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Gatti Joseph: Football boots. November 28, 1972: US3703775 (145 worldwide citation)

A football boot, the upper of which is provided with an outer shield which covers the instep of the wearer, each side edge of the shield being provided with a plurality of lace holes, preferably there being stitched or otherwise secured to each side of the upper a flap which is provided with a plura ...


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Heino Arff: Cleat for sports shoes. ITW Ateco, Thomas W Buckman, Jack R Halvorsen, January 8, 1985: US04492047 (63 worldwide citation)

A cleat for sports shoes, especially football boots, comprising a socket situated in the outsole, a cleat body, a fastening attachment via which the cleat body is detachably connectible to the socket, and a supporting surface formed integrally with the cleat body thereat said supporting surface comi ...


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Gatti Joseph: Improvements in and relating to football boots. Gatti Joseph, October 25, 1972: GB1293925-A (30 worldwide citation)

1293925 Boots &c J GATTI 23 Jan 1970 [8 April 1969] 17813/69 Heading A3B The upper of a football boot is provided with an outer shield which covers the instep of the wearer. In a first embodiment (Figs. 1. 3) the outer facing 2 of the shield is integral with the vamp 3 of the upper and the shield is ...


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Dassler Adolf: Exchangeable gripper element. October 14, 1975: US3911600 (21 worldwide citation)

Exchangeable gripper element for sports shoes, especially studs for football boots, with a threaded extension which can be inserted in an orifice of the outsole of the sports shoe, the threaded extension having a steep thread, in the form of one or more helical ribs or grooves, on its otherwise cyli ...


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Ours Rosette: Process for manufacturing sports shoes and shoes so manufactured.. Ours Rosette, October 15, 1980: EP0016891-A1 (14 worldwide citation)

a) Method for manufacturing a sports shoe and shoe manufactured in this way using a pump made from leather or another suitable material and intended to form a lining. b) According to the present method, the following is performed on this pump: - the duplicate moulding of a layer (11) of plastic mate ...


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Improved football boot. Dassler Adolf, September 29, 1965: GB1006180-A (9 worldwide citation)

1,006,180. Football boots. A. DASSLER. Sept. 1, 1964 [April 22, 1964], No. 35755/64. Heading A3B. A football boot has a built-in counter stiffener which extends for a greater distance on the outside of the boot than on the inside of the boot. The stiffener extends for a very short distance only on t ...


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Improvements in or relating to football boots. James Howarth Sunderland, April 23, 1934: GB409010-A (9 worldwide citation)

409,010. Football boots. SUNDERLAND, J. H., 4, King Street, Longton, Stokeon-Trent. Oct. 22, 1932, No. 29536. [Class 17 (ii).] A football boot is provided with an outer sheath to cover the toecap and extending over the instep, made of rubber or rubber composition and having raised ribs c or studs d. ...


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Epple Franz: Semelle pour chaussure de sport, notamment pour chaussure de football. Uhl Sportartikel Karl, December 2, 1983: FR2527428-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

A sole for sports shoes, in particular football boots, consists of a composite construction of a number of plastic materials of different hardnesses, individual material parts of greater hardness serving for fastening grip elements being embedded in a basic material of lower hardness and there being ...


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Hermstedt Eckhard Dr: Sports shoe.. Hermstedt Eckhard, March 21, 1990: EP0359081-A2 (7 worldwide citation)

In sports shoes, in particular football boots, the problem exists for players of striking the ball in such a manner that the impulse exerted on it is in the direction of the centre of gravity. In football boots which follow the anatomy of the human foot, there is only contact in the form of a point ...


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Stud for football boot or the like. Roulot Maurice, Crossouard Jean Pierre, Figureau Michel, Lhomeau Eric, October 5, 1990: FR2644989-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to studs 1 for the sole of a sports boot. The stud 1 is characterised essentially in that it includes a trapezoidal head 2, means 3 for fastening the head to the sole, via the large base 5 of the head, an element 6 for reinforcing the head including two parts 7, 8, a fi ...