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Stephen M Pasternak: Navicular support tennis shoe. Chesebrough Pond s, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, June 9, 1987: US04670998 (116 worldwide citation)

A sports shoe, preferably for tennis includes a rigid stirrup member with a pair of first portions that extend downwardly and rearwardly, on opposite sides of the shoe, to the sole, and a second portion that extends around the back of the shoe and is connected between the first portions. The first p ...


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Stephen M Pasternak: Shoe with form fitting sole. Prince Manufacturing, White & Case, August 22, 1989: US04858340 (70 worldwide citation)

A shoe, e.g. a sports shoe or a walking shoe, has an upper and a multi-layer sole including an elastic sock liner stitched to the upper, a deformable top sole, a midsole of elastic material, and a wear resistant outsole. The top sole is anatomically shaped and formed of a material possessing a high ...


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Stephen M Pasternak, Jamie Joe Zimmer: Footwear outsole including star shapes. Red Wing Shoe Company, Merchant & Gould P C, December 12, 2006: US07146752 (30 worldwide citation)

A footwear outsole includes a base portion defining a tread attachment surface, and a plurality of tread members. The tread members are coupled to the tread attachment surface and protrude away from the tread attachment surface to define a tread member height. Each tread member includes a plurality ...


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Stephen M Pasternak, Jamie Joe Zimmer: Footwear outsole including star shapes. Red Wing Shoe Company, Merchant & Gould P C, October 6, 2009: US07596889 (10 worldwide citation)

A footwear outsole includes a base portion defining a tread attachment surface, and a plurality of tread members. The tread members are coupled to the tread attachment surface and protrude away from the tread attachment surface to define a tread member height. Each tread member includes a plurality ...


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Stephen M Pasternak: Variable friction sole for bowling and other shoes. Alix Yale & Ristas, May 17, 2007: US20070107260-A1

The effective friction of a shoe is adjusted by changing the angle of a portion of the sole, relative to the shoe centerline. In one embodiment, the heel is effectively hinged and an adjustment device is spaced from the hinge axis, whereby the wearer can hold the shoe in one hand and manually adjust ...


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Thomas Seeman, Stephen M Pasternak: Variable surface sole for bowling and other shoes. Alix Yale & Ristas, May 17, 2007: US20070107268-A1

For virtually any kind of shoe, regions at the front and/or back of the heel and/or forsesole can be raised or lowered relative to the remainder of that bottom surface. In this manner, one or both of a friction or pronation adjustment can be made at the front, back, or lateral side of the foresole o ...


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Stephen M Pasternak, Jamie Joe Zimmer: Footwear outsole including star shapes. Red Wing Shoe Company, Merchant & Gould PC, February 22, 2007: US20070039206-A1

A footwear outsole includes a base portion defining a tread attachment surface, and a plurality of tread members. The tread members are coupled to the tread attachment surface and protrude away from the tread attachment surface to define a tread member height. Each tread member includes a plurality ...


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Stephen M Pasternak, Jamie Joe Zimmer: Footwear outsole including star shapes. Merchant & Gould PC, February 2, 2006: US20060021253-A1

A footwear outsole includes a base portion defining a tread attachment surface, and a plurality of tread members. The tread members are coupled to the tread attachment surface and protrude away from the tread attachment surface to define a tread member height. Each tread member includes a plurality ...



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