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Kevin J Crowley: Athletic shoe with energy storing spring. Wilson Sporting Goods Co, November 21, 1989: US04881329 (119 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe includes a spring in the midsole of the shoe. The spring is generally oval-shaped and includes convex top and bottom walls and a laterally extending opening. The spring is molded from high tensile material such as graphite fibers and resin, kevlar fibers and resin, glass fibers and ...


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Kevin J Crowley, Craig F Fram, Sean B Murphy: Cushioning system for a shoe. Fila U, Fish & Richardson P C, September 15, 1998: US05806209 (90 worldwide citation)

A shoe cushioning system having a thin midsole, a first forefoot element, a second forefoot element and a heel element is described. The first forefoot element is connected to the midsole near the front of the forefoot region, the second forefoot element is connected to the midsole near the rear of ...


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Kevin J Crowley, Channing Souther: Outsole for athletic shoe. Converse, July 12, 1983: US04392312 (84 worldwide citation)

A molded outsole for an athletic shoe including molded, non-metallic studs or cleats includes a plurality of first substantially identical studs and a plurality of second substantially identical studs. The first studs have a shape characterized by three partially-overlapping frustoconical shapes, bl ...


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Kevin J Crowley: Footwear stabilizer. October 11, 1988: US04776111 (71 worldwide citation)

A footwear stabilizer for athletic shoes comprising a sole, an upper attached to the sole and having an opening, and a tongue to complete the opening. Exterior stabilizer means comprising a collar compliant about the ankle and stiff vertically, and a pair of stiffening elements attached to and pivot ...


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Rui M Parracho, Kevin J Crowley: Running shoe sole with heel tabs. Converse, Bromberg Sunstein & McGregor, September 6, 1983: US04402146 (49 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe is provided with means for increasing lateral stability of the heel area to increase ankle stability and reduce the possibility of ankle fatigue due to misalignment of the ankle joint and the possibility of promotion or supination injury. The heel peripheral area of a midsole or hee ...


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Kevin J Crowley: Outsole for athletic shoe. Converse, July 19, 1983: US04393604 (40 worldwide citation)

A molded outsole for an athletic shoe including molded, non-metallic studs or cleats includes a plurality of first substantially identical studs and a plurality of second substantially identical studs. The first studs have a shape characterized by three partially-overlapping frustoconical shapes, bl ...


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Kevin J Crowley: Protective shoelace cover. Fila U, Fish & Richardson P C, December 30, 1997: US05701688 (32 worldwide citation)

A shoelace cover having a translucent window is detachably secured to the upper of a shoe to display and protect the lacings. The shoelace cover comprises a generally triangular edge element, a translucent window composed of tubular elements and connected to the edge element, and fasteners attached ...


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Kevin J Crowley II, David E Miller, Tsui Hua Lin: Removable shoe coverings. The Timberland Company, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, September 30, 2008: US07428787 (11 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment a gaitor interface may be used to connect a gaitor to many different types of footwear. The gaitor interface provides a removable attachment between the gaitor and the shoe. One part of the gaitor interface comprises a track that can be mounted along the exterior of the shoe. The t ...


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Kevin J Crowley, Michael A Gaffin: Knock-down boat. Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, May 5, 1987: US04662297 (8 worldwide citation)

A boat capable of being assembled, disassembled and transported by one individual and without any tools or special equipment. The boat comprises a superstructure which is substantially of lightweight buoyant material such as foam board, and which includes a pair of ski-like hulls, a longitudinal mem ...


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Kevin J Crowley II, David M Nau, Marc R Loverin: Articles of footwear. Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn, December 18, 2012: US08333022 (6 worldwide citation)

A footbed promotes complimentary movement and proprioceptive feedback of a user's foot (e.g., to help an adult balance on an uneven surface) while wearing the article of footwear. The footbed includes a base and a plurality of pads. The base has a first side opposite a second side, each extending fr ...