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Rudolf Hieblinger: Shoe with central closure. Tretorn, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, January 17, 1995: US05381609 (69 worldwide citation)

A shoe of the type having a sole and an upper formed of nonrigid materials attached to the sole, and with a central closure mechanism that is coupled with at least one elongated flexible tightening element by which a vamp of the upper can be tightened and loosened via increasing and decreasing an ef ...


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Rudolf Hieblinger: Shoe with a heel-mounted central rotary closure. Puma, David S Safran, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, April 30, 1996: US05511325 (67 worldwide citation)

A shoe having a central rotary closure arranged on the heel of the upper in the area above the location at which the heel bone is received and having at least one tightening element which has a tightening section running from the central rotary closure towards each side of the shoe. The tightening s ...


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Rudolf Hieblinger: Athletic shoe, especially soccer shoe. Puma Rudolf Dassler Sport, David S Safran, Nixon Peabody, November 28, 2000: US06151804 (64 worldwide citation)

A sports shoe, in particular a soccer shoe, with an upper (1) comprising an instep region (8), with a sole (2) connected to the upper and with tension strips (3, 4, 5) for stiffening. The sole is stiffened by a front tension strip (3) connecting the front end (6) of the sole to the upper (1) and by ...


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Adolf Staufer, Rudolf Hieblinger: Cross-country ski binding. Fischer Gesellschaft m b H, Fleit & Jacobson, April 10, 1979: US04148502 (6 worldwide citation)

A cross-country ski binding comprises a toe iron which has two side portions, which extend substantially at right angles to the tread and engage at least one portion which projects from the sole of the skiing boot in front of its toe portion. A clamping member serving to retain the projecting portio ...



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