermined and ...


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Erik O Giese, Alexander L Gross: Athletic shoe construction having shock absorbing elements. Comfort Products, Pennie & Edmonds, February 23, 1982: US04316332 (107 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe construction having shock absorbing elements in the heel and forefoot areas of the sole portion of the shoe which elements are surrounded on their sides by comparatively hard rim portions of a sole shell or mid-sole.


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Erik O Giese, Roger J Brown: Multi-density shoe sole. Comfort Products, Pennie & Edmonds, November 12, 1996: US05572805 (78 worldwide citation)

A composite shoe bottom is disclosed comprising a lower layer of firm material and an upper softer layer superposed thereon. Each layer has an upper contoured surface such that the total compressibility of the shoe bottom, as determined by the relative thicknesses of the layers, is predetermined and ...


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Erik O Giese, Roger J Brown: Slip-resistant sole. The Stride Rite Corporation, October 18, 1988: US04777738 (67 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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Alexander Louis Gross, Erik O Giese: Insulated glove construction. Comfort Products, Pennie & Edmonds, May 3, 1977: US04021640 (41 worldwide citation)

An insulated glove construction having a strip of mesh-like insulation material extending over the front, back and tip portions of each of the fingers and of the thumb of the glove and positioned between outer and inner linings making up the glove body. Heating means may be provided to warm the tips ...


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Erik O Giese: Heated inner sole and battery case for use in boot construction. Pennie & Edmonds, March 23, 1976: US03946193 (26 worldwide citation)

A heated inner sole for use in a boot where the inner sole comprises a cellular plastic material overlaid by a fabric material having heating elements therebetween. The opposite side of the cellular material has a pressure sensitive adhesive thereon by which the inner sole may be affixed to the insi ...


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Erik O Giese, Dixie L Rinehart, Alexander L Gross: Ski boot having a corrugated front portion. Comfort Products, Pennie & Edmonds, August 4, 1981: US04281468 (24 worldwide citation)

A ski boot having a stiff outer shell and a soft inner boot within the shell. A front part of the ski boot has a stiff corrugated front portion adapted to overlap the top and forward portion of the lower leg of the wearer and which allows the wearer to bend the lower leg in the forward direction to ...


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Erik O Giese, Roger J Brown: Composite shoe construction. Comfort Products, Pennie & Edmonds, November 19, 1996: US05575089 (19 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a composite shoe bottom that has a lower shaped support layer with a lower surface and an increased height around the periphery of the heel area and an irregular contoured upper stabilizing surface for the wearer's foot; a shoe upper superimposed upon the upper surface ...



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