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Craig A Franklin, Rui M Parracho, Lloyd S Smith, Richard P Bunch, Jack A Boys II, Alexander L Gross, Robert W Pagluiso: Shoe with internal dynamic rocker element. Converse, Bromberg Sunstein & Casselman, January 3, 1989: US04794707 (95 worldwide citation)

A shoe for casual or athletic footwear which provides support cushioning and walking comfort due to the presence of an internal dynamic rocker element disposed in a forefoot area of the midsole.


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John J O Rourke, Richard P Bunch: Athletic shoe with Y support. Converse, Bromberg Sunstein & Casselman, August 30, 1988: US04766681 (95 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe employs a pair of spring structures in such a way that an arm of a Y-shaped spring on one side of the ankle fastens under tension to a corresponding arm of a spring on the other side of the ankle. The springs are preferably of sheet material conforming to and affixed to the upper. T ...


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Jack A Boys II, Richard P Bunch, Alexander L Gross, Robert W Pagluiso, Rui M Parracho, Lloyd S Smith: Casual shoe. November 15, 1988: US04783910 (90 worldwide citation)

A shoe includes a midsole with an anti-G-force heel capsule that nests in a corresponding aperture in the heel. The heel capsule interacts with an anti-torsion member, the rearmost portion of which lies proximate to the heel plug, and with an energy-efficient forefoot midsole section, thus providing ...


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Richard P Bunch, Lloyd S Smith: Shoe upper with lateral fastening arrangement. Converse, Bromberg Sunstein & McGregor, October 14, 1986: US04616432 (79 worldwide citation)

A shoe has an upper having a lateral lacing system and a band structure over the central longitudinal axis of the foot, so that the foot is retained conformally and the shoe fastening system is located over relatively planar regions of the wearer's foot. The upper has a slot disposed along a path co ...


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Rui M Parracho, Lloyd S Smith, Richard P Bunch, Alexander L Gross: Athletic shoe with external counter and cushion assembly. Converse, Bromberg Sunstein & Casselman, March 22, 1988: US04731939 (74 worldwide citation)

In an athletic shoe, an external counter and cushion assembly includes a substantially rigid external counter extending medially to approximately the front flex line, and a rearfoot cushion member is mounted within the rigid counter. This assembly mounts externally to the heel and counter region of ...


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John J O Rourke, Richard P Bunch: Athletic shoe with Y support. Converse, Bromberg Sunstein & Casselman, June 30, 1987: US04676011 (65 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe employs a pair of spring structures in such a way that an arm of a Y-shaped spring on one side of the ankle fastens under tension to a corresponding arm of a spring on the other side of the ankle. The springs are preferably of sheet material conforming to and affixed to the upper. T ...


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Richard P Bunch, Frederick D Simmons, Edward M Alderman: Microtitre plate with a relieved perimeter. Caliper Life Sciences, Cardinal Law Group, May 5, 2009: US07527769 (39 worldwide citation)

A microtitre plate having a relieved perimeter includes a plate defining a plurality of wells and the perimeter of the plate is horizontally relieved. Alternatively, a microtitre plate may include a base and a holding section extending from the base. The holding section defines a plurality of wells ...


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Richard P Bunch, Steven S Chapman, Theodore S Gross: Athletic shoe with control struts. Converse, Bromberg & Sunstein, February 5, 1991: US04989350 (38 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe having sheet springs being rigidly fixed below a portion of the springs corresponding to the wearers ankle. The springs being unaffixed to the upper above a wearers ankle allowing the upper portion of the spring to stand free of the side of the shoe.


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Rui M Parracho, Lloyd S Smith, Richard P Bunch, Alexander L Gross: Athletic shoe with external counter and cushion assembly. Converse, Bromberg Sunstein & McGregor, January 27, 1987: US04638576 (32 worldwide citation)

In an athletic shoe, an external counter and cushion assembly includes a substantially rigid external counter extending medially to approximately the front flex line, and a rearfoot cushion member is mounted within the rigid counter. This assembly mounts externally to the heel and counter region of ...


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Richard P Bunch: Shoe with cradle arch support. Converse, Bromberg & Sunstein, May 22, 1990: US04926569 (14 worldwide citation)

A shoe including an arch support device that operates under tension to cradle the foot and lift the arch. In a preferred embodiment, the arch support arrangement includes an elastic strap attached on one end to the lateral portion of the top surface of the sole and on the other end to the upper by m ...