1
Michael Steszyn, Michel Lussier, John Acevedo, Sandro Romedi Nigg, Toren Phillip Ben Orzeck, Ryan Lane Wilday, Josh Robert Gordon: Shoe with tunable cushioning system. adidas International, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, October 26, 2004: US06807753 (46 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to cushioning systems for athletic shoes that can be adjusted by a wearer. The systems include one or more cushioning inserts having anisotropic properties and are lockable in place in the shoe sole. The systems may also include structural support elements that provide addi ...


2
Bruno Jean Antonelli, Wolfgang Scholz, Jürgen Weidl, Josh Robert Gordon, Jan Hill, Gerd Rainer Manz: Sole element for a shoe. adidas International Marketing, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, June 7, 2011: US07954259 (35 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a shoe having a sole element. The sole element includes a sole area extending below a wearer's foot and a heel cup three-dimensionally encompassing a heel of the wearer's foot. The heel cup alone forms at least a portion of a sidewall of the shoe.


3
Robert Leimer, Timothy Kelvin Robinson, Frank Ingo Michel, Gerd Rainer Manz, Josh Robert Gordon, Tom Allen, Martin Harnisch, Joerg Blinn: Actively ventilated shoe. adidas International Marketing, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, July 3, 2012: US08209882 (12 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an article of footwear, in particular a sports shoe, wherein the article of footwear includes a ventilation system with at least one active ventilation element arranged in a midfoot area of the article of footwear. Furthermore, the article of footwear includes at least one a ...


4
Josh Robert Gordon, Brady Campbell Anderson, Bobbie John Monahan, Trudy Anne Watson, Martina Stattelmann: Apparel. adidas, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, December 16, 2014: US08910313 (6 worldwide citation)

An aspect of the invention relates to a garment which comprises at least a first zone and a second zone. The first zone of the garment is arranged in the spine area and comprises a higher degree of air permeability than the second zone. The second zone of the garment is arranged below the breast are ...


5
Hans Peter Nuernberg, Josh Robert Gordon, Timothy David Lucas, Harald Geyer, Janneke van Oorschot, Andy Harland: Ball. adidas, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, September 10, 2013: US08529386 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an inflatable ball, in particular a soccer ball, having an outer shell comprising a plurality of panels, wherein the panels are interconnected by seams and each panel comprises at least one pseudo-seam extending over at least a part of the outer surface of the panel.


6
Josh Robert Gordon, Nina Maria Ludwig, Bobbie John Monahan, Brady Campbell Anderson: Pad for a garment, padded garment and method of manufacturing same. adidas, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, January 13, 2015: US08931119 (2 worldwide citation)

A pad for a garment includes a one piece structure comprising interconnected elements made from a compressible material. The elements are arranged such that, when the pad is in a non-deformed state, each element is spaced apart from adjacent elements by a void. The elements are interconnected such t ...


7
Bruno Jean Antonelli, Wolfgang Scholz, Jürgen Weidl, Josh Robert Gordon, Jan Hill, Gerd Rainer Manz: Sole element for a shoe. adidas International Marketing, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, October 15, 2013: US08555529 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a shoe having a sole element. The sole element includes a sole area extending below a wearer's foot and a heel cup three-dimensionally encompassing a heel of the wearer's foot. The heel cup alone forms at least a portion of a sidewall of the shoe.


8
Timothy David Lucas, Gerd Rainer Manz, Matthew Daniel Chandler, Paul Leonard Michael Smith, Josh Robert Gordon, Manfred Rippel, Robert Leimer, Jan Hill: Shoe having levered cushioning system. adidas International Marketing, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, March 19, 2013: US08397402 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a shoe, in particular a sports shoe, with a cushioning system comprising a lower sole element and an upper sole element. The cushioning system further comprises at least one lever having at least two arms where an angle α between the arms lies within the range 0°<α<1 ...


9

10