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Pittoni Pierluigi: Floor surface for fencing competitions. Sava Soc Alluminio Veneto, March 21, 1984: GB2126106-A (168 worldwide citation)

A piste for fencing competitions is made up of a number of rectangular parts arranged side-by-side in alignment, and interconnected by snap-interengagement of latch (27) and socket (29) components formed on two profile sections (11, 12) extending along the contact sides of adjacent aligned parts, th ...


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Brennan J Olson, John F Swigart: Ventilated boot and in-line roller skate with the same. Rollerblade, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, December 15, 1992: US05171033 (127 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved in-line roller skate that cools and drys a skater's foot, provides increased performance, and increased comfort. The skate of the present invention includes a boot having a plurality of venting apertures selectively located therein so as to achieve an interchange of air betw ...


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Andrzej M Malewicz: Lightweight in-line roller skate, frame, and frame mounting system. Rollerblade, Moore & Hansen, March 3, 1992: US05092614 (126 worldwide citation)

An in-line roller skate having a frame including a pair of side rails, each side rail having front and rear mounting brackets for attachment of the frame to the boot of the in-line roller skate. Each frame side rail includes a curved portion and a planar portion. The planar portion carries a plurali ...


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David H Staelin, Jeffrey H Lang: Powered skateboard. EMPower Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, April 18, 2000: US06050357 (118 worldwide citation)

A powered skateboard including a foot support, multiple wheels mounted to the foot support, and a motor coupled to at least one of the wheels. The powered skateboard further includes an active control system having a sensor located on the skateboard and a controller. The controller receives electric ...


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Mark A Raines, Gregory A Deeney: Snowboard binding. Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, November 27, 1990: US04973073 (110 worldwide citation)

A step-in binding for snowboards secures a rider's foot such that it can only be manually released. Ridge-entrapping members on the snowboard define opposed pockets. The pockets receive oppositely extending longitudinal ridges that are a part of a boot or harness apparatus which attaches to the ride ...


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Jake B Carpenter, David Dodge: Snowboard boot binding system. Burton Corporation USA, Darby & Darby, November 16, 1993: US05261689 (109 worldwide citation)

A snowboard binding system having a binding plate, the bottom of which is supported on a snowboard. The plate includes a circular opening in its center which receives a disk shaped hold-down plate. The hold-down plate may be secured to the board in several different positions on the board with the b ...


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Chris V Kincheloe: Releasable snowboard binding. Glenn D Bellamy, July 30, 1991: US05035443 (108 worldwide citation)

A releasable foot binding for use in combination with a snowboard includes a socket component which is separably engageable with a foot-engaging component. The socket component is mounted on the snowboard and includes spaced-apart, upwardly-extending elongated side rails. Each side rail has an elong ...


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Brennan J Olson: In-line roller skate with frame. Rollerblade, Moore & Hansen, March 20, 1990: US04909523 (108 worldwide citation)

An in-line roller skate includes a new lightweight frame and brake of synthetic material and embodies structurally interacting components which cooperate to counter and absorb the strain and shock of road bumps and vibration encountered at high speeds by heavy riders and which have in the past requi ...


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Steven J Derrah: Soft boot binding for snow boards. Barlow & Barlow, December 25, 1990: US04979760 (101 worldwide citation)

A snowboard binding has a shoe base plate with side walls and is provided with a single restraining strap to which is attached an instep pad that has a sustantially rigid portion that normally extends from the toe area of a foot to the lower shinbone. The pad may be adjusted up and down and allows f ...


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Matt J Donovan: Quick-action adjustable snow boot binding mounting. John J Murphey, July 2, 1991: US05028068 (99 worldwide citation)

This invention is a device for pivotally mounting a snow boot binding on a snowboard on the upper surface of a snowboard, and by virture of a manually operated handle, allows the bindings to be changed in any direction desired and thereafter, with the flip of the handle, locked into the selected pos ...



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