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Kenneth T Effler, Douglas H Miner: Baseball shoe with improved outsole. Nike, Banner Birch McKie & Beckett, May 26, 1987: US04667425 (56 worldwide citation)

A baseball shoe is disclosed, which is comprised of an upper and a cleated sole attached to the upper. The cleated sole is formed of a single integral piece of plastic which includes a base extending through the toe, ball, arch and heel sections of the shoe. A pluality of first and second cleats ext ...


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Andrew M Sneeringer: Baseball shoe. C Hercus Just, February 16, 1982: US04315374 (39 worldwide citation)

A baseball shoe comprised of an upper shoe body, a unitary molded sole and heel affixed to the bottom of said body, metal blade-like spikes projecting from said sole in triangular pattern, and a cluster of blunt plug-like cleats molded integrally with said heel and adapted to be relatively noninjuri ...


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Robert J Gesso: Shock absorbing liner for baseball shoe. Goldstein & Canino, January 9, 2001: US06170174 (11 worldwide citation)

A shock absorbing liner to be attached to the interior of a baseball shoe to help protect the toes and upper portion of wearer's foot from injury that can occur during baseball batting. The shock absorbing liner includes a plurality of rigid protective shell members constructed of a hard plasti ...


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Mitsuhiro Yamaguchi: Baseball shoe. Morito, Trexler Bushnell Giangiorgi & Blackstone, June 23, 1987: US04674207 (11 worldwide citation)

A baseball shoe comprising spikes (S) with ceramic teeth (t) embedded in resin flanges (f), a resin sole body (A) having the spikes (S) embedded therein, and an upper shoe portion. Each tooth (t) includes a tooth body (3) and a seat plate portion (5) connected thereto. Each flange (f) includes an em ...


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Leonard G Funderburk: Baseball shoe sole. December 4, 1990: US04974347 (3 worldwide citation)

A general purpose baseball shoe sole with significant advantages for a baseball pitcher, whether he be in Little League or the professional ranks. The sole can be molded from a resilient material with tread members creating a longitudinal vallecular area or cleatless with an unobstructed channel in ...


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Joseph Howley, Morgan Stauffer: Reinforcing shank arrangement for footwear sole structure. NIKE, Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn, Matthew H Szalach, Jonathan P O Brien, June 13, 2017: US09675133 (2 worldwide citation)

An article of footwear may include an upper configured to receive a foot and a sole component fixedly attached to a bottom portion of the upper. The sole component may include a baseplate having a bottom surface. The sole component may also include an arrangement of ground engaging members extending ...


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Robert M Bruce, Eun Kyung Lee, Craig K Sills: Last system for braiding footwear. NIKE, Shook Hardy and Bacon, December 12, 2017: US09839253

An article of footwear can include a braided upper. The structure of the braided upper may be manufactured using an article forming member and a braiding apparatus. The article forming member includes a body portion substantially similar to a last for shoemaking, as well as a flange portion that ext ...


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Michael R Adair, Timothy W Markison: Baseball shoe with cleat pattern for pitching. ATHALONZ, Garlick & Markison, Timothy W Markison, January 17, 2017: US09545129

A baseball shoe includes an upper section and a sole section. The sole section includes a sole and a plurality of cleats. The sole includes a cleat pattern section and a no-cleat section, wherein the no-cleat section is positioned at a mid toe section of the sole. The cleats are attached to the sole ...


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Michael R Adair, Timothy W Markison: Athletic shoe with athletic positioning pattern. Athalonz, Garlick & Markison, Timothy W Markison, March 29, 2016: US09295300

A baseball shoe includes an upper section coupled to a sole section. The sole section includes a sole, a plurality of cleats, and a pitching rubber engaging mechanism. The cleats are coupled to the sole and the pitching rubber engaging mechanism is associated with the sole. When a pitcher wears the ...


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