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Roland Jungkind, Reinhold Sussmann, Horst Widmann: Shoe sole, and shoe with such a sole. Puma Aktiengellschaft Rudolf Dassler Sport, David S Safran, Nixon Peabody, October 31, 2000: US06138385 (60 worldwide citation)

The aim of the invention is to design a sole (1), and a shoe with such a sole (1), so that the length of the sole (1) or of the upper attached to it can be easily adjusted, using adjustment means (11), to meet the needs of the wearer of the shoe. This is achieved by virtue of the act that a front th ...


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Reinhold Sussmann, Horst Widmann: Sole in the form of a midsole, inner sole or insertable sole for a shoe and a shoe with said sole. Puma Aktiengesellschaft Rudolf Dassler Sport, David S Safran, Nixon Peabody, March 23, 2004: US06708427 (35 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a sole, used as a throughsole, inner sole or insole for a shoe, e.g, a football boot with a flexible outsole. The sole ensures that when shooting on the volley in football or with similar loadings, the entire force can be transmitted to the ball or similar sports equipment by ...


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Peter Greiner, Hubert Pfluger, Horst Widmann: Gripping element for a sports shoe. Adidas Sportschuhfabriken Adi Dassler Stiftung & Co KG, December 15, 1987: US04712318 (22 worldwide citation)

A gripping element for a sports shoe comprises a body portion of plastic material and a ceramic insert which is embedded into the body portion and which provides the ground-engaging surface of the element. The ceramic insert is surrounded over a part of its length by a metal sleeve which is also emb ...


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Peter Greiner, Hubert Pfluger, Horst Widmann: Gripping studs for sports shoes. Adidas Sportschuhfabriken Adi Dassler Stiftung & Co KG, October 13, 1987: US04698924 (16 worldwide citation)

A gripping stud for sports shoes comprises a stud body and a ceramic insert connected to the stud body thereby to form the ground-engaging surface thereof. The stud body comprises a central metal portion and a base portion disposed therearound while the ceramic insert connected to the lower end of t ...


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Volker Hahn, Horst Widmann: Overhead sound attenuating cover for roadways and railways. Ed Zublin Aktiengesellschaft, Becker & Becker, January 5, 1982: US04308933 (3 worldwide citation)

An overhead sound attenuating cover arrangement comprising a support structure and cover elements operatively arranged on the support structure. The cover includes at least in part between individual cover elements spaces, whereby cover elements in the vicinity of such spaces are arranged in an over ...


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Horst Widmann: Anti noise barrier next to high speed sections. Zueblin, December 12, 2007: EP1865110-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

Elastomer parts have a spring constant/rate between 0.5 and 1.5 N/mm for each millimeter of elastomer part laid. A possible spring excursion/range of spring amounts to between 6 and 8 mm. Attached to surfaces of elastomer strips on a precast part by nails, screws, tacking clamps or adhesives, each e ...


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Reinhold Sussmann, Horst Widmann: Sole in the form of a midsole, inner sole or insertable sole for a shoe and a shoe wiht said sole. Nixon Peabody, August 22, 2002: US20020112379-A1

The invention concerns a sole (1) embodied as a throughsole, inner sole or insole for a shoe, in particular football boot, with a flexible outsole. The purpose of the invention is to ensure that for example when shooting on the volley in football or with similar loadings, the entire force can be tra ...


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Reinhold Sussmann, Horst Widmann: Sole in form of midsole, inner sole or insertable sole for shoe and shoe with said sole. Puma Rudolf Dassler Sport, sun zheng, December 4, 2002: CN01801642

The invention concerns a sole (1) embodied as a throughsole, inner sole or insole for a shoe, in particular football boot, with a flexible outsole. The purpose of the invention is to ensure that for example when shooting on the volley in football or with similar loadings, the entire force can be tra ...



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