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Byron A Donzis: Protective garment. American Pneumatics Co, Murray Robinson, Ned L Conley, David A Rose, June 12, 1984: US04453271 (113 worldwide citation)

The protective garment of the present invention primarily for use as protective athletic equipment includes protective gear for the shoulders, ribs, biceps, forearms, thighs, knees and shins. The protective garment is generally composed of variable pressure pads, air cushions, and/or shields. The va ...


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Byron A Donzis: Variable pressure pad. American Pneumatics Co, Murray Robinson, Ned L Conley, David A Rose, February 1, 1983: US04370754 (108 worldwide citation)

The protective garment of the present invention primarily for use as protective athletic equipment includes protective gear for the shoulders, ribs, biceps, forearms, thighs, knees and shins. The protective garment is generally composed of variable pressure pads, air cushions, and/or shields. The va ...


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Robert M Lyden, Ross A McLaughlin, Henry T Chriss, Calvin M Buck IV, Daniel R Potter, Steven M Vincent: Chemical bonding of rubber to plastic in articles of footwear. Nike, Nike International, Banner & Witcoff, January 20, 1998: US05709954 (98 worldwide citation)

An article of footwear comprising relatively elastic and relatively inelastic materials chemically bonded together is disclosed. In one embodiment, the relatively elastic and relatively inelastic materials are arranged in such a fashion to impart flexibility to the article of footwear. In particular ...


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Robert M Lyden, Ross A McLaughlin, Henry T Chriss, Calvin M Buck IV, Daniel R Potter, Steven M Vincent: Chemical bonding of rubber to plastic in articles of footwear. Nike & Nike International, Banner & Witcoff, July 28, 1998: US05786057 (44 worldwide citation)

An article of footwear comprising relatively elastic and relatively inelastic materials chemically bonded together is disclosed. In one embodiment, the relatively elastic and relatively inelastic materials are arranged in such a fashion to impart flexibility to the article of footwear. In particular ...


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Leonard O Nipper, Donald E Ettinger: Protective athletic equipment. Cassemco, Barnes & Thornburg, February 5, 1991: US04989265 (43 worldwide citation)

An article of protective athletic equipment to be worn by a person includes padding in the form of a layer of closed cell, elastomeric foam having a regularly bi-directionally convoluted surface for confronting the person. An exemplary shoulder pad using such padding has a chest protector including ...


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Robert M Lyden, Ross A McLaughlin, Henry T Chriss, Calvin M Buck IV, Daniel R Potter, Steven M Vincent: Chemical bonding of rubber to plastic in articles of footwear. Nike and Nike International, Banner & Witcoff, May 25, 1999: US05906872 (43 worldwide citation)

An article of footwear comprising relatively elastic and relatively inelastic materials chemically bonded together is disclosed. In one embodiment, the relatively elastic and relatively inelastic materials are arranged in such a fashion to impart flexibility to the article of footwear. In particular ...


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Robert M Lyden, Ross A McLaughlin, Henry T Chriss, Calvin M Buck IV, Daniel R Potter, Steven M Vincent: Chemical bonding of rubber to plastic in articles of footwear. Nike, Nike International, Banner & Witcoff, December 1, 1998: US05843268 (40 worldwide citation)

An article of footwear comprising relatively elastic and relatively inelastic materials chemically bonded together is disclosed. In one embodiment, the relatively elastic and relatively inelastic materials are arranged in such a fashion to impart flexibility to the article of footwear. In particular ...


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David Morrow, Jesse Hubbard: Protective athletic equipment. Artz & Artz PC, January 11, 2005: US06839910 (14 worldwide citation)

A protective garment (10) is provided for cushioning blows imparted upon the wearer's body. Preferably, the protective garment (10) is an upper body protection garment (10) that is intended to cushion blows imparted upon the upper body of a user. The upper body protective garment (10) includes a che ...


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David Morrow, Matthew Winningham, Jesse Hubbard: Protective athletic equipment. Warrior Sports, Warner Norcross & Judd, September 21, 2010: US07797760 (12 worldwide citation)

A upper body protective garment for cushioning blows imparted upon the wearer's body includes a chest protector portion, a back protector portion, and a pair of telescopic shoulder protector portions. The protective garment includes a variety of different designs formed in the outer surface of the c ...


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David Morrow, Matthew Winningham, Jesse Hubbard: Protective athletic equipment with improved ventilation. Warrior Sports, Warner Norcross & Judd, February 10, 2009: US07487556 (10 worldwide citation)

A upper body protective garment for cushioning blows imparted upon the wearer's body includes a chest protector portion, a back protector portion, and a pair of telescopic shoulder protector portions. These protector portions preferably form a single integral unit. Each telescopic shoulder protector ...