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Stephen M Pasternak: Navicular support tennis shoe. Chesebrough Pond s, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, June 9, 1987: US04670998 (116 worldwide citation)

A sports shoe, preferably for tennis includes a rigid stirrup member with a pair of first portions that extend downwardly and rearwardly, on opposite sides of the shoe, to the sole, and a second portion that extends around the back of the shoe and is connected between the first portions. The first p ...


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Pasternak Stephen M: Chaussure a support naviculaire pour le tennis, Navicular support tennis shoe. Pasternak Stephen M, Prince Manufacturing, BARRIGAR & MOSS, February 6, 1990: CA1265332

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A sports shoe, preferably for tennis includesa rigid stirrup member with a pair of first portions thatextend downwardly and rearwardly, on opposite sides ofthe shoe, to the sole, and a second portion that extendsaround the back of the shoe and is connected between thefirst ...



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