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Ing Chung Huang: Air cushion shoe sole. Holman & Stern, June 9, 1987: US04670995 (217 worldwide citation)

An air cushion shoe sole which is preferably blow molded of elastomeric material and has at least one cavity which in cross-section is substantially rectilinear. The cavity has a number of depressions and each cavity has an air valve for introducing a shock absorbing material, namely gas, liquid, or ...


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Ing Chung Huang: Removable pressure-adjustable shock-absorbing cushion device with an inflation pump for sports goods. Kirschstein Ottinger Israel & Schiffmiller, April 3, 1990: US04912861 (162 worldwide citation)

A removable, pressure-adjustable, shock-absorbing cushion device for sports goods, comprising a cover and an air cushion enveloped in the cover. The cushion is a hollow flat bag having upper and lower sheets adhered to each other at round recesses or linear recesses, either alone or in combination. ...


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Ing Chung Huang: Air cushion shoe sole. Holman & Stern, February 2, 1988: US04722131 (137 worldwide citation)

An air cushion shoe sole which is preferably blow molded of elastomeric material and has at least one cavity which in cross-section is substantially rectilinear. The cavity has a number of depressions and each cavity has an air valve for introducing a shock absorbing material, namely gas, liquid, or ...


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Ing Chung Huang: Air cushion grip with a cubic supporting structure and shock-absorbing function. Bacon & Thomas, March 16, 1993: US05193246 (119 worldwide citation)

An air cushion grip with a cubic structure and shock-absorbing function to be fixed around the handle of a tennis racket, a hammer, a bicycle or the like, and comprising an outer flat layer and a bottom layer provided with a plurality of round and/or straight grooves, the vertical walls of which for ...


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Ing Chung Huang: Air cushion grip with a cubic supporting structure and shock-absorbing function. Bacon & Thomas, October 18, 1994: US05355552 (98 worldwide citation)

An air cushion grip with a cubic structure and shock-absorbing function for fixing around the handle of a tennis racket, a hammer, a bicycle or the like, and comprising an outer flat layer and a bottom layer provided with a plurality of round and/or straight grooves, the vertical walls of which form ...


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Ing Chung Huang: Protective air cushion gloves. Bacon & Thomas, May 23, 2000: US06065150 (79 worldwide citation)

Protective air cushion gloves include hollow 3D straight air cushions for finger backs and a hand back disposed in regular rows inside the glove. Each straight air cushion has sections connected with extensible tubes and inflated with inner pressure to permit the glove to have good flexibility and a ...


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Ing Chung Huang: Self-inflatable air cushion. Bacon & Thomas PLLC, August 17, 1999: US05937462 (75 worldwide citation)

A self-inflatable air cushion which includes a support chamber mounted in a sole of a shoe and holding a fluid, a collapsible plenum chamber surrounded by the support chamber and partially protruding over the top of the sole and having a top air hole, passage means connected between the support cham ...


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Ing Chung Huang: Shock-absorbing cushion. Jacobson Price Holman & Stern PLLC, November 3, 1998: US05830553 (67 worldwide citation)

A shock-absorbing cushion comprising two sheets peripherally sealed and a plurality of half-through holes and/or grooves whose circumferential walls constitute a cubic supporting structure shock-absorbing cushion has a hollow interior possible to be filled with air, gas, liquid or semi solid to chan ...


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Ing Chung Huang: Method of manufacturing an air cushion. Bacon & Thomas, July 20, 1999: US05925306 (63 worldwide citation)

An air cushion having smooth exterior surfaces is produced by extruding a material film defined by upper and lower surfaces secured together by a plurality of spaced ribs. The film is clamped between a shaping mold and a needle having a plurality of air holes corresponding to cells defined by the ri ...


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Ing Chung Huang: Shock-absorbing units interconnectable to form shock-absorbing structures. Jacobson Price Holman & Stern, August 24, 1993: US05238231 (60 worldwide citation)

A mono-air-cell body made of a flexible elastic material and having a hollow interior and no less than one connecting tube for connecting different mono-air-cell bodies together one after another, for making up a shock-absorbing cushion. Each mono-air-cell body can have any shape in its top plan vie ...



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