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Robert Probstl, Robert Reiter, Karl Vogelmann: Mocassin-type shoe. Messrs Sioux Schuhfabriken Peter Sapper, February 17, 1976: US03938265 (4 worldwide citation)

A shoe of mocassin-type wherein the border region of the vamp apron is rolled over the edge of the upper, the vamp apron and the upper being stitched together by a seam having two substantially parallel rows of holes in the border region of the vamp apron and a row of holes which in the finished sho ...


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Improvements in or relating to articles of footwear. July 18, 1969: FR1574691-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,212,063. Boots &c. H. E. ROSEN. 9 Jan., 1968 [26 Jan., 1967], No. 1269/68. Heading A3B. A shoe has at least one longitudinally extending side margin of the upper free of fixed stationary connection to the sole, the margin being connected to the sole by elastic means so that the width of the shoe c ...


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Mocassin-type shoe. Sapper Sioux Schuhfab, November 17, 1976: GB1455977-A (1 worldwide citation)

1455977 Mocassins SIOUX SCHUHFABRIKEN PETER SAPPER 11 March 1975 [14 March 1974] 10166/75 Heading A3B [Also in Division D1] A mocassin having an upper 1 Fig. 4, with its top edge 4 embraced by the folded rim 11 of a vamp 6 extending over the front foot portion, the rim of the vamp having parallel ro ...


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Rosen Henri Elliott: Improvements in or relating to articles of footwear. Rosen Henri Elliott, November 11, 1970: GB1212063-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,212,063. Boots &c. H. E. ROSEN. 9 Jan., 1968 [26 Jan., 1967], No. 1269/68. Heading A3B. A shoe has at least one longitudinally extending side margin of the upper free of fixed stationary connection to the sole, the margin being connected to the sole by elastic means so that the width of the shoe c ...


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Fielding Ronald: Improvements in or relating to shoes and methods of manufacturing shoes. Newman S Footwear, September 11, 1963: GB936443-A

936,443. Mocassiris. NEWMAN'S FOOTWEAR Ltd. July 11, 1962 [May 3, 1962], No. 16962/62. Classes 17 (2) and 112. In a mocassin type shoe the apron is attached to the upper by a first row of stitching concealed in a fold formed in the apron by a second row of stitching. The apron 10 is stitched to the ...