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Christopher J Pawlus, Alex Dardinski, David L Vattes, Douglas E Clark, Lee Schuttee, John A Healy: Modular shoe. The Timberland Company, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, March 14, 2006: US07010872 (51 worldwide citation)

A modular shoe separates into components. The components may be interchangeable to provide versatility without requiring a large number of single use shoes. Each shoe component may also be collapsible to provide for convenient packing in a travel bag or other location where space is limited.


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Wolfgang Scholz: Modular shoe. adidas International Marketing, Goodwin Procter, August 5, 2008: US07406781 (45 worldwide citation)

A modular shoe includes an upper with an upper side and a lower side, a chassis releasably arranged in an interior of the upper, and a plurality of studs. Each stud is releasably attached to the chassis through the lower side of the upper. The lower side of the upper is clamped between the chassis a ...


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Richard B Kline, Chris Serslev, Vijay S Malik: Shoe rack. Lynk, Kokjer Kircher Bowman & Johnson, December 22, 1992: US05172816 (40 worldwide citation)

A modular shoe rack consisting of a pair of rods extending between, and supported by, a pair of side frames. The side frames are generally rectangular in configuration and are identical in construction. Each side frame includes a groove arrangement in the bottom and a mating tongue arrangement at th ...


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Ravreby Fred A: Modular shoe rack. Millen Raptes & White, January 29, 1974: US3788241 (30 worldwide citation)

A modular storage unit capable of being assembled into a wide variety of configurations without the use of tools or adhesives. Each individual module is formed of two identical opposing side panels and a central shelf section. The side panels are joined at the rear and open in front, thereby definin ...


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Pawlus Christopher J, Dardinski Alex, Vattes David L, Clark Douglas E, Schuttee Lee, Healy John A: Modular shoe. The Timberland Company, Pawlus Christopher J, Dardinski Alex, Vattes David L, Clark Douglas E, Schuttee Lee, Healy John A, GOSZ William G, December 2, 2004: WO/2004/103105 (21 worldwide citation)

A modular shoe separates into components. The components may be interchangeable to provide versatility without requiring a large number of single use shoes. Each shoe component may also be collapsible to provide for convenient packing in a travel bag or other location where space is limited.


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Mark Klein: Modular shoe system. Skins Footwear, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, May 22, 2012: US08181363 (19 worldwide citation)

A modular shoe is provided by a two part shoe design. A first part is an internal support structure that includes a midsole portion and a heel counter. A second part is a removable cover that is configured to accept a specific size internal support structure to provide internal support to the soft m ...


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Mark Klein: Modular shoe system. Skins Footwear, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, February 6, 2007: US07171768 (16 worldwide citation)

A modular shoe system having interchangeable uppers and outsoles, comprising an internal support structure, a plurality of interchangeable first removable covers and a plurality of interchangeable second removable covers. The internal support structure includes a midsole, a heel counter and a toe bo ...


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Christopher J Pawlus, Alex Dardinski, David L Vattes, Douglas E Clark, Lee Schuttee, John Healy: Modular shoe. The Timberland Company, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, August 25, 2009: US07578076 (14 worldwide citation)

A modular shoe separates into components. The components may be interchangeable to provide versatility without requiring a large number of single use shoes. Each shoe component may also be collapsible to provide for convenient packing in a travel bag or other location where space is limited.


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Wolfgang Scholz: Modular shoe. adidas International Marketing, Goodwin Procter, June 8, 2010: US07730637 (8 worldwide citation)

A modular shoe includes an upper with an upper side and a lower side, a chassis releasably arranged in an interior of the upper, and a plurality of studs. Each stud is releasably attached to the chassis through the lower side of the upper. The lower side of the upper is clamped between the chassis a ...


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Christopher J Pawlus, Alexander Dardinski, David L Vattes, Douglas E Clark, Lee Schuttee, John Healy: Modular shoe. The Timberland Company, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, October 23, 2007: US07284344 (7 worldwide citation)

A modular shoe separates into components. The components may be interchangeable to provide versatility without requiring a large number of single use shoes. Each shoe component may also be collapsible to provide for convenient packing in a travel bag or other location where space is limited.