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Thomas J Lochtefeld, Charles E Sauerbier: Boat activated wave generator. Light Wave, Dickinson Wright PLLC, January 19, 1999: US05860766 (80 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a boat activated wave generating device for use in a body of water. The wave generating device preferably has wave forming sections that help to create wave shapes and wake formations upon which surfing and/or other skimming maneuvers can be performed. The wave forming secti ...


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John S D Luzansky, Anthony L Panzica, Steven B Ruble, Herman A Smith: Foam product for recreational products. Foam Design Consumer Products, Beehler & Pavitt, January 4, 1994: US05275860 (36 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to surf boards and bodyboards and the like used for water sports and wherein the board includes a core foam which is a closed pore or closed cell foam to which is directly bonded an upper and lower skin. To achieve a substantially high integrity bond, an intermediate la ...


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Robert E Montgomery: High performance motorized water ski. Lynn & Lynn, December 10, 1996: US05582529 (29 worldwide citation)

A high speed motorized water ski (10) has a hull (16) having a bow (18), a stern (20) and a deck (22) sized for accommodating a standing rider (12). A jet pump (100) is mounted in the stern (18) for discharging a propelling stream of water outwardly from the stern (18) in a direction generally paral ...


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Jon Anthony Glydon, Charles E Flathers Jr, Rita F Kerr: Sports board and method of making. Earth & Ocean Sports, Richard P Crowley, August 19, 1997: US05658179 (27 worldwide citation)

A sports board, particularly a body board, for surfing purposes, which board is a preformed, preshaped foam board composed of closed-cell foam material, with an inner core of low density foam material and an outer core of foam material of greater density than the inner core. The board has a top and ...


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Herbert E Fletcher: Snowboard padding. Herbert E Fletcher, Loeb and Loeb, April 2, 1996: US05503900 (26 worldwide citation)

Padding for use with snowboard bindings that alleviate or reduce slippage of the boot when the boot is in the bindings. The padding comprises a structure 10 further comprising a first member 20 having a top side 12 and a bottom side 14 and a second member 22 having a top side 12 and a bottom side 14 ...


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James Richardson, Michael A Zeh: Water sports board. Seth M Reiss, February 6, 1996: US05489228 (26 worldwide citation)

An improved water sports board having a low density high strength elongated core surrounded by a contoured exterior layer formed of soft resilient non-permeable material. The elongated core, substantially rectangular in plan shape and cross-section, tapering forward and aft, and constructed of low d ...


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Robert W Foulke: Non-slip design pad for surfboard and method. Q P I Consumer Products Corporation, Richard P Crowley, May 3, 1994: US05308271 (26 worldwide citation)

A non-slip foam design pad apparatus and method in which a design pad is adapted in a stretched condition for use on a surface, such as a surfboard, to provide a non-slip surface and to provide a selected design pattern on the surfboard. The design pad apparatus comprises a thin sheet of flexible fo ...


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Stephen S Rewald, Shane E Johnston: Enhanced customizable surfboards with adjustable fins and methods for making the same. Eric K Satermo, May 14, 2002: US06386933 (24 worldwide citation)

A surfboard includes a body, a fin, a chamber disposed in the body, and a fastener. The fin is receivable in the chamber and projects from the body at a cant when received in the chamber. The chamber and the fastener may be components of a fin box disposed on the body of the surfboard. The chamber i ...


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Barry Allan Jolly, Mark Sydney Palmer: Fin assembly. Pat Tech, Colin P Abrahams, October 31, 2000: US06139383 (24 worldwide citation)

A fin assembly [10] is provided for detachably removing a fin [12] in a surfboard [13]. The fin [12] has a mounting base [26] and spigots [22 and 23] projecting from front and rear positions on the base [26]. A socket mounting [11] defining at least complementary front and rear sockets [15 and 16] f ...


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Shawn M Austin: Motorized surfboard device. June 25, 2002: US06409560 (23 worldwide citation)

A motorized surfboard device for propelling a surfboard having a user thereon through water. The motorized surfboard device includes a panel having a front edge, a back edge, a pair of side edges, a bottom surface and a top surface. The panel comprises a buoyant material such that the panel floats i ...



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